Roll on Off Skips
With so many different skips to choose from, it can be difficult to figure out which skip is right for your needs. The Roll On Off Skip is made up of a large container that is used mainly by the construction industry to remove large volumes of waste from a particular area. On the whole the Roll On Off bins are much larger than standard skips so they are usually used on larger construction projects or building contracts where dry materials and in need of being disposed.
Obviously the large size of the Roll On Off Skips are the key benefit of the skip as large construction projects do create a lot of waste. The Roll On Off Skips are available in a variety of different sizes, which is usually between 20 and 40 cubic yards. The smaller Roll On Off Skips are suitable for heavy waste such as bricks, rubble and soil as well as other industrial inert materials. The other larger 40 cubic yard skips should not be filled with heavy waste as they may turn out to be too heavy to carry. Light bulk waste is most suitable for the skip including timber, glass and metal and the skips come with back opening doors to enable easy access to load up the skips.
For more information on all of our Roll On Roll Off Skips, along with the rest of our other skip hire, please contact our skip experts.
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