Latest information for Skip Hire in Sheffield.

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Curtis Power & Co Ltd

  • Carter Lane Farm
  • 5 Carterhall Lane
  • Sheffield, S12 3XD

Sovereign Steel Stock Holders

  • Hawthorne Farm
  • Stockarth Lane
  • Sheffield, S35 0JT

Bradwell Skip Services Ltd

  • Baker Street
  • Sheffield, S9 3WG

F & W Collins Waste Materials Ltd

  • 139 Upper Allen Street
  • Sheffield, S3 7GW

E & D Wright & Co Ltd

  • Regent Works
  • Burton Road
  • Sheffield, S3 8BX

Park Farming Ltd

  • Park Farm
  • Crowgate
  • Sheffield, S25 5AL

Mr Rubble Skip Hire Ltd

  • 71 Causeway Head Road
  • Dore
  • Sheffield, S17 3DX
Offering keen prices on a full range of skips. A local family company with a fleet of radio controlled trucks to provide a prompt and reliable service

J T Skip Hire

  • 286 Hollinsend Road
  • Sheffield, S12 2NR

Arthurs Skips

  • 302a Neepsend Lane
  • Sheffield, S3 8AW

B P Skip Hire

  • 38 Wood Lane
  • Sheffield, S6 5HE


  • 38 Wood Lane
  • Sheffield, S6 5HE

D C Skip Hire

  • Tinsley Park Road
  • Sheffield, S9 5DL

Killermarsh Skip Hire

  • New Street
  • Sheffield, S20 3GH

Dixons Skips

  • 37 Washford Road
  • Sheffield, S9 3XW

Skippy Skips

  • 50 Foxwood Road
  • Sheffield, S12 2FP

A Strafford

  • Earsham Street
  • Sheffield, S4 7LS

Trio Containers Ltd

  • Barrow Road
  • Sheffield, S9 1LB

H R Skip Hire

  • New Street
  • Sheffield, S20 3GH

M & M Skip Hire Ltd

  • Bakers Street
  • Sheffield, S9 3WG

R A Maw & Son

  • Lawrence Works
  • Sheffield Road
  • Sheffield, S36 6HF
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What is a Skip? Best approach to hire a skip?

Skips are large open-topped containers for loading onto a special type of lorry. Sometimes, one end of the skip is having a large door which is used for manual loading and unloading. These are generally durable and tough, which are made to resist aggressive use by builders and other tradesmen. Size-wise, such container can vary from 4.5 cubic meters to 18 cubic meters, and can withstand up to 10 tones’ worth of waste.

Skips are commonly used to take away construction or demolition waste at the construction sites, at factories producing scrap metal in large amount but also at domestic locations, for instance, during major refurbishments or DIY work. The waste is then taken to a landfill, recycled/recovered in one or the other way.