A Guide to Skip SizesOctober 16, 2013
Whatever job it is you’re about to start, you need to make sure you have the right size skip to accommodate for all the waste. There’s no point in having a 16 cubic yard skip sitting at the front of your house for 4 weeks for a small household job, like a minor bathroom refurbishment, that will only fill a mini skip and take 2 weeks to complete
That’s why Danjo’s Skip Hire have created this easy guide to skip sizes, so you know where to look next time you’ve got a project to do but aren’t sure on what size skip would be sufficient for the job.
Here’s a list of all the different skip sizes we cater for. They measure in cubic yards, which relates to the volume of waste they hold.
- Mini Skip
The mini skip equates to a 4 cubic yard skip and is ideal for small amounts of light domestic waste such as household or garden rubbish, and holds the equivalent to 22 black bins.
- 6 cubic yard skip
- 8 cubic yard skip
Commonly referred to as a ‘builders skip’, the 8 cubic yard skip is the most popular size, great for those small scale construction jobs, holding the equivalent to 60-80 bin bags.
- 10 cubic yard skip
Perfect for small building sites, house clearances and large domestic jobs such as kitchen and bathroom renovations, they hold the equivalent to 80-100 bin bags.
- 12 cubic yard skip
- 14 cubic yard skip
For any building, refurb or demolition projects the 14 cubic yard skip is the one you’ll need, holding between 120 and 140 bin bags, it’s one our largest skips.
- 16 cubic yard skip
Our largest container available, used for the disposal of heavy construction waste, factory waste and site clearances, holding between 140-160 bin bags.
To find out more information about our skip hire services, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us, either online or by calling the team on 020 3124 1697 today and one of our team members will be on hand to give you some friendly, honest advice.