5 Top Tips for Choosing a Skip Hire Company

Posted on 28th March 2018

When the time comes to find a skip hire company, you will undoubtedly be looking for a company that you can depend upon to provide a professional service that meets your requirements. Here at AMA Waste Management, we have devised a list of top tips to ensure you make the right choice when you are searching for a skip hire company to assist you with your project.


When comparing skip hire companies, you should choose a team that have a proven track record. This will give you the assurance that they have the experience needed to handle your project efficiently and to a strict time frame.


To reduce the overall cost of your project, you should find a company that can provide you with the absolute best value for money.

Skip Size

The skip size you require will depend on your project. Whether you are carrying out extensive building maintenance London that requires an industrial-sized skip with a large capacity, or clearing shrubbery and other waste from your garden and are looking for a smaller skip, here at AMA Waste Management we have skips ranging from 2 to 40 cubic yards in size so you can be confident that we will have a skip to suit your requirements.

Hire Agreement

If you are unsure how long you may need your skip for, you should seek a company who can provide you with a flexible hire agreement.


To give you peace of mind, consider a company that comply with the latest UK government environmental guidelines. Here at AMA Waste Management, we are fully licensed and have a certificate of registration under the Control of Pollution Act 1989, giving you assurance that we can provide a safe and professional solution to your waste disposal needs.

Our professional team here at AMA Waste Management are certain that if you follow these tips when seeking a skip hire company, you will make us your first port of call. If you would like to learn more about the services we can provide, call us today on 0845 4638 437.

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