Pathetic skip dilemma
Beg/borrow a couple of those tonne bulk bags, fill with the extra couple of cube’s and get the skip truck to take them at the same time.
(builders merchants may have a couple of old ones hanging around, our local tip generally have some lying around by the rubble skips)Posted 4 years ago
Need a skip, ordered a skip, decided on a 14 cubic yard one, paid for a 14 cubic yard one, realised too late that they’ve dropped off a 12, says 14 on the receipt (filled in by driver after delivery), it’s a weekend hire so by the time I can speak to them that’s my weekend over!
A bit naughty of them, or just Friday afternoon not paying attention, who knows?
It’s marginal if all my stuff will fit. So do I fill it anyway, and if it doesn’t see what they’re going to do to sort it? Or wait until Monday and get them to take it away and bring the correct one? If I can get all my stuff in this one I’ll obviously be happy with the price difference refunded. If it doesn’t, bollocks to paying for a second one.
What would STW do? 🙂Posted 4 years ago
Yes I appreciate the skip sizes but I’ve never seen any skip company other than for recycling metals/rimber etc using bigger than 8 or 9 yrd’s.Posted 4 years ago
Mainly because you get fellas like me filling them to the brim with all manner of shit and then they can’t be lifted by your average skip lorry.jameseyMember
you may find this usefull.Posted 4 years ago
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