If you want to dispose of extra-heavy or bulky waste, the safest and fastest way to do that is by hiring a skip. We, at Laurel London, are a properly insured and licensed rubbish removal business that offers affordable skip hire services in London. Our polite team is very experienced and will help you get rid of all of your unwanted without leaving a mess behind.
Well-organised skip hire services in London
We are incredibly thorough in our work and we carefully arrange and execute each step of our services. Upon calling our qualified and friendly consultants, you will have the opportunity to discuss:
- Your personal requirements and needs
- Our pricing policy
- Skip permit regulations
- Any questions you may have regarding our services
You will be asked about the approximate weight and size of the junk of which you want to dispose. We are able to organise an on-site visitation to properly evaluate the scale of the job at a day and hour of your choosing. Once our skilled and competent staff has all the necessary information, they will be able to provide you with a custom-tailored quote and to send a skip with a size appropriate for the character of the waste clearance project. Your rubbish will be then collected in a container which will be later picked up from our property by our vetted drivers.
Choose from a wide range of skips
The team of Laurel London, rely on an impressive range of skips that includes small, medium and large waste containers. As result, we are able to find the ideal skip hire solution for our London clients and, in that way, save them a lot of expenses. Our containers are suitable not only for the collection of household and office rubbish but also for commercial and industrial waste. That means that we can haul and dispose of anything from single furniture pieces to electrical appliances and garage junk. We can even execute the clearance of an entire building site for a low price.
With a population of more than 8.67 million, London is one of the biggest cities that exist today. In fact, that has been the case for a few centuries now. Between the 19th and the early-20th century, the English capital was the largest metropolitan area in the world. Even then, the city’s population amounted to the staggering 6.6 million, which created the need for the construction of the very first urban rail network system in the world.