Terms & Conditions
Please read the below carefully
Skilton Skips Ltd. accept no liability for damage claims arising from vehicles delivering/collecting off the public highway.
When delivering or collecting off the public highway it is possible that damage can occur to the ground surface of your property. If you ask us to proceed off the public highway, it must be clearly understood that it is at your request and your responsibility.
No hazardous materials must be placed in the skip, including but not limited to, asbestos, fridges, tv’s or other monitors, tyres, liquids, pyrotechnics, paints and solvents. Materials of this type placed in a skip could endanger our staff and will incur the hirer additional charges or the material returned to your site.
Skips in the Public Highway
It is the customer’s responsibility to provide lights and cones. Lights to be positioned on the containers and lit during the hours of darkness and cones to divert the flow of traffic. Any call out by the authorities is chargeable.
Skip Road Licences
If your skip requires a permit to stand on the road we will apply to the Highways Authority on your behalf.
We will collect the skip on last day of permit unless you contact us BEFORE licence expiry date, we will then apply to extend the permit period on instructions from the customer provided a payment is received from the customer to Skilton Skips.
The Highways Authorities do not refund permit applications.
There will be no refunds for part filled skips.
Level Loads Only
Skips are only to be filled so they form a level top. If the driver considers the load unsafe we will be unable to move the container. If overloaded, but considered safe to transport, a surcharge will be levied.
Burning in the Containers
Fires are not permitted in the containers. Any damage caused by the burning whether accidental or deliberate will be chargeable.
Unless otherwise stated on order form for a longer period, the skip will be collected automatically after the THIRTEENTH day from delivery, unless otherwise agreed.