Wakefield Skip Hire Alternative

Don’t Hire A Skip!

When you have lots of items you need disposing of your first port of call can often be your local skip hire company in Wakefield. However, trying to convert confusing skips sizes (which are often measured in cubic yards) into the number of items you are looking to dispose of, can leave you either with skips too small or large for your needs, leaving you with an unnecessary cost.

Our alternative to skip hire is ideal for those domestic customers looking for an easy and quick way to deal with rubbish and waste disposal, without the need for skip a blocking your drive, longer than you need it.

How Our Waste Disposal Service Is Different To Traditional Skip Hire

Our alternative to skip hire is ideal for those domestic customers looking for an easy and quick way to rubbish and waste disposal, without the need for skip a blocking your drive, longer than you need it. Rather than filling skips, why not give us a call and discuss our alternative to skip hire. We come to your property with our custom-built truck and load the waste onto it, breaking up any rubbish to maximise space, meaning you only pay for the waste we take, at a time to suit you

As well as furniture, garden clearance, carpets and other domestic rubble, we are also able to take other kinds of waste traditional skip hire companies are unable to accommodate, including hazardous waste such as electrical items, paints, chemicals, gas bottle and batteries.

So if you looking for an alternative to Skip Hire why not call us on 01924 400056 or email:info@adcpropertysolutions.co.uk and we can advise on why our alternative to skip hire maybe a better solution for you.

About Wakefield

  • It is famous for being the subject of two nursery rhymes, The Grand Old Duke of York (from the Battle of Wakefield in 1460 when the Duke of York was killed) & Here we go round the Mulbery Bush, which is about the high-security prison
  • It's nickname is "wakey"
  • Up until 1982, it had two of the biggest coal mines in the UK
  • It acquired the name "merrie city" in the middle ages
Very prompt, friendly and efficient. Paul Brown