2 Yard Skip

The 2 yard skip is PAL’s smallest skip and is ideal when a low volume of waste is anticipated. These compact skips are suitable for small projects or household jobs. Perfect for spring cleaning or small decorating jobs, or gardening when you do not or can not use a car to ferry your rubbish to the local tip.

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Overview

Use the guide below to help you decide which size skip is best for your requirements.

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Quick Guide

Skip Size Suitable for Aprox. number of bin bags
2 yard Heavy 20
4 yard Heavy 30
5 yard Heavy 35
6 yard Heavy 40
8 yard Heavy 60
10 yard Light general 80
12 yard Light general 100
14 yard Light general 120
16 yard Light general 160

Overview

These skips are suitable for domestic or business use and can accommodate small amounts of waste.

Being compact in size means they are convenient and can be easily stored in a garden or on a driveway.

They generally hold around 25-35 bin bags, and are perfect for small-scale jobs where cost is being kept to a minimum.

Delivery & Removal

Our skips are nationwide and can usually be delivered within 24 hours

The skips need to be situated where it is easy for our vehicles to drop off and collect

Technical

Technical Information

Width Height Length Size
3.5 ft 2.5 5 ft 1.53m³

(Please note, these dimensions are an approximate guide only and can differ depending on supplier)

Safety information

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  • Skips must not be overloaded; waste must not exceed the top of the walls of the skip, particularly if the waste contained is rubble.
  • Skips over 8 yards must not contain heavy waste like soil or rubble.
  • The following cannot be put into a skip: food waste, computer monitors, televisions, full paint cans, aerosols, gas canisters, tyres, fridges or freezers, plasterboard or asbestos.
  • Fires should never be started in a skip.
  • Please do not attempt to move a skip from the position it was dropped off at.
  • Please ensure the position of the skip is clear from any obstruction.
Things to consider

Things to consider

  • If you are unsure of what size to go for, it is generally a better idea to go for the larger size as it is very dangerous to overload a skip and you will always find extra waste to go into it!
  • If you are placing your skip on the road, you may need a permit to do so. Contact your local council for more information.
  • Our team of dedicated specialists can arrange any amount of skips from our vast range of suppliers. Whether it is for a construction site or a small domestic project, we have the solution for you.

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We don’t show prices on the website as we prefer to quote on an individual basis to make sure your quote is fully tailored to your complete hire needs.

For tools and equipment secured from third parties prices change often so just call us on 0844 288 7265 for availability and to get the best rates on the day!

Whether you are looking for a single skip or a complete site hire, we can find the right deal for you and the best prices for your area.