10 Yard Skip

£120.00£432.00 Inc VAT

Skip will be delivered within 2 working days
Additional charge for extended days
There may be a surcharge for locations in.
More more information about the skip and delivery locations here

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Product Information

If you have a high volume of bulky waste to dispose of – be it bricks, soil or hardcore – the 10 yard skip is just what you need. This is the largest skip we offer that’s suitable for heavy waste, as it can safely accommodate up to 10 tonnes worth.

Got lots of lighter waste to dispose of? The 10 yard skip is great for that too, and is roomy enough to accept 100 full bin bags.

One step larger than a traditional builder’s skip, our 10 yard skip hire service is suitable for trade or residential use. Hire yours online today or explore our full range of skips.

Delivery Information

Please see below the locations we serve and the surcharge for areas further than Zone 1. 

Zone 1 – No SurchargeZone 2 – £35 SurchargeZone 3 – £50 Surcharge
CB25
CB24
CB23 7
CB23 6
CB23 5
CB22
CB21 3
CB21 2
CB21 1
CB8 6
CB8 5
CB7
CB8 4
CB8 3
CB8 2
CB8 1
CB6
CB5
CB4
CB3
CB2
CB1
PE28
PE27
PE26
PE15
PE16
PE16
PE15
CB8 9
CB8 0
CB8 8
CB8 7
CB9
CB21 5
CB21 6
CB21 4
CB23 1
CB23 2
CB23 3
CB23 8
CB23 4
SG8
SG19

What can I put in my skip?

Skip Size

Skip Dimensions are*:

  • Height: 1500mm (4.11ft)
  • Length: 3600mm (11.10ft)
  • Width: 1900mm (6.3ft)
  • Approx: 120 bin bag capacity.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much can you fit in a 10 yard skip?

Our 10 yard skip can safely accommodate up to 10 tonnes worth or waste – that roughly equates to 100 full bin bags.

What can I put in a 10 yard skip?

This skip is suitable for light and heavy waste. Types of waste that this skip can hold include: Garden and household waste, scrap metal, soil, bricks, general dry waste, wood, plastic, hardcore, rubble, paper and concrete.

Please note that this skip is not suitable for 100% inert waste.

How to load a 10 yard skip?

All skips must be level loaded. This means the contents should be level with the top of the skip. A 10 yard skip is not suitable for filling entirely with soil and rubble (inert waste) – we recommend one of our smaller sizes, such as our 6 yard skip for this. Mixed waste is fine.