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Rubbish Removal at Lancashire House Clearance provide fully licensed and insured rubbish removal services. All quotes a free and we can get your job done fast.

Rubbish Removals Services.

Rubbish Removals hoarders house clearanceOn the whole, our prices are similar to Skip Hire. So 8 cubic yards ( a builders skip ) would cost about the same if you chose our services.

Skip hire and rubbish removal services are both popular ways to dispose of waste. However, there are some key differences between the two options that you should consider before making a decision. Send us an enquiry on our contact page

Skip hire

  • Pros:
    • Skips are a convenient way to dispose of large amounts of waste.
    • They can be delivered to your property and collected at a time that suits you.
    • You can choose the size of skip that you need, so you only pay for the space that you use.
  • Cons:
    • Skips can be expensive, especially for large jobs.
    • You will need to load the skip yourself, which can be time-consuming and physically demanding.
    • You may need to obtain a skip permit from your local council if you have to park it on the street..

Rubbish removal service

  • Pros:
    • Rubbish removals services are a more convenient option than skip hire, as you do not need to load the waste yourself.
    • A local company like us can respond the same day and get rid of your junk quickly.
    • They are also often cheaper than skip hire for small jobs.
    • Rubbish removal services can take away all types of waste, including hazardous materials.
  • Cons:
    • Some Rubbish removal services may not be able to take away large items, such as furniture or appliances. ( Lancashire House Clearance Will Take Everything)
    • They may not be able to collect your waste on the same day that you book them.
    • You may need to book your rubbish removal service in advance, especially for busy periods.

Which option is right for you?

The best option for you will depend on the amount of waste you need to dispose of, your budget, and your time constraints as well as the company you choose. If you have a large amount of waste to dispose of and you are on a tight budget, then skip hire may be the best option for you with other companies. 

As our prices are similar to skip hire it makes sense to get us in for a FREE quote.

If you have a small amount of waste to dispose of and you do not want to deal with the hassle of loading a skip, then a rubbish removal service is definitely a better option.

Ultimately, the best way to decide which option is right for you is to get quotes from both skip hire companies and rubbish removal services. This will give you a better idea of the costs involved and the level of service that you can expect.

Get a Grip, Not a Skip !

Rubbish Removals vs Skip HireGet a free quote. If you get a skip, it will take some filling and you may be throwing stuff away that a rubbish removal company might allow a value for ! 

You’d be surprised at what can reduce the cost of a rubbish clearance job. Sometimes, one man’s junk is another man’s treasure.

Did you know you can’t just put anything into a skip?

There are a number of items that you cannot put in a skip. These include:

  • Hazardous materials: This includes anything that could be harmful to people or the environment, such as asbestos, batteries, chemicals, fluorescent tubes, gas cylinders, medical waste, oil, paint, petrol, and solvents.
  • Oversized materials: Some skip hire companies have restrictions on the size of items that can be placed in a skip. This is usually because they have to be able to transport the skip without damaging it. A Skip must be level filled too.
  • Illegal materials: It is illegal to put certain materials in a skip, such as asbestos and medical waste. If you are unsure whether an item is legal to put in a skip, it is best to check with your local council or skip hire company.

If you are unsure whether an item can be put in a skip, it is always best to check with your local council or skip hire company. Better still Book a Free Quote From Lancashire House Clearance Rubbish Removal Team Below.

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Lancashire House Clearance like to be transparent. All prices include removal from property where required. Did you know, your local council can often remove large items and white goods far cheaper than we can? It’s worth having a look on your local council website for details.

There are many man and van rubbish removals about, they offer household rubbish removals and quick rubbish removals. If the price seems low, beware. Your waste could be fly tipped. Rubbish Removal is easy enough to do but the cost of legitimate disposal is high.

The cost of disposing of waste in the UK varies depending on the type of waste, the amount of waste, and the location. However, in general, the cost of disposing of waste in the UK is increasing.

The main reason for the increasing cost of waste disposal is the government’s policy of reducing the amount of waste that goes to landfill. This policy is being implemented through a number of measures, including increasing the cost of landfill tax and providing financial incentives for businesses and households to recycle and compost.

As a result of these measures, the cost of landfilling waste has increased significantly in recent years. In 2023, the standard rate of landfill tax is £102.10 per tonne. This means that it costs £102.10 in Tax alone to dispose of one tonne of waste in landfill. The there is the actual cost of the waste too. This doesn’t worry Lancashire House Clearance as we under our company Clear This Ltd have a Zero To Landfill Policy which we stick to rigidly.

The cost of disposing of waste by other means, such as incineration or recycling, also varies depending on the type of waste and the location. However, in general, these costs are lower than the cost of landfilling waste.

For example, the cost of incinerating waste is typically around £50 per tonne. The cost of recycling waste varies depending on the type of waste, but it is generally lower than the cost of landfilling or incinerating waste.

The government’s policy of reducing the amount of waste that goes to landfill is having a significant impact on the cost of waste disposal. However, this policy is also having a positive impact on the environment. By reducing the amount of waste that goes to landfill, the government is helping to protect the environment and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Here are some tips for reducing the cost of waste disposal:

  • Recycle as much as possible.
  • Compost food waste.
  • Buy products with less packaging.
  • Choose products that are made from recycled materials.
  • Repair items instead of replacing them.
  • Donate unwanted items to charity.
  • Hire a waste management company that offers competitive prices.