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What’s the difference between residential and commercial skip hire
Domestic skips are ideal for residential projects, such as landscaping your garden, refurbishing your home, or taking on a DIY project. Commercial skip hire is for businesses carrying out related projects like building, office clearances, and shop refits.
The main difference between residential and commercial skip hire is the permission required when installing the container. You do not require permission or a permit to put a skip on commercial land – if you have permission from the land owner the skip can be installed anywhere on their land.
If a residential skip is to be placed on a public road, it requires a permit from the local council – Bywaters can obtain this prior to delivery at an additional cost. If the skip is placed on private land it will not require a permit – the ground must be strong and suitable for a skip to be placed on it.