For waste management services in the Manchester metropolitan district, you need Skip Hire Manchester.
Our range of skips for hire starts at two cubic yards (that’s 1.54m3) and go all the way to eight-cubic-yard (a spacious 6.6m3). We are sure we can provide the skip you need – when you need it!
Plus, for big jobs we can provide roll-on/roll-off containers which go up to a whopping 40 cubic yards: that’s 33m3.
We at Skip Hire Manchester have been offering our skip hire and waste management service to domestic and commercial clients throughout the area for more than two decades. We find we attract high volumes of repeat business because of our courteous and professional approach. We understand that everyone is different and has individual requirements.
For commercial customers: An efficient waste management service can make all the difference when a job needs to be on time and on budget.
For residential customers: We realise that, for most people, hiring a skip is not something they do every day. They need a skip hire company that can quietly and efficiently deal with everything from taking the initial order to recycling the waste: a company like Skip Hire Manchester.
One call is all it takes. We can even help deal with highways licences where possible and necessary (an additional cost is involved).
Prices for our standard-size skips are:
- Two-cubic-yard (1.54m3) mini-skip – from £100+ VAT
- Four-cubic-yard (3.08m3) midi-skip – from £140 + VAT
- Eight-cubic-yard (6.6m3) maxi-skip – from £180 + VAT
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- The city has a population of just over 500,000. The Greater Manchester Urban Area’s population is over 2 million people. It was the world’s first industrial city when cityhood was bestowed in 1853.
- The earliest recorded time when Manchester was recognised is 79 A.D. when A Roman fort known as Manucium was built, by the confluence of the rivers Medlock and Irwell. It then became Mancunium.This is the reason why people from Manchester are called Mancunians or Mancs.
- The Town Hall was built in 1877 and the Manchester Ship Canal in 1894. The canal ran for 36 miles from Salford to the Eastham locks on the Mersey. On the canal banks the world’s first industrial area was built at Trafford Park.
- During the Industrial Revolution Manchester was dominate by the cotton industry and was the largest place in the world for its cotton goods. During this period Manchester had two famous nicknames; “Cottonopolis” and “Warehouse City”.
- Manchester Cathedral was badly damaged during the 2nd World War. Indeed the city was a major target of Hitler’s.There were 376 people killed and 30,000 houses were destroyed.
- The port of Manchester closed in 1982.By the 1960’s heavy industry in Manchester was in decline. In a 20 year period from the 1960’s it is estimated over 150,000 people lost their jobs in the manufacturing industry.
- Regeneration programmes began in the 80’s such as “The Metro”, ”The Bridgewater Concert Hall”, The M.E.N. “ and “ Salford Quays”
- In 1996 a bomb planted by the I.R.A. went off in Corporation St in Manchester’s city centre. Fortunately nobody was killed but 200 people were injured. The final payout by the insurance companies was in excess of £400 million.