Skip hire Truro
UNFORTUNATELY WE DON’T CURRENTLY OFFER SKIP HIRE IN Truro.
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Proskips is a leading skip hire company. We offer skip hire to both private customers and businesses across much of the UK, but focus on the South West area.
Based in Raynes Park, London, we have depots in and around the TR1 area, which gives us unrivalled coverage for all your skip hire needs.
We have a range of skip sizes available for hire, from four yards to 16 yards. For further information about the size and capacity of skip you need, please get in touch.
Our competitively-priced skip hire service and experienced team have made us the skip hire company of choice in the UK. Working with homeowners, small builders and larger construction firms, our aim is always to meet and exceed your service expectations.
In addition to skip hire, we offer a waste management and recycling service. Our work in this sector led to us being named 'Construction Recycler of The Year 2009-2010' at the National Recycling Awards. Proskips is part of Prowaste Management Services, and we adhere to the recycling standards set out by the company. We are also a proud supporter of the Halving Waste to Landfill scheme. Our commitment to recycling and safe waste disposal gives our customers peace of mind that all waste will be dealt with responsibly.
Our Truro waste recycling and skip hire service secured investment from Deborah Meaden and Duncan Bannatyne of BBC Two's Dragons' Den.
Even though we don't currently offer skip hire in Truro, we do operate a skip hire service in the nearby areas of St Agnes, Newquay, Falmouth, Penzance and St Ives.
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