Terms and conditions
The terms and conditions of DJ Hanley’s Waste Removal and Skip Hire include essential information. Such as payment terms, liability, delivery and pickup of the skip, prohibited waste items, etc.
It is best to review below the specific terms and conditions of DJ Hanley’s Waste Removal and Skip Hire for a complete understanding of their services and obligations. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding our terms and conditions.
Booking a skip hire or waste removal service typically requires payment in advance, either online or over the phone. Therefore, providing accurate information about the size and skip you need and the location for delivery and pickup is crucial.
Delivery and pickup:
Skip hire and waste removal companies will typically deliver and pick up skips within a specified time frame. Therefore, it’s essential to confirm the delivery and pickup times with the company and to make arrangements for access to the skip.
Waste removal companies have strict guidelines about what types of waste they can collect and dispose of. For example, hazardous materials, such as chemicals and paint cans, are typically prohibited, and it’s essential to check with the company before placing these items in the skip.
Overloading a skip is not permitted, as it presents a safety risk and can incur additional charges. Therefore, it’s essential to check with the company for weight limits and guidelines for loading the skip.
Responsibility for the skip:
The customer is responsible for ensuring that the skip is used safely and responsibly and for keeping the area around the skip clean and tidy. If the skip is damaged or left in an unsightly state, the customer may be charged additional fees.
Skip hire and waste removal companies typically provide insurance coverage for the skips and waste transported. However, confirming this with the company is essential as checking the coverage level provided.
It’s important to carefully review our terms and conditions before booking to ensure that you understand your responsibilities and the services provided. If you have any questions or concerns, it’s best to contact us directly to discuss these further.