Birmingham skip hire alternative
Man & van rubbish clearance cheaper than a skip
Things we can take
We take all types of non-hazardous junk and bulky waste, from furniture, bric-a-brac and electrical appliances to garden refuse, DIY and builder’s waste.
Things we cannot take
However, for health & safety and regulatory reasons, we regret that our crews cannot remove any of the following.
Biological or Medical waste
Gas bottles or Fire extinguishers
Oil, petrol or diesel
Paint or paint cans (unless empty)
Raw meat or raw fish (unless packaged)
Toxic substances, noxious chemicals & solvents
Domestic refuse (unless bagged)
Truck or tractor tyres
Pianos or any other items that cannot be lifted safely by two people
Commercial fridges, chiller cabinets, freezers or a/c units
Man & Van Birmingham
- No skip permit fees
- Loading and sweep up included
- Next day service guaranteed
- Charged by exact volume
- All types of waste taken
Skip Hire Birmingham
- Permit required if on road
- No labour provided
- Fixed load size
- Charged by size of skip
- Certain items prohibited
Rubbish Removal Birmingham
Searching for skip hire in Birmingham? We offer a simple and cheap alternative. AnyJunk is Birmingham’s leading man and van rubbish removal company. Our services include DIY & builders waste disposal, office clearance, house clearance,man & van rubbish clearance, general junk removal, and garden clearance.
National Commercial Clients
Read what our customers say
AnyJunk did an excellent job clearing my garage. Cheaper than a skip, very friendly & they did all the lifting. Will certainly use them again.
5 interesting facts about Birmingham
1. Birmingham City Football Club used to be called the Health Alliance and were founding members of the second division.
2. With more than 500,000 visitors a year, The Birmingham Hippodrome is the UK’s favourite theatre venue.
3. Brian Lara scored 501* at Edgbaston – it remains the highest ever score by a batsman in first class cricket.
4. The giant logo from the top of the famous HP tower, demolished in 2007, is now in the city’s Museum & Art Gallery.
5. University College Birmingham is the most ‘spread out’ university in the UK – 30 buildings cover 267 square miles.