Guildford skip hire alternative
Man & van rubbish clearance cheaper than a skip
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The simple, low cost alternative to skip hire, AnyJunk is the UK’s largest man & van rubbish clearance company. We specialise in fast response removal of all types of non-hazardous bulky waste, including furniture, bric-a-brac, electrical appliances, office junk, fly-tipped waste, garden refuse and home improvement, DIY and builder’s waste.
Read more about us, our vision and our values here.
How it works
- Enter a Postcode and click the Red Button above to view prices for your area
- Book a collection size and arrival time that suits using our simple online form
- A collection crew and truck (you can track them live as they come) will turn up exactly when you asked them to, clear your junk from anywhere on the property, and take it away to be recycled.
That’s it. No fuss. No hassle. Just click – swoosh – done! You’ll be amazed how easy it is.
Man & Van Guildford
- No skip permit fees
- Loading and sweep up included
- Next day service guaranteed
- Charged by exact volume
- All types of waste taken
Skip Hire Guildford
- Fixed load size
- Charged by size of skip
- Certain items prohibited
- Permit required if on road
- No labour provided
Rubbish Removal Guildford
Don’t bother hiring a skip in Guildford – they are very expensive and your neighbours end up filling them when you’re asleep! Book AnyJunk instead. We’re the UK’s largest man & van clearance company. We’re cheaper than a skip and we do all the loading for you. Our services include DIY & builders waste disposal, office clearance, garden clearance, house clearance, man & van rubbish clearance and general junk removal.
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Read what our customers think
What a brilliant, speedy service - everything was cleared in record time!
Guildford Areas Covered
5 interesting facts about Guildford
1. Guildford Cathedral featured extensively in the 1976 horror film, The Omen.
2. Vanessa Redgrave laid the foundation stone at the Yvonne Arnauld Theatre in 1965.
3. Bill Nighy studied at the Guildford School of Acting.
4. In 1913, the suffragette Emily Davison ran out in front of King George V’s horse at Epsom Downs racecourse.
5. The Guildhall clock dates back to 1683. It’s exactly one minute slow, because the mayor at the time wanted the town people to arrive early.