Liverpool skip hire alternative

Man & van rubbish clearance cheaper than a skip

UK's largest operator

1500+ jobs per week

Same/ next day response

1 hour time slots

97% of customers

rate us 5 stars

You’re in safe hands

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 bulky waste and junk that’s too big for your bin.  Our crews can take everything from old furniture, bric-a-brac, and broken electrical appliances to fly-tipped waste, garden refuse and builder’s waste. We’ve been in business since 2004 and undertake more than 1,500 clearances every week. Read more about us here.

How it works

  1. Enter a Postcode and click the ‘Check Prices & Book’ button above
  2. Choose a Collection Size (we can amend this on the day if the job is bigger or smaller)
  3. Select a collection Time and Date
  4. Pay for your booking by card
  5. We turn up and 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. See what our customers say (we ask for feedback after every job) or have posted on Trustpilot.

What we can take

We can take anything you can put in a skip.  All types of non-hazardous junk and bulky waste including furniture, bric-a-brac, garden refuse, general rubbish, rubble, DIY and builder’s waste. We can also take electrical appliances, fridges and mattresses.

What we cannot take

For health & safety and regulatory reasons, our crews cannot remove the following.

  • Asbestos
  • Biological or Medical waste
  • ‘Box’ TVs / monitors (ie. CRTs) – but flat screen TVs/monitors are OK!
  • 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)
  • Tyres (Car, Truck, Lorry, Tractor)
  • Car batteries
  • Pianos or any other items that cannot be lifted safely by two people
  • Commercial fridges, chiller cabinets, freezers or a/c units

Man & Van Liverpool

  • No skip permit fees 
  • Loading and sweep up included
  • Next day service guaranteed
  • Charged by exact volume
  • All types of waste taken

Skip Hire Liverpool

  • Permit required if on road
  • No labour provided
  • Fixed load size
  • Charged by size of skip
  • Certain items prohibited

Rubbish Removal Liverpool

Do you have a lot of rubbish that’s too big for your bin?  Don’t bother hiring a skip in Liverpool. Book AnyJunk, the UK’s largest man & van clearance company.  We’re normally much 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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What Our Customers Say

The guys were so helpful & did the job so speedily & with a smile - very professional. Thank you for making a stressful day so much easier!

AnyJunk Liverpool
Hanover House, Hanover Street, Liverpool, Merseyside L1 3DZ United Kingdom

Tel: 0151 322 2802 Email:
http://www.anyjunk.co.uk/liverpool

 
We cover all of the Liverpool / Merseyside region and nearby areas including:
 
Halton
Cheshire West and Chester
Knowsley
Flintshire
St Helens
Merseyside
Lancashire
Wigan
Wirral

A few interesting facts about Liverpool

1. Liverpool FC has won more European trophies than any other English, Irish, Welsh, or Scottish football team – 11 in all.

2. The heaviest bells in the world belong to Liverpool Cathedral, the biggest of which weighs more than 15 tonnes.

3. Beth Twedle, the Olympic gymnast, was a student at the Liverpool John Moores University.

4. The Beatles played their first gig at the The Cavern Club in 1961, with tickets costing £3 and 15 shillings.

5. The Royal Liver Building, finished in 1911, was, amazingly, the tallest building in Europe until 1934.