Newcastle 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 Newcastle
- No skip permit fees
- Loading and sweep up included
- Next day service guaranteed
- Charged by exact volume
- All types of waste taken
Skip Hire Newcastle
- Permit required if on road
- No labour provided
- Fixed load size
- Charged by size of skip
- Certain items prohibited
Rubbish Removal Newcastle
Searching for Newcastle skip hire? How about a lower cost and simple alternative? AnyJunk is Newcastle’s leading rubbish clearance company. 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
An excellent service from start to finish. Extremely polite, helpful & hard working - they even swept up the garage floor afterwards!
Tel: 0191 395 2984 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Newcastle Areas Covered
5 interesting facts about Newcastle
1. Rowan Atkinson graduated from Newcastle University, with a degree in Electrical Engineering.
2. Jonny Wilkinson played for Newcastle Falcons RFC for 12 years, during which time they won three national trophies.
3. In 2004, the redevelopment project for the Discovery Museum cost £13 million. We think it’s well worth a visit.
4. The city’s town wall was erected between the 13th and 14th centuries to keep the invading Scots out.
5. According to Newcastle Borough Council, men and women of the city have the right to graze their cattle on the Town Moor.