At Motion Hire Ltd, we’re proud of our reputation as Reigate’s reliable, affordable solution for skip hire and grab hire services, as well as the supply of aggregates and top soil that are essential in many different development projects. We take great efforts to not only maintain this reputation, but build on it and ensure word about our capable team travels far and wide.
For the benefit of both existing Reigate clients and those who may not yet have made use of skip hire and grab hire services, or purchased aggregates and top soil from us, we’ve put together a small FAQ on this page. But it’s by no means exhaustive, so if you have a different question for us – pick up the phone and call 01883 620 700.
Where can I place my skip?
Somewhere convenient that allows you to fill it easily, like your driveway or directly on a construction site. However, there are a number of regulations we must adhere to when providing skip hire in Reigate and its surrounds:
How full can my skip get?
It should not exceed the sides of the skip, and also be levelled. The same goes for when we load out grab hire services vehicles. This lets us transport your waste away safely and legally, and not fall foul of Reigate’s local authorities.
What size skip should I opt for?
We have skip hire solutions to suit all needs: 6 yard skips can take around 50 to 60 binbags worth of waste, 20 yard skips can take a whopping 180+. Consider how much waste your particular project is likely to accumulate, and if in doubt, call our skip hire and grab hire services team for individual advice and assistance.
What type of aggregates and top soil do you sell?
Reigate clients interested in top soil can choose from economy and premium blends. The former is mainly for filling holes and construction groundwork, as its pH level hovers between 5 and 8.2. Premium top soil is ideal for planting, as it has minimum levels of phosphorous, potassium and magnesium. In the aggregates department, we have graded sand, gravel and concrete ideal for all types of construction project. Visit its dedicated page for more information.