If you are looking for Skip and Bin Repairs in Somerset, then our Skip and Bin repair service is an effective way to extend the working lifespan of your skips.
Cost Effective Skip Repairs
We offer a cost effective solution by refurbishing your existing skips or we can make new ones.
Our service includes full inspection of the container, followed by any necessary skip refurbishment. New doors, lid and other parts are fitted where necessary.
SAS Welding Services can arrange for your skip or container to be repainted, with new application of any branding or logos you require.
The container will then be ready for delivery to customer, or collection from our Glastonbury workshop.
Quality Skip Repairs – Delivered Fast Across Somerset
Depending on requirements SAS Welding Services can offer a fast turnaround service, refurbishing your containers in just a few days.
We have experience dealing with many companies across Somerset in repairing their skips and bins.
If you are in the Somerset area and want the best skip and bin repairs then contact 07583 307366 / 01458 831071 today.
Recent Skip & Bin Repair Projects
- Two Skip Heavy Duty Doors Fabricated & Painted- SAS Welding Services were asked to fabricate new heavy duty doors for two skips for a regular customer from the Glastonbury area. We carried out the necessary fabrication in our Glastonbury workshop. The skip doors were MIG welded, strong and built to last. SAS then painted the doors so they were all ready to go Read More...
- Bin Repairs Contract- SAS Welding Services have agreed with a customer from Wells in Somerset to service all of their Skips and Bins on a regular basis. Our Skip and Bin Repair Service is very popular with our customers as it offers excellent value for money and is a much better option than replacing them. We ensure they Read More...
- Hook Lift Bin Repairs- SAS Welding Services were recently asked to carry out some Hook Lift Bin Repairs for a customer in Somerset. There were cracks in the A-frame around the hook lift on the front of the bin. The cracks were ground out, then welded and plates were then added on for extra strength. The rear doors had Read More...