Need your help to order correct skip size for prefab garage - or would someone actually buy it?

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  1. woodsome

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    I'll soon be dismantling a 1970s prefab concrete garage, once I've got the asbestos removal people to take the roof away. It's 16 foot long and 10 feet wide - can anyone tell me what size of skip I will need to stick all the concrete panels in? I don't want to order one too small, nor pay over the odds for one that's far too big. My guess is an 8 cubic yard one.

    It's a sectional garage, free-standing with a concrete edge to prevent water ingress.

    Alternatively: even without a roof, and covered in pebble dash on the outside, and needing a new up-and-over door - would someone actually buy this?

    Your help appreciated, thank you.
     
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  3. gregers

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    buy it probably no.

    get it for free then probably yes.

    put an advert in the friday ad,gumtree and the likes saying free to collector.
     
  4. mattylad

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    Or try offering it on your local Freegle group, someone may come and dismantle then take it all away, roof n all.
     
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