Clydach is a very popular area with customers right across the community including Glais, Craig Cefn Park, as well as neibouring Trebanos and Ynystawe using our professional and affordable skip hiring services.
Our skips for hire in Clydach come in a wide range of sizes and offer solutions for all types of projects both domestic and commercial.
Our domestic skips include the Mini (3yard), Midi (5 yard) and Maxi (Builders 8 yard). These sizes are suitable for all types of residential projects including house, garden and garage clearances as well as larger renovation, make-over and refurbishment projects. If you require any assistance in establishing which skip size is suitable for you and your project our friendly staff are always on hand to help.
clearances, popular domestic skips is the 4 yard midi skip which is ideal for any small building projects or a garden clearance or face-lift. We also offer the traditional 8 yard builders skip which is are suitable for large domestic projects as well as for smaller commercial purposes.
When it comes to providing larger skips for commercial use, again we cover all the bases in terms of sizes. Our ranges include the yard builders skip right up to 30 yard Ro-Ro skips which are suitable for the industrial and commercial sectors.
In addition to offering every skip size solution to both domestic and commercial customers our prices all also some of the most affordable in the area. We are fully aware of the rises in the cost of living for everyone so we feel it’s important we do our bit to ensure all our skip hire costs are affordable for all our customers.
We also ensure that all waste is disposed of responsibly and safely reducing the impact it has on the environment and safeguarding the future for the generations to come.
So if you’re looking for a reliable, trusted and affordable skip hire company in Clydach then look no further than Ansawdd Skip Hire.
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Clydach is a village and community located in Swansea, Wales, within the Clydach Ward as well as within the Llangyfelach parish. It lies about 6 miles (9.7 km) north-east of Swansea city center. In 2011, the number of residents was 7,503.The population was 7,503. Welsh is the main language spoken by 24 percent of the population. Both Welsh and English schooling is available. The village is located near the M4 motorway that can be reached via the bypass route or the old road through Ynystawe. Sections of the village of Glais also forms part of the Clydach community.
In the beginning of the 19th century, Clydach was a small village located in the Swansea Valley. Because coal in the South Wales Valleys was a highly valuable commodity in the Industrial Revolution, Clydach saw growth as a main road used for the transportation of items to and from Swansea and the factories and mines. A 16-mile (26 kilometers) length Swansea Canal has been built in the central region of Clydach between 1794 and 1798. It was designed to carry up to 400 000 tons of coal from Ystalyfera towards Swansea port every year. The canal continued to be profitable until 1902 the year that losses were first documented. This decrease in profits and revenue was in large part due to Swansea Vale Railway which was a major competitior at the time., The last cargo commercially carried through the Swansea Canal was in 1931, when coal was moved across the channel from Clydach into Swansea. Boats continued operating on the canal until 1931, however, only to perform maintenance work. Horse-drawn boats last seen in Clydach in 1958. Just 5 miles (8.0 kilometers) of the original canal’s total length of 16.2 miles (26 km) remain.