As a Swansea based business we have consistently been serving customers with affordable and quality skip hire in Morriston for over 10 years. Whether it’s for domestic household clearances or small building projects or large construction sites and commercial businesses we have every type of solution to suit you
We cover almost every base when it comes to skip sizes for either domestic or commercial waste removal projects. Our domestic skip sizes range from 2 yard mini skip up to our 8 yard builder’s skip and our commercial skips range from 8 yard skips up to our huge 30 yard Ro-Ro (Roll On- Roll On) skips.
Our prices are also one of the most competitive in the business as we know the importance of disposing of waste in a safe and environmentally friendly way. We deplore fly-tipping and how negatively impactful such acts are on the environment and the area, that’s why we make sure our skip hire prices are fair and affordable to our customers.
So if you’re looking for a Morriston skips service to deal with all kinds of waste removal projects both domestically and commercially then we’re just a phone call or message away. Get in touch with us today through phone or by using the contact form to the right and one of our staff will be more than happy to help with any questions you have
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Morriston Welsh: Treforys is a town in the City and County of Swansea, Wales and falls within the Morriston Ward. It is the biggest community within Swansea county.
Morriston is often referred to as an individual town Morriston is sometimes referred to as a distinct town. The local rugby club is called Morriston RFC also known as the Morriston Monkeys was founded in 1876 and is based in Maes Collen . It was never granted any town charters, and is currently part of the ongoing urban sprawl that surrounds Swansea which is the city’s centre which is located just three miles away to the South west. It is the largest of the Swansea’s electoral districts and is located near other communities, including T Llansamlet, Cwmrhydyceirw, Clase, Ynystawe and Ynysforgan.
Morriston is situated in Morriston is located in the Lower Swansea Valley which is located near the River Tawe, in a terrain that slopes gently downwards towards the east, and steeply upwards towards the west. It is situated on Woodfield Street, a shopping area that is located on the north-south direction. The street has two of Morriston’s most recognizable buildings, The Church of St John and Tabernacle Chapel.
In its initial design, St John, locally called “Church at the Middle of the Road” was the central piece of Morriston. It is in disrepair as well and has ceased to be being used as an actual church. Tabernacle Chapel is a Grade I listed structure designed in 1870 by architect John Humphrey and built between 1870-1872. Tabernacle is sometimes referred to as “the Cathedral of Welsh non-conformity”.
The two buildings are the main landmarks of the town together with Morriston Hospital and the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA), both of which are major employers in the region. The largest hospital in Swansea is located within Cwmrhydyceirw located just one mile to the to the north Morriston town center. The DVLA is located in Clase which is a suburb to the west of Morriston and handles all British driver and vehicle registrations.