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Scaffolding in Anglesey, Isle of Anglesey County, UK

You have come to the correct place if you are looking for scaffolding in Anglesey.
 
Scaffodling company Pro-Scaff Ltd is based on the North Wales coast at Mostyn, between Prestatyn and Flint. We provide a comprehensive, efficient and cost effective service covering all of the North Wales area as well as Anglesey, Cheshire and the Wirral.
 
For over a decade, the company has grown from strength to strength. All employees are C.I.T.B. registered and this company places important emphasis on Health and Safety issues at all times.
All quotations are free and without obligation, and we endeavour to provide a same day reply service to all enquiries. Make a scaffolding enquiry online.
 
Here at Pro-Scaff Ltd, we aim to meet all your scaffolding requirements. We don’t just supply scaffolding in Anglesey, we are experts in the field. With Pro-Scaff you can rest assured that with our expert advice and knowledge that the correct solution to your scaffold needs will be delivered.
 
Scaffolding is utilised to support materials and people in the repair or construction of buildings or other large edifices. It is a temporary framework of tubes, boards and couplers.

About Anglesey

Anglesey or Ynys Môn, an island off the north west coast of Wales is connected by 2 bridges spanning the Menai Strait: the Menai Suspension Bridge and the Britannia Bridge. Formerly part of Gwynedd, Anglesey, Holy Island and other close islands more recently make up the Isle of Anglesey County.

The island has many towns, the largest of which are Holyhead, Llangefni, Benllech, Menai Bridge, Amlwch. and Beaumaris.  Notable villages include Newborough, Cemaes, Pentraeth, Gaerwen, Dwyran, Bodedern, Malltraeth, and Rhosneigr.   Pro Scaff provide scaffolding services to the whole island including all of these.

The entire rural coastline has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and features many sandy beaches.  The Anglesey Coastal Path is a 124 mile path which follows (almost) the full coastline. Tourism is the most significant economic activity followed by Agriculture.

Anglesey is one of the two remaining colonies of red squirrels, which can be mainly found around Pentraeth and Newborough.  Other protected habitats support a variety of wildlife such as Marsh Fritillary and Harbour Porpoises.

The National Eisteddfod was hosted in Anglesey in 1957, 1983, and 1999.

 

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Pro Scaff, Scaffold Hire, Scaffold North Wales, Scaffolding in Anglesey, Scaffolding in Bangor, Scaffolding in Conwy, Scaffolding in Denbighshire, Scaffolding in Flintshire, Scaffolding North Wales, Scaffolding North West,

 

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www.pro-scaff.co.uk
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