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A. J. Pyrah & Sons

A. J. Pyrah & Sons

Category: Groundwork Contractors | show me more

Address: Royds Mill Business Park Dyehouse Lane
Birds Royd Lane
Brighouse
West Yorkshire
HD6 1LL

(Main Grab Hire Contact): 07725 9... (Main Grab Hire Contact): 07725 9...
(Office Contact Grab Hire & Excavations): 01924 4... (Office Contact Grab Hire & Excavations): 01924 4...

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A. J. Pyrah & Sons Grab Hire, is a fast, reliable and fully insured Grab/Tipper Hire Service, at competitive prices, covering West Yorkshire and the surrounding areas. We collect soil, clay and rubble, as well as supplying bulk aggregates if required. We try to work on a same day or next day service for our customers. We also provide hire of Grab and Operative, long term and short term work. A. J. Pyrah & Sons are UKATA card holders, for the safe removal of asbestos materials and are CPCS card holders.

Can contact us: ANYTIME

Contact numbers;

07725 970114 (Main Grab Hire contact John Pyrah)

01924 480818 (Office contact Grab Hire and Excavation & Ground work)

07939047495 (Office contact Grab Hire and Excavation & Ground work)

email michelle-ashton@sky.com (Office contact Grab Hire and Excavation & Ground work)

07946 537685 (Main Excavation & Groundwork contact Alan Pyrah)

Facebook link below or click 'Facebook page' link

https://www.facebook.com/Pyrah91/?fref=ts

Please contact any of the above for free quotes for all available services.

Operating Premises;

Royds Mill Business Park, Dyehouse Lane, Brighouse, HD61LL.

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