There are many different circumstances which mean you need the whole or part of a house cleared. It could be because you have bulky or heavy items to be removed, such as old furniture or electrical items, or you could be getting your house ready for sale, or renovating or redecorating a property.
You could be clearing a house after an elderly relative has died or you could be a landlord who needs to remove unwanted items or clutter left behind by a tenant.
As clearance experts, we provide a professional house clearance service. Our friendly uniformed staff will arrive at the agreed time and carry out the work politely, quickly and efficiently, with the minimum fuss or disturbance for neighbours.
Our service is straightforward and hassle-free, saving you all of the worry and stress about how to clear the property. We are reputable, trustworthy and fully insured against third party risks.
All of our vehicles are cleaned and decontaminated after every job to ensure they are Covid-19 safe, and all our operatives wear protective gloves and masks.
We are fully compliant with Government regulations relating to Waste Carrier best practice, ensuring all our house clearances are carried out to the highest environmental standards. We take full responsibility for the proper and most ethical disposal of any goods we collect.
After we have issued the Duty of Care Waste Transfer Note, we will carry out an initial assessment to determine whether anything can be reused and will donate those items to charities or not-for-profit organisations. Your rubbish is then taken to the nearest waste transfer station where it is segregated, and as much of it as possible is recycled such as paper, glass and metal.
Any cash or jewellery we find is immediately handed back to you.
If we come across anything of a sensitive nature such as a credit card or bank statement, we ensure they are disposed of securely, which protects you from fraud and identity theft.