Site Clearance – Our teams are fully CSCS qualified this means you can be sure that everyone working on your sites possesses the appropriate skills to carry out their work competently and safely.
We are fully insured for public liability and fully licensed for the carriage and disposal of waste, we recycle where possible and also support charities with furniture and general bric-a-brac for resale supporting worthwhile causes in the process
House Clearance – We can remove absolutely everything including fitted carpets & curtains, clear all outbuildings, loft space, garages and gardens leaving a blank canvas for a new tenant or buyer .This service is popular with landlords, estate & letting agents.
We will assess the contents of your property and advise you of any items of value, taking these into consideration before providing our quote. We do NOT buy antiques, our allowances will extend to modern furniture and mechanical goods only that have re-saleable value.
Part Loads – If you have a handful of items scattered around the house, or an attic you have been avoiding for a few years. We can clear part loads at fixed rates from almost anywhere! We will charge based on the volume that we take away
All collections are made by uniformed 2 man teams.
Tips to help reduce your estimate
If you wish you can dismantle or flat pack furniture where possible saving volume on the vehicle and keeping your load cost lower. Keep as much as possible in bags. Carrier, Bin or builders bags. Fewer trips to and from our van saves time and money for everyone. Sort waste into piles. This makes it easier and quicker to organise loading. Bigger loads are generally more cost effective. If you are undertaking a DIY project, try to finish the job and have all the rubbish collected together.
Other factors to consider when estimating
How accessible is your rubbish to get to? This is an important factor as it can greatly impact the amount of time it takes to remove your waste. Is your rubbish loose or bagged? This again can affect the time it takes to complete the job.
We cannot take: Compressed gases, Asbestos or Paints. Your local council will be able to advise you on possible means of disposal.