Learn more about House Clearance in London
A house clearance is a process of removing all or some household items from a house, it may need to be performed when you are renovating, redesigning, moving out, or you simply have a lot of clutter and mess in your house that needs to be cleared.
Undertaking a house clearance can be a bit of a challenge, especially in London. House clearances may involve clearing a range of waste types that include bulky items such as furniture, garden waste and many items that can be hazardous for the environment, such as paint, electronic waste, mattresses or car tyres. Therefore, using a professional house clearance service in London can help make the whole process easier, faster, and stress-free.
Our dedicated London house clearance services means are well-equipped to collect all unwanted items and ensure that they are disposed of in an ethical manner without causing any damage to the environment. Our professional team will do all the heavy lifting for you and will take care of everything associated with the removal. We ensure that as much of the waste collected will be reused or recycled, giving you peace of mind that all unwanted items were disposed of correctly.
Using house clearance services is the best alternative to skip hire. Hiring a skip in London requires a lot more effort on your part. It can take up a lot of space on your property, which can be unsightly. Also, you may have to obtain a skip permit if you do not have enough space to place it on your property. With skip hire, you may need to do all the heavy lifting yourself, not to mention the rules that you need to follow regarding what you can and cannot put inside the skip. Therefore, using our house clearance services is a lot more convenient, cost-effective, and easier for you the customer.
The other types of services that we offer in London are:
• Property clearances
• Garden Clearances
• IT Recycling
• Hazardous waste disposal
• Confidential Waste Shredding
In total, the United Kingdom generated over 220 million tonnes of waste each year. About 26.4 million tonnes of this waste is produced by about 27.6 million households in the UK, while approximately 41.1 million tonnes is generated by commercial and industrial activities (private sector produces around 5.9 million tonnes). However, only a small percentage of the total amount of waste generated in the UK is recycled, which is of high concern. Therefore, performing a correct house clearance is important to ensure that the waste does not end up at a landfill site.