How our house clearance works
There are several different ways of clearing a property.
We can clear the complete contents which includes all food stuffs including the contents of freezers. We clear all clothing and bedding all rubbish, paperwork, furniture and bric-a-brac. We can also remove all white goods and electrical items. This leaves the whole property empty and usually only the carpets and the curtains remain.
We also clear garages, garden sheds and out-houses.
We can also do part clearances when we just remove surplus items that are no longer required.
During the house clearance, if we find items that we think family members have overlooked we will put them safely to one side. For example any family photographs or personal paperwork. Sometimes the families ask us to look out for certain items that they haven't been able to locate and if we find these we also put them to one side.
If there are items in the property that the family members want to keep we usually move these into an area in the house that we have cleared so that they can be stored safely.
You can be assured of our quality, efficient and sympathetic house clearance service.
Payment and Invoicing
Payment is usually requested after the property has been cleared.
We are happy to invoice the solicitor or estate agent for payment of the clearance service. Payment can be made after the property has been sold if necessary and this is usually done through the solicitor.
We do not charge to visit when quoting to clear a property.
If there are items of value in the property we take this into consideration when quoting.