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House Clearances

Topics: House Clearance, Attic Clearances, Flat Clearances. Basement Clearances

If you need a part or full house clearance we uplift and clear everything for you.

 

We're a friendly, organised team that plan and practise safe removal, always loading for maximum use of van space and customer value. We'll quietly clear junk and rubbish from basement to attic and from single items to multiple visits.

 

Our jumbo van carries 1.2 tonnes, up to 20 cubic yards. H4 roof. L4 wheel-base.

Compared to e.g. average transits 14 - 16 cubic yards in size.

A full van load removal is charged up to 18 cu3, £450 - saving £50.

A half van load is 8 - 10 cu3, £200 - £250.

Subject to e.g. call out charge for location or labour.

We can help with waste uplifts during projects or short notice clearances, even on weekends, also helping with bespoke requests such as packing or dismantling.

 

We manage waste responsibly and sort materials for recycling or reuse.

We're proud to be sending less than 5% to landfill which means we pay for reycling and redirecting rather than landfill charges, to keep our prices kind to our customers.

House Clearances - Edinburgh

For whatever the situation; we uplift part and full properties removing junk items and furniture for clearance or waste from a room renovation.

Our experience in Edinburgh and surround means we're used to planning for access into and out of all sorts and shapes of buildings and stairwells.

House Clearances - All sorted

 

Because we recycle and sort materials, our prices are cheap and cheerful, saving money all round by not sending waste straight to landfill.

 

Where possible we search and research for new homes and places for any useful, reusable or upcyclable item, delivering and donating to local non-profit projects and charitable organisations, filling our time instead of land.

And sometmes we do things like rehome a dog-shaped dogbasket in a dog-friendly pub, or even find a happy place for a rather old and heavy 4m+ long oar.