Bereavement House Clearance
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Lancashire Clearance Services Ltd. Are proud members of Lancashire County Council’s Trading Standards Safe Trader Scheme
Deceased Estate Clearance and Probate.
Why Choose Us ?
Lancashire House Clearance have years of experience in dealing with bereaved relatives. Clearing the property of a loved one can be traumatic and emotionally draining.
Our trained friendly team are caring and sensitive. Every bereavement house clearance is done with respect and discretion.
There is no need for you to attend at the clearance if you prefer not to.
We can arrange for key collection and drop off once the job is done.
A private password protected gallery can be put on our website so you can see the property has been cleared.
No Up Front Costs. Pay only when the job is done.
A Fairer Service
We believe we offer a much fairer service than our competitors.
A property clearance is initially priced by volume. This gives us the overall cost. Some items can carry a surcharge which will be added on to the cost if applicable.
Once we have the overall cost, we set about trying to get the contents of the property to pay as much of the cost as possible.
Everything in the house clearance is looked at and given a value where applicable.
The total value of the contents is added up and deducted from the cost of the clearance. Therefore you could pay much less than our quoted price.
If the value exceeds the cost, we pay you. Simple!
Up til 9 pm Every night you can call for advice and information. We are always happy to help.
Call Us Soon
Either email us or use our contact form to ask us anything or book a free house clearance visit and quote.
Dealing with bereavement is not easy. If you are struggling, have a look HERE on the NHS website.
Need to re-home a pet after a bereavement? The Cats Protection League provide a fantastic service.
For legal matters there are many solicitors that deal with things like Probate and Wills.
Much more help and information is available through your Citizens Advice Bureau. Do a quick search for your local contact number.
You can also look at the CAB website for information.