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About Our House Clearance Service
People often find us by searching House Clearance Services Near Me ! We only serve Lancashire, Merseyside, North Cheshire and Greater Manchester. As a small family business, our way of working is informal, friendly and sympathetic. Lancashire House Clearance
When you’re ready to empty a house, whether it’s due to bereavement or any other reason, it’s best to hire the professionals to handle it. Lancashire House Clearance can help you get your house cleared out in no time.
If you want to know more about our service and how it can help you, keep reading!
It’s worth adding that any house clearance company must be a registered waste carrier, have insurance and be able to tell you exactly where your stuff will go to. Our company has insurance, we’re registered waste carriers and members of Lancashire County Council Trading Standards Safe Trader Scheme.
What is a house clearance?
A house clearance service involves clearing any or all of the contents in a property. This can be much easier if you use a house clearance company. Lancashire House Clearance will carry out a house clearance for you and dispose of any junk and unwanted items from the property.
Be aware that many companies require you to have an idea about what exactly you want them to do before they come round.
We will always visit for free to give you an accurate quote with no hidden costs.
The cost of a house clearance can seem quite high ! Disposing of stuff is expensive .
Always get at least three quotes beforehand so you have an idea of how much different companies charge. Let’s look at our most popular house clearance option, Lancashire House Clearance visit your home and give you a free quote.
We promise to help our customers find what works best for them, this includes advising of cheaper options for disposal of some items.
Preparing your home for house clearance
Before using a house clearance service, clear out anything that you don’t want included in your removal. Packing up items yourself can be time-consuming, but you won’t have to worry about how much it costs; fees are usually dependent on how much space your stuff takes up in their trucks. Here are some things to consider before hiring a house clearance company
Do they allow any value for items?
If they tell you they’ll take everything, ask them if they will reduce the cost if there is something of value in your junk. Most companies will reduce the price if there are high-value antiques or collectibles as part of an estate cleanout, so confirm with them first how much they will allow in value! 2. How do you know what to remove? By now you should have most of the stuff you want to keep already boxed up or away from the property. If the property is sold, you should check if the sale includes appliances etc so you know whether you need to dispose of them or not.
What we do when clearing your house
Our friendly and experienced team will carefully pack up all of the property contents and make sure they are handled with care. When it comes to a professional house clearance service, we’ll be there at a time that suits you. And then we clear everything from your home, safely, securely and with no mess left behind. Just tell us what you want taken and away it goes – It really is that simple. Give us a call or Contact Us Here
How much does house clearance cost?
A house clearance service can cost anything from a few hundred pounds for a small loft, right up to over a thousand pounds if you’re clearing an entire property. Prices will vary depending on factors such as how much stuff is involved, how many rooms there are and whether or not any specialist equipment needs to be hired. Our prices start at around £150 and generally range from £300–£1,500 for a full house clearance; however we only charge for what we remove and we do reduce the cost where there are any items of any value – which is another reason why we’re often more competitive than our rivals. When we allow a value, we base our prices on local auction house sales prices. There is no such thing as free house clearances. Anyone who tells you any different is telling porkies! The value of the goods must at least cover the cost of any house clearance service. If the value does that, then it creates the illusion of a free clearance. Even Charity House Clearance will only take what they know they can sell.
When do you need house clearance?
The first and most obvious situation where you may need house clearance is when you have suffered a bereavement. When someone passes away, there are lots of personal items around your home that you want cleared out before putting your property on the market or putting it back up for rent. This is a bereavement house clearance service. It’s important to consider if any valuables might be present – such as jewellery or family heirlooms – and offset the value against the cost of the house clearance. In some cases the value exceeds the cost and we can pay you Another situation where you may require our house clearance service is moving home, especially downsizing. This can be especially difficult if you don’t have enough room in your new home for everything from your old place, but that doesn’t mean you should hold onto boxes of unwanted junk. Depending on how much stuff you have—and how much space it takes up—you may also benefit from hiring a rubbish removal company after moving. And whether or not you’re moving, a lot of people turn to a house clearance service when they downsize or end up with too much stuff after redecorating their home or buying new furniture.
Is your garden full of junk?
A cluttered garden can make a house look messy. Maybe you want to host a party but don’t want guests to see that your yard is full of junk. Maybe you just need someone else to remove all that scrap metal. Either way, we can help. Call us for a chat on 07833 448272 and speak to Jennie or Nicola.
The Family Run House Clearance Service
Our staff are friendly and knowledgeable and have years of experience in dealing with junk removal from gardens and homes across Lancashire and Greater Manchester . Call us today for rubbish removal, scrap metal collection, or simply a tidy-up. We look forward to helping you! A cluttered garden can make a house look messy. Maybe you want to host a party but don’t want guests to see that your yard is full of junk. Maybe you just need someone else to remove all that scrap metal. Either way, we can help. Our staff are friendly and knowledgeable and have years of experience in dealing with rubbish removal from gardens and homes across Lancashire and Greater Manchester . Call us today for rubbish removal, scrap metal collection, or simply a tidy-up. We look forward to helping you!
Some items may carry a surcharge on top of the cost.
Items such as Fridges and Freezers, Sprung Mattresses, Gas Bottles and Car Tyres are the most common we come across. The surcharge is not applied to the initial quote because the items may be sellable or re-useable. Therefore the item could be an asset that we would allow a reduction for, as opposed to a liability we would have to charge extra for. There are some items we will not clear such as rubble and soil. Also there are some things we cannot remove such as asbestos though we can advise on the cheapest option for you. These are the most common items with surcharges with our house clearance service:-
Fridge / Freezer
Old TV / Monitor
Items in good condition are treated as assets and the value of the items is taken from the cost of the house clearance service or rubbish removal. This is why we do not add them to the initial quote.
SAFE TRADER SCHEME MEMBER
Lancashire House Clearance Service (Under Lancashire Clearance Services Ltd) are keen to promote good customer service. Fair practice with our services is a must. This is why we joined Lancashire County Council’s Trading Standards Safe Trader Scheme. Businesses registered with the scheme have demonstrated their commitment to fair and honest trading practices and delivering good customer service,