We use LARGE house clearance vans and pack BIG loads.

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We clear EVERYTHING from the house as well as clearing any GARAGES, OUTBUILDINGS, SHEDS AND LOFTS. We clear the full house from top to bottom NO EXTRA CHARGES for mattresses, beds, freezers or fridges. We can REMOVE ALL CARPETS IF REQUIRED and DISCONNECT AND REMOVE ANY WASHERS OR COOKERS. We even offer a SAME DAY CLEANING SERVICE day if need be. CALL US NOW FOR A FAST QUOTE 07966 311 536 or contact us via email.

Source: Old unwanted postcard from a recent house we cleared.

The environmental impact of house clearance and ways to minimize it.

House clearance, the process of removing and disposing of items from a house, can have a significant environmental impact. From the production of new items to the disposal of ones, the clearance process can contribute to pollution, deforestation, and other environmental problems. However, there are ways to minimize the environmental impact of house clearance and make the process more sustainable.

Did you know? We donate everything to charity that is reusable and anything none reusable goes to recycling centres.

One of the main ways that house clearance can impact the environment is through the disposal of items. Many of the items that are thrown away during a clearance, such as furniture, appliances, and electronics, are not easily biodegradable and can take hundreds of years to decompose in a landfill. In addition, these items often contain toxic materials that can leach into the soil and water, causing harm to the local ecosystem.

Another way that house clearance can impact the environment is through the production of new items. When items are thrown away, they are often replaced with new, mass-produced items that are manufactured using non-renewable resources and energy. This contributes to pollution and deforestation.

To minimize the environmental impact of house clearance, there are a few steps that can be taken:

Donate or sell usable items: Instead of throwing away items that are still in good condition, consider donating them to a local charity or selling them at a garage sale. This not only keeps the items out of the landfill but also allows others to benefit from them.

Recycle or dispose of items properly: Make sure that items that cannot be donated or s are disposed of properly. This may include recycling metal, plastic, and paper or taking hazardous materials, such as batteries and paint, to a designated facility for safe disposal.

Use environmentally friendly methods of disposal: When disposing of items, consider using environmentally friendly methods, such as composting or using a service that specializes in green disposal.

Consider the impact of buying new items: Before buying new items to replace ones, consider the environmental impact of their production. Look for items made from sustainable materials and produced by companies with good environmental practices.

Hire a responsible clearance company: When hiring a clearance company, make sure to choose one that follows environmental best practices, such as recycling and donating usable items.

By taking these steps, it is possible to minimize the environmental impact of house clearance and make the process more sustainable. It is important to be mindful of the impact of our actions on the environment and take steps to reduce it where possible.