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What is a House Clearance and Whats Involved

What is a house clearance?

When houses become too cluttered or when a family member passes away or for what ever other reason it often becomes necessary to call a professional house clearance company. A house clearance can be full or partial, with a partial clearance involving the removal of some clutter and a full house clearance involving the complete clearing of the property. In a full house clearance, the house is stripped bare, recycling all that can be recycled, and keeping anything that you would like to keep. However, house clearances are not just limited to homes but can include offices, factories, churches, schools and almost any other property imaginable.

The work often involves transporting large objects away, dumping large amounts of rubbish and many incidental costs such as skip hire. To clear a standard 3 bedroom property you might expect to hire at least three skips at between £140 and £160 each. This means that it is far more economical to hire a professional than to do it yourself. In essence, a house clearance means a new start for the house, no matter what its past it is given a blank slate as a property, to be sold, rented out or used into the future.

In summary, a house clearance is the easiest, cheapest and most environmentally friendly way to clear a property that is too cluttered.

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