House Clearance services from Safer Clear
Here at Safer Clear we are aware that a house clearance is often following a loss, and that we are removing items that hold memories. As such our core values are that of respect, dignity and efficiency. We always try and avoid items going to landfill, we do this through our close ties with local charities. We want every item that we remove during house clearance to find a new home. If they can’t be donated to a worthwhile cause then items are recycled. The value of items we remove are deducted from the cost of the clearance, so we may end up paying you.
Did you know that you are still legally responsible for your waste after it leaves your property? Using a company that is not a registered waste carrier can see your waste fly tipped, and possibly you held liable. Safer Clear are fully registered waste carriers with the Environment Agency, and as such you can trust that any waste is disposed of responsibly.
How does house clearance with Safer Clear work?
Frequently Asked Questions About House Clearances with Safer Clear
How much does house clearance from Safer Clear cost?
Short answer… it depends…sorry, we know you just want a straight answer but it depends greatly on the size of the property, the location, and how much content there is to remove. As a rule of thumb, an average 2 bed property with one load in one Luton van and a 3 man team will cost £600. This is very much a guide price and will vary significantly, so get in touch for an accurate cost. Items of high value found in the property are subtracted from our fee. Beware companies offering “free” house clearances. they are likely uninsured, not registered with the Environment Agency, and not going to inform you of items of value, and most likely, as waste disposal is the highest cost of a house clearance company, they are going to fly tip anything deemed not valuable.
Are you registered to carry commercial waste?
Yes we are, you can check our details below.
Is there anything you can’t take?
The only thing we can’t take are gas ovens and boilers that are still fitted, this requires a gas safety certificate which we do not currently have. You should ensure that any house clearance company offering to disconnect a gas appliances has the correct certification to do so.
Should I pack items before you arrive?
No, please do not pack anything if you have not already done so as we have to separate & sort items for recycling & charity. We can pack everything ourselves, clothing, empty drawers, cupboards and even the food from the cupboards.
Do you donate items to charity?
Yes, the majority of the items we clear from houses goes to charity, we have close relationships with several local charities, however if you have a charity you would like items to go to then please just let us know and we can always try to accommodate.
What do I do now?
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