CHESHIRE HOUSE CLEARANCES

We provide an affordable Cheshire house clearance service and also clear properties all over The North.

Approved and contracted by numerous housing associations and care providers

Call 0151 374 2741

We can work with the Cheshire property owner or their family and we regularly work with estate agents &  solicitors

We can clear properties in Cheshire free of charge. Please call for details

We have quickly gained the reputation for being the company to call in when a cluttered property needs clearing.

If you find yourself with a property on your hands that has to be cleared and you don’t know where to start or who to call, then call us. 

  • We will clear all items from the premises, leaving the property tidy and swept through
    •All items that are to be disposed of are taken to responsible licensed waste transfer stations with the highest recycling standard
    •We use our volunteers and employees to restore and reuse as much as possible. 
    •We offer a fixed price service, with no hidden costs
    •All our work is carried out by trained professionals. Our staff go through annual training in order to meet the strict requirements of our Housing Association clients
    •We make our stock available free of charge to charities and official organisations to support people in crisis fleeing violence

Above all our Cheshire house clearance service is highly price competitive, professional and hassle free.

How does our Cheshire house clearance service work?

It’s very easy, you call us, we visit the property and give you a free no obligation quote.

What does our Cheshire house clearance service cost?

There are three factors that influence the cost;
1. The labour required
2. The cost of disposal of the items cleared
3. The resale value of the items to be cleared

 

Cheshire Information

Cheshire is a county in northwest England, known for its rural villages of half-timber and local red sandstone buildings and for its Industrial Revolution heritage, with links to neighbouring Manchester and Liverpool. Its county seat is Chester, founded as a Roman fort in the first century A.D. and home to Roman walls and a cathedral displaying 1,000 years of architectural history.
Also in Chester, the Rows is a shopping district distinguished by its covered arcades and half-timber buildings. In the town of Crewe, the Crewe Heritage Centre's vintage locomotives and miniature railway recalls the region's industrial past. Victorian-era Anderton Boat Lift, near Northwich, transfers canal boats via a 50-ft. rigging. Visitors can learn about astronomy at Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre, which houses the giant Lovell Telescope. Tatton Park is a massive estate with formal gardens. Hiking is popular on the heathered moors of the Pennines, part of the Peak District National Park
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