Using a house clearance service is a sensible method to get rid of clutter and undesirable objects from your home quickly. However, knowing what the house clearance procedure entails can help you understand what is expected of you and the house clearance company you’ve chosen. Here’s what to anticipate.
You should anticipate having to organize yourself. You will discuss the job with the house clearance service you select. They’ll inquire as to how many rooms need to be cleared, what items must be removed, and what must remain. You will be expected to organize what you wish to keep and what you need to trash away or give.
Organize objects in each space to keep things easy. Each room should have a keep pile, a discard pile, and a donation pile. Clearing your property will be simple and quick as a result of this.
Your house clearance company will arrive on time and be set to work right away on the day of your clearance. They will take away all of the goods you have organized promptly. You can expect your house to be cleared in an hour (for lesser chores) or a day (for larger jobs) (for bigger jobs).
Depending on what needs to be removed, a tenancy clearance, bereavement clearance, or emptying the home of a hoarder can take up to three days.
If you have children, it is recommended that they not be present on the day of the clearing to avoid any mishaps or injuries.
If the clearance crew discovers any documentation that appears to be important during the clearance, it will be set aside so you can decide what to do with it.
If you’re donating stuff, some house clearance businesses, such as ReGen Clearances, have their charity shop where they sell donated items and raise money for good causes. You may be asked if you want to sell your donations.
After your property has been emptied and items have been loaded, you must dispose of the items properly and in an environmentally friendly manner. It’s critical to check that the house clearance firm you hired has the proper garbage disposal licenses.
Items may be fly-tipped if they don’t, and if they can be traced back to you, you could face a hefty fine.
Hazardous material will not be removed as part of a house clearing, unfortunately. When discussing your project with the clearance firm you hired, they should make it clear what they can and cannot erase. Your waste removal firm, on the other hand, can advise you on how to safely dispose of hazardous waste.