By David, Oct 2 2018 08:33AM
House Clearance companies are all different in what service they provide. Some companies just clear the properties, where others clean as well.
Sometimes, it is necessary to carry out a full or partial house clearance to create space, prepare a property for sale/rent, or to clear the home of a deceased relative. A house clearance can be a major task, and hiring a professional and reliable firm to carry it out for you can be immensely helpful.
This article explains what house clearances involve and why they are used.
What is a House Clearance?
A house clearance involves full – or just partial – removal of the contents of a household. Typically, house clearances are used to prepare a home for new occupation by getting rid of unwanted clutter left over from previous dwellers.
Landlords and letting agents commonly utilise house clearance services between lets, to make sure that the house, flat or apartment is ready to be occupied again. A house clearance might also be needed to clear out a hoarder’s home, which may be entirely filled with myriad unused items. If you’re downsizing, a house clearance can be particularly useful in quickly removing items that you either can’t or don’t want to take with you.