Please be advised that the Anti Fly-Tipping Association offers a more comprehensive analysis guide on the cost of house clearance which you can find on their website. How Much Does House Clearance Cost? – Anti Fly-Tipping Association
We clear everything from the house and also clear any outbuildings, lofts, garages and sheds. We empty the full contents of the property from top to bottom lifting all the carpets (if required) and disconnect and remove any kitchen appliances such as cookers and washing machines. No extra charges for fridges, freezers or mattresses.
Read our guide below to finf out on average how much does house clearance cost. OR contact us to speak to us directly and recieve a quote.
We are fully licensed with the environment agency and members of AFTA – The Anti Fly Tipping Association of the UK.
Average Cost Of A House Clearance
A house clearance can be a complex and time-consuming task, particularly if you are dealing with a large property or an accumulation of belongings. Hiring a professional house clearance company can make the process much easier, but it’s natural to wonder about the cost involved. In this article, we’ll provide a comprehensive guide to the average cost of a house clearance and what you can expect to pay.
Factors That Influence the Cost of a House Clearance
The cost of a house clearance will depend on several factors, including the size of the property, the amount of belongings to be cleared, the location, and the level of service required. Here are some of the key factors that will impact the cost:
Size of the property: Larger properties will generally require more time and resources, so the cost will be higher. On the other hand, smaller properties maay cost less to clear. But as we have seen in the past the size of the property doesn’t always determine the cost because we have done jobs in small flats that have been jam packed and took more time and cost more then a three bedroom house that has the standard amount of items to clear.
Amount of belongings: It’s simple, the more there is to clear, the higher the cost will be. This is because a larger volume of items will take more van loads.
How many days are required: Most house clearances are complete on the same day but if there is a lot in the property it may carry over to the next day which will up the cost of the job in total.
The Average Cost of a House Clearance
So, on average, how much does a house clearance cost? The answer is that it depends on the factors mentioned above, but for a legitimate house clearance where the waste is disposed of legally, you can expect to pay anywhere from £400 to £5000 or more (this would be for extremely big jobs such as extreme hoards and verminous house clearances).
It’s important to keep in mind that these are just rough estimates and the actual cost will depend on the specific circumstances of your house clearance. To get a more accurate estimate, it’s best to contact us for a free no-obligation quote.
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What If The Property Needs Cleaned?
We offer a same day cleaning service for an additional fee after the clearance is complete which is ideal if the property is going up for rent or sale.
Learn More about our Domestic Property Cleaning Services.
Please beware when using the services of a house clearance company that undercharges. Many of our past customers have asked why there is such a difference in what some companies charge compared to others and the answer is – the biggest expense a legitimate house clearance company incurs is disposing of waste legally. So be aware of any companies who quote a ridiculously low price as they are most likely disposing of the waste illegaly. It always pays to use a fully licensed, reputable company because in the end it is you who will pay the price if your waste is fly-tipped. Read our How Much Does House Clearance Cost Guide