HOUSE CLEARANCE OF A DECEASED
Clearing the house of a deceased loved-one, parents or as an executor can be a very emotional experience. Sorting their belongings is a painful process and can take a toll on anyone. It can be a physically demanding task for family or the executors. If you are faced with this situation, what are you going to do with the house and all the items in the home? How will you handle everything? Where will you begin? How will you find the time and energy and wh0 will help?
When losing a loved-one, you must deal with a lifetime of memories, personal possessions, furniture and belongings. Who will you trust to clear your deceased’s property?
Hiring a professional house clearance company
The practical way is to hire a professional clearance company like House To Clear. We are both professional, understanding and experienced when clearing a house of a deceased. You can trust us to clear the house because once we get the keys, we will treat the home and all that is in as if it belonged to us. We act to your instructions.
We provide a sensitive, compassionate and understanding service, competitive and hassle-free as possible. We will clear, organise and clean the home and leave it fit for renting or selling. Our staff are fully trained and experienced in handling and dealing with whole or part house clearances. They follow strict security procedures when handling our client’s property.
How do we work?
We discuss the work to be done and any particular requests and needs that our clients have. We visit the property to know the size of the job (or you can supply photos) and provide you with a fixed price quotation. We will then book a date for the house clearance to be carried out.
Depending on your instructions, we give items to charity; if any items are of value, we may consider purchasing them, with the remainder taken to a recycling transfer station.