Posts Tagged: Cleanup

How We Price Up at Clearance and Cleanup

Everyone needs help sometimes and if you need help clearing out your property or moving house then we can be of assistance.  We want to give you an honest and economical method of assistance so that you don’t have to ‘look around’ to see what the best deals are from various business, because we guarantee… Read more »

House Clearance Discovers Picasso Sketch

On the 28th July 2016, New Lanark in Scotland, will be hosting the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow.  New Lanark is said to be one of the most aesthetically pleasing and historic settings that has ever been filmed for the Antiques Roadshow.  It is a world heritage site illustrating industrial history, which includes an 18th century mill… Read more »

Where do people go wrong with their House Clearance?

Tom Pickering, the owner of Clearance and Clean Up, is asked certain questions extremely frequently.  So we thought, what better than writing an article in an attempt to answer those questions for you.  We don’t want moving house or house clearances to be as daunting as people often think they are.  They key to everything… Read more »

How Can You Reduce the Cost of YOUR House Clearance?

Tom Pickering, Clearance and Clean Up   Tom’s Top Tips Get yourself organised – this is the key for a smooth, successful and the most economical house clearance possible for everybody involved. Remove the items that you definitely want to keep so that clearance can be done with minimum fuss and confusion. Give reusable items,… Read more »

The Best House Clearance Ever

House clearances are occurring every day across Britain and are often rather stressful.  But sometimes, just sometimes, one comes across something one never expected to find, which is exactly what happened for a Northern house clearance company. A recent house clearance occurred in Newcastle, where a letter was discovered.  It was later noted that it… Read more »

“Good Things Come To Those Who Wait!” – Guinness Slogan Proves Right in House Clearance

This month, the heirs to the Guinness brand, auctioned off the contents of their Georgian property, Furness House, which was built in 1740.  The auction was held at Killashee House Hotel due to the house currently being for sale.  Patrick and Louise Guinness (Patrick being thedirect descendent) are the seventh generation, post Arthur Guinness, when… Read more »

Construction Waste

We’ve all heard the expression “looks like a building site” said when a place looks messy, and for good reason. Building and construction sites are messy places and produce a lot of waste. With all the rubbish and waste materials left behind during construction, it is often difficult to manage and dispose of correctly. Did… Read more »

Show Rubbish the Red Card

Playing fields and parks are focal points within communities and are used by lots of people for a variety of reasons. As events are often staged in these public spaces however, littering and rubbish becomes a problem for those that use them afterwards. The issue of littering is one which has been around for a… Read more »