Do you have a house that needs to be cleared of unwanted furniture or belongings? Save time, money and effort by enlisting the help of W&S Recycling’s professional house clearance team. Fully trained and accredited in all relevant health & safety regulations, we also offer our clearance services to commercial properties, from offices that need old furniture removed to factories with unwanted equipment or hazardous waste.
With years of experience providing specialist clearances, W&S Recycling deliver expert services to a variety of different premises, no matter the size or industry. Our professional team are able to complete house clearances quickly and efficiently to ensure your space is cleared in a timely manner, perfect if you are short on time.
Another reason for choosing W&S house clearance team is so you won’t have to worry about trips to the busy local recycling centre or about what happens to the items once they have left the property. That’s because the W&S house clearance team strive to recycle as many of the items taken from the house, office or factory clearance as possible. With years of experience recycling such items, we can easily recognise exactly what objects can and can’t be recycled. This means that, wherever possible, the items removed from a property are given a new lease of life and waste is kept out of landfill.
Any items from house clearances that are in good condition and we deem to be valuable will be displayed in our Renaissance shop on Mannings Heath Road in Poole, a treasure trove of quality, pre-loved items at low prices. What’s more, we pay our house clearance customers for their high-value possessions.
So, what are you waiting for? If you need a house clearance, office clearance or factory clearance, contact W&S Recycling today on 01202 675564 and our friendly, experienced team will be happy to help.
Locate your nearest household waste centre and scrap yard using the list below. Unsure of where your waste needs to go? Contact our team and we'll be more than happy to help. For your local council charges visit the Oxford Council and Dorset For You websites.