Don’t waste time and effort in disposing of rubbish and waste accumulated at your place when you can have use deal with the situation effectively and without costing you too much money. We provide private and business customers with a sufficient choice of junk removals in Barnet, suitable for different purposes and occasions.
Being a licensed and registered waste removal service provider we have the necessary manpower, expertise and technical capacity to organise and handle any type of residential or commercial property clearance.
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We are all about safety and efficiency. Our clearance crews are made up of specially qualified waste removal technicians who will go about their work with the due precision, efficiency and punctuality. Our teams will arrive at your address fully equipped with the required tools and safety gear.
Besides our range of general purpose waste removals, Barnet based customers can also turn to us for specialised skip hire. We are fully licensed, registered and insured thus there are no permits or waiting periods required for using the service. For extra efficiency and flexibility we operate skips of various sizes and load capacity. Skip will be delivered, and then removed from a customer specified address in a suitable time and day of the week with minimum fuss and disruption. Our skip hire service is adequately priced and provides for the necessary cost efficiency in all instances.
Find your area in Barnet
- New Southgate
- West Hendon
- Chipping Barnet
- Colney Hatch
- East Barnet
- Hampstead Garden Suburb
- The Hale
- North Finchley
- Brunswick Park
- Woodside Park
- New Barnet
- East Finchley
- Childs Hill
Since we have sufficient expertise and are willing to put in the extra effort, we are able to collect rubbish from anywhere on the premises, including awkward spots like attics, lofts, basements, closets, sheds, garages, storage rooms as well as anywhere else. The technicians will be extra careful when doing this in order to avoid any damage to the premises itself.
Generally, we are able to collect and dispose of most types of waste generated by residential and commercial properties, this includes:
· All types of household waste such as renovation and construction material leftovers, old furniture and interior fixtures, carpets and other flooring surfaces, household electronics and redundant kitchen appliances etc.
· Most types of commercial property and office waste like packaging and old paperwork, files and filing cabinets, office interior fixtures, old workstations, desks and chairs, office electronics and computer equipment, water coolers, heaters, AC units and many more;
· Green, garage and shed junk including garden clippings, gardening equipment, power tools, unwanted exterior property features like benches and birdbaths etc.
Our junk removals in Barnet are also the ecofriendly way to dispose of waste as we recycle and reuse whatever possible. Salvageable materials and items in good working order are handed over to charities and community support organisations. Since we work closely with recycling depots and waste processing plants, customers can request a waste transfer notice issued by the respective facility.
In terms of cost, we are not only the more efficient alternative to skip hire, and don’t require any licensing, but we are also the most affordable service provider around. We quote and charge our customers fairly and adequately. Junk removals in Barnet are booked for all days of the week.
Barnet is one of the Outer London boroughs, and happens to be the second most populous administrative division in the capital, with three hundred and thirty one thousand registered residents. In antiquity, Barnet was a site of Roman manufacturing – evidence of pottery making was discovered in one of the suburbs in the borough. Also, there were lots of Roman coins and other metal artefacts found nearby, which means manufacturing went hand in hand with trade. In the Middle Ages, Barnet was the site of an important battle (known as the Battle of Barnet) which saw King Edward IV prevail over his foes.
The borough was formed in nineteen sixty three, then incorporated into Greater London two years later. The act for creation of the borough did not include the name of the new administrative formation. The initial propositions included “Northgate” and “Northern Heights“.