Top Notch Rubbish Clearance in Highgate N6
If you're looking for rubbish removal services in Highgate N6, you've come to the right place. It doesn't matter what kind of rubbish we're talking about – commercial or domestic, we work with a team of highly experienced waste management professionals who have the know-how to remove your waste quickly and efficiently.
What advantages do Green Waste Clearance offer you?
- Same day service (subject to availability)
- Affordable prices
- 24 hour availabilty of services
- Large array of items we can take
- Insured rubbish clearance provider
Household and Green Waste Removal Prices
|Space in the van||Cubic Yards||Time Loading||Price*|
|Min charge||1||10 min||£50 - £60|
|1⁄4 Van||3||15 min||£80 - £110|
|1/2 Van||6||30 min||£140 - £160|
|3/4 Van||9||45 min||£190 - £210|
|Full Van||12||60 min||£230 - £250|
|*The prices are based on the VOLUME and the WEIGHT of the waste for collection.|
How Green Waste Clearance' services in Highgate work?
Step 1 - Contact us and we will answer every question that you have about the rubbish collection job you need.
Step 2 - Based on the type of rubbish, volume and how much it weights, we’ll calculate an approximate estimate for you.
Step 3 - We will make you an appointment at a time that best suits you. We are available also on weekends and Bank holidays.
Step 4 - The operators will come to your property in Highgate and evaluate the price for the service, labour, transportation and disposal included.
Step 5 - If you agree with the final price, they will take care of your junk as promised.
Rubbish Clearance Services We Provide in Highgate N6
The teams are located in key positions around Highgate, which means that we are ready to deliver our services at any time. Here are the jobs that we encounter daily:
House Clearance - In Highgate, you can call us to help you clear your house or take advantage of another service of ours. You can find them all down below:
Garden Clearance - We have the tools needed to remove all the twigs, branches and leafs as fast as possible so you can have your lovely view back.
Office Clearance - Rubbish Please will help you removing your old office furniture. And we will most certainly help you with all old electronic waste. Our services come to good use in cases when lots of old desks and chairs need to be removed from the office.
Builders Waste Clearance - If you are a big company that has a lot of builder’s waste you don’t need to be explained how much junk there is left after a major project. And Green Waste Clearance can help you with all that waste because the teams are completely qualified and equipped for it.
Rubbish Disposal - We collect all kinds of waste, except medical and hazardous waste, in Highgate. Just call us and we will come and help you out.
Furniture Clearance - If you have a lot of furniture you don’t need like mattresses, wardrobes, chests of drawers or any other type of old furniture that you have at your place, we can surely be of service. Just call us and we will come to take care of every bit of waste you have.
Frequently asked questions about our services in Highgate N6
1. What are your working hours in the Highgate N6 area?
Our working hours are from 9 AM to 6 PM, 7 days a week. We can also handle jobs outside our working hours (for extra charge). We're never more than a phone call away!
2. Do you cover the entire N6 area?
Yes, the operatives cover the entire N6, as well as neighbouring areas.
3. Do you provide the full range of services in the N6 area?
Indeed, we do offer the full range of waste collection services in every area we cover, including Highgate.
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