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Highgate Wood N6 Rubbish Clearance to Save You from Useless Junk

Green Waste Clearance offers waste collection services in Highgate Wood N6 to commercial and domestic clients. The teams collecting rubbish are located in key points around Highgate Wood and we are ready to provide the rubbish removal service you need in a timely fashion.

Here's what we have in store for you:

  • Friendly and fully insured staff;
  • Our N6 services are more affordable than skip hiring and a lot simpler than dealing with the Council;
  • Teams are available 7 days a week;
  • Waste clearance offered for households, offices, shops, warehouses, garages, and more;
  • High quality service recognized by thousands of happy customers;

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.

When a rubbish collection need arises in the N6 area, the waste removal technicians are always there to help. Green Waste Clearance understands that you don't always have the time (or indeed the desire) to do the dirty work, which is why our Highgate Wood junk collection services are at your disposal. Getting rid of the unwanted junk is our job, so whether it's a large pile of rubbish or unwanted furniture, a team of experts has got you covered. Simply call 020 3404 4878 and we'll hit you with a free quote and schedule the waste clearance appointment.

Why Green Waste Clearance?

Handling large quantities of waste can be a cumbersome task, one that people should not be bothered to complete. Instead, our company offer a complete rubbish collection Highgate Wood in exchange for a fairly modest amount of money. Imagine you can simply have a cold one and put your feet up while trained waste collectors load all the items and leave without a trace.

What Services Do We Provide in Highgate Wood?

We’ve seen a lot over the years and we can say confidently that we are not afraid to work hard in order to meet, even surpass, client's expectations.

Down below you can find our most ordered services in N6:

House Clearance - You can take advantage of our house clearance service in Highgate Wood, when you need waste removal for your house or flat. Virtually any kind of household rubbish falls within the list of items we can collect for you. A few examples are washing machines, kitchen appliances, carpets, tables, etc. 

Garden Clearance - Leaves, branches and twigs can turn a beautiful garden into an abandoned-looking place. Allow the competent teams to rid you of all useless foliage so you can enjoy your garden’s full potential.

Office Clearance - When you buy new office furniture, you may end up with a lot of chairs, cabinets, sofas in your office that you don’t need anymore. Call us to clear the clutter electronics that you don’t need too, like old printers, personal computers, etc.

Builders Waste Clearance - After every building project there usually is a lot of junk and building materials behind that you don’t need anymore. The vans are specially designed for junk like that. We will come and clean it as fast as possible.

Rubbish Removal - We can collect any rubbish that you have as long as it is not hazardous or medical waste. Since we have locally based team in Highgate Wood, we can come and dispose of your waste at the very same day of your call.

Furniture Clearance - You just ordered new furniture for your home and you need it removed, before your new furniture is at your place. You can count on us for this task, because we know you are eager to use your new furniture.

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The Hampstead Ponds or Highgate Ponds are three large freshwater swimming ponds — two designated single sex, and one for mixed bathing — fed by the River Fleet in Hampstead Heath, England. They were originally dug in the 17th and 18th centuries as reservoirs. A malarial marsh was drained by the Hampstead Water Company in 1777 to meet London's growing water demand. In 2004, the City of London Corporation, which operates the Heath, tried to close the ponds on the grounds that they were an unsustainable drain on their expenses and posed a health risk to swimmers...

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