Rubbish Removal in Kingston upon Thames KT1 at Affordable Price
Are you having trouble finding a place for items you don’t use much anymore? This is an all-too-familiar problem that torments many. Green Waste Clearance is a local company providing waste removal services to the lovely people of Kingston upon Thames. Read on to discover our competitive advantages as well as a comprehensive list of services we offer.
Here's what we have to offer:
- Complete service – the teams will handle the loading, transportation and proper waste disposal;
- Ecologically conscious – the local rubbish disposal operatives in Kingston upon Thames make sure that all the refuse goes to the closest recycling centre;
- Customer service that's available 24/7;
- Fully vetted and completely insured professionals;
- No hidden charges;
Refuse Collection Services We Offer in Kingston upon Thames
Take a moment to review our great service selection:
Commercial Waste Collection - Businesses generate a lot more rubbish than your average household. Green Waste Clearance is expedient and effective enough to help corporate entities of any size.
Furniture Disposal - Constant use renders most furniture pieces obsolete. We stand ready to take away any and all furniture pieces you find useless.
Building Waste Removal - Renovation works and construction projects are known to leave a trail of rubble and other building waste. Our services in Kingston upon Thames are well suited to to help in such occasions.
House Clearance - Any house needs rubbish clearance once in awhile. If the time is ripe for your property to rid itself from the useless stuff, give us a ring straight away.
Rubbish Removal - With the advancement of technology, we tend to buy the new and toss the old. Rubbish removal in Kingston upon Thames KT1 is very much needed every so often.
Garden Clearance - From lawn mowing to removing shrubs and branches, garden waste tends to accumulate. Ordinary curbside bins do not allow for green waste, hence our esteemed garden clearance service in Kingston upon Thames.
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.|
1. How many technicians do you normally send?
In order to get the job done as quickly and efficiently as humanly possible, we send a team of two technicians. They will quickly load everything up and drive away allowing you to go about your day.
2. What are your working hours?
Our office works 24/7 for your convenience. Regardless what time of the day/night you choose to get in touch, there will be someone to speak to. Normally, the rubbish collection teams in Kingston upon Thames operate from early morning until late afternoon, however if need be, we can arrive outside of those standard timeframes. Appointment during odd hours (such as after 6 pm) may incur extra charge.
3. What happens to the rubbish you collect?
If we can find a way to reuse collected items, we certainly do. In all other cases, we’d drive the rubbish to your recycling centre in Kingston upon Thames KT1.
How does it all work?
We, at Green Waste Clearance, have managed to simplify the process of rubbish removal in Kingston upon Thames quite a lot. All we ask of our customers is to get in touch and describe what kind of rubbish they got and roughly how much of it. From that point onwards, date and time are being scheduled for junk removing specialists to arrive. Once they show up, an inspection takes place, volume of rubbish and final quote are confirmed and finalised. The rest involves bunch of rubbish disappearing and reappearing in recycling centres. Payment is only made upon completion of the service.
The Kingston Museum is an MLA-accredited local-history museum in Kingston upon Thames, southwest London, England. Built in 1904 and restored in 1992–1997, the museum features three permanent exhibits—"Ancient Origins"; the lottery-funded "Town of Kings", dealing with the borough's history in Saxon times; and " Eadweard Muybridge", devoted to the pioneering photographer who was born in and died in Kingston...