Hire the Most Reliable Rubbish Removal Company in Ladbroke Grove
Green Waste Clearance offers waste collection services in Ladbroke Grove W11 to commercial and domestic clients. The teams collecting rubbish are located in key points around Ladbroke Grove and we are ready to provide the rubbish removal service you need in a timely fashion.
What makes Green Waste Clearance truly special?
- Great availability - 7 days a week, including bank holidays
- Prompt reactions - same day service is definitely possible
- Skilled team - vetted and battle-tested
- Local service provider
- A variety of waste collected - We take almost any kind of junk you can think of
What jobs do we provide in Ladbroke Grove W11?
There's hardly a challenge a team of highly-trained and experienced rubbish collection professionals can't handle. No job is too big or too small. You can call us about all kinds of dirty work which will be dealt with appropriately. Here are some of the services we offer:
House Clearance – do you have rooms at your home in W11 that need full clearance? Or maybe your entire home does? If that's the case, give us a call and the teams will take care of it for you.
Rubbish Removal - got a large pile of rubbish at home after your last cleaning session? We can help you get rid of it. The teams will be happy to take it off your hands in a safe and hassle-free manner.
Garden Clearance – clearing the garden can often be one of the most boring and mundane of all chores. The good news is that you no longer have to deal with it. We can do that for you.
Furniture Removal – do you have some old furniture you would like to get rid of as painlessly as possible? You no longer have to worry. The Ladbroke Grove experts we work with will gladly dispose of your old furniture in a safe and timely manner.
Commercial Waste Collection – is your business in the need of waste collection? Then do we have the offer for you. Our commercial rubbish removal service in Ladbroke Grove will solve all your waste clearance problems.
Building Waste Removal – it's impossible to build a structure without having waste and rubble left, and it's not always easy to deal with. However, our company doesn't shy away from a challenge, so we offer you building waste disposal at a very affordable price rate.
Frequently asked questions about our services in Ladbroke Grove W11
1. What are your working hours in the Ladbroke Grove W11 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 W11 area?
Yes, the operatives cover the entire W11, as well as neighbouring areas.
3. Do you provide the full range of services in the W11 area?
Indeed, we do offer the full range of waste collection services in every area we cover, including Ladbroke Grove.
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 does it all work?
We, at Green Waste Clearance, have managed to simplify the process of rubbish removal in Ladbroke Grove 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.
Pottery Lane is a street in Notting Hill, west London. Today it forms part of one of London's most fashionable and expensive neighbourhoods, but in the mid-19th century it lay at the heart of a wretched and notorious slum known as the "Potteries and the Piggeries". The slum came to the attention of Londoners with the building of the Hippodrome in 1837 by entrepreneur John Whyte. Unfortunately for Whyte a public right of way existed over his land and "dirty and dissolute vagabonds" from the nearby slum invaded his race-course, adding to his financial difficulties and, in part, leading to the closure of his venture in 1842...