A Professional House Clearance Company in Carshalton
Based in the London borough of Sutton, Carshalton has a village-type feel, with plenty of green spaces to enjoy.
Well-known landmarks in this area include Strawberry Lodge, Lavender Fields and Little Holland House, which was the home of the artist and designer Frank Dickinson. There is also the Honeywood Museum, a grade II listed house which has, among many other things, a large collection of Edwardian toys.
Famous people associated with this town include the novelist Alison Weir, Cliff Richard, and former Prime Minister John Major.
Greenleaf Clearance regularly provides house and office clearances in Carshalton.
No matter how much stuff you might have, we will remove it punctually and professionally. Anything which can be recycled will be.
Highly recommended and rated by our previous customers, Greenleaf Clearance can help you get rid of any type of waste. You can rest assured that we have all the relevant licences and full insurance.
We offer a huge range of services for the removal of waste. Whether you have a backlog of items in a loft, garage or basement, we can tailor our services to suit your needs. Our services include scrap metal removal, dealing with fly-tipping and helping hoarders to clear-out stuff.
If you need a house clearance in Carshalton, simply get in touch for more information today.
If you are disposing of waste from your property or business then you need to make sure you fulfil certain responsibilities
We can help with all of your responsibilities, which include:
Doing everything you can to prevent, reuse, recycle or recover waste (we can advise)
Sorting and storing waste safely and securely (we can help)
Completing a waste transfer note for each load of waste that leaves your premises (we will remind you of this)
Checking that your waste carrier is registered to dispose of waste (we will provide you with all our licenses)
Not allow your waste to be disposed of illegally (we make sure this would never happen)
For more info you can go to the Environment Agency Website