Professional House Clearances in Chiswick
Based in West London, Chiswick is well-known for having the former residence of artist William Hogarth who owned Chiswick House, a neo-Palladian villa regarded as one of the finest in England. It is also home to Fuller’s Brewery, which is London’s largest and oldest brewery.
Chiswick was originally an ancient parish in the county of Middlesex, but due to good communications with London, it became a popular country retreat and part of the suburban growth of London in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Greenleaf Clearance has a house clearance team that works across Chiswick including everywhere from Bedford Park, Grove Park and the Glebe Estate to Strand-on-the-Green.
Whether you need a full house clearance or a shed, garage or attic cleared out, Greenleaf Clearance is highly efficient. We can remove even the largest items safely, always taking the greatest care around your property. Whatever we might be removing, we will take them away without causing any disruption to your home or business.
We operate all year round to carry out house clearances in a range of locations. No matter the size of your project in Chiswick, our hard-working team will remove items promptly and efficiently.
Our team pride ourselves on both reliable services and impeccable customer service.
If you need a house clearance company in Chiswick, simply get in touch with our team 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