Professional House Clearance Services in Notting Hill
Notting Hill is most famous for its colourful houses, yearly carnival, and its association with the famous rom-com starring Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant. This part of West London is one of the many locations covered by our highly experienced clearance team.
If you’re looking for house clearance services in this area, you can’t go wrong with Greenleaf Clearance: a family-run company dedicated to carrying out waste clearances to the highest standards.
Whether you have household or garden waste, we can ensure it’s removed as speedily as possible, with no mess left behind.
Why choose Greenleaf Clearance for house clearances in Notting Hill?
We are dedicated to providing the most professional, efficient and affordable house clearances throughout Notting Hill. Whether you’re moving home and need to get rid of old clutter, or you have sadly lost a family and need assistance with a house clearance, our team in West London promise the best available service.
Our clients include tenants who are moving out and need to get rid of junk before moving on. We also regularly help hoarders who are looking to have a thorough clear-out. Whatever your reasons for needing a house clearance service, the chances are we can help.
For more information on our house clearance services, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our team 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