Samco ServicesWe are a local and independent company who can offer efficient and cost effective House Clearance in East Grinstead, Crawley, Tunbridge Wells, Edenbridge and the areas listed below working with house owners, solicitors and estate agents to fulfil exactly what the house owner requires. We act with dignity and respect in what can be a difficult time for the customer and make everything go as smoothly as it can. We understand that a House Clearance can sometimes be the last thing people need to deal with which is why we can have a pre chat with the customer and then can take control getting it done as quickly as possible. We can box items up and can even offer a cleaning service and garden tidy up once the clearance in complete. Our prices very much depend on the items we are removing. Unlike some companies we always take into account the resell value of the items we are removing. If items are reusable this will create a large impact on the price we can quote you. We will always talk to you about what it will cost prior to the clearance and this will then be set in stone regarding that we have been shown everything that needs to be cleared and that all items that are shown to us on the initial pre chat are still in the property on the Clearance date. Please note we do not currently offer a general rubbish disposal service and only involve ourselves in house clearances. We do offer single item clearances and furniture disposal if you have a sofa etc you need removing in time for a new one coming in but can only do so with reusable items. We do understand that in full house clearances we will come across things that need to be disposed of which we will fulfil but do not offer this as a service on its own due to the high cost of disposal of rubbish. The majority of items that we remove are reused and not filling up landfills around the country. We have a waste license as required by the Environmental agency. We also donate items to local charities. House Cleara...
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