House clearance including carpet clearance

House clearance including carpet clearance

House clearance including carpet clearance
House clearance including carpet clearance

House clearance including carpet clearance

GB House Clearance was called to take care of a house clearance including carpet clearance. Carpet clearances are not an unsual request nowadays. Most of the houses have got carpets, it helps to keep the house warm during cold winters.

However, when the owner changes it is time to get rid of the old carpets. As removing carpets by yourself can turn out quite challenging, you should consider to get professional help. Experienced also in this type of clearance, our team was able to process this full house clearance including carpets. This kind of job requires not only muscle strength, but also accuracy and carefulness, in order to deliver a clean result as shown in the pictures.

How we worked:

Before we started with the job, we asked the client to sort out, what items needs clearance and which one should be kept. When we arrived the client made clear that all items in the house needed clearance. In order to start with the clearance process, we removed all bulky furniture and items. After that all small items have been collected. Last but not least important, the carpets have been taken out. This didn’t go as smoothly as we hoped. Starting off in one corner of the room, the carpet didn’t come of straight away. Therefore it was necessary to cut the carpet into 6 inch by 6 inch squares in order to help the process started. After that little trouble was quickly solved it all went as planned. The client was very happy with the result, as he returned to a fully cleared house. Before closing the job and dumping the unwanted goods, it was necessary to sort stuff by material and to decide, what parts could be recycled or donated. It is very important to maintain an environmental friendly service, that is the reason why the team of GB house clearance takes the time to meet the recycling requirements during the dumping process.

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