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Rubbish Removal Waterloo SE1

Our highly trained two-man waste disposal teams can provide you with the best rubbish clearance in Waterloo SE1. We use a transparent pricing module whereby you only ever pay for the space that you use on our trucks. This provides you with the peace of mind of knowing that you will never be over charged for the services that we offer. Please see our pricing page for further information, or give us a call and speak to one of our advisors, they will be more than happy to assist you with any information or assistance that you may require. If it’s time to rid yourself of that unwanted junk, give us a call and we can make it disappear in a flash, with a rubbish removal in Waterloo SE1.

Some of the most sought after rubbish removal services that we offer are below:

  • Rubbish Clearance

  • House Clearance

  • Garden Clearance

  • Garage Clearance

  • Flat Clearance

  • Rubbish Removal

  • Shed Removal

  • Fly Tipping Clearance

  • Basement or Loft Clearance

  • Shop Waste Disposal

  • Office Waste Disposal

  • End of Tenancy Clearance

Our Waterloo rubbish removal teams are known to be the best in the area and can provide expert assistance with all aspects of rubbish clearance including, but not limited to furniture disposal. Some of the furniture disposal services that we offer include sofa disposal, fridge freezer collection and mattress disposal. During the festive season we can also help with Christmas tree disposal and Christmas tree collections. We can also remove other rubbish such as building materials, electronic waste which is also known as e-waste. This would include such items as TV’s, microwaves, DVD players, Sky boxes and so on. So, what is there to think about? Book your rubbish clearance in Waterloo SE1 now from Rubbish Cleared.

Rubbish Clearance Waterloo SE1
Rubbish Clearance in Waterloo

House Clearance in Waterloo SE1

For a fantastic house clearance in Waterloo, you need not look any further than right here, as you are at the perfect place to secure the services that you need. To allow your home to become overwhelmed with unwanted junk is not only unsightly but can also be detrimental to your health. In this day and age, we all understand that rubbish or junk can attract germs and vermin, which in turn can spread disease. For the sake of your health and wellbeing it is particularly important to maintain a clutter free home. We can assist you with keeping your home clear with our house clearance in Waterloo service.

We are not only able to offer one of the best house clearance services in the area we can also offer an apartment or flat clearance if that is what you require. As well as this we can also offer other services such as probate, compulsive hoarder or end of tenancy clearances. We can also provide smaller waste removal services, such as clearing your loft or basement as well as our highly sought after garage waste removal service if that is what you require. No matter what type of household waste or furniture you have, we can dispose of it for you in a professional and responsible manner. Well, what are you waiting for? Don’t wait around, pick up the phone and give us a call on 020 3488 5215 now, and book your house clearance in Waterloo SE1.


Garden Clearance in Waterloo SE1

You do not have to be Alan Titchmarsh to understand that you do not want rubbish, junk or clutter spoiling your garden. If your outside space is being spoiled by junk, then we can help you out as a garden clearance company in Waterloo SE1. We have a dedicated and professional team of garden waste removal experts on hand to carry out any garden clean up work that you require. We can offer various other services when it comes to keeping your garden tidy including a shed contents disposal. We can also offer a complete shed removal service if that is what you require. From A-Z we do it all by carrying out a garden rubbish disposal in Waterloo.

A garden waste disposal is vital in ensuring that you can enjoy the fresh air whilst sitting on your decking or patio. Nobody wants to look at unsightly waste when trying to enjoy your morning coffee, or a ice cold glass of wine in the evening. If you have recently pruned your bushes or cut your grass, the last thing you should want is to have the waste hanging around in rubbish bags spoiling your view. To remedy this problem simply contact Rubbish Cleared and we’ll send a team to complete your garden rubbish removal.


How Much Does Waste Disposal Cost?

The cost of your waste removal will very much depend on the volume and/or the weight of the waste that you wish to have removed. Builders waste for example is usually very heavy so the price will be calculated by the weight, where as household junk isn't anywhere near as heavy, so the price will usually be calculated from the volume, and how much space it takes up on our trucks. With prices starting from just £48.00 we're sure that we have a service that is within your budget. For further information please see our prices page or give us a call and one of our friendly team will be happy to give you any advice or information that you may require.


Interesting Facts: Waterloo, London

Waterloo is a district in Central London, and part of the Bishops ward of the London Borough of Lambeth. It is situated 1 mile (1.6 km) east of Charing Cross. The area is part of a business improvement district known as Waterloo Quarter, which includes The Cut and the Old Vic and Young Vic theatres. It includes some sections of the London Borough of Southwark.

The area was marshland towards the northern tip of the ancient parish of Lambeth. It was known as Lambeth Marshe, but was drained in the 18th century and is remembered in the Lower Marsh street name.

Waterloo is connected to the Strand area on the north bank of the River Thames by Waterloo Bridge. The first bridge on the site was opened in 1817 and the current bridge was opened in 1945. The bridge was named to commemorate the Battle of Waterloo in 1815. Waterloo Road also dates from this time, built on land belonging to the Archbishop of Canterbury.[4]. St John's, Waterloo was constructed from 1822 by the Commissioners for Building New Churches as the population of the parish of Lambeth had significantly increased. After the opening of Waterloo railway station in 1848 via the Nine Elms to Waterloo Viaduct the locality around the station and Lower Marsh became known as Waterloo. The boundary of the ecclesiastical parish of St John Waterloo established in 1824 was formed by the River Thames in the north and west, approximated Westminster Bridge Road in the south, and followed the boundary with Southwark in the east.

The public library in Waterloo was constructed in 1893. It remained open until the early 1960s when it was vacated due to its poor condition. The building now houses the Waterloo Action Centre.

Roupell Street is noted for its well-preserved Georgian housing and is often used as a TV and film location.

Interesting Facts Source: Wikipedia


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