Void Property Clearance across London and Essex

Proactive, flexible, bespoke, responsive, quick and efficient: The All Clear Company has extensive experience when it comes to void property clearances.

We have completed clearances from: houses, warehouses, offices, shops, pubs, restaurants. You name it, we have done it.

Void property clearance in a London home

 

Working for: residential and private landlords, shopfitters, builders, facilities management companies, housing associations, managing agents, healthcare establishments and government bodies.

 



When it comes to commercial or residential void property clearance we are the ones to call:

  • We cater for private and public sector customers providing a service that can be depended upon.
  • The All Clear Company can clear all size properties and land.
  • Our void property clearance service provides our customers with a wide range of benefits.
  • The All Clear Company completes specialist squat and vandalism clearances.
  • Health and safety is a major focus when undertaking any works. If you have concerns that sharps may be present within your clearance, simply let us know and we will carry out a full needle sweep and sharps removal service.
  • We can remove and dispose of all bio hazardous waste, drug paraphernalia, needles and syringes. This is all done safely by our fully equipped and trained staff.
  • We offer a full hygiene and sanitation cleaning service on completion of works, disinfecting and fumigating the property.
  • We can remove fly-tipped waste quickly and with the minimum of fuss.
  • We offer fast and efficient property clearance for change of ownership or tenancy.
  • We can remove and dispose of old stock and furniture from commercial spaces.

All hazardous and non- hazardous waste we collect is disposed of in accordance with environmental legislation and regulations. The All Clear Company recycle and re-use where possible and only use licensed transfer stations

Other services: body fluid cleaning, crime scene cleaning, undiscovered deaths and suicide.

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