Professional House Clearances In Falkirk
From local authority residents to private landlords, local councils to hotels and commercial refurbishments, our house clearance & office/warehouse recycling services are ideal for getting rid of domestic or commercial contents in the Falkirk area without any disruption to you, your business or your daily life.
Things we uplift...
- Home & Domestic!
- Garden & Development Land!
- Office & Commercial Workspace!
- Vacant & Development Property!
- Out Of Hours Services Available!
Things we don't uplift...
- Asbestos Removal!
- Handle Poisons Or Chemicals!
- Manage Or Transport Hazardous Goods!
Generally, home or office clearances normally consist of furniture, boxes, fixings and electricals as well as other normal things you would find in an average property or place of business and we're be happy to remove unwanted items from any premises in the Falkirk area.
Refuse we collect is delivered to The Bo'Ness Recycling Centre which can be found Here.
And we adhere strictly to SEPA guidlines which can be found Here.
Recycling And Charity.
We prefer to recycle goods we uplift whenever we can. Some items are in almost perfect condition and still have plenty of life in them. Items like these include...
- Bed Frames & Bases!
- Sofas & Soft Furnishings!
- White Goods/Electrical!
- Wardrobes & Drawers!
- Toys & Games!
- Childrens Garden Sets!
- Garden Tools!
Items like these are perfect for young families, single parents or people starting from scratch for whatever reason.
With this in mind, we donate what we can to, or through organisations such as the Social Work Department, CEA (formerly The Womans Aid) and also locally within the Falkirk area.
Why Choose Us?
We adhere to strict environmental laws and licencing to provide you with a reliable and environmentally friendly service. By using uMove Removals of Falkirk for your house clearance requirements, you can be sure that every item we uplift is moved in a clean, considerate manner.
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