Glasgow House Clearance – What Happens After House Clearance?

We undertake house clearance in all areas of Glasgow: Drumchapel Easterhouse Firhill Garnethill Garrowhill Garscadden Garthamlock Germiston Gilshochill Greenfield Haghill Hamiltonhill High Possil High Ruchill Hillhead Hogganfield Hyndland Jordanhill Kelvindale Kelvinside Newbank North Kelvinside Park District Parkhead Partick Partickhill Possilpark Provanhall Provanmill..

How Does Northern House Clearance Services Work?

  • The first step is to CALL US ON 07966 311 536 for prices/quote.
  • We will ask you a few simple questions in order to understand your situation.
  • We usually just require 24 hours notice. We like to turn up at 9am on the day of our appointment and stay until the house clearance is complete.
  • Once we have removed all of the furniture, junk & rubbish from the house we will issue you with an invoice for your records.
  • We ALWAYS keep household items to one side which we know can be either re-used or donated free to charity. Our house clearance charges are fair & we do NOT add 20% VAT on the final price.

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What happens after house clearance?

In order to have a better idea of the post house clearance period, it is worth defining what clearance actually is. The process of house clearance involves the removal of clutter and unwanted items from  a home and other places like the attic, basement, garage and so on. House Clearance Glasgow also involves complete clean/up and disinfecting of the affected areas. This process is an important part of maintaining and keeping your house healthy. Big properties need house clearance every two years or so, small flats need frequent clearance as they can become cluttered quickly.

Most people love to acquire new possessions but don’t like to throw things away; this can soon become a problem for the people living in that house. The big consideration is hygiene and air quality in the house. If your house is full of clutter and items that haven’t been moved in a long time, there could be a strong chance of mold, mildew or rust. Moisture may even attract pests and generate bacteria. All these factors reduce air quality and can cause serious health issues for your family and pets. In terms of timing, the middle of spring is the best time to do a house clearance. This is when the weather is fine / not too cold and not too hot.

Most people are worried about coping with the house clearance and not the aftermath. The after / clearance process can be just as important as the clearance itself. After you spend the time to clear up the rubbish, recycling, disinfecting and spot treating the dirty areas, it is really important to recognise the implications of this.

You don’t have to do a massive annual house clearance, if you can do regular upkeep in between. The things that you can do include maintaining the living spaces, do regular cleanups and keep the house tidy and healthy.

What is the best way to do this?

For starters, if you buy any new item make sure to get rid of some old items first. This may be difficult for some people, but it’s the best way to reduce clutter. Secondly, make sure to occasionally sort through your wardrobes, drawers, garage and other parts of your house that tend to become cluttered and dispose of any unused items.

Finally, become comfortable with the idea that your house is much better without clutter and useless items taking up your living space. Post Glasgow house clearance you will likely have many items to get rid of. Make sure to sort them properly / recycling, charity, landfill or for sale. The last point might be one of the best things about house clearance / you can sell your unwanted items and make some cash off of it / it’s a win/win situation.

And after the house clearance is over, make sure to keep your checklist or itinerary for next time / it will be a lot easier to already be prepared rather than starting from scratch. Have a list of things to do regularly / 2 to 3 times a month, for example, in order for the house to remain clean. You can do all of this yourself, however if you have the money / you can hire house clearance Glasgow to do it for you. This might prove to be more time consuming however, as you may slow them down by taking the time to think about what you want to keep or throw away. For first time clearance, it is recommended to do it yourself so you can spot any potential health hazards caused by the clutter around your house.