House Clearance Newton Mearns Overview
In this case, a client called House Clearance Newton Mearns requesting us to clear a three-bedroomed detached house a couple of miles from Newton Mearns. The property had belonged to his father who had passed away a few months previously and the client now wanted to sell it.
The client had already sorted through his father’s personal effects and taken what he wanted to keep, as well as some pieces of antique furniture. He now wanted as to clear the remaining items.
Finally, he asked us to look out for anything he might have missed such as photographs, documents and anything else that might be of interest.
House Clearance Requirements
We started by removing the larger pieces of furniture and we separated the items that were worth selling from those that had negligible secondhand value. Once we’d cleared all the larger items, we boxed up the smaller things such as books, ornaments and kitchenware and these were donated to a charity shop on Newton Mearns high street.
After we’d cleared everything from the house we went around cleaning and vacuuming to leave the property in a pristine state. By the time we’d finished it was nearly 6 o’clock, but we were pleased that we’d managed to complete the job in one day.
During the clearance, we found some old diaries and we put those to one side to give to the client.
Disposal of Furniture, Junk & Contents
We sold some of the better pieces of furniture through our own retail unit and the money raised was set against the final cost of the house clearance. Other items of usable furniture with negligible value want to some local charities in the Newton Mearns area that we’ve previously supported, and the books, ornaments and kitchenware went to a charity shop on the High Street.
The client was more than happy with our House Clearance Newton Mearns staff and pleased that we’d managed to reduce the cost of the house clearance by selling some of his unwanted furniture. He was delighted with the diaries which had been kept by his great-uncle when he had served in the Royal Navy during World War II.