Emmaus Merseyside offers a range of house clearance services to individuals and organisations across Merseyside.
Our professional house clearance service supports the Emmaus Merseyside charity. This means that all of the revenue generated from the clearance or the sale of any items we collect, is used to offer a home and personal support to people who have experienced homelessness.
What services do we offer?
- Free Donation Only service – we can visit your premises and collect for free items that can be resold in our charity stores.
- Full/Partial House Clearance service – If you would like us to collect everything we provide a chargeable house clearance service. In these instances, items which we can’t sell will be recycled or disposed of and a waste transfer note will be issued.
- Full Clear and Clean service - If you would like us to collect everything and clean the property afterwards we provide a chargeable service. In these instances, items which we can’t sell will be recycled or disposed of and a waste transfer note will be issued.
In addition to house clearances, Emmaus Merseyside also offers garage clearances and office clearances. We can also carry out rubbish removals as a chargeable service based on the weight of waste collected. In this instance a waste transfer note will be issued.
Emmaus Merseyside is a registered waste carrier (licence number: CBDL239049) and we have public and employer liability insurance for any work we undertake. We aim to offer a professional service that is fast and friendly, discreet and carried out in courteous manner.
We always carry out an assessment in advance of the clearance to assess the work required (provide a quote, if chargeable), agree the date and time of the collection and to let you know if there are any items which we would be unable to collect for legal, safety or quality reasons.
To arrange a clearance of any kind please call 07519 111 698, Monday to Friday 9:30am to 4:30pm, or email email@example.com
Support for Emmaus Merseyside's house clearance services has been provided through The Waste Driven Project funded by the Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority and Veoila Community Fund.