house clearance

Comprehensive house clearance services in Kent

Cinders House Clearance will clear your home thoroughly and efficiently, and do so for a very competitive price. We will clear your property of all its contents also leaving the house clean and tidy ready for sale or transfer back to landlords. We pride ourselves on achieving great results at your convenience. You can also count on us for bereavement clearance and garden clearance. We work all across Kent, including Swanley and Bexley - for a free quote, simply call us today.

Our house clearance service includes:

  • Full and part house clearance

  • All furniture and heavy items

  • All rubbish cleared

  • Any size job undertaken

  • Bereavement house clearance

  • Disposal service included

  • Stair lifts removed

Expert garden clearance

You can rely on Cinders House Clearance for both house and garden clearance services. We can clear any types of gardens. Grass can be cut then regularly maintained if desired. We can remove then dispose of weeds, brambles and other waste materials including any hazardous waste. Broken sheds, old garden furniture cleared will be disposed of or recycled.

Get a free quote today!

If you require house clearance services in Swanley, Bexley, Bromley, Orpington, Dartford, Gravesend or Sevenoaks feel free to get in touch with John. We also specialise in office clearance and probate work.

Benefit from our professional house clearance service 7 days a week in Swanley, Bexley and wider Kent area. For a free quote call us today.

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  • Gold, silver, jewellery and other precious metals.

  • Collections of Royal Doulton, Lladro, Nao, Crown Derby, Wedgwood

  • Dinner & tea services, vases, crystal & glassware

  • Items of furniture such as chests of drawers, tables, chairs

We buy:

"John cleared a house for us. He was reliable, charged a reasonable price, very pleasant to deal with and did a really fantastic job. What more can I say?"

Carole Poulton