Office and Warehouse Clearances
Following business relocations, we are regularly tasked with removing and recycling unwanted furniture such as desks, cabinets, chairs, tables, and miscellaneous legacy assets including IT and AV equipment from vacated office or warehouse premises.
In many instances these works are required to be undertaken at weekends or evenings to allow for end of lease targets to be met.
Our flexible approach and proactive attitude are well recognised within our industry, allowing us to guarantee that no matter the size or complexity of the clearance, we will provide a managed service that ensures that every remaining item is cleared from your vacated premises and directly to recycling, in a cost-effective way, to agreed timelines, and in the most environmentally conscious manner.
Our large pool of resources, including 18 ton vehicles, 7.5 ton vehicles, Luton vans, Move Managers, Supervisors, IT Engineers, Fitters, and Porters will be deployed to ensure that your deadlines are met, and your expectations are delivered.
In addition to undertaking general office and warehouse clearances we also provide an “as new hand back service”, where remedial repairs may need to be completed upon vacation, signage may require removal, outside spaces such as car parks and outbuildings require clearance, and where deep cleaning of the vacated space is necessary.
Our robust recycling processes allow us to safely remove and relocate all your unrequired assets to one of our recycling facilities where they will be broken down into their component parts for them to be reutilised and repurposed.
We will provide move management throughout the clearance project, set up clear lines of communication to enable reporting on the project progress and deliver detailed reports on the volumes, and types of waste removed and recycled.
Our vast experience in planning and completing Office and Warehouse Clearances ensures that what may seem to you a daunting proposition, is delivered on time, on budget and with minimal business disruption.