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Environmental Property Clearance offers a full range of house clearance services in Bridgnorth. We can clear all types of properties: Flats with no lift; compulsive hoarding property that’s vermin infested; or even a 4 bedroomed house that’s full of clutter.
Our training staff are aware of certain situations, and understand that they can be difficult and distressing for the family, we pride ourselves in carrying out our services with care, attention and empathy, ensuring we prevent as little disruption as possible, with our unmarked vehicles, we like to keep the work as discreet as possible.
We will take great care when working, making sure that no damage comes to any entrances of buildings, hallways or gardens. Any Confidential documents, valuable goods, or sentimental items are photographed, boxed and documented, and given back to the family.
As one of the preferred suppliers for Birmingham, Solihull and Wolverhampton Social Services, Wolverhampton Council, Trident Group, Accord Group, and many estate agents, solicitors and construction companies, we pride ourselves in being able to deliver a ‘ One Stop Shop’ house clearance service to all our Bridgnorth clients, taking the stress away from start to finish.
What Does a House Clearance Bridgnorth Company Do?
Clearance services are offered by a few different types of business. This includes specialist companies, removal companies, general waste removal companies, as well as ‘man and van’ sole traders.
A specialist property clearing company, however, specialises in a number of specific services.
We have a number of property clearance services in Bridgnorth that are targeted to help a range of people. We aim to help those who are unable to manage property clear-outs themselves, ranging from a number of backgrounds and contexts.
Our services are tailored to help the following people:
TYPES OF CLEARANCES WE OFFER:
- End of Tenancy
- Hazardous Waste
- Fly Tipping
- Drug Den
EPC are fully licensed and insured, so any waste will be transported safely, with a waste disposal note issued to you for record.
Our staff will ensure they leave your property clean and tidy, and will also provide additional information on our other services we provide. If you require help with the resale for a ‘FREE’ no obligation quotation, please call us on 0121 728 6502 or complete our on-line form below.
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About Bridgnorth, ENG
Bridgnorth is a town in Shropshire, England. The River Severn splits it into a High Town and Low Town, the upper town on the right bank and the lower on the left bank of the River Severn. The population at the 2011 Census was 12,079. == History == Bridgnorth is named after a bridge over the River Severn, which was built further north than an earlier bridge at Quatford. The earliest historical reference to the town is in 895, when it is recorded that the Danes created a camp at Cwatbridge; subsequently in 912, Æthelfleda constructed a mound on the west bank of the River Severn, or possibly on the site of Bridgnorth Castle, as part of an offensive against the Danes. Earliest names for Bridgnorth include Brigge, Brug and Bruges, all referring to its position on the Severn.After the Norman conquest, William I granted the manor of Bridgnorth to Roger de Montgomerie. The town itself was not created until 1101, when Robert of Bellême, 3rd Earl of Shrewsbury, the son of Roger de Montgomerie, moved from Quatford, constructing a castle and a church on the site of the modern-day town. The town became a royal borough on Robert Bellême's attainder in 1102. The castle's purpose was to defend against attacks from Wales. The town was attacked and burnt by Roger Mortimer, 1st Earl of March during the Despenser War in 1322.Bridgnorth's town walls were initially constructed in timber between 1216 and 1223; murage grants allowed them to be upgraded to stone between the 13th and 15th centuries.
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