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Biddick Hall House Clearance Requirements
We were contacted earlier in the week by a gentleman requiring a 3 bed house clearance in Biddick Hall South Shields, he informed us that it was his mother’s house who had recently passed away and as he now lived in London he did not have the time to clear the house. He provided us with all the information by email, the house had a ke safe outside and he asked if we could use it for entry and put the key back when we finished.
House Clearance Overview
We arrived at the property early Saturday morning as we knew we could gain access any time using the key code provided, the house smelled musty as it had not been aired for some time, although the house was tidy it was very cluttered with books and a lifetime of belongings, we started bagging up all of the clothing, bedding and ornaments which could be taken to the local British Heart Foundation in South Shields, once all the smaller items had been bagged and boxed we moved on to clear all the furniture and white goods, we then took up all the carpets, underlay and gripper rods and swept through the property on completion as we would do normally. The garage had been used as storage and was full of boxes as well which we cleared. It took six hours to clear the property and two van loads due to the amount of goods in the house. As the customer could not be present we took photographs of every room once we had finished to send to him by email as he could not get to his family home in Biddick Hall until the following week.
Disposal of Contents
A lot of the books, ornaments, clothing and bedding was in good condition, we took these to charity shops in Biddick Hall and South Shields, the remainder of the goods were taken to a local recycling station in South Shields which we use frequently.
We emailed our customer afterwards with the photographs, he was delighted as he could get the property on the market when he visited Biddick Hall the following week.