A distraught client called us one morning with a tale of woe. She owned a three bedroomed semi-detached house in Crayford which she had been renting out. Her last set of tenants had moved out, and she had experienced some difficulty in finding new ones. In the period that the property had been unoccupied squatters had gained entry and lived there for a period of weeks. She had just now regained possession of her property and discovered that it had been left in a disgraceful state.
We visited her property and made an assessment if the damage and the cost of putting it right. Although there was considerable loss because of damage to furniture and fittings, we were able to reassure her that we could clear the property in a single day and that the cost would be reasonable.
The owner had given us the keys and we arrived at 8am to make a start on the job. We cleared the house of a considerable amount of rubbish which included bottles, old magazines and newspapers, pizza boxes, discarded clothing and miscellaneous junk. Then we removed most of the furniture which was damaged beyond repair. Sadly there was little left that could be used again.
Once we’d cleared the house we set to work with industrial cleaning equipment and thoroughly sanitised the place from top to bottom. By mid-afternoon, we’d finished the job ahead of schedule and the house was returned to a civilised state.
Disposal of Contents
Unfortunately, none of the items we cleared from the property were suitable to give to local charities and were taken to the local recycling station in Crayford.
Our client came to inspect her property after we’d finished the clearance and she was astonished by the transformation we’d made. She could not believe that we’d managed to return her property to a decent state so quickly.
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