Removal King Property Support Services

Removal King Property Support Services

Removal King Property Support Services locationRochdale, Lancashire

(20 Reviews)

As your dedicated property support services team we provide many aspects of property maintenance, designed to make your property ownership experience as simple and stress free as possible. We cover a range of services to a professional standard, aimed at local businesses and our number one priority is our clients' needs and preferences.
We work with clients' of all sizes and no matter how minor the problem may seem, we can ensure a hassle free experience from start to finish. From internal and external repair work, to waste removals and clearances, we guarantee full customer satisfaction at affordable prices and flexibility.
We work in close partnership with local estate agents and landlords, providing a professional service that covers all aspects of property support services. We aim to remove the stress and worry of owning a property, so you, as a home owner can focus on making a profit.
We provide the following services:
Waste Removals & Clearances
We are fully licensed to remove all forms of waste, which means it is all removed and disposed of in a safe and legal manner. 60% of the waste we remove is recycled, which means it avoids ending up in landfill sites. Also, our prices are far more cost effective than hiring a skip and all the work is done for you!
Construction & Joinery
We cover many aspects of construction and joinery work. From bricklaying and fencing, to plumbing and electrics. All work is undergone by our professional team, who, combined, have over 10 years experience in the construction industry.
Cleaning
We offer end and start of tenancy cleans as well as weekly and bi-weekly cleans. We also offer deep cleans, oven cleans and after build cleans. We as a team are dedicated to ensuring the cleanliness of your property, at an affordable price, whilst removing the potential stress.
And much, much more.

Removal King Property Support Services Reviews

Reviews


Review of Removal King Property Support Services by Lisa Jacobs
5 Lisa Jacobs

I arranged a last minute collection with Andrew and Donna due to being let down by another man and van. It was late at night and to be honest I thought my chances of arranging something so late with such short notice would be impossible. But they did everything possible to accomodate me. I was very impressed. They were really professional and super friendly. Will use again and recommend him to anyone needing a man and van. Thanks guys. You're great!!

Review of Removal King Property Support Services by Chelsea Louise Robinson
5 Chelsea Louise Robinson

Lovely people will definitely recommend thank you

Review of Removal King Property Support Services by James Carruthers
5 James Carruthers

Very professional, reliable, friendly, did a excellent job would definitely recommend

Review of Removal King Property Support Services by Amelia Rose
5 Amelia Rose

Excellent - well priced and came same day! Fast and professional service thanks so much

Review of Removal King Property Support Services by Louise Raynor
5 Louise Raynor

Thank you. Reliable, reasonably priced. Most importantly, provides license information. Will use again.

Review of Removal King Property Support Services by Marj Schofield
5 Marj Schofield

Andrew and Donna did a job for me today got me out of a jam big time . Was not the best place to go but they where very professional and did it. I an sure they pushed me to the front of the cue. It was a rush job as I was being pressured to get the stuff move and I too only had a days notice. A big massive thanks to you both and will deffo use you again and pass your number around. Cheers xx

Review of Removal King Property Support Services by Zoe Nana Smith
5 Zoe Nana Smith

Absolutely brilliant they came on the day I booked very friendly service would recommend them every time

Review of Removal King Property Support Services by Daniel Salt
5 Daniel Salt

Nice guy quick efficient gets the job done great service thanks mate would definitely use again or recommend to anyone I know realistic pricing too !

Review of Removal King Property Support Services by Julie Chunk Holderness
5 Julie Chunk Holderness

Excellent service, reasonable price, quick, friendly & polite couple, will definitely use again 👍🏻

Review of Removal King Property Support Services by Tara Fearnley
5 Tara Fearnley

Excellent job, very professional, very quick and we will definitely be using these services again. Would recommend to anyone

Review of Removal King Property Support Services by Rebecca Scott
5 Rebecca Scott

Come out fast to move my bin bags thank you so much will definitely be seeing you again

Review of Removal King Property Support Services by Sammy Tomo
5 Sammy Tomo

First class service as allways cheers and and Donna wouldn’t use anyone else well recommended glad you guys are back 😊

Review of Removal King Property Support Services by Sarah Braniff
5 Sarah Braniff

Amazing service, really lovely people and work really fast. Thank you for your help !!

Review of Removal King Property Support Services by Codie Louise Chown
5 Codie Louise Chown

Came straight away at the right time no messing around was very reliable, professional and cheap will deffo use again 👌🏼

Review of Removal King Property Support Services by Bex Cooper
5 Bex Cooper

Would highly recommend. Cheapest around and super reliable. Same day call out to remove my bin bags. Thank you so much to the pair of you. Will deffo be using you again. X

Review of Removal King Property Support Services by Lisa Marie Mullen
5 Lisa Marie Mullen

I can't thank these guys enough. A totally professional and effecient service from the start to finish. Would highly recommend using Andrew & his team 👌👌

Review of Removal King Property Support Services by Julie Dowling
5 Julie Dowling

Amazing service! Got in touch in this morning and the job is done! Fast and professional. Very happy customer I would definitely recommend.

Review of Removal King Property Support Services by Nick Long
5 Nick Long

I contacted these guys today and they came out the same day and moved my rubbish for me will recommend to others and would definitely use them again can not thankyou enough cheers

Review of Removal King Property Support Services by Jessica Fay
5 Jessica Fay

removal king removed two fridge freezers for me . absolute diamond's , would rate this service 5 star due friendlyness speedy removal and hassle free . thank you for your service x

Review of Removal King Property Support Services by Jordan Megan-Leigh Walmsley
5 Jordan Megan-Leigh Walmsley

Came out the same day we enquired. I was amazed at the price and I could pay extra to have my bins emptied. Came, placed everything in the van and gave a receipt. I was amazed to go out and find they even cleaned up the area completely leaving not one single bit of rubbish. Very happy customer and highly recommend. Thanks again �

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Removal King Property Support Services Q&A

Company Q&A

How can someone tell if their Garage is suitable for conversion?

Before you start, consider what you’ll do with everything currently kept in the garage. If it is full of garden tools and your lawnmower, you’ll need to factor a new garden building or shed into your plans; if it’s where you keep your chest freezer, you’ll need to work out where it can be moved to — or whether you can live without it. If you really have no room anywhere else for these things, perhaps a partial garage conversion (or a conversion that has lots of storage space set aside within it) will work better for you. Design fees for a garage conversion range from £1,200 to £2,500, plus £300 to £400 for a structural engineer. A typical single garage conversion (18 square metres) would cost around £17,100 to £23,900, and a double (36 square metres) £31,300 to £43,300, plus VAT, depending on personal specifications. Another factor to consider when costing a garage conversion is the perceived value that it will add to your home. Check the value of houses in your area, if there is little off-road parking, homes with garages might be valued higher than those without. Unless the added space is vital, don’t run the risk of reducing the value of your own home.
A partial garage conversion should cost less, but not by much. Fewer materials will be needed, but services, such as electrics and plumbing, will still have to be installed and budgeted for. Planning permission for garage conversions
In the majority of cases, the work involved in converting a garage will be classed as permitted development. However, if you live in a Conservation Area, a location where development can be restricted to protect the appearance of the surroundings, or on a new estate with strict guidelines, it’s worth checking what’s allowed.
If in doubt, apply for a certificate of lawful development from your local authority at a cost of £86. Do remember, the removal of permitted development does not rule out the potential of a garage conversion, but you’ll need to ensure the design is sensitive to the setting and apply for full planning permission, which costs £172 in England. Listed properties will need listed building consent, too.
When you will need planning permission:
If you live in a listed building;
If the garage conversion increases your home beyond permitted development rights;
You are converting the space for business;
Your council has restrictions on reducing parking.

Run us through the different stages of the Garage conversion process - what's involved?

1. Design and space planning
The typical garage has a longer and thinner build than most rooms. To achieve a more natural shape for the conversion, consider using stud or block walling to convert that long shape into two spaces. The additional (smaller) room can be used as a toilet, shower, or perhaps a storage space.
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2. Planning permission

If you’re not planning on altering the structure of the building for a garage conversion, planning permission is not needed. But if you live in a listed building or a Conservation Area, planning permission may be required for even minor modifications.
Standalone garages are more likely to require ‘change of use’ planning permission when converted to habitable rooms. Phone up your local planning department to verify this. If the answer is favourable, write the next day and ask for written confirmation.

3. Building regulations
Changing that garage into a habitable room will mean complying with building regulations, including delivery of a building notice to your council. Building regulations apply to ventilation, moisture proofing, insulation, fireproofing, escape routes, and structural soundness. As a result, almost any design decision must take them into account.
Dividing up the garage means a new room is created, which is subject to a set of building regulations that require an escape route and ventilation separate from the main room.
Bear in mind that the building inspector will also want to visually inspect windows, doors, fireproofing and foundations before he gives a certificate of completion.
4. Insulation and damp proofing
Insulation is assessed in terms of a U value: the measure of the rate of heat escape, in watts, from a square metre of the material in an hour. Walls must achieve a U value of 0.35W/m²/K, and roofs a U value of 0.16W/m²/K if pitched or 0.25 W/m²/K if flat and the floor 0.25W/m²K. Windows should be 0.18 W/m²K. The floor will need to be 0.25W/m²K.
Window manufacturers will give the U value as part of the specification of the windows.
Damp proofing will be necessary in the walls and floor. Many garages will already have a damp proof course in the walls, but make sure to verify this. The floor will need to be damp proofed by laying a damp proof membrane at the same time the floor is remade.
5. Plumbing and wiring
Make a thorough survey of the plumbing and wiring in the house and garage. Locate the main outflows for water and the soil outflow (if you plan to install a toilet).
Check the garage’s walls and ceiling for wiring. Rewiring the garage for lights and electric radiators will place additional strain on the household mains, which might require the installation of a separate consumer unit.
6. Flooring
Although the existing garage floor will be strong enough, it will require additional damp proofing and insulation to meet building regulations.
A concrete floor can be created and a damp proof membrane added between the two layers. Insulation is also added under the new floor, but sometimes requires a separation layer to prevent a chemical reaction with the damp proofing.
A raised timber floor may also be built over the existing floor, with damp proofing laid under the timber and insulation between the joists and the timbers of the floor. Note, however, that fire regulations may require a step in a raised timber floor at doorways to prevent fire spreading along the floorboards.
7. Walls
Interior walls between rooms will also need to meet building regulations’ requirements for fireproofing. This can mean one or two layers of fireproof plasterboard on stud walls (which is unnecessary for block walls). Please note that doors through interior walls also need to be fireproof, with a 30-minute rating.
External walls are covered by building regulations and must meet requirements in terms of moisture-proofing and insulation. If the garage is integral to the house, the exterior walls will usually meet building regulations. Otherwise consider a second block wall, or a stud wall, inside the existing exterior wall behind which insulation and power- and water lines can be placed.
8. Windows and doors
A second room in the conversion will require ventilation to meet building regulations, as well as an escape route to meet fire regulations. Building regulations require a window 1/20 the floor area of the room, while fire regulations require a window with a 600 mm base opening and a total area of not less than 0.45 m². The window must also have trickle vents.
Windows that meet these requirements are available in metal frame or uPVC, though metal frame windows must have a ‘thermal break’ (because of metal’s conductivity) to meet insulation requirements. Wood frame windows can meet requirements too, but they have to be of sufficient depth to accommodate a 24 mm double-glazed unit.
Doors must meet the same requirements as windows in terms of their U value. In addition to uPVC doors with double-glazed windows, wooden doors are also a good choice.
9. A completion certificate
Any project that requires a building notice will require a completion certificate, which is proof that the completed work met regulations. However, having a completion certificate does make a difference to the value added to your property by the garage conversion. Estate agents and prospective purchasers will value your completion certificate highly since things like an under-floor damp proof course can’t be proven without one.
Upon final inspection, be sure to submit to the building inspector the documentation proving that building regulations were met in the construction and installation of the parts he has not visually inspected.
Once the building inspector is satisfied, the completion certificate should follow, often within 28 days.

How long have you been in business?

We have been in this industry for over ten years, however, the company has been established since 2015, for three years.

What guarantee does your work come with?

All work is completed to a high standard and built to last. We offer a 5 year warranty on all work completed by ourselves, which means, if anything was to go wrong within the 5 year time frame, we would come back and complete any repair work free of charge.

What do you love most about your job?

I love making something out of nothing and enjoy seeing a property transform. Driving through my local town and seeing houses I have worked on and how much better they look makes me very happy.

Services provided by Removal King Property Support Services

Services

Waste Removals

We are fully licensed to remove all forms of waste, which means it is all removed and disposed of in a safe and legal manner. 60% of the waste we remove is recycled, which means it avoids ending up in landfill sites. Also, our prices are far more cost effective than hiring a skip and all the work is done for you!

Deliveries

Whether its furniture for your property, or building materials for an upcoming project, we can arrange collection and delivery. Our team offer a professional and careful delivery service and we have full public liability insurance as well as goods in transit insurance.

Construction & Joinery

We cover many aspects of construction and joinery work. From bricklaying and fencing, to plumbing and electrics. All work is undergone by our professional team, who, combined, have over 10 years experience in the construction industry.

Gardening

The exterior of a property is what gives the general public and prospective tenant their first impression of your property and you as a landlord. We offer a range of gardening services, from tree and greenery removal, to lawn maintenance and hedge trimming, as well as power washing and gutter clearing.

Painting & Decorating

It is important to maintain a clean cut, neutral finish to the interior of your property and our team offer professional results, covering all aspects of interior decorating. From wallpapering and painting, to gloss work and interior repairs.

Cleaning

We offer end and start of tenancy cleans as well as weekly and bi-weekly cleans. We also offer deep cleans, oven cleans and after build cleans. We as a team are dedicated to ensuring the cleanliness of your property, at an affordable price, whilst removing the potential stress.

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