Every garden is going to require a different approach when it comes to clearance techniques. It depends on what needs to be cleared and how large the land is. Here’s an overview of what to ask for.
- Rubbish Clearing - Does your garden have piles of rubbish sitting on it? Rubbish clearance can include everything from scrap metal, bricks, wood, and even old garden furniture. Essentially, any bulky items that need removing. For certain items, the garden clearance team may require a special license to be able to remove them, so be upfront before you book them.
- Overgrown Garden - Grass, weeds, and trees that aren’t regularly tamed can soon become overgrown. If you are elderly or disabled, you may also struggle to get into your garden. Having your overgrown garden taken care of will make it much easier to maintain in the future. It will also improve the look of your property, so will be appreciated by your neighbours too.
- Leaf Clearing - Leaves that are blown off nearby trees can create unwanted debris in your garden. They can even become a slipping hazard, especially during the winter season. Leaf clearing will remove leaves from your garden, which will also improve the look of your lawn. It will also prevent pests or rodents from burrowing in large piles of leaves.
- Garden Waste Removal - Garden waste can include rubbish and larger items but is mainly focused on grass cuttings, trees, shrubs, and other plant-based debris. Not all councils provide bins for garden waste, and if you are clearing yours out then garden waste removal is ideal.