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Same Day Rubbish Removal in London
All Junk Removal is a same day rubbish removal company operating 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Our waste collection services are offered to residential and commercial customers alike and we collect all types of junk excluding hazardous materials and asbestos. We offer house clearance, builders rubbish removal, office clearance, garden waste clearance, loft and garage junk removal, etc.
The prices you will pay are estimated on the grounds of the volume, weight and type of the rubbish you want to get rid of. To get a free no obligation quote for your junk removal you could either call us on 020 8099 8511 or Complete an Enquiry Form and we will provide all the information you may need and a price quotation that is inclusive of all charges for the waste collection, labour and recycling. We have no hidden and cancellation charges and the prices are the same for weekends and bank holidays.
In some cases when providing a quote over the phone is not possible, at your request, we will send a two-man-with-a-van team to your property to inspect the waste to be collected and give you the exact price for the junk removal. And only if you agree to the price, they will remove all the rubbish there and then. If you don’t agree with their quote, they will simply leave your property.
All Junk Removal has been operating as a rubbish removal and recycling company for a few years now and our team is always trying to improve our services and to research and implement the best possible practices in regards to the minimising of the waste recycling effects on the environment. Therefore, we always try to sort out the collected junk into different types of rubbish and recycle as many materials as possible. We are also involved in the research of the best practices of the Green Nations of the world and we will spare no effort to try and improve the British recycling industry by following the examples of countries such as Sweden whose recycling system is so revolutionary that the country has run out of rubbish and must import it to keep its recycling plants going.