House clearance and bereavement clearance services for Lichfield and the Staffordshire areas.
Berkeley House clearance has supported families in the Lichfield and Staffordshire areas with a range of house clearance services for more than 30 years. Whether you need help to clear a whole house, part of a house or advice about the sale of antiques and collectibles we can offer the right service, and all the support you need.
Our house clearance services in Lichfield: we can help with:
- Removal of furniture, general household items, personal effects and waste from a home
- Full or part clearance of a home following a bereavement
- Valuation and appraisal of general household contents
- Garage clearance
- Shed clearance and garden tidy up
- Licenced waste management
- Recycling services
- Hoarded home clearance
- Valuation of general houshold items
- The sale of antiques and collectibles
- Decluttering and home tidy up
We always start with an initial assessment.
Our initial assessment service is used to help us understand your situation, and how we can best support your needs. We offer this service free, it can be done either by phone, or during a home visit.
areas we cover
We offer our house clearance services in Lichfield and the Staffordshire areas including: Abbots Bromley, Alrewas, Burntwood, Drayton Bassett, Fazeley, Fradley, Shenstone, Stonnall, Tamworth, Whittington, and more.
We also offer our services in the Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham and Solihull areas and are happy to travel to other areas. Please contact us to find out more.
Find out more about the support we have provided to customers in Lichfield. Please read our case study.
House clearance lichfield: a case study.
- Clearance date: February 02, 2016
- Area in Lichfield: WS13
- Size of house: 3 Bedrooms, 1 Garage
- Clearance type: Full property clearance including carpet removal and disposal service.
- Time to complete job: 4 hours 30 minutes
We arrived at the property at 8am. Firstly, we removed furniture. The two double wardrobes in the bedrooms needed breaking up. When clearing a property it’s quite common to have to break up some of the larger and more bulky items of furniture. This is often the case when double glazing has made doorways narrower.
We sorted and bagged bric-a-brac, household items and personal effects. We set some items to one side ready for delivery to a local charity shop.
Finally, we removed the carpets. We rolled these up, then loaded them onto the van ready for disposal.