Are you looking to have a commercial property cleared?

RWR House Clearance can help you today! We offer Clearance services in all Area’s of the UK so call today for a free quotation.

Comprehensive commercial clearances

Our range of services makes it easy to get your commercial outlets cleared of all surplus, redundant and waste materials. Furniture / IT removal, reuse and recycling.

Rubbish clearance, recycling and disposal of all items removed.

Affordable commercial clearance costs

We factor the value of assets such as high quality furniture, and IT into our prices, saving you money. And because we have specialist teams in commercial clearances, our processes and experienced teams are experts at getting the job done cost effectively and efficiently. we also make sure you fulfill your duty of care. Companies have a legal responsibility to act in accordance with the EU Waste Framework Directive. We manage the process from start to finish, supplying you with a full audit trail and ensuring complete compliance. Eco-friendly office clearances From IT recycling to office furniture reuse networks, we find a way to clear everything in the most sustainable way possible – and provide the audit trail to prove it. We achieve highly eco-friendly results because we focus on reuse of materials cleared. This is fundamentally different to most recycling and waste clearance companies, who at best focus on recycling. Environmental Reports After clearance projects we provide post clearance Environmental Reports. These show the rates of reuse and recycling achieved and the CO2 saved as a result. Large clearance projects Clearing out large offices may seem daunting. We have helped many clients’ clear large sites, such as head offices, university campuses and large manufacturing facilities. We assist with all aspects from beginning to end, including planning, project management, asset audits, relocation and storage, as well and the clearance itself.

Sample of our work

Photos from an Office Clearance in the Ceredigion area of South Wales. The building had been vacant and had been vandalized with printing ink all over the contents while being unoccupied.