House Clearance Farnham

House Clearance FarnhamHouse Clearance Farnham Welcome to Surrey house clearances, we offer friendly affordable house clearance services throughout Farnham and the adjoining areas.

We provide all customers with a FREE no obligation fixed price quotation, which can be done with a visit to the property, or in many instances over the telephone.

Our polite and articulate team, can respectfully clear and responsibly dispose of all household effects, including furniture, appliances, junk and rubbish, whilst taking into account any valuable items.

We are licensed by the Environment Agency and offer a fully documented green and sustainable service, with each job being tailored to our customers specific needs.


  • House Clearance Farnham
  • Junk Disposal
  • Clear and Clean
  • Garage Clearance
  • Single Item Pick Up
  • Piano Disposal
  • De Cluttering
  • Partial House Clearance
  • Loft Clearance
  • Rubbish Clearance
  • Office Clearance
  • End of Tenancy
House Clearance Before and After
30 years of junk and clutter cleared in just a few hours.

We also offer a range of add-on services, to simplify and streamline every property clearance in Farnham. All of which can be arranged with one telephone call.

  • RICS Probate Valuation
  • Express Clean & Professional Deep Clean
  • Item Relocation Service



In 2018 we donated over 75 tonnes or ( 10 Large Elephants) of furniture, clothes, bric a brac, books, cd’s and dvd’s to local charities.

Saving our customers £100’s in recycling fees, whilst generating £1000’s for Local charities and good causes. Read about our recycling ethos

Why Choose Us?

Our Aim Is Your Recommendation We offer all our customer very high levels of service and customer care. Which is why much of our property clearance in Farnham, now comes via word of mouth and personal recommendations.

To read all our genuine customer reviews please visit our Yell page here or our Google Local page here

Surrrey House Clearances Reviews From Google Local & Yell

How it Works

1: GET A FREE QUOTE: Call, Email our use our call back service. We will send you a written quote by email, including rebates against valuable items.

2: WE GO TO WORK: If your happy with our quote. Our team will arrive on time and quickly and efficiently go to work. Once finished, they will vacuum all the areas cleared.

3: WE RECYCLE – The contents cleared will be purchased, donated to charity or disposed at a licensed waste transfer station and you will be provided with a waste transfer notice.

Areas We Cover

Searching for House Clearance Farnham ? Our house clearance services cover Farnham and all the adjoining including, Normandy, Bentley, Runfold and Tongham.

  • Fleet
  • Seale
  • Wanborough
  • Crookham
  • Frensham
  • Ewshot
  • Churt
  • Aldershot
  • Bentley
  • Tongham
  • Wrecclesham
  • Elstead
  • Badshot Lea
  • Crondall

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The tranquil market town of Farnham sits on the A31 linking Winchester, Guildford and Alton with a population of just 39,000 close to the border of Hampshire. Farnham is primarily a market town with many independent shops many dating back to the nineteenth century, Once a month Farnham holds a farmers’ market where products from local farms in and around Farnham are sold, As well as the Farnham malting’s a monthly market for bric-a-brac, antiques, arts and crafts, Farnham also acts as a tourist base for Winchester.

Based on tools and prehistoric animal bones found in Farnham it is thought that the history of Farnham dates back tens of thousands of years clusters of pit-dwellings and evidence of flint-knapping was found just to the east, Farnham continued to grow into the bronze age with two bronze hordes discovered on Crooksbury hill, During the period of roman occupation Farnham became a centre for pottery due to its massive supply of gault clay, oak woodlands for fuel and good communication routes via the harrows way with kilns being found dating back to AD 100.

The Farnham castle was built by the grandson of William the conqueror henry de Blois around 1138 to provide accommodation for the bishop of Winchester on his journey between London and Winchester, In 1348 a third of Farnham’s population was killed by the black death killing around 1300 people. In the seventeenth century the author Daniel Defoe wrote that Farnham had become one of the greatest corn-markets in the country after London and describes 1,100 fully laden carts delivering to the town on a market day.