Rubbish Removal Highgate N6

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Cheap Rubbish Removal Highgate N6

Express Waste Removals is an agency that specialises in rubbish disposal. We are responsible for the collection and transportation of all types of junk from customers’ residences to the right places. We offer speedy and reliable services in Highgate and other areas. Our working hours are very flexible. Generally speaking, we are available nonstop. This means that you can have your waste picked up on a Monday morning or a Sunday afternoon. To get things started, though, you need to make an appointment either by phone or via email.

Easy and Fast Booking in Highgate

The booking process is hassle-free. Don’t worry, it doesn’t take much time to make a rubbish removal appointment. We need a few details to get things going. For instance, we want to know what type of litter you want to dispose of, how bulky it is and approximately how much it weighs. If you don’t know the exact numbers, it’s okay. Our assistants will give you a helping hand. Get in touch with our team right away to discuss your queries. Use our email expresswasteremovals@gmail.com or our phone number 020 8099 9819. A kind and courteous operator will handle the matter.

About Highgate

Highgate is a suburb in north London. It is one of the most expensive areas to live in. There are many places of interest, including Highgate Wood, Highgate Cemetery, Furnival House, Archway Bridge, St Michael’s Church, and Highgate School. The districts is also home to a number of notable pubs, such as the Duke’s Head, the Flask, the Wrestlers and the Angel. The local tube station is named after Highgate. It has two platforms and is managed by London Underground. It was used as a bomb shelter during World War II. A few London Bus routes serve the station during the day and at night: N20 (a night bus route), 263, 134 and 43 (day bus routes).

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Services we provide in Highgate N6

HOUSE CLEARANCE
WASTE REMOVAL
BUILDING RUBBISH CLEARANCE
OFFICE WASTE COLLECTION
GARDEN CLEARANCE

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Other areas we cover: 

Rubbish removal South Tottenham N15

Rubbish removal Holloway N7

Rubbish removal New Southgate N11

Rubbish removal Stoke Newington N16

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 Express Waste Removals benefits:

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  • Same day waste disposal

  • Cheap rubbish collection prices

  • Price flexibility based on rubbish collected

  • Insured and fully certified junk removal operators

  • Working on weekends at NO extra charge!

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source: www.cityoflondon.gov.uk