Attic Dispose Crindau

Attic are typically full of holiday decorations, out-of-season clothing, and even a few boxes of memorabilia. It’s a prime free and out of sight storage space in your home but if you’re wondering how the ceilings aren’t coming down. Then it may be time for our Crindau attic clearance.

An Attic is usually dusty and itchy from the insulation needed by your home and in our experience full of items you haven’t needed in years. Our Crindau attic clearance lets you be as lazy or as proactive as you want. This means you can either take the stuff out of the attic so we can collect from a convenient location or you can let us do the work of conducting a Crindau attic clearance for you.

From our experience a Crindau attic clearance has two questionable factors we need to know before conducting an attic clearance. One, is there lighting and two is there a ladder for access. If the answer is yes, then great but if not then we have our own sources of lighting and ladders to both see and gain access so your attic clearance in Crindau can go ahead. Another factor we would like you to consider, is that an attic clearance is faster with 3 people instead of 2 due to the distance between the attic and the vehicle.

Typically, it doesn’t matter how much stuff is up in the attic for us to clear as our custom-made 16-yard vehicles hold 2 large skips. They also include 2 men for free for an allotted time to systematically load the vehicles with the different waste streams in mind. This means the waste from your Crindau attic clearance is put for reuse and recycling as soon as its on the truck.

The price of your Crindau attic clearance is forecast by the amount of volume you require on the vehicles. Alleviating, the need to guess the skip size you would require if you went down the traditional route of disposing of waste.  Doing it on a ‘pay for what you throw’ basis means we can either work to a budget or just take everything, its totally up to you. At the end of the Crindau attic clearance the team will issue a waste transfer note, take payment and depart for recycling.