House clearances can be an interesting and sometimes surprising process. Over the years, Yorkshire Van Man has discovered some strange, interesting and valuable items during house clearances. In this blog post, we will share some of our most memorable discoveries and provide a reader’s guide to what happens during a house clearance.
An original painting by a famous artist
A rare antique vase
A vintage record collection worth thousands of pounds
A box of gold and silver coins
A collection of signed sports memorabilia
A handmade wooden rocking horse
These are just a few examples of the many treasures that have been left behind during house clearances. The truth is, you never know what you might find during a house clearance. This is why it is so important to carefully go through each room and ensure that nothing of value is left behind.
Reader’s Guide to House Clearance:
Assessment: The first step in a house clearance is to assess the property and determine what items need to be removed. This may include furniture, appliances, household items and even rubbish.
Sorting: The next step is to sort through the items and determine what can be donated, sold or disposed of. This is where the house clearance company will look for any items of value, such as antiques or collectibles.
Removal: Once the items have been sorted, the house clearance company will remove them from the property. This may involve packing and loading items onto a van, or in some cases, taking items directly to a charity or recycling center.
Cleaning: The final step in a house clearance is to clean the property. This may involve sweeping, mopping and even deep cleaning to ensure that the property is left in a clean and presentable condition.
In conclusion, house clearances can be an interesting and sometimes surprising process. With the help of a professional house clearance company like Yorkshire Van Man, you can be sure that the process will be completed efficiently and effectively. Contact us today to find out more about our house clearance services.