Rubbish / Waste / Clearance in Manchester(3)
Rubbish removal in Manchester
There are plenty of rubbish removal professionals in Manchester who come highly recommended by your neighbours.
We have two quick and easy ways to find rubbish removals professionals near you:
The average rubbish removal costs vary massively, depending on which type of removal service you use. You’ll pay one price for a small ‘man with a van’ type service, and another for hiring a skip.
To help give you an idea of the cost of rubbish removal in the UK, here are some average rubbish removal prices you can expect to pay:
Rubbish removal specialist – £50 - £200
Fridge removal – £75
Rubbish removal labour – £60 per hour
Rubbish removal by weight – £30 per kg
Skip hire – £105 - £295
Man with a van – £64 - £94 per hour
Factors affecting the cost of rubbish removal
If you choose to hire an independent rubbish removal specialist, the cost will depend on a number of factors, including:
Number of items that need to be removed
Size, shape and weight of the items to be removed
Type of waste
Access to your property / parking availability
Garden waste removal cost
If you’re specifically looking to get rid of waste materials from your garden, here are some of the average costs for garden waste removal in the UK:
Garden waste removal cost (independent company) – £70 - £290
Council rubbish removal cost for garden waste – Free or £48 - £70
Skip hire – £60 - £450
Garden clearance (hourly) – £45 - £60 per hour
Garden clearance (per load) – £60 - £360 per load
Quotes for rubbish removal costs
To get accurate rubbish removal prices in your area, we always recommend getting at least three quotes from local rubbish removal services near you. By shopping around you can make sure you're paying a fair and competitive price for the job.
Thankfully, our request a quote tool makes getting multiple quotes super easy. Simply post details about the rubbish removal you need help with and we’ll send it out to the best local tradespeople in your area, who will contact you directly. Try it out – it's quick and easy!
Rubbish removal is a service offered by both local councils and independent private companies to remove your unwanted household items and waste from your property. Typically this can include household and garden rubbish removal, as well as furniture and other belongings you no longer want or need.
In addition to standard rubbish collections, local councils across England and Wales offer special rubbish removal services to take away bulky items or large quantities of rubbish that you might have accumulated.
Alternatively, you can hire independent companies to come and dispose of your unwanted rubbish – such as a man and van rubbish removal. If you have a lot of rubbish to deal with, whether it’s household rubbish, building waste or garden waste, you might want to hire a skip to use for a period of time.
If you’re in a hurry, some can offer a same day rubbish removal service – usually for an additional cost, so it’s worth speaking to local companies first before making a decision which option is best for you.
Want to find out more about local rubbish removal services?
When planning for rubbish removal, it’s important to speak to local rubbish removal specialists to understand what’s involved and how much the service will cost. Experienced rubbish removal services will be able to advise on the best approach for disposing of your rubbish.
Keen to get started? Search for the best local rubbish removal services in Manchester and get in touch with them yourself. Alternatively, you can get multiple quotes from local rubbish removal companies by using our request a quote feature – simply post details of what you need and we’ll get reliable local tradespeople to contact you directly.
When it comes to getting rid of large household items, you have a number of options available:
Sell or donate them – If they are items that someone could still get use out of, you can try selling them or donating them to charity.
Use a house clearance company – Often cheaper than traditional rubbish removal services, house clearance companies are a good option.
Retailer removal service – If you’re replacing large items such as a sofa, fridge freezer or kitchen units, the retailer who you’re buying your new item from may offer a removal service
Take them to your local tip – If you can transport the large items yourself, you can take them to your local household waste & recycling centre.
Book a council collection – Use your local council’s bulky waste collection service.
Man & van clearance – Hire a local man and van rubbish removal service.
Hire a skip – For large loads of rubbish, hiring a skip can be a sensible and very convenient option.
Find the best local rubbish removal services
If you’re keen to get rid of your rubbish, we can help you find the best local household rubbish removal companies near you – including those who come highly recommended by your neighbours.
You can either use our quick and easy online search to find and contact rubbish removal services in your area yourself. Or, alternatively, request a quote and we’ll do the legwork for you by reaching out to the best local rubbish removal companies near you and they’ll contact you directly.
Every now and then you might find yourself needing to get rid of bulk waste. This is often the case if you’re doing a big garden clearance, having an extension or other larger home improvement projects.
Here are some of the best ways for dealing with bulk waste:
Hire a skip so that you can accumulate large amounts of waste and have it taken away all in one go
Pay for a same day rubbish removal if you are going to generate the bulk waste in one go
Speak to your local council and organise a bulk waste collection
For building waste contact local construction companies who might be able to reuse some of the building materials, such as bricks (and could even pay you for them)
Want to speak to reliable rubbish removal experts in Manchester?
Sometimes it helps to have a quick chat with local rubbish removal services to understand what options are available in your area and how much they’ll cost.
If you’re ready to reach out to local household and garden rubbish removal companies, you’re in the right place. We can help you find the best tradespeople in your area with our quick and easy online search – or request a quote and we’ll get multiple local rubbish removal specialists to contact you directly.
Yes, sometimes you can get paid for a house clearance – though not always. It will depend on the house clearance company you use and the type of rubbish and items you need to get rid of. If you’re chucking away items that could have a decent resale value, there’s a chance you could be paid by a local company to take away your rubbish and unwanted items.
Other house clearance companies will offer to remove your rubbish for free. And some will charge a fee, which is typically cheaper than hiring a traditional rubbish removal service.
House clearance costs
If you do opt for a paid house clearance service, here are some of the average house clearance costs in the UK:
Extra small clearance (250kg max, ¼ van load) – £80
Small clearance (500kg max, ½ van load) – £175
Medium clearance (750kg max, ¾ van load) – £250
Large clearance (1,000kg max, full van load) – £320
Need help with house clearance?
Whether you’re considering using a local man with a van, a council collection service, or a house clearance company, it’s always good to get advice from local house clearance experts before you get started.
Find the best house clearance and rubbish removal companies near you with our quick and easy online search – or request a quote and we’ll reach out to multiple local household rubbish removal specialists for you and they’ll contact you directly.