Runcorn House Clearance
As house clearance specialists we can offer a professional and efficient Runcorn house clearance service and we carry out many free house clearances in Runcorn. Zebra Removals is fully insured and fully licensed with the Environment Agency, registration number CBDU152320.
Call us now on 01925 497477 We also offer a Runcorn rubbish removal service.
Very prompt service, good price and all items removed and cleaned up well after themselves. Happy that any surplus items are recycled
Staff and Van arrived promptly at the agreed time. I felt the staff members were helpful and cleared all we asked them to do.
Excellent service. Friendly and professional. Would definitely recommend this company.
The team arrived 10 minutes before due time, cleared everything required promptly and were cheerful. Nice touch that Johnathan called in to meet us. Extremely satisfied and good value for money. Even more exceptional is that it was done at very short notice. Thank you.
Very impressed with the ‘total clearance’ of my Uncle’s property. Jonathan was very professional,replied to emails/texts promptly and charged a competitive price.Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this company.
North West House Clearances
We know a thing or two about getting your home cleared quickly and with zero stress for you.
If you have any shape or size of property, we can have it cleared quickly and ready for use or for re-sale.
We love the environment and because of this we endeavour to recycle, reuse or dispose of your items in the most environmentally friendly ways possible.
Runcorn was a small, isolated village until the coming of the Industrial Revolution. It was a health resort in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Towards the end of the 18th century, a port began to develop on the south bank of the River Mersey. During the 19th century, industries developed the manufacture of soap and alkali, quarrying, shipbuilding, engineering and tanning. In the early 20th century, the prime industries were chemicals and tanning. The original village has grown to include what were outlying villages. Except for chemicals, all of the old industries have disappeared and there has been diversification, in particular because of the close links to the motorway system and the development of warehousing and distribution centres. A new town was built to the east of the existing town in the 1960–’70s and areas of private housing have been established, farther to the east; this has resulted in the population more than doubling from around 30,000 to its present level of 70,000.