Wilkie & Hall are experts at carrying out small or large house clearances anywhere throughout Glasgow and the West of Scotland. We are based north of Glasgow in Killearn, but are happy to travel anywhere from Ayrshire to the south,  as far as Stirling and Perthshire. Contact us by phone or email anytime for a no obligation chat about your job – we are always happy to give you advice to help you.

It’s never easy to administer an estate as a family member, friend or executor – normally this involves the disposal of personal assets and home contents / chattels – questions of value and “who gets what” can become difficult and problematic. And, when it comes to actual selling or moving out of a property then of course “what to do with everything” is usually a challenge – if nothing else it can be a monumental task!

We can help! Phone us or email us for a chat to see what we may help you with, whether it is informal advice, valuation for probate, the clearance of a property, actual distribution of assets, specialist help with high value items, or even the purchase of contents.  

Now, with family and business contacts in the York and Yorkshire, we are pleased to be able to offer our services in the York area…. Go to our sister site – York Property Clearance

If you do decide that we can help, after we have viewed the property and a package has been agreed with you, we clear your space quickly and efficiently, leaving it tidy and ready for the next stage – whether the property is being sold or passed back to the landlords. Property will always be left tidy, with a “full clean” option being available if desired. Carpets, curtains and fittings are usually left in situ, but may be removed if required.

We are always considerate of personal circumstances and your needs, and will work with you on timescales and the requirements of the job. You  will always be able to specify when and how the job has to be undertaken.

We aim to recycle as much as possible, and this can be via the local Freecycle Network (where items are distributed free of charge), charity shops or local council facilities – by separating into wood, glass, metal, landfill, white goods, etc. We always try to minimise landfill.

In some instances costs may be substantially reduced by offsetting the value of items against the costs of removal.

Single items or collections may also be considered separately for purchase – we buy antique and vintage and are always looking for quality stamps, coins, furniture, porcelain, jewellery, books, etc.