Rubbish Removal – Chinatown, W1

If the rubbish and junk that’s piling up at your place has got you seeing red, then take a chill pill and get us on the phone! We will help you get rid of all that rubbish, junk and clutter without making a nuisance of ourselves and
without costing you an arm and a leg. Our versatile and inexpensive junk removals in Chinatown are also available to all residential customers throughout the NW2 area. We have the brains and brawn to organise and carry out the quick, safe and efficient removal and disposal of all sorts of nonhazardous domestic waste, including but not limited to:

  • General household rubbish, as well as those small bits and pieces of clutter which are such a pain to collect and dispose of;
  • After builders junk, post renovation rubbish as well as leftover or discarded construction supplies but no asbestos, thanks;Vetted Rubbish Removal W1 - Chinatown
  • Garage and basement junk like those old tools and machinery you never use but keep around anyway;
  • Single odd items like that massive wardrobe or that heavy old washing machine that’s as good as a treasure chest right now;
  • Redundant electronics and old IT equipment – of course we dismantle and dispose of such waste as per WEEE Directive regulations;

In addition to our versatile junk removal services in Chinatown, we also provide customers with convenient and inexpensive skip hire at excellent prices. A skip of the necessary size and load capacity will be delivered to your address and then removed as per your personal requirements.
We also offer comprehensive property clearances without the usual delays or margin for error. The property will be stripped of its entire contents within hours, and our diligent clearance teams will sweep out the place before leaving.

Cleanest rubbish removal solutions in Chinatown

Since we consider ourselves to be an environmentally aware junk removal company in Chinatown, we aim to reduce the toll of consumer society on mother nature by recycling and reusing as much waste as possible, this way there is less rubbish ending up in landfills, and less chance of it ending up in creeks and paddocks around our lovely city. The company holds permit for using all recycling depots in London.
In brief, some additional information regarding our rubbish removals in Chinatown:

  • Work carried out by trained and qualified crews;
  • Flexible pricing, onsite quotes and no hidden fees;
  • Round the clock customer support via phone and email;
  • High availability and no-fuss accommodation of last minute bookings and overnight jobs;

Waste collection for construction sites and home repair projects

Our after builders clean up service in W1 Chinatown is going to help you enjoy the benefits of your recently finished construction or home improvement project quicker. Our trained experts are going to collect all the junk from your property either using a collection truck or a skip. You will not have to go through any additional strain or stress due to the process. As with all rubbish removals in Chinatown you can count on us for, this offer comes on a really competitive price.

London’s modern day Chinatown is situated north of Leicester Square, between Gerrard St and Lisle St. In fact, the Chinese call Gerrard Street – ‘tong yan kai’ which means Chinese street. The first genuine Chinese establishments in the area were the restaurants in Soho which were quite popular during WWII as returning servicemen had acquired a taste for exotic cuisine during tours of duty. Next up, savvy Chinese entrepreneurs began buying out rundown properties in the area, and turned them into profitable businesses. Around the same time, there was a large influx of agricultural workers coming to London from Hong Kong as the world’s rice market was changing and there was less work for them in Hong Kong and China. Most of the newcomers simply took jobs in the growing Chinatown, helping form the well-known neighborhood today.

As you can easily imagine, Chinatown is a place that is extremely popular with tourists. It is one of the most visited locations in Westminster as of today. The area is among other things, home to the London Chinatown Community Centre (LCCC) which was founded by Dr Abraham Lue in 1980 with the purpose of helping members of the local community adapt quicker and better to the way of life in the capital.