Life goes on even after you have lost someone dear to you, and after a period of mourning you will need to try to get your daily life back to normal, and at the same time take care of what is left. The house of the family member who has passed must be cleaned; whether you want to sell it, or to move in it yourself.
Cleaning after someone that you have loved and lost is usually a troubling task. If you have lost a parent, we may be talking about the house in which you spent your childhood. This will bring up a lot of memories and emotions, and is also very time consuming. In this situation, many people find that hiring a deceased estate rubbish removal company to be the best answer.
There are specialized firms that take care of such tasks, as it is very different to simply cleaning a house. There will be lots of items that you do not know how to dispose of – you may not want to throw them away but do not really have room to keep them yourself either. Items that have potential value for usage or selling on, will have to be considered – when it comes to beds and such, it really depends on the quality. If the bed is made of leather, I would say keep it – if it just a regular wooden affair, throw it in the skip.
Every object of the person that has passed will need to be examined and determined if it has any value: either financial or sentimental. A specialized estate clearance company will have trained staff on board who can help you make these difficult decisions, and will also be able to tell you which charities would welcome the items, and deliver them to the respective locations. What Storage can help you out with storing larger items.
A good estate rubbish removal firm will also take care of clearing the outside of the property. In the event an old person lived in the house, the back yard might not look that great. A good cleaning company can change the aspect of the garden completely, removing trash and cleaning dead leaves and vegetation. If the garden has overgrown bushes, the company might even do a little landscaping, offering the yard an entire new appearance. Building rubble that may remain from work completed in past years will also be dealt with.
Another large job that will need tackling is the removal of hardware items. The old TV and the appliances used by deceased owner will most likely need to be disposed of, unless they are relatively new or in very good condition. A deceased estate rubbish removal company will take them a recycling centre for you; or will deliver them to a charity when relevant.
Let us not forget the garage, where you will probably find a plethora of useless objects, along with tools and newspapers. There may even be old vehicles or parts of vehicles lying around. If you are planning to move into the house, you will likely want to make room for your car – and if the property is to be sold, all the garage items must go. Again, a deceased estate removal company will deal with this type of unwanted belongings efficiently – advising you on what you should keep, what could be sold, and what can be donated.