Deceased estate furniture removal
When someone you love dies it is a deeply distressing time. Not only are you coping with the shock and grief of losing a special person, but you also have a number of tasks you have to attend to. From registering the death to funeral planning, it’s a time when you have to draw on reserves of strength to keep going.
If you’re an Executor of their estate or have responsibility for dealing with their possessions, then you may also have to work out what to do with the contents of the deceased person’s property. The scale of the task can vary depending on the size of your loved one’s home and how often they disposed of old possessions while they were alive. Whatever the size of the job, clearing the home of a deceased loved one is always challenging.
Clearing a deceased person’s house
House clearance after death can be one of the hardest tasks that anyone has to face. If the deceased person lived a long life, perhaps bringing up a family in the process, they are likely to have accrued large amounts of possessions. Depending on how often they downsized or dealt with surplus items, they may leave substantial amounts of property that have to be safely and legally disposed of.
After items of sentimental and monetary value have been removed, it can be hard to know what to do with the rest of their possessions. If you choose to try and remove it yourself it can be a lengthy and drawn-out process. It can be time-consuming and stressful, making it much harder to properly grieve for your loss. Although it is something that we’d rather not deal with, clearing the property can’t be avoided.
For this reason, many people will use the services of a professional bereavement house clearance service.
Professional house clearance after death
People arrange full and partial house clearances for all kinds of reasons. After someone dies is a pivotal moment when many people will use the services of a local house clearance company. Bereavement house clearance should always be a careful undertaking, and professional teams will understand that you are grieving. They will also take care to handle your loved one’s possessions with due care and consideration.
While the whole experience of dealing with a deceased loved one’s belongings can be a challenging time, a professional team can help make the entire process much easier.
An experienced and sensitive bereavement house clearance service
At Woodford Waste Removal, we understand how difficult it can be to deal with the contents of a deceased loved one’s home. Our uniformed and professional team will complete the process with sensitivity. This may be the first time you’ve ever had to handle a house clearance, and we understand how confusing it can be. Our experienced team can help you through the process, making it as straightforward and stress-free as possible.