Are you looking for fully licensed, professional and punctual waste removal services in Chadwell Heath RM6? Look no further than Away With It! We have been serving Chadwell Heath and the surrounding area for ages, and over that time we have built up a reputation for high quality, friendly and affordable service.
With a full portfolio of waste removal services, ranging from house and garage clearance right through to large-scale commercial waste removal, we have the skills and experience to provide a solution for most waste removal needs.
Our Waste Removal Services in Chadwell Heath RM6
What Can We Offer?
Here at Away With It, our Chadwell Heath RM6 waste removal and rubbish clearance are tailored for our clients, and as a result we aim to provide the most flexible and efficient service possible to suit a variety of needs. Here are a few things that set us apart…
- We book in two-hour slots, meaning you will never be left waiting all day for our team to arrive.
- As we operate from 7am-11:30pm 7 days a week, we can cater for even the busiest of schedules.
- Our payment system is transparent and flexible – we provide you with a comprehensive, no obligation estimate before we arrive on site and as you only pay for the space in our vehicle you actually fill, we guarantee a fair price regardless of the size of the job.
- We are fully licensed, regulated and ethical – you will have complete peace of mind that your waste is being disposed of properly, and we are proud to say that we recycle or reuse 80% of all the waste we collect.
On top of all this, we are fully insured in the unlikely event of an accident on site, and our uniformed teams will do 100% of the heavy lifting for you. We’ll even sweep and tidy before we leave to ensure everything is ship shape!
Interesting Facts About Chadwell Heath
First appearing in 1254 as Chaudewell, meaning ‘the cold spring’, the area of Chadwell Heath was initially a small settlement on the Barking side of the ancient boundary between Barking and Dagenham. The Chadwell Heath name was adopted in the 17th century following a merger between the Blackheath Common parish and Chadwell, hence the adoption of ‘Heath’
While its proximity to the London to Colchester Roman road meant sporadic settlement in the area for dating right back to Roman times, it was with the construction of the railway and consequently Chadwell Heath railway station that the locality really started to boom. Urban development really began in haste in around 1900, and continued right up to World War II, when the area suffered badly in the blitz.
Economically, Chadwell Heath has always been a centre of light industry, with Hemmings once having an enormous bakery in the area before it was closed in the 1970s. It was also once home to a paint factory and a teddy bear factory, although these have also since vanished. Today, Dairy Crest have a dairy in Chadwell Heath that supplies all of London, while the area is also home to West Ham United’s training ground.
Notable people from in and around Chadwell Heath include author and philosopher Mary Wollstonecraft, pop star David Essex and Downton Abbey star Michelle Dockery.
Useful Local Resources…
http://www.lbbd.gov.uk/Pages/Home.aspx – Local council website.
http://www.joncruddas.org.uk/ – Jon Cruddas, your local Member of Parliament.
http://www.barkinganddagenhampost.co.uk/home – Your local newspaper, covering news and current affairs in Chadwell Heath and the surrounding area.