On the hunt for a fast, reliable and cost-effective waste removal service in Harold Hill or Harold Wood? Well you can stop hunting, because Away With It has all the tools you need! Over our many years serving the people of in the RM3 post code area, we have built up a reputation for friendliness, professionalism and value for money, so why not give us a try?
We offer a wide range of waste removal services, from small-scale single room clear outs right up to commercial waste collection on an industrial scale, all the while staying true to our ethics that lead to us reusing or recycling 80% of all the waste we collect.
Our Waste Removal Services in Harold Hill RM3
How We Operate
- Our same-day service operates 7 days a week from 7am to 11:30pm, and we book in two-hour slots so you don’t have to waste your time waiting around for us to arrive on site.
- Before we arrive on site, we will give you a fully inclusive, no-obligation quote, and when it comes to completing the job in hand, you only pay for the space in the vehicle you actually fill. We guarantee a fair price, whether you’re clearing out half a room or an entire warehouse.
- We do all the hard work and heavy lifting for you and will even sweep up before we leave.
- We are fully licensed and insured – our waste is responsibly disposed of and we carry full liability in the unlikely event we have an accident on site.
Speak to us today about our fast and reliable waste removal services in Harold Wood and Harold Hill RM3!
Interesting Facts About Harold Hill and Harold Wood
First recorded as Horalds Wood in about 1237, Harold Wood was named after King Harold Godwinson, who was defeated by William the Conqueror in 1066. This medieval theme continues in the naming of local roads, many of which are named after Anglo-Saxon Kings.
Traditionally a ward in the ancient parish of Hornchurch, Harolds Wood was reincorporated into Essex in 1892. It’s status as a suburban hotspot came about with the construction of Harold Wood Station in 1868, and today much of the population commutes to and from the centre of London for work on a daily basis.