House Clearance Berkshire

Jeffrey Avery and Associates is a specialist house clearance company based in Berkshire.

We have been been providing a fully comprehensive service to members of the public, legal and property professionals, executors and administrators, both in the UK and abroad for over 35 years. We are now one of the leading house clearance Berkshire Companies.

House Clearance Berkshire: In addition to our core service as Berkshire house clearance experts, we can also provide a full property management solution, including the securing of a property against water damage by draining the central heating, for example.

Over the last 35 years, we have grown and expanded the range of services we provide, but we have always retained our commitment to quality and good value.

For more information, contact Jeffrey Avery on 0800 567 7769

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Fully Comprehensive House Clearance in Berkshire

We specialise in full House Contents Clearance. We can tackle any House Clearance Berkshire job, of any size and in any location.

Berkshire house clearance waste is handled by our dedicated recycling centre.

We are also specialists in clutter clearance, and will be pleased to clear properties containing years of accumulated posessions, or which have abnormal amounts of general household items, sometimes as a result of illness, (eg Compulsive Hoarding Syndrome, or OCD), or where the occupants were previously unwell and unable to care for themselves or their property, resulting in insanitary, dangerous conditions. We are expert clutter clearers.

We carry out House Clearances in every town and postcode in Berkshire, and all surrounding areas.

Additional Services:

We also provide a host of related, additional services, including deep cleaning of neglected houses, and the reinstatement of overgrown and out of control gardens, garden clearance, Central Heating, Water and Electricity Isolation, comprehensive Locksmith Services, and Hoarding Service. Our aim is to simplify the process of making your property ready for sale or transfer to a landlord.

Our Commitment to Quality

We are aware that a house clearance is often required in difficult circumstances, such as bereavement, and we pride ourselves on our expertise in carrying out our services with care, discretion, and with as little disruption as possible.

In particular, we will always:

Jeffrey Avery and Associates is fully insured and is a licenced waste carrier.

House Clearance Berkshire: Carried out by our dedicated local Berkshire team.

House clearance Berkshire: Areas

Berkshire Towns and postcodes A-E:

Arborfield Cross RG2 Ascot SL5 Boxford RG20 Bracknell RG42 Bracknell RG12 Bradfield RG7 Burghfield Common RG7 Chaddleworth RG20 Chieveley RG20 Compton RG20 Crowthorne RG45 East Ilsley RG20

Berkshire Towns and postcodes F-R:

Great Shefford RG17 Hermitage RG18 Hungerford RG17 Inkpen RG17 Kintbury RG17 Littlewick Green SL6 Maidenhead SL6 Mortimer RG7 Newbury RG14 Pangbourne RG8 Reading RG1

Berkshire Towns and postcodes S-Z:

Shurlock Row RG10 Slough SL1 Thatcham RG18 Twyford RG10 Upper Basildon RG8 Wargrave RG10 Windsor SL4 Winkfield Row RG42 Wokingham RG40 Woodley RG5 Woolhampton RG7 Wraysbury TW19

Other Berkshire Towns A-C:

Aldermaston Aldermaston Wharf Aldworth Arborfield Arborfield Cross Arborfield Garrison Ascot Ashampstead Aston Avington Bagnor Barkham Basildon Beech Hill Beedon Beenham Binfield Bisham Bockhampton Boxford Bradfield Bray Bray Wick Brightwalton Brimpton Bucklebury Burchett's Green Burghfield Burghfield Common Burghfield Hill Burleigh Calcot Catmore Caversham Chaddleworth Chapel Row Cheapside Chieveley Clewer Village Cockpole Green Cold Ash Coln-brook Combe Compton Cookham Cookham Dean Cookham Rise Cranbourne Crazies Hill Crookham Crowthorne Curridge

Other Berkshire Towns D-H:

Datchet Donnington Downend East Garston East Ilsley East Shefford Eastbury Easthampstead Eastheath Eddington Emmer Green Enborne Englefield Eton Eton Wick Farley Hill Farnborough Fawley Fifield Finchampstead Frilsham Furze Platt Grazeley Great Shefford Greenham Halfway Hampstead Norris Hamstead Marshall Hare Hatch Hawthorn Hill Hermitage Holyport Horton Hungerford Hungerford Newtown Hurley Hurley Bottom Hurst Hythe End

Other Berkshire Towns I-R:

Inkpen Kiln Green Kintbury Knowl Hill Lambourn Lambourn Woodlands Langley Leckhampstead Lilley Little Hungerford Littlewick Green Longlane Maiden's Green Maidenhead Midgham Mortimer Newbury Newell Green North Ascot North Street Oakley Green Old Windsor Padworth Paley Street Pangbourne Peasemore Pinkneys Green Popeswood Poyle Purley on Thames Reading Remenham Remenham Hill Ruscombe

Other Berkshire Towns S-Z:

Salt Hill Sandhurst Shaw Sheffield Bottom Shefford Woodlands Shinfield Shurlock Row Sindlesham Slough Sonning South Ascot South Fawley Southend Speen Spencers Wood Spital Stanford Dingley Stanmore Stockcross Stratfield Mortimer Streatley Stud Green Sulham Sulhamstead Sunningdale Sunninghill Swallowfield Thatcham Theale Three Mile Cross Tidmarsh Tilehurst Touchen-End Twyford Ufton Nervet Upper Basildon Upper Bucklebury Upper Green Upper Lambourn Upton Waltham St Lawrence Warfield Wargrave Warren Row Wash Common Wasing Welford West Ilsley West Woodhay Westbrook Weston Whistley Green White Waltham Whitley Wick Hill Wickham Wickham Heath Windsor Winkfield Winkfield Row Winnersh Winterbourne Wokefield Park Wokingham Woodlands Park Woodley Woodside Woolhampton World's End Wraysbury Yattendon

Some interesting facts about Berkshire:

The county is one of the oldest in England. It may date from the 840s, the probable period of the unification of "Sunningum" (East Berkshire) and "Ashdown" (the Berkshire Downs, probably including the Kennet Valley). The county is first mentioned by name in 860. According to Asser, it takes its name from a large forest of box trees that was called Bearroc (believed, in turn, to be a Celtic word meaning "hilly").

Berkshire has been the scene of many battles throughout history, during Alfred the Great's campaign against the Danes, including the Battle of Englefield, the Battle of Ashdown and the Battle of Reading. Newbury was the site of two Civil War battles, the First Battle of Newbury (at Wash Common) in 1643 and the Second Battle of Newbury (at Speen) in 1644. The nearby Donnington Castle was reduced to a ruin in the aftermath of the second battle. The Battle at Reading took place on 9 December 1688 in Reading. It was the only substantial military action in England during the Glorious Revolution and ended in a decisive victory for forces loyal to William of Orange. It was celebrated in Reading for hundreds of years afterwards.

Reading became the new county seat in 1867, taking over from Abingdon which remained in the county. Under the Local Government Act 1888, the Berkshire took over the functions of the Berkshire Quarter Sessions, covering an area known as the administrative county of Berkshire, which excluded the county borough of Reading. Alterations in the border of the 20th century were minor, Caversham Oxfordshire is part of the county town of Reading, and divestitures in the Oxford area.

On 1 April 1974 the borders of Berkshire are modified under the Local Government Act 1972nd Berkshire took over the administration of Slough and Eton and part of the former rural district of Eton Buckinghamshire. The northern part of the county became part of Oxfordshire, Faringdon, Wantage and Abingdon and hinterland becoming the Vale of White Horse district, and Didcot and Wallingford South Oxfordshire added to the district. 94 Signal Squadron (Berkshire Yeomanry) always keep the White Horse of Uffington in their badges, but now White Horse in Oxfordshire. The Local Government White Paper would have transferred original Henley-on-Thames in Oxfordshire to Berkshire: this proposal is not in the bill that was introduced.

The 1 April 1998 Berkshire County Council was abolished under a recommendation by the Banham Commission, and neighborhoods became unitary authorities. Unlike similar reforms elsewhere in the same time, it was outside the non-metropolitan county abolished. Signs saying "Welcome to the Royal County of Berkshire" have all but disappeared, but can still be seen on the border district of West Berkshire, on the east side of Virginia Water and the M4.

From the perspective of the landscape, Berkshire is divided into two distinct sections with the boundary lying roughly on a north-south line through the center of Reading.

The eastern part of Berkshire lies in the south of the Thames, the river forms the northern boundary of the county. In two places (Slough and Reading) the county now encompasses land north of the River. The tributaries of the Thames, including the Loddon and Blackwater increase the amount of backyard soil water in the region. In addition to the flood plain, gently sloping land on the border of Surrey and Hampshire. Much of this area is still a good piece of wood, especially around Bracknell and Windsor Great Park.

In the western part of the county and heading upstream, the Thames becomes the (current) border North County, the county, when behind the Goring Gap. This is a small part of the otherwise fairly wide river valleys, where the Thames at the end of the last Ice Age forced his way through the Chiltern hills (north of the river in Oxfordshire) and the Berkshire Downs.

As a result, the western part of the county lies in the valley of the river Kennet, which joins the Thames at Reading. Steep slopes on either side to define flat plain of the River. For the soaring floor to the south of the border with the neighboring county Hampshire, and the upper parts of the county is here. The highest of these is Walbury hill at 297 m (974 ft), which is also the highest point in southern England.

To the north of the Kennet, the land rises again Berkshire Downs. This is a hilly area, the smaller valleys and well-drained forests in the River Lambourn, Pang river and its tributaries, and open participation in the mountainous areas of the famous horse, and with it the ever-present training gallops.

As part of the 2002 campaign marketing, plant protection chosen charity plantlife Summer Snowflake (aka "Loddon Lily") as the county flower.

The interesting facts on this page were derived from Wikipedia.



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