House Clearance Hertfordshire

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

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 Hertfordshire Companies.

House Clearance Hertfordshire: In addition to our core service as Hertfordshire 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 Hertfordshire

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

Hertfordshire 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 Hertfordshire, 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 Hertfordshire: Carried out by our dedicated local Hertfordshire team.

House clearance Hertfordshire: Areas

Hertfordshire: Towns and postcodes A-R:

Albury SG11 Aldbury HP23 Ashwell SG7 Baldock SG7 Barkway SG8 Benington SG2 Berkhamsted HP4 Bishop's Stortford CM23 Brent Pelham SG9 Bull's Green SG3 Bushey Heath WD2 Chorleywood WD3 Cottered SG9 Cromer SG2 Cuffley EN6 Dane End SG12 Elstree WD6 Great Hormead SG9 Harpenden AL5 Hatfield AL10 Hemel Hempstead HP3 Hertford SG13 Hitchin SG5 Hitchin SG4 Hoddesdon EN11 Kelshall SG8 Kimpton SG4 Kings Langley WD4 Letchworth SG6 Little Gaddesden HP4 Much Hadham SG10 Park Street AL2 Pirton SG5

Hertfordshire Towns and postcodes S-Z:

Radlett WD7 Redbourn AL3 Rickmansworth WD3 Royston SG8 Shephall SG2 St Albans AL3 Stevenage SG1 Tewin AL6 Walkern SG2 Ware SG12 Welwyn Garden City AL8 Weston SG4 Wheathampstead AL4 Whitwell SG4

Hertfordshire Other Towns A-C:

Abbots Langley Albury Aldbury Aldenham Allen's Green Anstey Apsley Ardeley Ashwell Aspenden Aston Aston End Ayot St Lawrence Ayot St Peter Baker's End Baldock Barkway Barley Barleycroft End Batchworth Batchworth Heath Bayford Bayfordbury Bedmond Bell Bar Bendish Bengeo Benington Berkhamsted Bishop's Stortford Blackmore End Borehamwood Bourne End Bovingdon Boxmoor Bragbury End Bramfield Braughing Breachwood Green Brent Pelham Bricket Wood Broadwater Brookmans Park Broxbourne Buckland Bucks Hill Bull's Green Buntingford Burnham Green Bury Green Bushey Bushey Heath Bygrave Caldecote Chandler's Cross Chapmore End Charlton Cheshunt Cheverell's Green Childwick Green Chipperfield Chipping Chiswell Green Chorleywood Church End Churchgate Clothall Cockernhoe Codicote Cole Green Collier's End Colney Heath Colney Street Cottered Cromer Cromer Hyde Croxley Green Cuffley

Hertfordshire Other Towns D-H:

Dane End Datchworth Datchworth Green Digswell East End Eastbury Eastwick Elstree Epping Green Essendon Felden Flamstead Flamstead End Flaunden Frogmore Furneux Pelham Gaddesden Row Gilston Park Goff's Oak Gosmore Graveley Great Amwell Great Gaddesden Great Hormead Great Offley Great Wymondley Green End Green Street Green Tye Hadham Cross Hadham Ford Hailey Hall's Green Hammond Street Hare Street Harmer Green Harpenden Hastoe Hatching Green Hatfield Hatfield Hyde Haultwick Hay Street Hebing End Hemel Hempstead Heronsgate Hertford Hertford Heath Hertingfordbury Hexton High Cross High Wych Hinxworth Hitchin Hoddesdon Holwell Hunsdon Huntonbridge

Hertfordshire Other Towns I-R:

Ickleford Kelshall Kimpton King's Walden Kings Langley Kinsbourne Green Knebworth Langley Lemsford Letchmore Heath Letchworth Letty Green Leverstock Green Ley Green Lilley Little Amwell Little Berkhamsted Little Gaddesden Little Hadham Little Hormead Little Wymondley London Colney Long Marston Maple Cross Markyate Marshall's Heath Meesden Merry Hill Mill End Much Hadham Nasty Nettleden New Mill Newgate Street Newnham Northaw Northchurch Norton Nuthampstead Oaklands Old Knebworth Park Street Patmore Heath Perry Green Peter's Green Piccotts End Pirton Potten End Potters Bar Potters Crouch Preston Puckeridge Puttenham Radlett Radwell Redbourn Reed Rickmansworth Ridge Ringshall Roe Green Royston Rushden Rye Park

Hertfordshire Other Towns S-Z:

Sacombe Sandon Sandridge Sarratt Sawbridgeworth Shenley Shenleybury Shephall Smug Oak South Mimms South Oxhey Spellbrook Spitalbrook St Albans St Ippollitts St Margarets St Paul's Walden St Stephens Stanborough Standon Stanstead Abbots Stapleford Stevenage Stocking Pelham Tewin The Folly The Node Therfield Thorley Thorley Street Throcking Thundridge Tonwell Tring Trowley Bottom Turnford Wadesmill Walkern Wallington Walsworth Waltham Cross Ware Wareside Water End Waterford Watford Watton-at-Stone Welham Green Welwyn Welwyn Garden City West Hyde Westmill Weston Wheathampstead Whelpley Hill Whitwell Widford Wigginton Wildhill Willian Wilstone Wood End Woodside Woolmer Green Wormley Wroth

Some interesting facts about Hertfordshire:

Hertfordshire was originally the area assigned to a fortress constructed at Hertford under the rule of Edward the Elder in 913. The name Hertford is derived from the Anglo-Saxon heort ford, meaning deer crossing (of a watercourse). The name Hertfordshire first appears in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle in 1011. Deer feature prominently in many county emblems.

There is evidence of human beings living in Hertfordshire since the Middle Stone Age. It was first farmed during the Neolithic period and permanent habitation appeared at the beginning of the Bronze Age. This was followed by tribes settling in the area during the Iron Age.

After the Roman conquest of Britain, AD 43, Aboriginal Catuvellauni quickly delivered and adapted to Roman life, the development of several new cities, such as Verulamium (St Albans).

With the departure of Roman legions in the early fifth century, he had unprotected area invaded and colonized by the Anglo-Saxons. By the sixth century, most of modern County was part of the Middle-Saxon kingdom. This relatively short-lived kingdom collapsed in the ninth century, secession Hertfordshire area to control the West Anglian Mercia. Finally, an English Shire in the 10th century, the merger of the West Saxon kingdoms and the Mercians.

A century later, William of Normandy, brought to life won, senior English and Gentlemen, Clergy, from Berkhamsted, so unchallenged for access to London and the coronation at Westminster, when the new anglicized title of William the Conqueror.

After the Norman Conquest in Hertfordshire has been used by some of the new Bishop Norman castles and the royal residence of Berkhamsted.

Domesday Book recorded in the county 900. Tring and Danais became one, Dacorum from (Danis Corum or Danish general, not referring to the past Viking Saxon). The other seven Braughing, Broadwater, Cashion, Edwinstree, Hertford, Hitchin and Odsey.

As London grew, it became the capital of Hertfordshire near English, much of the area was owned by the nobility and aristocracy, this patronage helped to boost the local economy. But the biggest boost came from Hertfordshire during the Industrial Revolution, after the population has increased dramatically. In 1903, Letchworth was the first city in the garden of the world and Stevenage became the first city to rebuild in the New Towns Act 1946.

From 1920 until late 1980, the town of Borehamwood was home to one of the most complex of the British film studios, including MGM-British. Many famous movies were made here, including the films of the first three Star Wars (IV, V and VI). The studies generally used the name of Elstree (the nearby village). U.S. Director Stanley Kubrick not only used for recording in the studio, but also lived in the area until his death. In more recent times, has had the likes of Elstree Big Brother UK and wants to be a millionaire? filmed there, while EastEnders is filmed at the studios. Hertfordshire has also been expanded to other film studios complex, Leavesden Film Studios have been developed in the Leavesden site Aerodom. The Harry Potter series was filmed in the studios, while the 1996 James Bond film GoldenEye was also filmed there.

On 17 October 2000 Hatfield rail crash killed four people injured 170th The crash exposed the lack of Railtrack, which then had the speed limit and replacement of the main tracks. On May 10, 2002, the second of Potters Bar rail crash have been killed seven people, the train at high speed when it derailed and overturned in the air when a car slid along the platform when it came to rest. In early December 2005 2005 Hemel Hempstead fuel depot explosions occurred in the terminal of Hertfordshire Oil Storage.

In 2012, the city of Waltham Cross in the town of Broxbourne will host the canoe and kayak slalom in the 2012 Olympics.

Following a proposal made by the Welwyn Garden Heritage Trust, which is a town planner Andres Duany suggested that designated "Garden Villages" could be built in Hertfordshire to relieve some pressure for new homes, with perhaps a garden city third to follow.

The interesting facts on this page were derived from Wikipedia.

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