All Clear Sussex are a trusted house clearing service in Hove, relied on by countless residents across East Sussex to clear and clean properties. However, we understand that you may have questions about our services and process.
Our aim is to give detailed probate clearing advice and help our customers with any enquiry they might have. We have tried to answer the most common questions online and give the best possible probate clearing advice. Alternatively, a friendly member of our team is always available to answer any unanswered questions on the phone.


The team at All Clear Sussex have answered frequently asked questions below to try and give as much probate clearance help as possible. Our aim is to always create satisfied customers with our services and that’s why we try to answer any questions to make the start of the process as easy as possible. Take a read through them now and let us know if you have any more questions.

It starts with a phone call or email to All Clear. We’ll then contact you and arrange a free, no obligation visit to the property. Before we leave, we’ll give you a written fixed-price quote for you to consider. If you decide to go ahead, we’ll check availability and confirm your booking on a date that’s convenient for you. Most house clearances are completed within one working day, using a two, three or four-man team. We’ll start work around 8am, finishing by 5pm.

You’re welcome to be there if you wish, but we generally recommend that you vacate the property while we work. Before we finish, we’ll give you a call so that you have a chance to inspect our work, and photos of our completed work will be sent to you by email.

We’re confident that we can clear any item, whether it be furnishings, electrical goods, garden waste, or the contents of a garage, loft or cellar. What’s more, we have all the necessary licenses and insurance to be able to dispose of rubbish and other waste material legally, safely and in an environmentally-friendly way.

That’s not a problem. All Clear has vast experience in handling items of value. During our initial visit, we’ll identify any item we believe has a resalable value great than £50 and will offer to purchase those items from you. This sum will then be offset against your final bill. Our valuation is equivalent to the amount of money which could be obtained if the item was sold at auction. It’s more convenient for you too, since you won’t have to pay transport costs or wait weeks before you can sell the items at auction yourself.

All Clear will credit you with whatever balance is due. The payment will be made by cheque or bank transfer, whichever you prefer.

No. All our staff are trained and suitably dressed to carry out house clearances, whatever condition it’s in. We bring all our own bags and boxes and sort out the contents on site. All we need from you is the keys to the property, which we’re quite happy to collect from a friend, neighbour, solicitor or estate agent.

Yes – we offer an excellent deep cleaning service which brings cleared properties up to a condition suitable for being put on the market. This cleaning usually only takes a day.