A bereavement may also necessitate the clearance of a flat or household. It is often complicated for relatives of deceased persons to carry out a household clearance themselves due to spatial distance or lack of time. In addition emotional strains cause by the many memories of the deceased makes a home clearance a difficult challenge for relatives. The Calla team is also there to support and relieve you in this situation. We can plan the overall household clearance and implement it professionally for you. We will inform you about the decisions to be made and possible courses of action during a joint inspection of the household to be dissolved. Should you not be able to organise an on-site inspection with us due to time constraints we will also inspect the relevant household property ourselves. We would also be happy to conduct a viewing with you via video/online conference.
Household goods and furniture not suitable for sale or donation can be disposed of free of charge up to a certain quantity through the bulky waste collection. The free quantities vary depending on the district. We will inform you accordingly and organise containers for larger quantities of bulky waste, scrap metal and rubbish as required. It goes without saying that we will dispose of all items from a household clearance in accordance with the relevant regulations and work with certified specialist recycling companies. We will also inform you about the disposal costs for the different types of waste.