House Clearance Hampshire

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

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 Hampshire Companies.

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

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

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

House clearance Hampshire: Areas

Hampshire Towns and Postcodes A-E

Abbotts Ann SP11; Aldershot GU12; Alresford Alton GU34; Andover SP10; Ashurst SO40; Basingstoke RG21; Beaulieu SO42; Bentley GU10; Bishop's Waltham SO32; Blackfield SO45; Blackmoor GU33; Bordon GU35; Botley SO30; Braishfield SO51; Bramdean SO24; Bransgore BH23; Breamore SP6; Brockenhurst SO42; Broughton SO20; Bucklers Hard SO42; Burgh-clere RG20; Burley BH24; Bursledon SO31; Cadnam SO40; Chandler's Ford SO53; Chilbolton SO20; Cosham PO6; Droxford SO32; Dummer RG25; Durley SO32; East End RG20; East End SO41; East Meon GU32; Eastleigh SO50; Emsworth PO10; Eversley RG27

Hampshire Towns and Postcodes F-L

Fair Oak SO50; Fareham PO16; Farnborough GU11; Fawley SO45; Fleet GU13; Fordingbridge SP6; Gosport PO12; Grateley SP11; Hamble SO31; Hambledon PO7; Hartley Wintney RG27; Hatherden SP11; Havant PO9; Hawkley GU33; Hayling Island PO11; Headley RG19; Headley GU35; Heckfield RG27; Herriard RG25; Highclere RG20; Hook RG27; Horndean PO8; Hursley SO21; Hurstbourne Tarrant SP11; Hythe SO45; Itchen Abbas SO21; King's Somborne SO20; Kingsclere RG20; Lee-on-the-Solent PO13; Linkenholt SP11; Liphook GU30; Liss GU33; Lockerley SO51; Locks Heath SO31; Long Sutton RG29; Longparish SP11; Lymington SO41; Lyndhurst SO43

Hampshire Towns and Postcodes L-R

Micheldever SO21; Milford on Sea SO41; Odiham RG29; Ower SO51; Owslebury SO21; Passfield GU30; Petersfield GU31; Portchester PO16; Portsmouth PO5; Preston Candover RG25; Privett GU34; Ringwood BH24; Rockbourne SP6; Romsey SO51; Ropley SO24; Rowland's Castle PO9

Hampshire Towns and Postcodes S-Z

Selborne GU34; Silchester RG7; Southampton SO15 Sparsholt SO21; St Mary Bourne SP11; Stockbridge SO20; Stubbington PO14; Sutton Scotney SO21; Tadley RG26; Titchfield PO14; Totton SO40; Turgis Green RG27; Twyford SO21; Waterlooville PO7; West End SO30; West Meon GU32; West Wellow SO51; Weyhill SP11; Whitchurch RG28; Wickham PO17; Winchester SO23; Yateley GU46


PO1 PORTSMOUTH Portsmouth, Fratton

PO2 PORTSMOUTH Portsmouth, Hilsea, North End

PO3 PORTSMOUTH Portsmouth, Hilsea




PO7 WATERLOOVILLE Waterlooville, Denmead, Purbrook

PO8 WATERLOOVILLE Clanfield, Cowplain, Horndean

PO9 HAVANT, ROWLAND'S CASTLE Havant, Rowland's Castle

PO10 EMSWORTH Emsworth

PO11 HAYLING ISLAND Hayling Island

PO12 GOSPORT Gosport, Alverstoke, Hardway

PO13 GOSPORT, LEE-ON-THE-SOLENT Gosport, Lee-on-the-Solent

PO14 FAREHAM Fareham, Hill Head, Stubbington, Titchfield

PO15 FAREHAM Fareham, Titchfield, Whiteley



City of Southampton

SO14 SOUTHAMPTON City Centre, St. Mary's, Newtown, Nicholstown, Ocean Village, Chapel, Eastern Docks, Bevois Valley Southampton

SO15 SOUTHAMPTON Shirley, Freemantle, Banister Park, Millbrook Southampton

SO16 SOUTHAMPTON Bassett, Redbridge, Rownhams, Nursling, Chilworth Southampton, Test Valley

SO17 SOUTHAMPTON Highfield, Portswood, St Denys, Swaythling Southampton

SO18 SOUTHAMPTON Bitterne, Bitterne Park, Chartwell Green, Townhill Park, Southampton Airport Southampton, Eastleigh

SO19 SOUTHAMPTON Sholing, Thornhill Southampton

SO20 STOCKBRIDGE Stockbridge Test Valley

SO21 WINCHESTER Compton, Colden Common, Hursley, Micheldever, Owslebury, Shawford, South Wonston, Sutton Scotney, Sparsholt, Twyford Winchester

SO22 WINCHESTER Badger Farm, Fulflood, Hursley, Littleton and Harestock, Olivers Battery, Pitt, St Cross (W), Stanmore, Weeke Winchester

SO23 WINCHESTER City Centre, Abbotts Barton, Bar End, Highcliffe, Hyde, St Cross (E), Winnall Winchester

SO24 ALRESFORD New Alresford, Old Alresford, Cheriton, Tichborne Winchester

SO30 SOUTHAMPTON Botley, Hedge End, West End Eastleigh

SO31 SOUTHAMPTON Warsash, Hamble-le-Rice , Locks Heath Eastleigh, Fareham

SO32 SOUTHAMPTON Bishops Waltham, Corhampton, Droxford, Durley, Exton, Meonstoke, Shedfield, Soberton, Swanmore, Upham, Warnford, Wickham Eastleigh, Winchester

SO40 LYNDHURST, SOUTHAMPTON Totton, Lyndhurst, Cadnam, Marchwood New Forest

SO41 LYMINGTON Milford-on-Sea, Pennington, Boldre New Forest

SO42 BROCKENHURST Beaulieu New Forest


SO45 SOUTHAMPTON Hythe, Fawley, Blackfield, Calshot, Hardley New Forest

SO50 EASTLEIGH Town Centre Eastleigh

SO51 ROMSEY Romsey, Ampfield, Lockerley, Mottisfont, Wellow Test Valley

SO52 ROMSEY North Baddesley Test Valley

SO53 EASTLEIGH Chandler's Ford Eastleigh, Test Valley

Some interesting facts about Hampshire:

The chalk downland of the South Downs and southern edges of Salisbury Plain were settled in the neolithic, and these settlers built hill forts such as Winklebury and may have farmed the valleys of Hampshire. Hampshire was part of an area named Gwent or Y Went by the Celts, which also covered areas of Somerset and Wiltshire. In the Roman invasion of Britain, Hampshire was one of the first areas to fall to the invading forces. The southern portion of the county known as the Meon and in particular the valley of the River Hamble was occupied by Jutish tribes from perhaps as early as 495. Later West Saxon migrants absorbed the Jutish tribes within Wessex after 530.

Some researchers believe that there is evidence to show the limits of the traditional Hampshire County dates back to the years after the settlement of Saxon origin in the west to 519th, it is likely that both Winchester and Silchester would have fallen to the West Saxons between the years 508 and 514th A recent stack against the Hampshire Avon Old Sarum 519 seems to have been controlled by the British in Charford. Albany historian in the first major wars of Wessex is the case that the County of Hampshire traditional likely match those of the first West Saxon kingdom established by Cerdic and his son.

Proof of this comes from the border between Hampshire and Berkshire, which usually follows the line of the Roman road that ran east and west to Silchester, but deviates in the north in a semi-circle to include the entire area around the city. He says that the capture of Silchester, no trace has survived, was not the work of the angles of Mercia, but the West Saxons probably surprising north of Winchester, and possibly acting in concert with a separate force to make their way to Thames Valley toward reading. Silchester was abandoned after his fall and it is unlikely that anything would have been paid for their side of the border was the scene of the Province was made in a later period.

Survey the boundaries between Hampshire and Wiltshire also appears to suggest the advance westward of the West Saxons was halted by the 519th AD or so, which would confirm the date specified in the Annals of Cambria British decisive victory Battle of Mons Badonicus in the year 517, would have ceased more Anglo-Saxon attacks in the south west of Midland and Great Britain for at least a generation.

Hampshire was one of the first Saxon counties, is recognized as Hamtunscir 755, but two centuries represented the western end of Saxon, as the progress of Dorset and Somerset held off the British. The name comes from the port of Southampton, who was formerly known as simply "Hampton". When the Saxons proceeded west Hampshire became the center of the kingdom of Wessex, and many Saxon kings are buried in Winchester. The statue in Winchester celebrates the powerful King Alfred, which has established itself in the 9 th century.

After the Norman Conquest the county was encouraged by Norman kings who established the New Forest as a hunting forest. The county was recorded in the Domesday Book divided into 44 hundreds. Since the 12th century, the ports have grown in importance, driven by trade with the continent, wool and cloth manufacture in the county and industry, and a shipbuilding industry was established.

For centuries a number of castles and forts were built along the shores of the Solent to defend the ports of Southampton and Portsmouth. These include the Roman Portchester Castle which overlooks Portsmouth Harbour, and a series of forts built by Henry VIII including Hurst Castle, situated on a sandbar at the mouth of the Solent, Calshot Castle on another spit the mouth of Southampton Water and Netley Castle. Southampton and Portsmouth remained important ports where rivals such as Poole and Bristol declined, as they are among the few locations that combine shelter with deep water. Southampton has been host to many famous ships, including the Mayflower and the Titanic, the latter being composed largely by natives of Southampton.

Hampshire has played an important role in World War II, thanks to its large Royal Navy in Portsmouth Harbour, the military camp in Aldershot and the military Netley Hospital on Southampton Water and the proximity of military training camps, and from Salisbury Plain and Purbeck Island. Super Marine Spitfire and other military equipment designer, based in Southampton, which led to severe bombing of the city. Aldershot remains one of Britain's military, the main permanent camps. Farnborough is a major center for aviation.

Isle of Wight has traditionally been considered part of Hampshire for some purposes, but it has been administratively independent for over a century, obtaining a county council of its own in 1890. Isle of Wight County has become a ceremony in 1974. Apart from a joint police force, there is now no formal links between administrative Isle of Wight and Hampshire, but many organizations combine Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.

Cities Bournemouth and Christchurch also fall within the traditional county of Hampshire, but was transferred to Dorset in the municipal reorganization of 1974.

The interesting facts on this page were derived from Wikipedia.

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