Cleanout Frequently Asked Questions2020-02-18T21:46:24+00:00

Cleanout Frequently Asked Questions

Can I pay for a cleanout / removal service online?2020-02-18T20:36:23+00:00

YES!!! Follow the links to our cleanout / removal payment page.

How long will it take?2020-02-18T20:36:59+00:00

Each job varies.  Our staff will come asses your needs, prepare a proposal which will outline the time-frame to complete the job and return to you within 24 hours.

Are you licensed and insured?2020-02-18T20:37:40+00:00

Yes, Habitat Cleanout & Removal falls under Charlotte County Habitat for Humanity’s insurance coverage of 2 million for general liability, commercial auto and worker’s compensation.   All employees are on the company payroll.

Will you clean up after you remove items?2020-02-18T21:21:37+00:00

To meet the client’s needs we offer 3 levels of service:

  • Standard
    remove unwanted items from property
  • Standard Plus
    remove unwanted items from property, sweep floors and dust mop walls
  • White Glove
    remove unwanted items from property, deep clean and have property move-in/list ready.
How do you handle billing and payment?2020-02-18T21:25:34+00:00

50% deposit is due at the time of acceptance of proposal and the balance is due upon completion.

Do you have experience working in homes?2020-02-18T21:26:45+00:00

Our staff is highly qualified and has several years of experience working in our client’s homes in both delivering and accepting merchandise.

What if I just have items to donate?2020-02-18T21:27:21+00:00

We have donation pick-up trucks that operate M-F.  To schedule a donation pick-up call: 941-639-0586.

Is my donation tax deductible?2020-02-18T21:29:35+00:00

Items to be donated to our ReSale Stores are tax deductible.  Upon request, we will furnish a receipt acknowledging the donation.  IRS regulations do not permit Charlotte County Habitat to assign a value to the items.

, Cleanout Frequently Asked Questions

Charlotte County Habitat for Humanity now provides cleanout & removal services. To learn more, please visit our Habitat Cleanout & Removal page.

, Cleanout Frequently Asked Questions

Charlotte County Habitat for Humanity now provides cleanout & removal services. To learn more, please visit our Habitat Cleanout & Removal page.

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