Estate Clearance in Raleigh


Estate Clearance Services

Losing a loved one is probably one of the most difficult experiences to go through. There may be instances where you will have to manage the estate of a loved one, which is a very emotional yet necessary requirement. The compassionate team at Raleigh Secondhand Barn recognises that logistical challenges combined with emotional stress can make estate clearance very difficult for many families and loved ones. This can be further aggravated if the executor is living in a location that is far away from the estate. Our complete clearance service is suitable for those needing to clear out properties or family homes.
We understand that there is no one size fits all approach when it comes to clearing out your loved one’s property and possessions. This is why we offer a personalised, individual service that will be tailored to suit you and your family’s needs. Our service includes complete clearing out of properties including kitchen, bathroom, laundry area, garden shed and workshop areas. We will then direct you to a professional service to give the entire area a thorough clean after we have cleared it. Personal items such as photos, letters, mementos and personal papers will be packaged and set aside for the family’s perusal. Any smaller items of value such as jewellery will be properly itemised and dispersement will be discussed with the executor.
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In addition to handling deceased estates, our service also extends to individuals, couples or families moving into retirement homes as well as others looking to downsize or declutter their estate. Give us a call today to find out about how our estate clearance service can help you and your family. Located in Raleigh, we service clients throughout the Coffs Harbour, the mid north coast region and beyond.

Frequently Asked Questions


What should I do with hazardous waste found in my deceased loved one’s property?

Hazardous waste such as tyres, wet paint, toxic chemicals, oils and liquid concrete must be properly disposed of since these can pose a danger to people’s health.

Keep in mind that the disposal of toxic waste is different from normal garbage disposal. It is best to check with your local council to find out more about the disposal of hazardous waste.

I need to have my loved one’s property cleared out but I find it hard to sort out their things. Can I have someone do this for me?

Those who find it hard to go through their loved one’s belongings can have an estate clearance service do this for them. This kind of service saves individuals the time, effort and emotional stress of clearing their loved one’s possessions.

Property clearance businesses also itemise everything on the property and give executors options on what they should do with items that can be recyled or sold as well as disposables and waste products.

My loved one has just died and I do not know where to start with property clearance. What should I do first?

The sudden death of a loved one is especially hard to deal with during the first few days. Since this is a very emotional time for you and your family, it is best to take things one day at a time instead of rushing to get everything together. If you have the responsibility of handing an estate clearance the first step is to create a list. This list can itemise and classify all of the important documents and valuables in the estate, what will be thrown out and given away and how you plan on disposing of all garbage in the property. Having a list will make it easier to track things as you deal with clearing out your loved one’s property.