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Wardrobe Removal

Wardrobe Removal
Regular price £60.00
Regular price Sale price £60.00
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Are you ready to make space for a new wardrobe or revamp your living area? Our specialist wardrobe removal service is designed to simplify that process for you.
At Central Junk our wardrobe removal service will take care of the collection and disposal of any sized wardrobes, from small freestanding kids wardrobes to large built-in integrated wardrobes. Simply choose your old or unwanted wardrobe size and type by adding to your van load, pick your preferable booking slot and we will take care of the rest. Alternatively add it to your van load along with other unwanted items you would like collected and disposed of and leave the heavy lifting to Central Junk. Our teams are trained in the efficient removal and dismantling process. Should you need your furniture dismantled please add this separately to your order.


Single Item pickup:
-Max loading time allowance is 10min
-Max weight allowance is
-Max capacity is 1 cubic yard

Multiple Item pickup:
-Maximum loading time, weight and capacity allowances will be calculated on the total jobs merit

- Full Junk Removal And Disposal, Waste Clearance Services provided To London & Nationwide.

- For more information or bespoke requests

Call: 020 3923 3679


What We Can And Cant Take

Things we can take include: NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE such as cardboard, household waste, demolition waste, magazines and brochures, mixed metals, timber, wood products, mixed recyclables, etc

Things we can't take Include: HAZARDOUS WASTE such as asbestos, chemical waste, batteries, solvents, or anything ignitable, corrosive, reactive or toxic.

(if any non permitted waste is found within rubbish and waste collected it may be returned or extra charges may apply)

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It has never been this easy. With just three simple steps, you'll be on your way to a seamless experience. No matter the requirements, we're here to ensure it's smooth sailing from start to finish.

  • Step 1. Choose Your Service

    Whether you're looking for furniture removal, every journey starts by selecting the right service for your needs. You can either:

    • Book Online: Dive right in and secure your slot.
    • Request a Quote: Not sure about the details? No worries. Provide us with some basic information, and we'll get back to you with a tailored estimate.
    • Call or Message: Prefer a more personal touch? Get in touch, and our experts will guide you through your options, ensuring you get a fair and accurate quote.
  • Step 2. Schedule It

    Once you've chosen your service, it's time to lock in the details:

    • Pick Your Date & Time: We understand the importance of punctuality. Select a timeslot that fits best with your schedule.
    • Provide Specifics: Not every furniture disposal is the same. Share any specific requirements or details about your bulky waste collection to ensure everything runs smoothly.
  • 3. Sit Back & Relax

    This is where the magic happens:

    • Service Excellence: Our professional team will be on site, delivering the top-notch Wardrobe Removal you've chosen. Using best practices and utmost care, we ensure everything goes as planned.
    • Completion: With the job done to the highest standards, all you need to do is sit back and let us do the heavy lifting.

Your Questions Answered

Wardrobe Removal FAQ's

How do I remove a freestanding wardrobe, or wardrobe connected with brackets?

It is quite important to plan ahead and take care when removing or handling the wardrobe as they can be fairly heavy and awkward to manoeuvre. You will need to ensure you have enough space and consider wearing gloves. You will also need to gather any tools required in advance and try to seek the help of a friend or family member.

Once you have done this you should:

Empty any contents of the wardrobe.
Check for any drawers not fixed in place by opening fully, then giving a steady tug. If it is not fixed in place it should drop right out at this point. Otherwise you will need to leave for later steps.
Check for any shelves that are only held in place by fittings but not actually fixed to the wardrobe itself, remove them and place them aside.
Next, move on to the doors, especially if they are mirrored as they can be quite heavy and make a considerable difference to the process. Ask a friend or family member to hold the door steady. If no one is available to assist alternatively you can wedge something underneath. Then, one by one, carefully remove the doors by undoing the screw/brackets holding each door in place. As you do so each door will gradually disconnect. Place them safely on the floor
For wardrobes attached to the wall, remove any screws and/or brackets holding it in place. For freestanding wardrobes it will be any screws and/or brackets holding it together
If the wardrobe has a back panel, you may need to remove it now to access the remaining fittings. Check for nails or tacks and gently knock the bank panel away from the main section
At this point you should be left with the main frame and middle sections and you will need to disassemble one panel at a time. Starting with the top panel, then the side and middle panels.
Contact us to schedule a collection of your dismantled wardrobe.

If you are not comfortable with any of the above steps our team of experts will be happy to arrange a disassembly and removal of your old or unwanted wardrobe at a time that is convenient for you.