A Success Story – From Man and Van to National House Clearance Company
Jeffrey Avery started his business over 30 years ago providing local house clearance services to customers based around south west London and Croydon. The business grew quickly as Jeffrey started to earn a good reputation for providing professional house clearance services as well as good value for money, and as he invested time and dedication into the business along with a commitment to constantly improve the standard of work, the company grew steadily and naturally to what it is today, with a heavy emphasis on upcycling and re-use as featured as one of the tasks in this years “The Apprentice” in which Jeffrey Avery took part.
This year Jeff opened a 1500 sq. ft furniture warehouse which retails everything from antiques and collectables, vintage clothing and shoes, modern design, retro, 1950’s, danish and general modern secfond hand furniture and household effects. Trade is brisk with trade and publis buyers coming form all over London. Shop opening hours are mon-sat 10am to 5.30pm, so please feeel free to visit and enjoy browsing around the store with all of its weird and wonderful items. On average the shop processes 4/5 house clearances a week so there is always lots of second hand furniture available.
Avery Associates Ltd is now one of the UK,s leading House Clearance and Probate Valuation service providers covering the whole of the UK. Jeffrey has trained his full time team of staff to be able to handle any scale of house clearance to the very highest standard and total customer care. And with a network of experienced house clearance teams and qualified RICS probate valuers in nearly all counties across the UK, Jeffrey Avery has become a leading authority for house clearance or probate advice with a company background that is second to none.
Avery Associates have a retail outlet and second hand furniture warehouse in South West London which has a busy turnover of used furniture much of which is purchased as a restoration project, creating that “shabby Sheek” look and the trend of upccling which is taking an old item and improving its look by adding modern design and fusing new with old, hence “upcycle”. Upcycling was the task for the teams in one of this years “The Apprentice” challenges, and to see and example of what can be achieved take a look at the screened version on BBC.
A business can always improve and Jeffrey Avery has stated that in 2012 his company will continue to expand the range of services provided and strive to provide the highest standard of work possible but at the same time providing competitive prices and good value for money. Please visit our store any time.
Jeffrey Avery is always happy to give complimentary advice on house clearance or furniture restoration and can be reached on 0800 567 7769