Kitchen Removal Guide

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How to Remove a Kitchen Sink UK

How to Remove an Oven

How to Remove Built in Hobs

How to Remove Kitchen Cabinets

How to Remove Kitchen Countertops

How to Remove Vinyl Flooring

Whether you’re just replacing an old sink or completely remodeling your kitchen, these processes can produce some cumbersome waste. Within this guide, we’ll showcase some of the best options to having items like ovens, kitchen cabinets, vinyl flooring and more removed with Clearabee. We’ve also included some step-by-step guides if you’re looking to perform some DIY tasks in your kitchen.


If you are unexperienced or unsure about performing any of these jobs we’d recommend getting in contact with a professional instead. Once the jobs are completed, we can simply collect the resulting waste and leave you with a tidy new kitchen.


How quickly can you come and collect my rubbish?

Our ‘Man and Van’ service can provide rubbish removals on a same-day basis and typically deliver skips the day after your enquiry.

How much does it cost to remove a kitchen?

The dismantling of a kitchen can cost between £200 – £1000 so be sure to factor that cost in budgeting for a kitchen refurbishment. You can try and keep the costs low by performing some of the tasks yourself and leaving the more difficult jobs to the professionals.

Can you put domestic waste in a skip?

You can put domestics waste and rubbish generated by a kitchen clearance in a skip. Be sure to get in contact and we can recommend the perfect skip size as it can be easy to overfill a skip.


Whether you need to lift your kitchen sink, hobs or counter, you’ll need a few tools. Each page will have its own list but here are some tools you may require.


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