We provide a fast and effective rubbish removal service. Balham is largely residential area, populated by simple Victorian terraces and the traditional mix of high street shops, restaurants, cafes and bars. Some examples of iconic architecture lie in places such as Du Cane Court, at the time of its construction, the largest block of private housing in Europe. Outside of the bustling and more commercial core of Balham, a pleasant mix of independent book shops and cafes can be found amongst the relatively quiet residential streets. Amongst it all are a few historic venues, such as the Bedford pub, known for it’s hosting of lively music and comedy.
Our crew often pick up great local information which we love sharing, we do employ a smart bunch. Ok, now for the important stuff - Rubbish collection. Will charge by how much junk is collected, it’s as simple as that. Our team will do all the clearing and loading. Then you can pay via your credit or debit card. Call us today for a free quote.
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Balham - The settlement appears in the Domesday Book as Belgeham. It was held by Geoffrey Orlateile. Its Domesday Assets were: 1½ ploughs, 8 acres (32,000 m2) of meadow. It rendered (in total): £2. The Balham area has been settled since Saxon times. Balham Hill and Balham High Road follow the line of the Roman road Stane Street to Chichester - (now the A24 road). Balham is recorded in several maps in the 1600s as Ballam or Balham Hill or Balham Manor. The village was largely within the parish of Streatham, although land to the north was part of Battersea.