Rubbish Removal Avoca, County Wicklow
We’re one of top Ireland’s largest man and van rubbish removal company: a same-day service, offering response times as low as 60 minutes within the M50. We do not charge extra for the congestion charge and 100% of our Avoca, County Wicklow vehicles are Euro 6. We recycle/divert over 98% of everything removed from landfill.
Bulky Waste Removal in Avoca, County Wicklow
Cost effective, eco friendly and reliable
We specialize in a cost-effective and on-demand waste disposal facility in Avoca, County Wicklow. No matter how much waste you have and how it is kept, we will have a safe and environmentally friendly solution and we also offer a 24/7 skip hire service. As well as our industry-leading ‘man and truck’ service, we also sell skips and skip bags of various sizes. So, if you’re renovating your home, getting an office space or landscaping your backyard, we’ve got a solution to help you out. Also we do offer all garden waste removal services.
Sofa Removal and Collection Avoca, County Wicklow
We have a great deal of expertise in removing and recycling sofas. We ensure that at least 95 per cent of the waste we receive in London is disposed of from the landfill. In certain cases, we might also be able to pick your sofa on the same day.
Office Clearance Service Avoca, County Wicklow
If you’re relocating or remodeling, our Office Clearance Service will help you get your business started. On the same day, our one or two-person technical teams will eliminate all waste from inside or outside the office with all fair work included.
Bulky Waste Disposal Avoca, County Wicklow
Whether it’s a few bulky things that can be removed from our ‘guy and truck’ service or a wide variety of things that need a Skip Bag or our skip hire service, our bulky waste disposal service is the solution to your waste management needs.
House Clearance Service Avoca, County Wicklow
Our famous ‘man and van’ service is available on a day-to-day basis to assist with house clearances. Our one or two-person teams can eliminate all unnecessary waste from the inside or outside of your property with all fair labor costs included.
Construction Waste Clearance Avoca, County Wicklow
No matter how big or small the job is, our skip bag and skip hire services will be able to meet your waste disposal requirements. Skips can be booked at your convenience through our 24/7 online service, with next day delivery and flexible collection options available.
Avoca (Irish: Abhóca, formerly Abhainn Mhór, meaning “the great river”) is a small town near Arklow, in County Wicklow, Ireland. It is situated on the River Avoca.
The Avoca area has been associated with its copper mines for many years and the valley has been celebrated by Thomas Moore in the song “The Meeting of the Waters”. The name of the song derives from the meeting of the Avonmore and Avonbeg rivers, about two miles from the village of Avoca. The song is said to have been written under a tree, the stump of which remains by the Meetings. Avoca is also famous for its handweaving, with Avoca Handweavers based there.
Avoca was once known as Newbridge. It subsequently became known as Ovoca, and then in Victorian times as Avoca. Ptolemy mentions the river Oboka on his early map of Ireland. The official name of the village is now Avoca in English and Abhóca in Irish. None of the other names are used today.
Avoca has been used as a filming location for several films and television series. The BBC series Ballykissangel was filmed there. In 1967, Avoca was one of the locations used in the film Jules Verne’s Rocket to the Moon, and it was the setting for the comedy film Zonad which had a general Irish release in 2010.
The red kite, recently reintroduced to Ireland, is now commonly seen in and around Avoca.
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