Our Services - CJW Property Services, Inverness

House Clearance

We carry out part and full house clearances and can remove most things requested. We can even remove the carpets if required. A house clearance, using a professional clearance company is the easiest, most cost effective and environmentally friendly way to clear a property. We can clear basements, lofts, garages, sheds and the garden, leaving them clutter free, giving you, your space back. We are completely flexible and can collect keys from a designated person if you cannot attend. This could be a family member, solicitor, estate agent, landlord, whosoever you choose and return them after the clearance, the same day, usually. As house clearance specialists we are also able to work alongside local solicitors. We can cater to all commercial requirements and offer a discreet, professional and affordable service.
If you are a solicitor who needs a reliable and efficient house clearance service in Inverness or the Highlands, please contact CJW Property Services.

Bereavement Clearance

CJW PROPERTY Clearances can help relieve the emotion and strain of clearing a loved-ones home by offering a complete bereavement clearance service for you. Please contact us for a personal discussion to see how we can help.

Landlord Clearance

If you are a landlord or estate agent and require a property clearance prior to renovation or due to rubbish left by a previous tenant CJW PROPERTY Clearances can help. Please contact us for and see how CJW Property Services give you the services you require.

End of Tenancy Cleaning

Let us take the strain out of moving home and your end of tenancy cleaning. We will clean to a standard of your choice, from a full inventory style deep clean to light sparkle cleans. We are experienced end of tenancy cleaners, cleaning to a high standard and paying close attention to detail.

Legionella Risk Assessment

Organisations, or self-employed individuals, who provide residential accommodation or who are responsible for the water system(s) in their premises, are responsible for ensuring that the risk of exposure to Legionella bacteria in those premises is properly assessed and controlled. All water systems require an assessment of the risk which they can carry out themselves if they are competent, or employ somebody who is. Landlords of residential accommodation have responsibilities for combating Legionnaires' Disease. Health and Safety legislation requires that landlords carry out risk assessments for the Legionella bacteria which cause Legionnaires' Disease and thereafter maintain control measures to minimise the risk. Most rented premises will be low risk but it is important that risk assessments are carried out and control measures introduced. CJW carries out the Legionella Risk Assessment. For more detail please contact CJW Property Services, Inverness.
CJW property services offer Legionella Risk Assessments carried out by BPEC Qualified Risk Assessor

Fire Detection & Warning

  • Private Rented Housing Panel
  • The revised Domestic Technical Handbook guidance states there should be at least:
    • one functioning smoke alarm in the room which is frequently used by the occupants for general daytime living purposes
    • one functioning smoke alarm in every circulation space, such as hallways and landings
    • one heat alarm in every kitchen
    • all alarms should be interlinked

Grade D mains powered, interlinked alarms with back-up power supply are required under BS5839-6:2013

The repairing standard does not include carbon monoxide alarms. At least 50 people die of carbon monoxide poisoning every year in the UK and installation of carbon monoxide alarms is recommended as good practice. However, from 1st October 2013 Scottish building regulations require carbon monoxide detectors to be fitted when a new or replacement boiler or other fixed heating appliance is installed in a dwelling.

CJW electrics install fire and CO detection to current legislation

Electrical Testing and Installations

  • Private Rented Housing Panel

    Private landlords in Scotland are required by law to ensure that a rented house meets the repairing standard at the start of a tenancy and throughout a tenancy.
    One part of the repairing standard is that:

  • the installations in the house for the supply of electricity
  • electrical fixtures and fittings, and
  • any appliances provided by the landlord under the tenancy

  • are in a reasonable state of repair and in proper working order

CJW Electrics Our Electrical Services Site

CJW Electrics provide

  • In Service Inspection and Testing
  • Electrical Installation Condition Reports
  • Electrical Repairs and Maintenance
  • All of the above are carried out by Select approved personnel

Other Services

CJW property services offer a full range of services at competitive rates including:

  • kitchen & bathroom installations
  • tiling & flooring
  • decorating etc
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