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Moving In Together After The Wedding

Posted by Rubbish Taxi | July 8th 2016

Long gone are the days of singledom. Get ready to embrace living with your new spouse. Keeping it minimal and fresh is easy when you know you ju...

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5 Tips To Clear Out Your Loft or Attic

Posted by Rubbish Taxi | June 17th 2016

If your loft is the only storage space for items then more than likely it will be a trip hazard each time you enter it. It may be a good idea to pu...

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The Safest Way To Dispose Of Your Fridge Freezer

Posted by Rubbish Taxi | May 17th 2016

A new fridge whether its a normal slimline fridge freezer or american style ice maker, may not be as rewarding as buying a new car or house...

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How To Turn Your Garden Into A Junk Free Haven

Posted by Rubbish Taxi | April 6th 2016

With summer lasting longer into the Autumn months of October, its makes sense to make use of your garden space for as long as you can. Small and la...

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What it Means to Upcycle

Posted by Rubbish Taxi | March 7th 2016

What could be better than taking a pile of scrap and transforming it into a more useful and aesthetic item? A new meaning and new function,...

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What our customers had to say

  • My family inherited a large house which we're constantly renovating to accommodate our family lifestyle. Rubbish Taxi are a trustworthy company that I feel comfortable letting into my family home.

    - Robert Hawley

  • Our programme focused on reducing a number of external buildings into one building. Rubbish Taxi were our chosen contractor to work alongside with us on this project based on meeting our budget.

    - Rebecca Perrior

  • As a landlord in East Ham, we have timely renovations at the end of each lease. Rubbish Taxi are a reliable service that always turn up when they say they will. They collected all broken wardrobes, old mattresses and sofas quickly and efficiently. We choose them every time because their rates are so low and it doesn't leave a big hole in our refurbishment budget.

    - Maria Bolton