Clearabee Review

How does AnyJunk compare? Better than a Clearabee discount code 🙂

Review of Clearabee compared to AnyJunk

We’ve nothing against some healthy competition – it keeps us on our toes.  One competitor, Clearabee, likes to advertise on Google when people search our brand name, so we thought we’d provide a quick comparison about how they stack up.  This review also serves as a sort of Clearabee discount code, because our rates are more competitive in several ways.

Clearabee Prices compared to AnyJunk

Volume rates: Clearabee’s web prices increase cubic yard by cubic yard (ie. 1, 2, 3, 4 cubic yards etc).  We used to charge like this but a few years ago we shifted to larger size increments (ie. single item, 2 yards, 4 yards, 7 yards, etc) to make it easier for customers to estimate the correct size at booking (and hence how much to pay) and minimise the chance of a pricing surprise when the crew arrives on site.

Furniture items: Both companies have rates to remove and dispose of single items of furniture on a standalone basis and the table below shows how we compare.  AnyJunk prices are a substantial discount to Clearabee.

Furniture item collection Clearabee AnyJunk Discount
Armchair £69.99 £50.00 29%
2 Seater Sofa £79.99 £50.00 37%
3 Seater Sofa £89.99 £60.00 33%

 

Skip bag collections: Both companies offer a skip bag collection service.   The table below compares them. AnyJunk is a LOT cheaper.

Skip bag collection Clearabee AnyJunk Discount
1 yard / small skip bag £99.99 £90.00 10%
1.5 yard / medium skip bag £129.99 £110.00 15%

Landfill Diversion

Clearabee states their landfill diversion is 95%.  AnyJunk’s landfill diversion is 97%.

Speed & Arrival Windows

We both offer a same day service. AnyJunk also offers ‘collection within 2 hours’ in the London region.
Clearabee offers ‘2-hour’ arrival slots.  AnyJunk offers ‘1-hour’ arrival slots.

Clearabee Technology vs AnyJunk Technology

AnyJunk’s technology is multi-award winning.  Developed in-house by our team of engineers led by a PhD in theoretical computer science, our stack is an end-to-end enterprise system covering everything from booking, CRM, job allocation, performance management, supplier compliance and supplier billing to customer portals, supplier portals, debtor management, dynamic pricing, track & trace customer comms, and detailed reporting.

We understand that Clearabee licenses a system from a third party provider.

More Information About Clearabee

Clearabee was founded in 2012 and has its head office in Birmingham. It is owned by Daniel Long and Rob Linton. Clearabee’s collection vehicles comprise mainly Luton vans (like the ones used by removal firms for A to B removal work) and slide door transit vans (typically used by couriers for parcel delivery).  They don’t have any depots because all the vehicles are parked outside their employees’ homes overnight.  None of the vehicles are HGVs, which means no O license concerns or tachographs, but payload (ie. ability to carry weight) is limited.