Moving in the capital?

Moving in LondonMany members of the British Association of Removers understand the need for a competitive market in London, and many of them offer a man with van service in London at a competitive rate. This means that you benefit from the experience and care of a trusted, trained removals company, at a rate competitive to that of many of the smaller hobbyist firms.

It is important to remember that these are your belongings and you want to make sure that they are handled by professional trained permanently employed staff.

Man with Van, is a great option for small, personal moves around London, where you are just looking for your personal effects to be moved, and a few choice pieces of furniture, such as TV’s, microwaves etc. All their vans will be equipped with protective furniture blankets to protect your goods in transit, as well as having the surety that your goods are covered by insurance whilst being handled.

If you have a larger move on your hands it is best to hire a 2 man removal crew from a reputable removals firm in London. This will take the stress out of the move for you, as the two will be able to collect and deliver your goods between both properties. I have had many people tell me after they have tried to move themselves how much they regretted trying to do it all themselves, working until the late hours of the night trying to get everything moved, in what could take a removals firm half a day to do. Saving you time, and letting you focus on settling in and enjoying life in the Capital.

 


Mr ShifterWritten by Matthew Clifford of Mr Shifter (London) Removals and Storage.

http://mrshifterlondon.co.uk/

 


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