Over six million people move house every year in the UK, which is a large increase from 4.8 million in 1991. This suggests those in England and Wales have become a lot more mobile in an effort to move up the property ladder.

House removal companies offer a service to transport all your belongings to your new home, safely and without hassle. Whilst boxes can be packed and put into cars, this can’t be said for sofas, mattresses, washing machines, refrigerators and many more.

Depending on how many possessions you have in your home, removal companies will use vans, trucks or lorries to transport your belongings. Of course, this will reflect how much the removal company will charge.

Overseas relocation is also covered by removal companies, whereby containerised vans or shipping containers will be used.

It’s not just homeowners that will require removal companies either. Businesses relocating to a new office will also use the service, with desks, chairs and computers amongst the items needing to be moved.

Removal companies can often store your possessions too, in case there’s a time period between moving out of one home and moving into another. Relocating is a stressful and life changing time, so ensure everything runs smoothly by using reputable removal companies.

  • Take the hassle out of relocating

  • Companies provide home and business removals

  • Securely move your belongings to a new property

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Local Removals Projects

1 Project: House contents removal
2 Project: Pickup of one wardrobe from chingford, delivery to gipsy hill
3 Project: Moving from east Bolton to norfolk in september
4 Project: Collect 7 ft 3-seater sofa from ground floor in W6 and deliver to Satis Coach House, Yoxford IP17 8RE
5 Project: Moving from a 2 bed bungalow (with full garage and shed) in Baslow to a House in central Bakewell
6 Project: I have a corner couch, dining table and two chairs and a washing machine to be removed when I move house as they are no longer needes Time scale: Less than one month Please call to appoint
7 Project:
8 Project: Storage for about 6 weeks then furniture etc to be taken to Porth in South Ales
9 Project: move large items from perth rd to rattray, on Monday 30th july
10 Project: Move of 1 king bed, 1 large 3p suite, 3 wardrobes, large table, large desk, Large chair, garden furniture, large fridge, sundry boxes
11 Project: 2 SEATER & 3 SEATER SOFA Time scale: Less than one month Please call to appoint Please call to appoint
12 Project: House removal and storage
13 Project: full 3 bed house removal to blackpool
14 Project: Removal to N4 Contents of 2 bed flat Need two men
15 Project: WE NEED A REMOVAL CO Time scale: 1-3 months
16 Project: house removal to other house on higherfolds leigh lancs
17 Project: House removal to Oldbury, West Midlands Time scale: 1-3 months Please call to appoint
18 Project: 3+2 sofa moved to tip
19 Project: trasit van load of bed and a few small items of furniture plus many boxes to be collected and transported to up stairs flat in south street torquay.
20 Project: Removal of furniture and boxed goods of 1 bed bungalow to mckillaig place, both in Daliburgh and 5 mins by vehicle apart.

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Removals activity in September 2018

Removals Projects in the UK in September 2018

August 2018 July / August
Greater London 2,450 0% <img src=
South East 2,230 3% <img src=
Yorkshire & Humber 610 17% <img src=
South West 571 -7% <img src=
North West 560 -18% <img src=
Scotland 512 10% <img src=
Western Midlands 492 -20% <img src=
East Of England 460 -18% <img src=
East Midlands 373 -21% <img src=
Wales 302 -24% <img src=
Northern Ireland 97 -31% <img src=
North East 40 -43% <img src=
United Kingdom 8,697 -5%

Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.

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