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If you were to ask 100 people what they knew about moving house I can almost guarantee that about 99 of them would answer straight away that it is stressful. It is our default position. It is something that everyone knows. In fact, it has reached a point where people are so suckered in by this idea that they don’t even question if it is possible to get through a home or office move without the certainty of falling out with all your loved ones, shouting at your kids and kicking the cat. All of which makes it all the more fortunate that you clicked on this page, because there is another way, and that London Removals.
We believe in doing things a little differently to other removal companies up and down the country. We bring our years of experience to the fore and have used it to design the ultimate professional, personal removal service in the area. We show up days early, primed with some recommended packing materials to keep your possessions safe to do a removal assessment. By doing this, we can plan every aspect of your move from start to finish, ensuring that you aren’t left either paying for men and equipment you don’t need, or even worse, suffering the stress of not having enough people on site to take care of your needs. We have tips on everything from keeping the kids quiet to how to safely remove a washing machine and stow it for moving. You can get in touch with us at any time, so you might as well start now by calling 020 8811 8918.
SW5 covers the Earls Court area of London in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. It’s hard to believe but it was once a rural area covered by fields and meadows. It appears in the Domesday Book in 1086. The area really began to develop as a result of the Metropolitan Railway station which opened in 1869. Just 25 years later Earls Court had transformed from rural area to the newest and most thriving residential zone in the capital. It became increasingly famous at the back end of the 20th century as home to Princess Diana who lived at 60 Coleherne Court in the district. It was also the home for the flamboyant lead singer of Queen, Freddie Mercury, who lived just off Earls Court Road. The music legacy is continued with Take That singer, songwriter and X Factor head judge Gary Barlow and entertainer John Barrowman both call the area home. There are also a number of blue plaques in the area to commemorate former residents including the filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock.
The only thing we ask before we come round and start taking the stress off your shoulders is that you book us a parking space by following this link to the London Borough of Kensington and Chelsea website. From here, you can reserve us plenty of space, close to your door to ensure that your move is as quick and accident free as possible.
So if you want to have experience a move with none of the anxiety call us today on 020 8811 8918. We’ll even help you pack if you like!. Take advantage of our offers today.