Man and Van Loxford, IG1

It won’t take long for us to convince you why our Loxford man and van company is the local leader in the removal industry. We claim to be the best movers in the area because our team is the most experienced, well equipped and best prepared for any relocation project.

Loxford-moving-teamWe have earned and kept our reputation throughout over time by putting a lot of effort day after day, handling any project – from single item removal to a full house relocation.  Today all our clients know that we are a moving company that will always find a way to complete their relocations within the desired parameters.

And while it sound boastful, it is a fact that we are the man and van Loxford based company that sets the standard for high quality commercial and home removals. We always aim for excellence – our clients deserved nothing less than flawless removal services. We have a 100% completion ration, never cutting corners or compromising the safety of the items part of the removal.

Man and van and full size removal service in Loxford, IG1

The scope of your move is of no concern because we have an large auto-park of diverse professional removal vehicles. Our fleet of removal vans and trucks comprised of:

  • Moving vans
  • Small and mid-sized trucks
  • Transit trucks

Bein properly equipped and prepared we can move any load from A to B in Loxford and even more – to conduct inter-city removals.

Loxford-Primary-SchoolIf you wish to learn more about our moving company we welcome you to explore our website in full or directly get in touch for more info and a free service quote.

As you have already guessed we operated from the district of Loxford. The district is part of the London Borough of Redbridge and lies in the IG1 postcode district. The district of Loxford is known throughout the city for its multicultural and multiethnic population. Also Loxford has one of the highest density rates in London. The district is bordered by the areas of Barking from the south, Ilford from the north, Woodgrange Park from the west and Mayesbrook Park from the east. The closest rail link is situated in the neighboring area of Barking and is the Barking Railway Station. The station is located at about one mile from the centre of the district of Loxford and was opened in 1854. In 1905 the station was closed only to be reopened three years later in 1908.