Man and Van St Giles, WC2

There are numerous ways to approach a relocation but the best way is to use the services of a professional removal company. There is no better way to ensure that your move to or from St Giles goes without any problems, slow-downs or other hassles.

Our team has been part of the removal industry for almost a decade now, working all over London. Over time we’ve been able to take a shot at both big and small, easy and complex jobs and thus we feel confident our movers have the skills and experience to safely handle your move, as well.

Full spectre of removal services

No other man and van St. Giles based company has our range of removal services. We have separated our removal options into several categories and sub-categories so that our clients can more precisely choose the solution they need. Below is a basic list of what our moving team can do for you:

  1. Home removals
    1. Full domestic removals
    2. Partial domestic removals
    3. Full and partial tenancy removals
  2. Commercial and office removals
    1. Full commercial and office removals
    2. Partial commercial and office removals
  3. Specialized removals
    1. Heavy duty removals
    2. Rubbish removals
    3. Artwork removals
  4. Standalone services
    1. Packing and unpacking services
    2. Loading and unloading services
    3. Transportation services
    4. Furniture removals
  5. Rental services
    1. Moving van rental
    2. Moving equipment rental

St-Giles-ChurchWe are able to provide all these services and many more because of the fact that we have the largest and finest team of professional packers, carriers and moving van drivers. Our team includes all necessary specialists to ensure a swift and efficient removal. We’re the man and van St Giles based company with most strict employment policy, only hiring the best of the best movers with years of experience in this line of work.

We are seated in the central London district of St. Giles. The district is part of the London Borough of Camden and was formed in the 19th century when the parishes of St. Giles in the Fields and St. George Bloomsbury were merged together. The district is also part of the Midtown Business Improvement District and lies in the WC2 postal code district. Many Londoners consider the church of St. Giles in the Fields to be the focal landmark of the district. The church was built during the first half of the 18th century on the same site where once stood several other churches and places of worship. The St. Giles Circus is another prominent and highly visited landmark in the district.