Man and Van St Pancras, WC1

Are you on the about to move to a new home or office? If you are and you are worried that you won’t be able to handle your relocation the right way because you have too much to do and very little time, feel free to call us. We are a fully licensed man and van company that provides moving services of the highest standard.

At the moment we are the most sought moving company in the area of St. Pancras because of the fact that we have many years of experience. We have been in the relocation business for so long that today we have literally become synonymous with removals. The residents and business owners in the area know that no relocation projects is impossible for us and this is why they constantly seek our removal services when they are moving from one place to another.
St-Pancras-WC1Also presently we are the only man and van St. Pancras based company that has gone green. This means that only we in the entire area provide eco-friendly removal services. We are energy efficient and we fuel our moving vans with eco-fuel. We also use packing supplies that are made from recycled materials and that are recyclable once the relocation is over. We take our green philosophy very seriously because we firmly believe that everybody should try to help the planet.

Hire a man with a van for any type of moving job in St Pancras, WC1

We also want you to know that we are the only man and van St. Pancras based company that never turns downs a job. To date we have never denied a client removal services and we won’t deny you as well. We never decline jobs because:

  1. It is bad for business
  2. All removal projects are doable even if they are last minute projects
  3. We want our clients to know that we have their backs when they are in a sticky situation

If you have any questions about our moving company and our services we welcome you to contact us or send us an email.

Our man and van company is seated in the London area of St. Pancras. The area is part of the London Borough of Camden and was absorbed by the English capital in 1965. Before becoming a London area, St. Pancras was part of the Metropolitan Borough of St. Pancras. The St. Pancras Hospital is perhaps the most reputed landmark of the area. The hospital is housed in the former St. Pancras Workhouse. The building that houses the hospital dates back to the mid 18th century while the hospital was established during the early 1950s. Until 1998 the hospital was known as the London Hospital for Tropical Diseases. The area is served by the St. Pancras Railway Station which is one of London’s busiest and most famed stations. The station was opened in 1868 and is currently used by over 24 million people on a yearly basis.