Man and Van St Paul’s Cray, BR5

If you don’t want to spend your entire weekend or vacation moving give us a call and we promise you that we will complete your removal quickly and swiftly. Keep in mind that we are a man and van company that doesn’t make empty promises.

We want to begin by thanking you for your interest towards services. We founded moving company years ago because we wanted to be of service to the people that are facing stressful and time sensitive relocations. So if you wish to work with a man and van St. Paul’s Cray based company that isn’t simply good but excellent at its profession know that we are the company that you should call.

St-Pauls-Cray-SnowAt the moment we are known to be the business with the biggest assortment of removal services. Our aim is to be able to cover each of our customers needs. For example we will be able to give you a hand with loading. If you’re able to pack and transport your belonging but don’t have the necessary manpower, equipment or time to load everything onto your van or truck – call us. Take into notice we can conduct the loading stage of any relocation quicker than anybody else because of the fact that we use top notch tools such as:

  • Hand trucks
  • Appliance trucks
  • Furniture dollies
  • Forearm forklifts
  • Qwik lifts
  • Shoulder dollies
  • And many more

If you live in St Paul’s Cray – take advantage of the lowest rates for booking man and van

To our knowledge we are the only man and van St. Paul’s Cray based company that works with a customisable prices. Our goal is to make our services affordable for the widest array of customers possible. You shouldn’t worry about prices – go ahead and contact us to request your free of charge service quote today.

We are based in the southeastern area of St. Paul’s Cray. The area is part of the London Borough of Bromley and lies on the bank of the noted Cray River. Before becoming a London area in 1965, St. Paul’s Cray was a village in the outskirts of the capital. Scadbury Park is one of the area’s most well-known landmarks. The park is identified as a nature reserve and spread over 300 acres of open lands. The park is part of the Wildlife Corridor which it forms along with Jubilee Country Park and Petts Wood. The woodland of Scadbury Park is the oldest in the capital and is home to several species of rare flowers such as the Lily of the Valley. Scadbury Park was opened in 1983 and is named after the Scathebury family who during the 13th century owned the lands on which the park is located.