Man and Van Upper Norwood, SE19

Choose the best man with  van company offering moving services to Upper Norwood, SE19

Upper Norwood PubWe have been the moving contractor with most experience in the field of professional removals in Upper Norwood for quite some time now. We have established our company some years ago. Since then there have been very few changes in our team. This means that our moving experts, drivers and helpers have had the chance to carry out many of house removals for clients from the area, polish their methods and become skillful professionals you can count on at any time.

The advantages of hiring us are many. We have:

  • A flexible schedule which enables us to work at a time that would be most comfortable for you.
  • 24/7 customer support that is ready to answer all your questions and accommodate you through the process of planning your removal.
  • A fleet of modern vans and trucks, which make any house removal you have at your hands easy like a walk in the park.
  • Competitive prices estimated in accordance to the specific requirements of the job. You will not have to worry about your budget.

Being a man and van Upper Norwood moving contractor is a true privilege for us. We love the area we operate in and over the years we have gained intimate knowledge of it. This means that we will be able to choose not only the quickest, but also the safest route on which to transport your precious personal items, pieces of furniture, art and decoration.

With a man and van Upper Norwood company like us, you gain comfort and assurance that your project is going to be carried out properly and without any incidents. This is the best thing that could happen to you during your relocation. We would be happy to play a part in it.

Call us today and request your non-obliging quote and book your relocation with us. We would be glad to be of any help.

Speaking in strictly administrative terms Upper Norwood is located on the territory of three of the major London boroughs – those of Croydon, Bromley and Lambeth in South London. This fact is sufficient to explain the comparative affluence of Upper Norwood and the fact that especially in the recent decade it becomes more attractive for potential residents who choose to set up their homes there. According to a pretty old local legend, Upper Norwood was the place where the timber for Sir Francis Drake’s ship, The Golden Hind (the one that took part in Drake’s journey around the world) was cut. For a long time Gypsies constitutes a considerable part of the local population, which is clearly visible from some of the place names in Upper Norwood, like Gypsy Hill etc. Some of the most notable people related to the district in some way or another include gothic revival architect Sir John Ninian Comper, archaeologist Bernard Fagg, composer Edward Elgar and Shakespearean scholar Charlotte Carmichael Stopes and her daughter, botanist and women rights activist Marie Stopes.