Man and Van Wapping, E1

Looking for a safe way to carry out your removal in Wapping, E1? Call our team and book a man with a van

Do not hesitate to get in touch with our moving company whenever you need help tackling a domestic relocation of any size and level of complexity. We are the most experienced and trusted contractor carrying out removals in Wapping for the past few years. The fact that ever since we have established our company the business is on the rise speaks volumes about the professionalism and care we show in every project we have been hired to do.

If you want:

  • A man and van Wapping removal that would be carried out on time and up to the most satisfactory results.
  • To get your needs and personal requirements covered in the best possible way.
  • Not to think about things like time, packing and even money (each price for a service of ours is calculated in accordance to the specs of the job)

Then we are definitely the right people for you. We carry out removals in Wapping with the help of a large team of skillful drivers and helpers, all fully licensed and experienced in all kinds of domestic relocation projects. We will use one of our state of the art vans, Lutons or Transit trucks to handle your removal. Our vehicles are very well maintained, and supplied with the necessary blankets, belts and straps, so that you have no reason to worry about the safety of your items while they are with us.

Wapping MarinaAll you have to do now is pick up the phone and get in touch with our around the clock customer service support team. Our numbers are listed on this page. Get in touch at any time of the day or night you need us. We will provide you with a free no obligation quote even before you have made us your man and van Wapping company, so that you can consider your budget properly in advance.

We are based and operating in the district of Wapping in East London. Wapping is part of the comparatively affluent London Borough of Tower Hamlets. Wapping lies just next to the River Thames – a fact that pre-determined its character and functions in earlier times. Even today much of the maritime spirit of Wapping is preserved, mainly through the fact that entertainment and night life in the district are concentrated on the bank of the Thames. Wapping made the news in 1986 when Rupert Murdock mover the printing facilities of his News International in Wapping, resulting in a massive union strike that went down in history as the Battle of Wapping. Among the most notable landmarks that can be seen today here is one of the six Hawksmoor churches – St. George in the East. Also located here is the execution dock – this is the place where pirates had been hanged for nearly four centuries (until the 1830s), and of course, three public houses –  Prospect of Whitby (the oldest pub on the Thames-side still functioning), Captain Kidd and a 16th century inn by Wapping Pier Head.