Removals Shooter’s Hill, SE18

Greater London Coverage

100% Insured Services

In Business since 1998

Domestic and Commercial Removals



Not having enough time or resources (not to mention desire) to organise and deal with your property removal, shouldn’t be a reason to bodge up the project or otherwise compromise your removal. If you don’t want your relocation plans to go out the window, but you also don’t want to pay a steep price to have your removal done properly, then you have every reason and excuse to use our professional removal services. Our name is Removals Shooter’s Hill and our aim is to provide private and business customers with exceptional quality moving services, without the hefty price tag or margin for error.

The entire removal process, including prep work and follow up, will be handled by diligent and well organised removal teams, made up of specially qualified movers and highly experienced drivers. Our teams will work in perfect coordination in order to have everything wrapped up and ready to go without any delays or unnecessary fussing about.

Rubbish removal experts that are going to help you… a lot

As part of the preparations for your upcoming removal in Shooter’s Hill SE18, you can request that we at Get Removals provide you with a comprehensive and fully licensed rubbish clearance service. Rid yourself of all unnecessary items and pure junk that you have accumulated at your place so that you can optimise your packing and moving procedures. The service is a hundred percent eco-friendly and it comes with flexible schedule and prices.

According to the latest census, conducted in 2011, there are 13 433 people living in Shooter’s Hill now. Notable people related to the area in some way or another include world-famous author Steve Moore, TV cook Fanny Cradock and her husband Johnnie Cradock and of course musician, songwriter, guitarist Steve Peregrin Took from T. Rex fame. Actor, comedian, and satirist Frankie Howerd went to school in Shooter’s Hill too.

Safest removal services in Shooter’s Hill

One the same note, working with qualified professionals means no risk of damage or misplacement of your Shooters-Hill-affordable-moving-solutionsbelongings during shifting and transit. Nevertheless, you can never be too safe, this is why we strongly urge customers to use our specialised packing service, not because we intend to break your stuff, but because extra peace of mind is always good, plus the packing service is genuine value for money. Optionally, customers can do their own packing, which is fine with us, just let us know and we will provide a kit of industry grade packing materials to you.

Transportation is another key aspect where Removals Shooter’s Hill will excel. The fact that we own and maintain a large fleet of specially equipped removal vehicles means we can haul pretty much any item to any destination countrywide. Our removal vans are clean, fully stocked with safety blankets, fitted with satellite navigation, as well as hoists and latching required for lifting and securing of heavy items.

Choosing from our wide range of versatile and inexpensive removals, will also give you a large number of important advantages that shouldn’t be ignored:

  • Valuable removal advisory throughout the entire relocation;
  • Handy midweek discounts available on all removals;
  • Coordination of all removals through our call centre;
  • Attentive round the clock customer support during all days;
  • Extra wide coverage on all collections and deliveries;
  • Free quotes and customised pricing, full liability insurance;

Since you won’t have to worry about packing and stacking boxes, as our removal teams have that covered, you get an Shooters-Hill-SE18-Greenwichopportunity to explore Shooter’s Hill – one of the highest suburbs in the capital. With an above-sea level elevation of a hundred and thirty metres it is one of the highest spots in London. The name Shooter’s Hill doesn’t stem from the fact that one can shoot far from atop a hill (which is also logical) but from the strong presence of archery tradition, and the practice of archery there during the middle ages. However, the name did come into its own, during WWII when a battery of anti-aircraft guns were stationed on the hillside around the suburb in order to stop German bombers in their tracks. Some of the better known local landmarks include the gothic water tower, Severndroog Castle – a sixteenth century commemorative replica by architect Richard Jupp.