Property removals can actually be made manageable and affordable as long as one has secured the right removal service. Before going any further, it must be noted that self-organised removals don’t usually go according to plan, schedule and budget – and that is a problem, whichever way one looks at it.
As mentioned, a swift and efficient relocation depends on the quality of the selected removal services. In light of this, Get Removals St Luke’s wishes to extend our excellent service offers to private and business customers based in the EC1 area. We are a professional moving company with expertise spanning over all types of domestic removals, office removals, business removals, also specialised services like piano removals and furniture removals, as well as tough service requests like junk or rubbish removals.
We also provide a very efficient and inexpensive packing service. Our removal teams know how to pack and secure your belongings accordingly and give you much needed peace of mind. In case you wish to self-pack, just let us know and we will deliver the necessary packing materials straight to you, without delays or excess costs.
As mentioned we work with specially formatted removal teams made up of qualified movers and experienced drivers who work in perfect coordination with one another in order to have each removal completed safely and timely, without any further issues or setbacks.
Quick and safe transportation in specialised removal vans
Transportation of customer belongings will take place in clean, well-maintained removal vehicles of the respective size, wheelbase and payload capacity. Our fleet ranges from nimble city vans to heavy duty transport vehicles. All vans are equipped for heavy lifting and make use of GPS navigation.
When it comes to cost, our customers are in for a pleasant surprise – affordable, cost effective removals that give you genuine value for money! On top of that, we will provide everyone with free quotes, flexible pricing and excellent midweek discounts on all moving services.
Our removals St Luke’s based company focuses a great deal of our effort and expertise on customers and their satisfaction. This is why we:
- Maintain round the clock customer support during all days;
- Provide valuable removal advice throughout the relocation;
- Double check and coordinate all removals through our call centre;
- Have full liability insurance and licensing;
- Maintain wide coverage on all pickups and deliveries;
We are at your disposal 24 hours a day
Local residents and business owner choose to work with us because we have a customer support centre which can be reach via telephone or e-mail at any time of the day. Our consultants are friendly and knowledgeable professional who will gladly answer to your questions, provide you additional information, give you helpful packing and moving tips. They will also assist you to the best of their abilities with the booking of our services for your upcoming removal in St. Lukes. Also don’t be shy to request your personalised free quote.
Not having to go through all the stress and hassle of the removal will leave customers with more money in their pocket and more time and energy to visit some of the places of interest in St Luke’s. Check what day of the week it is, because three times a week, St Luke’s stages the Whitecross Street Market. The small general market is active during the weekdays. Every Thursday and Friday though, there is specialised food market gathering on the same street. If you see something you like, be patient as queues are aplenty, especially during lunchtime on a sunny day. Sometimes Whitecross Street Market hosts the occasional food festival. Originally in the seventeenth century, Whitecross was one of London’s so called great Sunday markets.
We have based our company in the area of St. Lukes in the central parts of London. It is one of the many district which form the Borough of Islington. The area is named after the church of St. Luke’s which the most popular structure in the district is undoubtedly. It dates back to the late-18th century and was designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor and John James.