With whole populations confined to their homes in the UK and around the globe, we’re in times for which there’s no frame of reference. Shops are closed and businesses curbed to the bare minimum of activity. And yet it’s in these straitened circumstances that it’s become apparent just how vital the removals industry is to the health and prosperity of the people. We’re not just about moving people from one place to another; we’re part of of an intricate chain that has to stay in motion, or else catastrophe can occur. We often help people who are in the grip of immense personal challenges (e.g. Parkinson’s sufferers) and whose move will have an enhancing effect on their comfort and health.
When it comes to a lot of removals companies, it’s only natural that most people think they all do the same thing and have similar services. However, while this is often true, certain situations require something a level up from the standard two men and a lorry service. Especially if you’re moving something like a grand piano or a series of large oak pieces of furniture from an apartment complex. It’s not just the value but the awkward nature of these objects and how to move them without damage occurring.
So where would people go if they need a specialist removals service in London?
If you’re moving to a new house and you own several fragile and valuable items, it’s imperative that you understand the need for additional care and attention when packing. It’s not worth the risk of breakages by rushing this stage of your relocation, regardless of how busy you are. Many people in London only trust Anthony Ward Thomas for this and book our Fragile Removals and dedicated Packing services.
If you want to undertake the packing yourself – is there a process which gives a better chance of avoiding damage during the actual move?