Man and Van Epping

Moving home, alongside getting married, and possibly having a child are the three most stressful things known to man. Epping Removals aren’t renowned for their skills in the wedding industry, and although they would certainly have a good go at delivering a baby, they are incredibly experienced at the former. Nobody likes moving home, in fact most people don’t enjoy moving anything, but for our team it is almost second nature, and they know just what needs doing, how to prepare for it, how to move it, and how to deliver it. We pride ourselves for having the best Man & Van relocation service in Epping. Furthermore, Man and Van Epping staff are fully qualified and insured to give you the best possible service locally.

Man and Van Epping

There are plenty of ‘Man & Van Epping’ services out there for you to choose from, but two guys in a Transit van dragging their dirty feet through your lovely newly laid carpets and crashing into doorframes with your most prized possessions we are not. We take our role as logistical movers very seriously, and we take a pride in ensuring that you, the customer, get exactly what you want, when you want it, and at the most competitive price in the area.

From pre-packing, to protective wrapping, the provision of delivery boxes, and disassembly of awkward furniture prior to the move, Epping Removals ensure that your moving day runs smoothly, efficiently, and stress free. All of our staff are highly experienced at removals, transit, and delivery of furniture, goods, and antiques, with every care taken to ensure that you receive your items in exactly the same way they left their departure point. Don’t let the stuffing of materials into the back of the car, the sitting in traffic without being able to see anything out of your rear view mirror, or trying to wedge the kids in between a set of bunk beds and a fridge freezer add to the already difficult day. Let Epping Removals do the work, take on the stress, and give you the opportunity to travel to your new home without a care in the world.

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