We plan every move big or small we provide house or office removals in EC4. Stress free service from the moment you contact us to. Our experience has taught us that the key to a successful move is meticulous planning, which is why our team are on hand to carry out every step, from an initial free survey to determine your needs and requirement, through to packing your items for transit and storage, and even organising international shipping with our team of international movers in EC4..
We provide an extensive range of services during every move that go above and beyond, from arranging relocation to furniture shipping your furniture abroad.,
Light Removals services:
Need a light removal in monument EC4 you can hire our affordable low cost Man and Van Hire. You get all the professional expertise and choice of movers on hourly rate, you are in control of cost suitable for small to medium size home or office why no hire Man and Van today
The Most Affordable Storage Alternative in EC4, Look No Further Than Mobile Storage:
Mobile Storage offer flexibility at affordable prices from 99p per day. Storage has never been more affordable or easier than with Pick&Move Mobile Storage! We collect from the your home or office, you never have to visit self storage again. Cheaper than self storage and better value guaranteed.
International Moving Services:
We offer a full range of services covering all aspects of overseas shipping and relocation in EC4: making it easier for you to get everything you need for your move or international shipment in one place. We ensure your cargo safely and delivered door to door at your final destination. Our main goal is to get it there quickly, smoothly and at a great price. Depending on the service level you choose, For more information about Shipping Services. contact us on 0800 781 9629 or instant Quote Online.
So if you’re looking for a fully approved, experienced and professional removal company in EC4, get in touch today for a free survey and quotation.
History and location of EC4.
The fire began in a baker’s house in Pudding Lane on Sunday 2nd September 1666 and finally extinguished on Wednesday 5th September, after destroying the greater part of the City. Although there was little loss of life, the fire brought all activity to a halt, having consumed or severely damaged thousands of houses, hundreds of streets, the City’s gates, public buildings, churches and St. Paul’s Cathedral. The only buildings to survive in part were those built of stone, like St. Paul’s and the Guildhall.
As part of the rebuilding, it was decided to erect a permanent memorial of the Great Fire near the place where it began. Sir Christopher Wren, Surveyor General to King Charles II and the architect of St. Paul’s Cathedral, and his friend and colleague, Dr Robert Hooke, provided a design for a colossal
Doric column in the antique tradition. They drew up plans for a column containing a cantilevered stone staircase of 311 steps leading to a viewing platform. This was surmounted by a drum and a copper urn from which flames emerged, symbolizing the Great Fire. The Monument, as it came to be called, is 61 metres high (202 feet) – the exact distance between it and the site in Pudding Lane where the fire began.
The column was completed in 1677, and in accordance with Wren’s original intention, was at first used as a place for certain experiments of the Royal Society, but vibrations caused by ceaseless traffic proved too great for the success of these experiments and they were discontinued; thereafter the Monument became a place of historic interest, unique of its kind, providing visitors with an opportunity to look across London in all directions from a height of about 160 feet, being the level of the public gallery.
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