Removals Ealing

Moving house is not something everyone can handle if you are looking to hire Removals Ealing is best to leave it to professionals. This is because moves involve lost of planning, physical effort loading and unloading and most of these things can be handled by PICK&MOVE removals who are skilled and trained in these fields. Whether you moving a large home or office or need full or part packing services we have different moving services to suit individual needs.

PICK&MOVE offers a full-service commercial and residential moving service in Ealing. Every move planned, loading, transportation, unloading, full and partial packing services, and storage-in-transit that fits both your needs and your budget. Our Full-service moving is designed for convenience, and you’re free to do other things we understand this may not be for everyone, we work with you to find a plan that works for you. Instead, Choose PICK&MOVE removals an affordable moving company, and then add extra services to customize the move.

How pricing works

Our rates are based on lots of factors that may influence pricing include:

  • The number of flights of stairs movers has to navigate
  • The walking distance to and from the truck at the load or unload location
  • The amount of time it takes to load or unload
  • Optional services packing/unpacking
  • Dismantling/reassemble furniture
  • Location distance from A to B.
  • Quantity of items been moved.

Getting a removal quote is easy

  • By phone –  0800 781 9629: you’ll need to provide an inventory of the belongings you’re moving
  • The pre-move survey, a representative will visit your home or office, look at the things you’re moving and estimate
  • Online quotation
  • Through live “chat”


About Ealing: Area Information

Did you know that Ealing Studios is the world’s oldest film studios still in production, dating back to 1902? Ealing is a major suburban district of west London, England and the administrative centre of the London Borough of Ealing. It is one of the major metropolitan centres identified in the London Plan. It was historically a rural village in the county of Middlesex and formed an ancient parish. Improvement in communications with London, culminating with the opening of the railway station in 1838, shifted the local economy to market garden supply and eventually to suburban development.