Man and van DA14, North Cray
When you have specific van delivery requirements you need a service provider which can handle those accordingly. If you are business or household based in DA14, then we are the company you need as our versatile and reliable man and van in North Cray is able to cover both domestic and commercial pick-up & delivery requirements without excess costs or margin for error. Here are some of the things we do:
|Single item removals and relocation of high value possessions;||Fixed schedule deliveries for commercial purposes;|
|Student relocations and partial property removals;||Business 2 business / business 2 customer deliveries;|
|Internet order / store purchase deliveries also private order deliveries to specific address;||Most other types of commercial pick-up & deliveries;|
Save time and money with our movers
Our van hire in North Cray is an adequately priced service, which aims to deliver genuine value for money, DA14 customers can hire:
- 1 van & 1 driver, for 1 hour at £30;
- 1 van & 1 driver, for 4 hours at £120;
- 1 van & 1 driver, for 8 hours at £250;
Service is available for booking seven days a week, under flexible hours.
Residents in DA14 can also secure professional property removal services in North Cray – we are qualified and experienced in all residential and most types of commercial relocations. Our professional removal teams will deal with all aspects of the removal. For more accurate price estimate we arrange for onsite quotes. Custom tailored pricing will be offered to all clients.
In addition, we also offer a professional furniture assembly service. If furniture delivery from point of sale to customer specified address is required, we can take care of that too.
North Cray is situated in southeast London on the banks of the River Cray. In the fifteen hundreds, North Cray was a parish within the Hundred of Ruxley. In fifteen fifty seven that administrative layout was abolished and North Cray became its own district. Until nineteen sixty five however, North Cray was part of Kent, not London. From the late eighteen hundreds, until its incorporation into Greater London, the district changed its administrative and municipal belongings many times.