Buying and selling on eBay is one of the best contributions that the on-line market has brought to us. You can just order anything you need while sitting on your couch, and, on the other side, it allows anybody to do an extra-income by selling any kind of stuff. With the objective of making your life even easier, All Removals London can help you with your eBay business.
We handle pick-up and delivery of nearly all kind of items purchased on eBay such as sofas, beds, wardrobes, kitchen and bathroom furniture, white goods, bulky stock etc. As long as it fits in our van, we are ready to transport any of your goods quickly and safely from one location to another. Please, visit our “vans’ page” for dimensions and loading volume and let us know which one is your chohice according to your needs.
We mostly transport bigger pieces of furniture and bulky items, but we also accept orders to pick up and deliver single or small items too. So, it doesn’t matter which ones are your delivery and collection needs in Southall, let us do the work for you!
If you would like to order our eBay delivery service, you can simply fill in the order form below or you can also call us on 020-3608-2745 to get a free quote. And if you decide to book your eBay delivery service with All Removals London, you must know that you will receive a major discount for those deliveries taking place from Monday until Thursday.
If you would like to discuss your individual deivery needs with us, then please get in touch and we will be more than happy to help you!
Our professional staff will take care of your goods as if they were their own. On arrival we always make sure your goods are properly packed and secured for the transport before loading them into the van. Our modern and clean vans are equipped with straps and blankets to provide extra protection for your items as a standard care practice.
Besides the standard Southall eBay delivery service, we can also provide you with extended services. We can provide wrapping and securing services to ensure that your belongings do not get dirty or damaged while in transit. We are also happy to assemble your new furniture for you upon request.
As the standard eBay delivery service is provided by 1 person – a driver who will be loading and unloading, you need to let us know if you require additional helpers. We will be able to provide more personnel at extra cost. If the items you need to deliver are very heavy, please inform us in advance, so we can send you a vehicle equipped with a tail lift.
Delivery charge is based on the size of the van you need, the number of men necessary to move your goods, the number of hours needed in order to complete your delivery and, finally, the distance between pickup and drop off addresses.
Prices are starting from £35 p/h for a small van with a driver, which will help with loading and unloading. Any additional helper will cost you £10 per hour.
Please note that you can book All Removals London eBay delivery service for a minimum of 2 hours.
We offer four types of modern vans and truck to suit your eBay delivery needs. Supreme importance is given to the cleanliness and technical condition of our vehicles. All our vans are well equipped with all essential tools and other supportive materials in order to make your move fast, secure and efficient. We will take care about the safety of your belongings during the loading, unloading as well as during the transportation.
To know all the details, visit All Removals London eBay Delivery Vans and Prices section for additional information about each one of our vans. Check loading dimensions in order to select the perfect van for you eBay collection - delivery in Southall.
Southall is a large suburban district of west London, England, and part of the London Borough of Ealing. It is situated 10.7 miles (17.2 km) west of Charing Cross. Neighbouring places include Yeading, Hayes, Hanwell, Heston, Hounslow, Greenford and Northolt. The area is identified in the London Plan as one of 35 major centres in Greater London.
Southall is located on the Grand Union Canal (formerly the Grand Junction Canal) which first linked London with the rest of the growing canal system. It was one of the last canals to carry significant commercial traffic (through the 1950s) and is still open to traffic and is used by pleasure craft.