Our company was established over 10 years ago. During all these years, we have become one of the most reliable removal companies to transport furniture in Oakwood. We have the knowledge and the experience that are necessary for a successful hassle-free move. Through our customer reviews system, we can proudly affirm that we are ones of the best in the market.
Contact All Removals London anytime if you want to get assistance with your removal, if you want to get rid of some old furniture or you need to pick up or deliver your new one.
Our experienced stuff will take care of the packing, loading and unloading and, if you wish, they can assemble or dismantle the furniture for you.
If you have purchased new furniture, we will be happy to pick it up from the shop for you, deliver it directly to your home and place it exactly where you want it to be.
If you decide to get rid of some of your old stuff, we can take it for you to the local recycling centre or charity shop of your choice. Check out our directory to find the one that is closest to you.
Charge is calculated according to the size of the van you need, number of men necessary to move your goods and number of hours needed in order to complete your delivery.
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 furniture transport in Oakwood for minimum 2 hours.
We offer four types of modern vans and trucks to suit your furniture transportation 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 furniture transport / delivery fast 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 Furniture Transport Vans and Prices section for additional information about each one of our vans. Check loading dimensions in order to select appropriate van to move furniture in Oakwood.
The area derives its name from Oakwood Park, which Southgate Council purchased in 1927 and opened to the public. Oakwood Park was named after Oak Lodge, which stood in the grounds between the late 19th century and First World War. There is an avenue of oak trees to the north of the park, which until recently was added to annually by the Mayor.
The arrival in Oakwood of the Piccadilly line extension of the London Underground in 1933 heralded the start of a spectacular building boom. Builders George Reed and Laing bought up much of the land for development and estates began to eat up the countryside along Bramley Road and towards Cockfosters.
Following the war a number of shops were opened around the Underground station, and today Oakwood has many shops, restaurants and services.