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Call Us for Stress-Free Removals to Kentish Town, NW5


nw1 removal company kentish townThe best way to make your move to Kentish Town a walk in the park is to find the right removal company. It seems you are in luck, as you’ve just come across Removals London! Give us a call on 020 8746 4334 today! This is the best start to your removals that you could possibly hope for, as we offer a tight knit service, with a well experienced and fully trained team of movers who can give you the best value for money that you will get. Knowing that your items are in safe hands during your removal to the NW5 district is the best way to ensure that you are more relaxed during what can be an extremely stressful process. There is no shortage to the help that we can give you, whether you need a fully comprehensive removal service, with extras including packing and materials supply, or just the standard service for moving your items in our fully accommodating vans. It’s all available to you, with our different price plans and deals, your perfect move to the NW1 area can become a reality.

More Information about Kentish Town

Kentish Town is based in NW5 region, as part of the North West London postcode scheme. It has its own underground station, and borders on Camden Town, Chalk Farm, Barnsbury and Tufnell Park. These are all areas of well renowned beauty and historical interest, and Kentish Town is no different. Historically, Kentish Town is a great place for music. As early as the 19th century, it was a haven for piano and organ makers, which perhaps led to the region’s now flourishing music scene, which is perpetrated by many independent music shops as well as bars and clubs that host live music. One of the more famous of these venues is the ‘Bull and Gate’ pub, where Blur performed early in their career. As far as landmarks go, the most notable building in Kentish Town is the Public Bath house, which has undergone much refurbishment in recent years, though thankfully its exterior remains largely unchanged. The baths were opened in 1990, having been designed by an architect called T.W. Aldwinckle. The building was reopened in 2010, having been closed in 2007 for refurbishment, which has changed the interior quite significantly. One of Kentish Town’s more significant historical residents was Karl Marx.

Hire Our Team in NW5 Region for a Problem-Free Experience

There is plenty to look forward to when moving to Kentish Town and you will likely be extremely excited to get going, but have you got your removals details sorted? If you are thinking about doing the move yourself, then you may want to consider everything that can go wrong if you are not well trained in the art of moving a high volume of heavy furniture and boxes. You may scoff at the idea that you need to pay someone to do all of your lifting, but how much will you be paying out in damages of your previous property, your valuable items and maybe even yourself?! It is very easy to get hurt while lifting large items, and it is only with the adequate safety training that we let our experienced removal men do your lifting for you in NW5 region! Removals London has trained movers that can handle any type of situation and offer a variety of moving services. Call us now on 020 8746 4334 and make the relocation process simple! We will give you a free quote and consultation. When you are doing removals to the NW1 district, it is important to get your parking permits sorted well in advance, as otherwise you find that you end up with a hefty bill on your first day. Unfortunately it is not up to us to sort out the right parking permits for your removals, so have a look on the website of the local council for more information. 



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