Packing Services London
Superb Moves has been in the local London removal business for years. From year to year, we expanded our company to focus on comprehensive removal and packing services. We also carry out orders throughout the country and abroad, and our customers include individuals, large and well-known private companies and state institutions.
Years of experience have allowed us to gain the necessary knowledge of the specificity of the industry. During this time we have developed a strong position on the market and gained the trust of thousands of customers. Thanks to many years of work we are able to meet even the most exorbitant expectations, offering full professionalism, excellent organization and exceptional reliability of the services provided. Reliable, harmonious staff and well-developed technical facilities guarantee that every removal will be made at the highest world level. The strength of our company is its focus on continuous development. We are not afraid of new challenges and unusual orders. For you we will transport every product, in every place and at any time. It is your needs that make us look for new solutions.
We carry out apartments and houses – always carefully planning all the details and discussing all the logistics with the client. All our removals are properly insured, we also use modern techniques to protect luggage and all property from damage. When you start moving with us, you can feel safe. We know how stressful and troublesome it can be to move; that’s why we pay so much attention to previous arrangements and then implement them in every detail. Exactly as you expect it to be.
An important aspect of our business in London is packing service. You’re about to move and you don’t know how to pack? Here’s our well-organised removal guide. Remember to first estimate how much time you will need for the various stages of your removal. First of all, you should be well prepared for packaging. Old cellar cartons and handy adhesive tape are definitely not enough. If you want your belongings to reach a new place safely, make sure that the boxes are durable, preferably made of five-layer cardboard of high weight. We should also buy a solid, thick adhesive tape and bubble wrap. These items can be easily purchased in specialist shops. Before removal it is also worth to gather all old newspapers and magazines in one place. They will later be useful for packing delicate items such as vases or plates. If we have already prepared all the necessary accessories, we can proceed to the most important task, i.e. placing things in cardboard boxes. It is definitely a time-consuming task, but well-packed cartons will speed up the work of the removal company and enable us to easily unpack in the new place.
When packing things, remember not to put too many heavy objects in the same cardboard box. A large box filled to the brim with books is very heavy and difficult to transport. So we pack heavy things in smaller boxes, and leave the bigger ones for example for clothes or light duvets and pillows. Also remember not to repackage boxes, which means not to put too many items in them. The box should not have pushed out walls and must close easily so that nothing will damage during transport (this is particularly important advice when glass is transported in a given carton). In addition, when transporting electronic equipment, it is worth to pack it in the original boxes, if only we have such boxes. Another valuable practice is to pack things of one category into one cardboard box, e.g. kitchen equipment and detailed signing of cardboard boxes. Once we’ve signed our boxes, we won’t have to open them to see what’s inside. In addition, Superb Moves employees will be able to take the carton to the right place immediately. The last and perhaps most trivial advice is not to pack into cardboard boxes the items that we need and that we should have at hand. So we do not pack, for example, documents, car keys or essential medicines. This advice is really obvious, but in moving house confusion, even the most obvious things are sometimes forgotten.