Whether you’re moving to Germany, organising an office removal project or you simply need to transfer some of your belongings from one place to another, the job can seem daunting. The amount of legwork involved is enough to make you dread the task at hand, and undoubtedly force you to consider using a removal service to help you along the way.
However, the expense of such services and the time restrictions in which removal companies operate can often leave you with no choice but to organise your entire move solely around their availability. This has quite often proven to be extremely costly and inconvenient for many, particularly those moving to Germany or other European locations, which is precisely why Europe Remove have made their competitive services all about the customer. We have made our services so diverse that even if you and your family or office are moving to France, we can provide an affordable removal service for you.
If you need your belongings moved to Scotland, Ireland or any major city in the UK, we at Europe Remove offer “Man and Van” services to cater for a wide variety of specific removal needs. We specialise in household and office removals of any size, and our services operate during the day, evenings and weekends for a service that suits you.
All of our vans are fully insured and have a large 15 metre cubic capacity, making them suitable for even the largest-scale removal project. Our competitive prices start at one Man with Van costing as little as £250 for an entire 8-hour day of use.
Europe Remove also offer assitance with removals all over Europe, so even if you’re moving to France or Germany, we can help you.
Moving to Germany may be the sort of undertaking that fills an individual with trepidation. For any of us, moving house, or simply moving part of a houses contents involves dealing with companies and activities that few of us deal with on a regular basis. Moving overseas increases complications through the greater complexity involved in crossing a controlled border in addition to encountering different local customs and legislation. Lastly, let’s not forget, a different language. Whilst it is possible to navigate around much of Europe with English as an only language, a bit more versatility both smoothes the path and engenders a more positive relationship with those you meet.
At Europe Remove, our service is primarily geared up to assisting people moving to Germany or even possibly the other direction (back from Germany). We are a London based company which, being close to the midpoint between the continent and the UK, makes us ideally located for planning moves between the UK and the continent. Our aim is to move goods efficiently whether it is a complete house move or simply a smaller quantity of special items such as valuables or large pieces of furniture.
Moving to Germany is offered as a door to door service but there are also discount services available. These are offered where container space is shared by many customers on a scheduled basis. This enables a very cost effective method for moving to Germany from anywhere in the UK.
Customs clearance and all of the complications surrounding any house move are handled as part of the moving to Germany service and this enables the customer to focus their energies on other aspects of the house move, such as soft furnishings and possibly brushing up on a bit of sprechen sie Deutsch? Why use anybody other than specialists in this area for your house move?
Germany is the largest economy in Europe and therefore it has seen a considerable influx of British professionals moving to Germany in order to take advantage of its booming industries – not to mention its rich culture and stunning natural environments. Whatever your reasons for moving to Germany, however, there are a few British items that you just wont be able to find in Deutschland, so if you are a sucker for home comforts, you might just want to take them with you.
For example, it might surprise you to learn (considering that Germany is such a bratwurst loving country!) that you probably won’t be able to get British style bacon. Also, British staples such as brown sauce won’t be easy to come by, and if you do find some it won’t be cheap.
Anyone moving to Germany should also be prepared for the customary plug adaptors in order to get your electrical appliances working, but it might surprise you to learn that if you’re a Sky subscriber you should be able to get your system working in Germany! Of course bacon and Sky TV aren’t part of the major considerations, and you should enjoy adapting your lifestyle towards the German way of doing things – that’s part of the reason for relocating to Germany, after all.
So how exactly will you get all these home comforts to Germany, anyway? Well with Europe Remove we can not only help you with your move, but we can do for affordable rates without compromising on quality. We can help you with moving to Germany, no matter how small or large your items are.
Anyone who loves to see nature at its absolute wildest and most beautiful has probably already considered moving to Switzerland. If you are emigrating and you’ve not considered moving to Switzerland, here are a few reasons why Switzerland could be an idyllic home.
For anyone with a sporting interest, moving to Switzerland could introduce you to some fabulous environments perfect for all kinds of sport. Winter sports, in particular, are ideally suited to the Swiss Alps, which is home to a wide variety of ski resorts that are not only some of the best in Europe – but some of the best in the world.
Switzerland doesn’t just excel when it comes to winter sports, however, and such is the diversity of the Swiss landscape that as well as the stunning alps there are also majestic lakes and stunning woodlands; always picturesque and full of life whatever the season. Relocating to Switzerland guarantees luxury just outside of your window.
Of course, Switzerland’s beauty isn’t just an untamed wilderness. By moving to Switzerland you will be moving to one of Europe’s most cultured countries, enjoying a unique diversity of languages, such as French, Italian, Swiss German and Romansch – truly a place were the culturally minded can be in their element.
At Europe Remove we recognise that whilst your destination might be idyllic, often the moving process isn’t. That is why if you’re moving to Switzerland, you can be sure of a service that is at once quick and affordable. No matter what your needs or your location, we are honoured to be delivering you to your new home.
Most people think of chocolate when they think of Belgium, and for good reason. Belgium hosts some of the greatest artisan chocolate makers on earth. Non-chocolate lovers would tell you to visit Belgium for the beer, while others might say to skip it entirely; Bruges was recently voted the most boring city in Europe.
Holland has a reputation – mostly down to Amsterdam – for being more exciting and racy than Belgium, but in truth they share many of the same characteristics that makes moving to Holland open to similar considerations as moving to Belgium.
Both countries have a friendly but reserved local population. Before moving to Belgium, do not expect that you will immediately fall into a group of great friends. It will take time to meet people and from there it will take time to become a friend and not just an acquaintance. Learning the very basics of the working languages of Belgium and Holland before moving to Belgium or moving to Holland, will help to ease your way into these friendships. Being able to speak a little of the local language will also make it easier and more enjoyable for you to do everyday basic things such as food shopping and going out for a drink.
Both Belgium and Holland benefit from great food and drink – everything from chocolate to beer to Dutch cheeses. In the cosmopolitan capital cities of both Belgium and Holland you will find a wide range of cuisine from many countries.
Art and culture are two other reasons for moving to Belgium and Holland. Visiting museums and galleries are a great way of getting to know the area, and also give you something to discuss with your potential friends.
Moving abroad is a challenging and exciting experience but planning in advance will help smooth the journey. Worried about getting your furniture and much-loved possessions to your new home?
Contact Europe Remove – we are professional removers with plenty of experience moving people across Europe. Having us on board means one less thing to worry about.
Europe Remove, who can help their clients with personal and affordable services if they’re considering moving to Holland, Germany, France or any other EU zone, offer great discounts for their removal services both at home and abroad.
Whether a group of students is looking to move to Europe to study or if a business is moving to Belgium or anywhere else in the EU, Europe Remove can visit a client’s property and offer door-to-door removal services across the UK, including Scotland and Ireland. Goods can be delivered on the same day or be housed in their secure warehouse to be delivered as and when the client requires, depending on the urgency of the delivery.
Covering both commercial and domestic removals, Europe Remove offer a smooth transport service. All vehicles are fully insured and have a cubic capacity of between 15 – 30 metres. With goods-in-transit insurance of up to £10,000, Europe Remove also offer ‘Man and Van’ services to all major UK cities and discounted trips at affordable rates.
“Moving around Europe can be a real pain sometimes, whether it’s moving to Switzerland, Germany, France or any other territory under the EU umbrella,” comments Christian Popovici of Europe Remove. “Customers are going to need a reliable company they can trust, and we will be delighted to offer them our services here at Europe Remove. Clients using our services can expect affordable rates and professional assistance from our removal company, and people looking to utilise our business can contact us for a free, no-obligation quotation.”
The German city of Wuppertal might be most famous for its monorail or “floating tram”, but it should be equally recognized for giving the whole world two of the most widely used products of today, namely the drug commonly known as Aspirin and the equally common household appliance known as the Kobold vacuum cleaner. In fact, the company that patented Aspirin has survived to this day, and is currently a huge pharmaceutical company, Bayer AG.
The city itself, located in North Rhine-Westphalia, cradled in the valley of the Wupper River, is no less impressive in size, counting about 350 thousand inhabitants and standing as the biggest urban settlement in the Bergisches Land. It is an incredibly green city, so rich in parks and woodlands that such green areas actually constitute approximately two-thirds of its total area. Which makes it very easy for anyone looking for a short respite from the world of concrete to reach any of the said green areas, as, from any point in the city, a park or woodland alley is only minutes away.
Surprisingly enough, though, the city also remains an important industrial unit, with companies operating in the field of metallurgy, textiles, electronics, printing equipment, and pharmaceuticals, among others. It is also home to institutes and institutions of note, such as the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, the University of Wuppertal, famous for being the second German university to receive a supercomputer (the ALiCEnext), and the European Institute for International Economic Relations.
The city provides both visitors and inhabitants with numerous attractions, ranging from technological wonders that are more than one hundred years old, to its 4500 buildings classified as national monuments, to famous cultural highlights such as museums and concert halls. Also worth mentioning are the municipal botanical garden and the extensive Burgholz arboretum, the city Zoo, an attractively landscaped park inhabited by over 4500 animals from all corners of the world, the XVIII century museum house dedicated to Friedrich Engels, a sculpture park, a dance theatre, as well as the Stadthalle concert hall, remarkable for both its architecture and its excellent acoustics. Last, but not least, is the suspended monorail that was set up in 1901 and still functions today, unparalleled in the whole world.
Europe Remove is specialised in Removals to Germany with door to door deliveries. We offer Storage and Removal Services at attractive prices and will ensure your moving will take place as a fast paced and secure operation.
We provide a cost effective and reliable service to you. Be it a small or a large number of boxes that needs moving, we can arrange collection of your belongings and relocation, as well as Storage, all only under the best conditions and with highly Qualified Professionals Removers. You can even leave the Packing to us. We will make sure everything will be Packed Securely with only the best Packing Supplies available. If you’re not convinced just use our Free Quote service.
You can contact us for any questions you might have. +44 (0) 208 501 2069
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Whichever region of France you choose to move to from the UK, the country has no shortage of attractions to discover and explore. Enticing regions include Paris with its romantic boulevards, restaurants, art galleries and museums, Brittany with its beautiful beaches and the Loire Valley and Champagne areas with their famous vineyards, as well as the unforgettable French Riviera. There are many reasons to relocate to France, including the high standard of education and healthcare, the fabled cuisine and the typically Mediterranean weather and relaxed lifestyle.
Although, on a practical level, the process of moving to France is considerably easier today than it was once due to the country being a fellow EU member state to the UK, moving anywhere abroad remains an upheaval. You will find the process less stressful if you prepare well. You will have to decide on your preferred region to live in, find a suitable property and then obtain a mortgage. It therefore makes sense to choose a removal company as soon as you reasonably can.
There are many fantastic reasons to use our removal services to France. We cater to all of the French regions with our furniture removals, which include part loads and full loads. We always aim to provide the best quality customer service, which includes paying attention to the individual needs of our customers and tailoring our services accordingly to ensure that your move overseas goes as well as it can. We can give you advice on successfully moving to Germany, France or any other European destination, including information on time schedules. Whether you are moving to France, or are instead considering moving to Germany, Switzerland, Holland or Belgium, we aim to take the stress out of your move so that you can enjoy settling in at your new home or business address.
France is still the most popular country for many British people who wish to buy a holiday home. Because it is easy to get to by car or a short flight the house can be used more often during the year. If you are thinking of buying in France take a minute to think about how you will furnish your holiday home. Although driving round flea markets and second hand dealers can be a fun part of a holiday buying all your furniture and white goods in the UK is more sensible.
Moving them to France is simple with the services of an experienced removals company like us here at Europe Remove. The furniture and other goods that you need to take to your holiday home can be collected at your convenience, stored if required, and then delivered when you are there to receive them. Furniture and white goods are generally cheaper in the UK and many people already have furniture that they would like to use in the new house so the cost of shipping included you will still save money as many people who are moving to France discover too late.
When you are moving to France, to a holiday home, you actually want to be able to be comfortably settled there as soon as possible. Then you can enjoy your holiday time to the full and not come home exhausted so it makes perfect sense to put in the majority of the furnishings in one go. Of course you will still want to potter round the Vide Grenier picking up beautiful French pieces for your home but that will be part of the pleasure of your holidays to your home in France, rather than something to stress you out when you should be enjoying your Bon Vacances.