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Removals In Guildford
For home and furniture removals tailored to your needs, turn to Clockwork Removals – a reputable removal company known for great customer service. Our removals service caters for a variety of domestic and commercial clients throughout Guildford.
It can be difficult to know where to start when it comes to commercial relocation, having to uproot and move everything to new premises. Here at Clockwork Removals, we specialise in business moves and can help take the hassle out of the office removals process, offering business relocation throughout Guildford.
Whether you require short term storage during the moving process, or long term storage for something more permanent, Clockwork Removals can meet your needs. Our storage service is safe and secure, with access to your unit available only to you.
Whether you’re moving down the road or across the globe, our international removals service can get you there stress-free.
Overseas moves can be overwhelming but, with 20 years in the industry, you can trust that we have the experience and know-how to efficiently transport the contents of your home or business in an international move.
For a straightforward and timely removals service in Guildford, look no further than Clockwork Removals.
Whatever your requirement, you can be sure that we have a removals solution to help – we offer a range of services, including:
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Local Case studies
Edinburgh University: Case Study
Following competitive tendering, the Edinburgh Clockwork Removals team was awarded the contract to become involved in the move management and…
London Borough of Newham: Case Study
Clockwork Removals were selected by London Borough of Newham via competitive tendering to manage the multi-site relocation of 2700 staff…
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Although Guildford has a cathedral, it is not a city.
The 1976 horror film The Omen was filmed in Guildford Cathedral.
Guildford Castle was built shortly after the Norman conquest of 1066.