South London Branch
- Clockwork Removals Limited South London
- Unit 7, Merton Industrial Estate
- Lee Road
- SW19 3HX
Turn on to Jubilee Way and then take a left at the first roundabout on to Lee Road. Take the first right after passing the Homebase (on the left) and you will see our depot.
Areas we cover
Removals In South London
At Clockwork Removals, we offer first-rate home removals and furniture removals to all customers throughout South London.
With decades of experience within the industry, you can be sure to put your trust in our team of professionals who will provide you with a quick and efficient service that’ll make easy work of any size or scale of move.
For simplified office removals and business relocation, turn to the team of experts at Clockwork Removals. With a long history of happy customers and countless commercial relocation projects under their belts, you can relax knowing you’ve got the experts at hand. If you’re located in South London and you’re looking to make business moves simple, call on us and let’s make it happen.
Long term storage and short term storage can be all you need to relieve a bit of stress. Whatever the size of space you require, Clockwork Removals have a variety of clean, safe and secure storage units in South London, ready to cater to your requirements. We also offer collection and drop off services because we understand the importance of a comprehensive service.
Opt for a straightforward international removals service provided to you by Clockwork Removals specialists in South London and the surrounding areas. We can promise all customers stress-free international moves because we’re here to lend a hand with all steps, including packing and wrapping to shipping and unpacking. Whatever it is you require, get in contact and let’s get you scheduled in.
Whatever your requirement, you can be sure that we have a removals solution to help – we offer a range of services, including:
Companies we’ve worked with
Local Case studies
Moving to South Africa: A Case Study
In September 2010, after spending two years in London, a family from South Africa got in touch because they needed…
Residential Case Study from South London
Our crews in South London recently carried out a high profile move which our happy clients coined “a move made…
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