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 Clapham
Here at Clockwork Removals, we offer our extensive commercial removals services to customers throughout Clapham. From furniture and piano removals to specialist moves and office removals, we can do it all. We offer a thorough packing service too, so if there are treasured but awkward items that you are worried about, we can ensure that they reach their destination in perfect condition.
Storage in Clapham
If you’re looking for safe and secure storage in Clapham, look no further than Clockwork Removals. Whether you’re moving home, relocating overseas or your garage is simply looking a little full, we can help. Our storage services are affordable for both long and short term solutions, so our containers are always a viable option.
Whatever your requirement, you can be sure that we have a removals solution to help – we offer a range of services, including:
If you require one of the top removal companies in Clapham, or you would like some more information about our storage containers, simply give us a call today on 020 3872 2469
Local Case studies
The Slavery Museum
The Wimbledon branch under took a large commercial move for the The Slavery museum in South West London. A library…
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Our South West London branch recently carried out a huge private household move within Chelsea, totaling a whopping 3000 cubic ft. The crews moved over 240 boxes and some very expensive antiques (some of which would not fit in the lift!) to the top three floors of a very tall…
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Clapham has had a number of famous residents both past and present. Famous “Claphamites” include: Piers Morgan, JK Rowling, Vivienne Westwood and Samuel Pepys.
The Sainsbury’s on Clapham High Street has taken on many guises over the years including a horse tram depot, a cinema and a go-kart track!
Clapham Common was originally common land for the parishes of Battersea and Clapham and was converted to parkland in the 1870s. Clapham Common is 220 acres with three ponds and the largest Victorian bandstand in London.