KENT – We provide removal services throughout the county of Kent and can help you with all of your moving needs.
Whether you are moving house or business removals it’s not a problem and our team have more than enough experience to make sure your Kent removal runs smoothly.
With over 9 years in the removals business, we are still family owned and one of the largest removal company of our kind in the UK. It is important to have an experienced team to help with your move, especially if you are moving to a new area you are unfamiliar with. With two specialist offices in Kent, we provide Kent removal services throughout the entire county. Our Bromley and Tunbridge Wells locations provide removals for the regions of Ashford, Bexley, Beckenham, Bromley Canterbury, Chatham, Chislehurst, Dover, Dartford, Faversham, Folkestone, Gravesend, Maidstone, Medway, Orpington, Sevenoaks, Sidcup, Swanley, Thanet and Tunbridge Wells.
Storage Services in Kent
There is often a time in a move when you may need temporary storage solution. Maybe you don’t have enough room for all of your belongings in your new home, or you simply have too much stuff to sort through and don’t want cardboard boxes cluttering your new home, then our Kent storage spaces offer the perfect solution. We provide a range of affordable storage solutions for whatever your needs so that you don’t have to worry. There is no hassle either, as we will collect and deliver your belongings as part of our complete storage package. All you need to do is sort out what you’re taking and what you want to put into storage and you can leave the rest to us.
Moving to Kent?
Jaizek Removals are the largest family-owned removals and storage company in the UK. We have a comprehensive Kent removals team, with removals and storage services offered in areas in the South East. so if you are thinking about moving to Kent, use our free quote service online. Kent, a county in the South-East of England that borders Greater London to the North West, shares its borders with the counties of West Sussex and Essex. The county widely known as the Garden of England, has a large amount of fruit-growing and hop gardens. Also, it is home to the town of Canterbury and of course, Canterbury Cathedral – home to the Archbishop of Canterbury. Large parts of the county are popular with London commuters with great train and transport links running into the city centre.