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Removals Man with a Van in The Hale

Our professional team of movers and packers from in will take care of protecting and transporting your household goods.

All the furniture will be dismantled and protected by being loaded into specially designed van equipped for transportation and removals. After we deliver your items to the desired address we will assemble furniture and organize your belongings in your new home according to your instructions.

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✔ competitive and affordable prices in exchange for quality removal service.
✔ careful and professional handling of belongings is a priority for our stuff
✔ specially designed vans, fully prepared to carry out professional moves.
✔ we offer a wide selection of boxes and other packaging materials.

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About The Hale

The Hale he Hale is an area and ward within the London Borough of Barnet. It lies on the borders between Mill Hill and Edgware and centres on the small retail centre at the junction of Deans Lane, Hale Lane and Selvage Lane. This centre constitutes Upper Hale, but is much better known locally as the 'Green Man' after the erstwhile pub of the same name that stood at the site from at least the early 18th century. A smaller area that was traditionally known as Lower Hale centres on the junction of Hale Lane, Farm Road and the nearby bridge over Deans Brook; this area is generally regarded as being within Edgware. The traditional area known as The Hale extends northwards from the 'Green Man' to the A41 and Apex Corner and the southern end is traditionally marked by the disused Edgware and Highgate railway line just south of West Way and Hale Drive; beyond lies Burnt Oak. Today's borough ward has slightly larger boundaries.