Removals companies for Cirencester

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Are you looking for a removals service in the historic town of Cirencester? Whether moving to a property near the Corinium Stadium or a house by Home Park, reallymoving has you covered. We can save you time and money by giving you 5 free quotes from Ombudsman regulated removal companies in the local area in seconds. Click on ‘Get Quotes’ and fill out our simple form to get started today.

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The team were excellent. Van was a good size and the movers were quick and careful. There were zero breakages as everything was wrapped and secured in the van. I will use them again.

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A2B Removals

4.8 out of 5.0 based on 74 reviews

A2B Removals is fully licensed and insured to perform both long distance and local moves. Let them take you from A 2 B! Their staff carefully pack your possessions and take the same care with the delicate items as with Read more

Cornerstone Removals

4.0 out of 5.0 based on 11 reviews

Cornerstone Removals is a family-owned company that started years ago with moving a sofa and a fridge from here to there, and now has clients that own castles.Read more

Expert Moves

New to reallymoving

We are a fast-growing trusted local removals company, priding ourselves on providing a friendly, professional, trustworthy, value-for-money, courteous and helpful service.Read more

We are a friendly, professional and highly reliable removal company from Cardiff. Our professional members of staff are available 24/7.Read more

New Horizons is based near the three borders of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Wiltshire. New Horizons offer quality and well planned relocations to their customers.Read more

Swift Removals are a family run removals company based in Gloucester. Offering a friendly professional service whatever your budget.Read more

Local information

Based on reallymoving data up to December 2020

  • Average property price: £337,001
  • Average number of bedrooms: 2.70
  • reallymoving movers: 234
  • Average distance moved: 43 miles

Cirencester has been a settlement since Roman times, and was once one of the most important towns in Britain. Lying just south of the middle of the Cotswolds, today the small market town is still a popular place to live and certainly one of the most beautiful in Gloucestershire. Last year alone, reallymoving helped more than 160 people move into the local area.

Due in part to the great foundations the Romans left in the town, Cirencester continues to have great road networks, making journeys around the area and out to Bristol, Oxford, and Swindon surprisingly fast for a town in the Cotswolds. The removal services we use in the local area take advantage of these speedy road networks meaning your belongings have a smooth journey to their new home.

Whichever removals service you pick, reallymoving can make sure you pick the right one for you. By giving you 5 instant quotes, you can directly compare price and service of each removals firm in the area, saving you time and even a bit of money. With reallymoving you’ll be settled into your new home sooner than you think, meaning you’ll have plenty of time to explore the local area. Whether visiting Cirencester Church, the Corinium Museum, or going for walks in the Cotswolds, there is plenty to be doing.

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