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  • Removals is our Thing


    Whether you are moving to a new home or relocating a business there can be so much to do. You are constantly bombarded with different tasks which need completing before leaving the property and not having enough time to sufficiently accomplish all of them. However Gladiator Removals is at hand with a specialist workforce to which you can delegate various tasks,leaving you free to sit back and complete the easier essential ones.

  • Professional

    Gladiator Removals works above and beyond the call of duty, ensuring  your house or business move is “a stress free and pleasant removal experience”. A team of fully trained uniformed professionals will ensure that the day goes as you wish ... No hiccups or damages. Your belongings are respected and cared for as if it was their own.

  • Team Leader

    Your Gladiator team leader  will liaise with you and his/her team members, making sure all your needs and requirements are met and that the team are to the best of their ability. Communication is our asset! Good information  makes the impossible, possible...

  • Security

    Security, service and price are the way we govern our moves.  Professionally packing a vehicle with a smile; our efficiency saves you time and money.  We are flexible on everything except for the safety of all elements of your move, including you the client, your belongings and our team. We move your items to storage, new home and or second location - just let us know your requirements!


  • Small Doorways /Large furniture

    If you have items which you believe won’t be able to fit through your door. Team members are trained to disassemble and reassemble furniture so it can be safely transported and relocated.

  • Transporting: Delicate,Large and Valuable

    Removals is 'our thing'; we have the correct equipment and training to move the most delicate, the largest or the most valuable of all items. So from antique to contemporary your belongings will arrive as they were collected

  • Always At Your Service

    Our main objective is to ensure the customer is happy; the goods are transported, everybody and everything is safe. Deadlines  and serenity  are the two things Gladiator removals aims to keep. We stay flexible, efficient and professional. So when we say "Always at your service" that's exactly what we mean.


Removals Your Way











Be Organised


Create a ‘To Do’ list and keep any important information together in a file. As soon as you know you are moving, start planning by writing down what you need to do and when. We would recommended giving yourself at least 3 weeks before your move.



Choose the right removal company


There are different options depending on your budget and the size of your move. For larger households as a general rule, look for BAR (British Association of Removers) or NGR (National guild of Removers and Storers) registered movers or recommendations from friends. Get at least three quotes and go with the one you feel is best suited to your move, rather than the cheapest.

Don’t leave packing to the last-minute


This is an area that many people may fall into simply because of how over-whelming a task it can be. Breaking it down into achievable parts can make it a lot less daunting. Take each room separately and start with books and CDs (use small boxes for these), and other items you don’t use that often. Alternatively, get the professionals to do it all for you – they can sweep the entire contents of a house into boxes in a matter of hours!

Large bags are a movers best friend!


Well, maybe not BEST friend, but they’re pretty good for any of the odds and sods that don’t really need to go in a box. Zipped laundry bags are good for moving linens, clothing, shoes and other non breakables.



Label Your Boxes


It sounds obvious but so many people forget. Put the labels on more than one side so you can see what’s what when they are piled high. If you’re really organised make an inventory of what is in each box, especially if some things are going into storage.

Does your furniture fit out of your old house and into your new one?


Again, sounds obvious but it can catch you out. If you got it in then you should be able to get it out, however flat pack furniture you built yourself is often the biggest cause of grief. Leave yourself time to disassemble and check with the movers if you need to get a window removed, they should know someone who will be able to help.

Create a room plan for your new home


Do a rough sketch of where furniture will be placed in each room. You can always move it again if you want to but it saves time!


Essentials boxes


Pack the kettle, tea, coffee and milk last, unpack first. Know where your bed linen and duvet are (see next tip). Keep remote controls, phones, mobile phone chargers and any other items you are likely to lose but need in the same ‘bits box’ so you know for sure where they are. Keep valuables and important documents with you.

Label your electricals


if you have many wires going into one device use sticky coloured labels or number each part to match one end to the other.




Think ahead


Make your bed as soon as possible!

You’ll appreciate it at the end of the day when you don’t have to do that one more thing before you can relax after a long day.




Top 10 Removal Tips

Gladiator Removals FAQ

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