We offer local moves within London and Greater London areas. We are capable of undertaking office relocations. We are pretty flexible towards the needs of your business, and can arrange removals outside normal working hours.
We are fully insured and can relocate all your belongings. If you need us to transport your china, glass and other fragile items, we will do it safely. Even advise you on and help with the packing if requested. We have the knowledge and can provide specialised packing materials to prevent any damages. Double wall moving boxes can be rented.
Upon request we can arrange to deliver strong moving boxes to your door on the day when or before you requested for the removal to take place. The greatest advantage of this service is that you do not have to buy boxes and then think how and where to dispose of them. We can either help you unpack and take them away, or come back to collect on a day and time convenient for you.
You may want simply to relocate boxes and furniture from one place to another. Or, assist you in the process of packing, moving and unpacking, step by step. This is entirely your decision to take. Fast Cleaning will supply the manpower and materials to provide every specific needs.
Our vehicles range from small to large furniture vans suitable for large home and office removals and clearances. Our teams are fully trained in all aspects of furniture moving. They are capable of carrying out any type of removals at very affordable prices. Please, do not hesitate, but contact us for more information.
About our man with van in Woodford, E18 – London
Woodford appears in the 1086 Domesday Book as Wdefort, although its earliest recorded use is earlier in 1062 as Wudeford. The name is Old English and means ‘ford in or by the wood’. The ancient parish of Woodford, also known as Woodford St Mary, formed part of the Becontree hundred of Essex. It was suburban to London and formed part of the Metropolitan Police District from 1840. For administration of the Poor Law it was grouped into the West Ham Union in 1835.
South Woodford’s retail and business area is centred around George Lane — the main high street for the district — and Woodford Green High Road. There are a number of well-known chain store shops, such as Boots and Marks & Spencer, and a good selection of smaller shops, restaurants, cafes, and two post offices, including a Royal Mail sorting office.
Woodford tube station
The station was originally opened on 22 August 1856 as part of the Eastern Counties Railway branch to Loughton. Further alterations were carried out by the successor company, the Great Eastern Railway, including services to Ilford via the Fairlop Loop opened in 1903.