Ealing, London – Self Storage, Removal Boxes, Man, Van & House Moving Services

Ealing Removals is a term used to define the moving services provided within the Ealing areas of London. If you are looking for removal companies that serve the Ealing area then you have found the right removal company, Careful Removals UK’s moving services starts from 100 miles around London including areas within the Ealing borough, we serve the Ealing area and deliver to most of Europe.

Here are the list of services delivered:

  • House removals Ealing
  • Office removals in Ealing
  • Furniture removals in Ealing
  • Junk Removal Services Ealing
  • Ealing Recycle Services
  • Ealing Business relocation

Ealing’s Leafy Suburbs.

Ealing came into its own in the Victorian era and earned itself the title of Queen of the Suburbs. It really hit fame when it became home to the unforgettable Ealing comedies produced at the Ealing Studios. The leafy suburban streets are dominated by huge Victorian and Edwardian properties and the area retains an open green feel that makes it inviting. Each summer the borough plays host to the Ealing Jazz Festival.

Ealing Residential.

Ealing attracts residents that appreciate the strong sense of neighbourhood community so prevalent in the borough. It is increasingly popular with young families attracted by the green spaces and the many good independent schools. It has excellent transport links to the rest of London yet gives an almost countryside feeling to town dwelling. Garden style properties appeal to families, and the big Victorian houses rub shoulders with quaint cottages. One of the most appealing aspects of Ealing is the way in which residents establish long term roots in the area.
Great Transport Links.

Located in West London the borough of Ealing offers great transport links to the rest of London which makes it ideal for commuters. It is only 12 miles from the City of London and has excellent tube and rail links. As well as being convenient for accessing central London Ealing is close to Heathrow Airport which is just eight miles away.

Regeneration of borough.

Ealing Council is currently investing heavily in a programme of regeneration which will boost employment opportunities in the borough and encourage more businesses to invest in the area. Am ambitious investment plan aims to revamp the boroughs eight town centres.

Ealing International.

Ealing is a multicultural conclave with a vibrant Polish, Jewish and Japanese community. International food shops and restaurants abound with an eclectic mix of sushi bars, Korean delis, Thai tables, and Persian patisseries. The famous Southall Market is located in the area of Ealing dubbed ‘little India’ and is a vibrant treasure trove full of exotic wares not to be missed. Shoppers can have a veritable field day in the area. Ealing Farmer’s Market takes over Leeland Road every Saturday morning as stalls are filled to bursting with the very best of farm fresh products. Additionally there are high street shops specialising in crafts, antiques and exotic delicacies.

Ealing Jazz Festival.

Each July a fantastic line up of the best international jazz musicians descend on Walpole Park to play live jazz for five days. The festival has just celebrated its 30th anniversary and has gained international repute among festival goers. Walpole Park itself is one of the most popular open parks in the Ealing borough, a tranquil oasis featuring a walled rose garden and ornamental ponds. The impressive Pitzhangar Manor House, which houses a museum and gallery, stands at the entrance to Walpole Park.

Ealing Studios.

Ealing Studios came to international fame in the fifties when it produced some of the best loved classic comedies of the 20th century and catapulted many great British actors to international stardom. Today you can sign up for a timed tour of the great studios. If you want to catch a film in Ealing then the Himalaya Palace in Southall is the place to see the latest Bollywood sagas on the big screen. The venue has been restored from what was the Palace Cinema.

The Grand Union Canal.

The Grand Union Canal runs right through Ealing and is a popular spot for walkers and cyclists. Walking tours can be arranged along the banks of the canal and the popular Sky Ride guided cycle rides incorporates the Ealing Canal Loop.

Ealing is a great leafy suburb to settle down in and enjoy the vibrant mix of cultures and strong sense of community, whilst indulging in the nostalgia of those great classic film street settings.