​ Domestic & Office Removals - UK & Eu including Switzerland​
  • Moving your home or office can be stressful. With so many variables and possessions to contend with, an affordable, well managed & efficient removal company you can rely on is essential.


    Noasim Removals & Transport Services is all about customer satisfaction. We understand it’s the customer referrals and feedback that keep us growing from strength to strength. Our removal and transport personnel are well trained to handle customer variable possessions with the utmost care to avoid damage. Total Dedication, Honesty & Trustworthiness is our MOTO!

  • *Over the last 12 yrs, we have accumulated HUNDREDS of Positive Previous customer reviews on both Shiply.com & Uship with Successful completion of nearly 1,000 domestic house moves to & from ALL corners of UK mainland, UK Isles and ALL countries in Western Europe.

  • *These could be viewed by signing on to Shiply & checking on reviews under our Username >> Crafted_UkEuro_Removals.  A few of these are reflected on our limited space right-hand corner below;

Welcome to Noasim Removals Website;

In the process of moving household goods, it is essential to note that while making sure the furniture is not damaged or broken, we need to watch the walls to avoid scratches that would otherwise cost the customer in repairs. Our staff understand and are trained to always remember this!

In the unlikely event of accidents and damage, the customer would NOT lose out as ALL removals are covered by our furniture removals insurance(Zone 3) which extends beyond UK borders to include Western Europe as well.

We mainly use Mercedes Luton Box Trucks equipped with tow-bars for coupling our 14 ft Removal box Trailers which from experience end up being really impressive to the customer as clean household goods are transported separately to the 'NOT' too tidy garden  & shed furniture. The trailer is also used to transport motorbikes & pushbikes along with other customer belongings. 

- All our vehicles are specially made for removals with strap-buckles to secure goods & furniture in transit.


*We also always use removal blankets to cover ALL furniture and delicate customer possessions in order to guard against scratches.

We also use mattress covers as a standard to avoid soiling during both loading & delivery.

We offer the following services;

Noasim Removals 1st Offices
Noasim Removals 1st Offices

At a busy location in Oxford; - Now Swindon based at Cheney Manor Industrial Estate.

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Your House Move Made Easy!
Your House Move Made Easy!

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Packaging material
Packaging material

These we provide for any full-Packaging service. *Please see the different types of services that we undertake by clicking the 'Services' tab.

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Noasim Removals 1st Offices
Noasim Removals 1st Offices

At a busy location in Oxford; - Now Swindon based at Cheney Manor Industrial Estate.

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Domestic House Removals=> Nationwide including Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man & all other British isles.

European Removals=> Republic of Ireland, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Lexingburg, Germany, Swizerland, Austria, Italy, Spain & Portugal

Over seas goods & Furniture shipments=>either sea or air to USA, United Arab Emirates & throughout East Africa via Mombasa Kenya.


Noasim Removals Moving Tips =>> Expert Moving Advice

*Moving house is quite a stressful event. Like any other project undertaking, stress reduction depends on pre-planning arrangements by both the customer and us (the removal personnel) We have taken time to gather for our potential customers a wealth of tips & advice more than you're likely to find on any other removal website*

  • The first thing to consider is the type of service you need - This of course largely depends on the budget for any particular individual; Please see the different type of services we offer for both house & business moves under ‘Services’ it’s also wise to discuss the details of your planned move with the estimator or surveyor (in case we do a home visit) although Sometimes home visits are unnecessary if the customer can make a meticulous inventory list of items to be moved & email a clear-cut explanation of what needs doing.
    • Allow yourself time to go through most of the major items from room to room when preparing an items inventory list making sure you note any items that will not be moving and label them with stickers.
    • Mention items you are particularly concerned about e.g. Fragile, heavy or valued antiques.
  • Booking your move - Make sure that booking you confirm with your mover is definite. All moves have potential dates but until contracts are exchanged, completed and handover of key times are agreed you cannot make any fixed date plans for removal. It's wise to check with all the parties involved before making a final date confirmation with the removal company.
  • Drawers - We always advise the customer not to bother emptying contents from drawers. This can be transported securely by first removing the drawers and safely placing them back onto the main unit in the removal vehicle.
  • Personal Items - Passports/Money/Handbags/documents/night away bag, jewellery etc- must be Kept aside & in your possession e.g. inside your car together with all the personal items you want to take with you during the move. Always be sure that the porters cannot pack these items away with your removal goods. Keep them out of the way to avoid any errors.
  • Mains Services - Depending on whether you’re selling or renting the property you’re moving from, when you have your confirmed date from your solicitor/letting agents make arrangements to have your gas/electric/telephone e.t.c disconnected and meters read.
  • Children and Pets - If possible it is usually better if you can arrange for younger children and pets to be looked after whilst the move is taking place as it can be quite stressful for them. However, older children may enjoy the excitement of the move.
  • Parking and Access - If there’re parking restrictions at either location, it will be necessary for you to obtain the relevant exemptions/permissions. Either way, you will need to liaise with us on the size of the parking space required for the removal vehicle. Also let us know if there are any other difficulties getting access to your new home - narrow streets, overhanging trees, low bridges/gates, small doorways, spiral staircase etc.. If you are moving to a multi-storey building check if there is a lift that can be used for furniture and if possible make arrangements for priority use for the day.
  • Insurance - Even with the greatest care taken, NOT a single removal company can guarantee that your cherished belongings won't get damaged in transit. This is why we offer suitable insurance cover as part of the service. Insurance is not only important, but it's also common sense!
  • Final Check - When we let you know that everything has been loaded, carefully check around the house to be sure that nothing has been left behind, or that they have not loaded something you wanted to be left.
How to secure a Cheaper Removal;
  • Tidy Up=> Try and have your home tidy when the removal estimator is carrying out his survey as this will mean he will be able to accurately gauge the amount of furniture he is quoting for.
  • Book In Advance=>  Book in advance as early as possible as removal companies will be keen to fill their diary as early as possible so early home visits places you in a good bargaining position.
  • Your Own Insurance=>  Find out if your own home insurance covers you for your move. If it does, ask your mover if there is a chargeable element in their quote for insurance and can it be deducted.


The Difference between a Flitting and a Professional Removal;

  • Professional removal is a more organized process opposed to a flitting.

  • The client should always feel relaxed and calm in the belief that their goods are in safe hands.

  • In a professional removal, the process begins with a confirmation on dates for both pickup & delivery, then agreement on price & terms of payments after both parties touch base on all the determining factors ie.

    • The total volume of furniture to be moved after using a suitable furniture calculator including common sense estimation for bulker unusual items;

    • Type of service required>>either, Full-service, Semi-Sevice or Transport only-Service

    • The size of the vehicle to be used;

    • Nature of accessibility to both pickup & delivery addresses.  

  • A professional removal provides a written fixed price quotation avoiding any risk of hidden surcharges.

  • Flitting verbal estimate can leave clients exposed to their mover possibly not turning up or arriving late on move day or simply a poor level of service with no real customer care values. 

  • A professional mover is generally committed to informing clients of any delays as soon as they become apparent to avoid any unnecessary client panicking.

  • With a structured and well-managed removal, there is no rushed approach during the moving process and the client feels more at ease during the removal. 

  • In an organized removal, the client is advised on carpet and wooden floor protectors to prevent damage to client’s carpets and floor area. 

  • Mattresses are protected with nylon/plastic protection for maximum protection.

  • Highly polished furniture is individually blanket and export wrapped for maximum protection. 

  • Customer’s homes are thoroughly checked prior to the vehicle leaving the pickup address to ensure all items are loaded and after delivery, the vehicle is checked thoroughly to ensure the whole consignment is delivered. 

  • Customer’s belongings are positioned in the new home in a way that is to the clients' satisfaction and not inconsiderately placed at the most convenient point to the removal porter.

*10 Things to Look Out For When Choosing a Reputable Removal Company;

  1. Ensure the quote is based on facts as they appear on the ground such as the correct volume of your furniture, Service type & Vehicle size to avoid disputes on the removal day.

  2. Ensure your quotation is a written quotation opposed to a verbal agreement.

  3. Ask if their staff is fully trained.

  4. Ascertain the level of insurance on your goods.

  5. Ascertain if premises protection insurance coverage is in place.

  6. Ascertain if a customer care policy and complaints procedures is in place.

  7. Has a suitable vehicle been allocated to carry out the work?

  8. Are protective covers used for your Furniture & mattresses etc.?

  9. Have you received a booking confirmation in writing?

  10. Ascertain if there are potential surcharges for the service offered?

Questions I need  Answers to about Moving;

  • Does the removal company have hidden charges?

  • If entry to my new home is delayed, are there any surcharges while I wait to pick up my keys?

  • If I have to cancel or postpone my removal date does the removal company have a right to charge and can the charge be avoided?

  • How far in advance should I book for my move?

  • Does the removal company demand or require me to empty chest of drawers?

  • How will I know what time to book my removal for?

  • On moving day, is there any way to ease the pressure of having to vacate my home by a certain time?

  • Are there any items that removal companies are not permitted to carry in their vehicles?

  • Do I need to pack or wrap any large furniture?

  • If I have furniture that requires to be dismantled, do the removal men carry out this service?

  • What items are not covered by the removal companies insurance whilst in transit?

  • Do removal companies empty lofts?

  • If I am having a packing service, what do I need to do?

  • What can I do to make moving day easier?


Planning Your Move=>>10 Things You Should Do When Planning Your Move

  1. Try to start getting quotes between 4-6 weeks before your move date so you don’t put unnecessary pressure on yourself and risk not getting a suitable booking from a quality mover.

  2. Always ensure you receive a written booking confirmation after establishing the quantity & nature of items to be moved rather than estimates over the phone - a mover who gives estimates don't really know what they are quoting for and they may turn up underprepared and understaffed.

  3. Ask that any costing is in writing.

  4. Request that any booking is followed up with a confirmation of booking from your mover - without which there is no legally binding contract.

  5. Contact your neighbours in advance to tell them you are moving and ask them to leave a space for the removal van to park. 

  6. It is a good idea to number all boxes and bags and take an inventory of the amount to be moved - this can reduce the chance of any disputes regarding any lost items or missing boxes.

  7. Keep all personal items such as driving licences, cash, credit cards passports, etc. on your person on move day as you may need them.

  8. Keeping a survival kit of items you will need on move day such as light bulbs, a torch, first aid kit, etc. can be very handy.

  9. Ask your mover what storage arrangements they have as it is advisable to have a contingency plan just in case legal disputes stop you gaining access and you require storage.

  10. All flammables, paints and foodstuffs/liquids are forbidden from your consignment on move day. If you pack these it may void any insurance cover your mover has in place.