Removal Company in Pinner

Storeys Removals:

The Removal Company in Pinner

Our removal company in Pinner is one of the most competitive in the country, with care and attention paid to each move. If you are based in Pinner and looking to move home, get in touch. Storeys Removals are the removal company in Rickmansworth who let you move the way you want.
Our services include:

  • Self-packing removal
  • Part & full pack removal
  • Packing materials can be provided for self packing
  • Special hanging garment carriers provided on the day of removal
  • Full and part storage of your effects if required

Storeys Removals are the go to removal company in Pinner – we are a family run removal company in Rickmansworth covering all of the three counties and further!

A little bit about Pinner:-


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pinner is an affluent area of the London Borough of Harrow in the north west of Greater London, traditionally in the county of Middlesex, 12.2 miles north west of Charing Cross.
Pinner was originally a hamlet, first recorded in 1231 as Pinnora,[2] although the already archaic -ora (meaning ‘hill’) suggests its origins lie no later than c.900.[3] The name Pinn is shared with the River Pinn, which runs through the village.The oldest part of the village lies around the fourteenth-century parish church of St. John the Baptist,[4] at the junction of the present day Grange Gardens, The High Street and Church Lane. The earliest surviving private dwelling, East End Farm Cottage, dates from the late fifteenth-century.[5]The village expanded rapidly between 1923 and 1939 when a series of garden estates, including the architecturally significant Pinnerwood estate conversation area – encouraged by the Metropolitan Railway – grew around its historic core.[6] It was largely from this time onwards that the area (including Hatch End, which forms the northeastern part of Pinner) assumed much of its present-day suburban character. The area is now continuous with neighbouring suburban districts including Rayners Lane and Eastcote.Pinner contains a large number of homes built in the 1930s Art Deco style, the most grand of which is the Grade II listed Elm Park Court at the junction of West End Lane and Elm Park Road. Pinner has had an annual street fair held in May since 1336, when it was granted by Royal Charter by Edward III;[7] it remains popular today.The majority of the older houses in Pinner were built by the Ellement family who were the local company of builders and joiners, with a road in Pinner still named after that family.Removal Company in Pinner