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Looking for a home removal company in the port city of Plymouth? We've helped hundreds of movers save time and money by matching them with up to 6 local removal companies.

We only allow professionals to come on board with us and make sure all partners have Goods in Transit and Public Liability insurance, ensuring your personal belongings are fully protected throughout the move.

Situated between Dartmoor National Park and the South West coastline, Plymouth offers the best of both the city and the sea. Whether you’re living in Plymouth or moving out of Plymouth, our local removal companies in Plymouth can facilitate both short and long-distance moves.

.Not only do we match you with the best local removal companies, but we will also help you to save up to 70% on the cost of your removals, too.

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    FAQs About Moving to Plymouth

    We looked into the process of moving house in the city of Plymouth and found that the average property price is £223,116. The average rental cost is £704 pcm, Friday is the most popular day to move and July is the most popular month. 

    We calculated that the average cost of moving is £937 based on the average for a 3-bedroom house move.

    Avg. property price £223,116
    Avg. rental cost £704 pcm
    Avg. removal cost £937
    Best time to move July

    How Much Are Removal Company Costs In Plymouth?

    The average cost of moving house in the city of Plymouth is £937, according to our user data. This is based on the average 3-bedroom house move in the UK.

    In Plymouth, the most you can expect to pay for a removal company is £1,110, with the lowest being £717. Be aware that these are average and removal firms will commonly base costs on the size of your home, the number of items being moved, the distance between your old property and your new home.

    The price of your home move will also depend on whether or not you use additional services, such as professional packing, cleaning, waste removal or storage. The day of the week you move can also impact the cost of your removal service. Unpopular days such as Sunday could be cheaper, with popular days like Friday and Saturday potentially being more expensive.

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    Average Removal Costs in the UK 2020/2021
    Average Removal Costs in the UK 2020/2021

    What Is The Best Time of Year To Move in Plymouth?

    We found that the most popular time of year to move house in Plymouth is during July, according to our data.

    This is likely due to the fact that days are lighter and brighter this time of year, plus the fact that July is during the school holidays. This makes it an optimum time for families with children to move, in addition to those working in the education sector.

    The least popular months to move house in the area were April and May, each accounting for just 2% of moves. This could be due to people waiting until July - and the school holidays - to move house.

    December also proved to be a less popular month, with only 4% of movers opting for this time of year. This is likely down to a combination of colder weather and shorter days, in addition to the busy (and expensive) holiday season.

    Popular Months To Move in Plymouth 2020/2021
    Popular Months To Move in Plymouth 2020/2021

    What Is The Best Day Of The Week To Move In Plymouth?

    In line with much of the country, movers in Plymouth opted for Friday as their moving day, according to our data. We found that over 43% of moves took place in the area on the last day of the working week.

    In stark contrast, Sunday accounted for 0% of moves in the area. Across the UK, Sunday is typically the least popular day to move but it appears among our Plymouth users, moving on Sunday is not a consideration.

    As Sunday is an unpopular day to move house, it could potentially be a cheaper day to arrange a removal company - although this will depend on which firm you hire and the factors that determine their costs.

    However, be aware that many solicitors and estate agents are closed on a Sunday, meaning if there is an issue on moving day, you will have to wait until the following morning to contact someone.

    Popular Moving Days in Plymouth 2020/2021
    Popular Moving Days in Plymouth 2020/2021

    What Are The Top Locations for Plymouth Movers?

    Plymouth has plenty t offer but if you’re looking to leave the area, we can help you to find a removal firm that can move you to your new home. We work with only the very best local removal companies, connecting you with trusted firms that meet your removal needs.

    Below we’ve listed the most popular locations for residents of Plymouth to move to, according to our user data. Some are nearby, some are a little further away and we’ve included a combination of cities and towns.

    We’ve reviewed the top four locations among our users and their average house prices, allowing you to budget accordingly. These areas include London, Bristol, Canterbury and Ivybridge.

    Ever-popular Bristol proved to be the most popular location for our Plymouth users to move to, followed by London which is the most expensive area on our list. The cheapest location of the four is Ivybridge in Devon, which has an average property price of £272,543.

    Top 4 Locations for Plymouth Movers 2020/2021
    Top 4 Locations for Plymouth Movers 2020/2021
    • Bristol

      With both job opportunities and bustling city life to entice movers, Bristol has seen a 10% increase in property prices since 2019. The average price in the area is currently £361,590, with terraced homes being the most popular property type.

    • London

      London, the most expensive area of the four, has an average property price of £778,402. The majority of sales in London in the last year were for flats and apartments, of which the city has many, selling for an average price of £602,518 over the last year.

    • Canterbury

      Canterbury has an average property price of £347,583, up 10% on 2019 prices. Terraced properties were the most popular property type in the area, selling for an average of £321,615.

    • Ivybridge

      Ivybridge is the cheapest location on our list, with an average property price of £272,543, after prices only increased 2% over the last year. Detached properties made up the majority of sales here, selling for an average price of £346,959.

    Some Happy Plymouth Movers

    Our Plymouth removal partners go above and beyond to ensure a stress-free moving day, providing a reliable, confident and friendly service.

    But don’t just take our word for it: check out the beaming reviews from some very happy Plymouth movers below. Let us know about your move and get removal quotes.

    "Very polite and very professional. Everything went smoothly even though the removal was a difficult location to an easy location. Would recommend"

    Susie on 27/01/19

    Moving from Plymouth

    "Excellent and friendly customer service, as well as a quick, hassle free move"

    Dan Mitcham on 07/05/18

    Moving from Plymouth

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