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Looking for a residential removal company in Suffolk? With an average cost of moving at £595, we've helped hundreds of movers save time and money in the area by connecting them with up to 6 of the best local removal companies.

Whether you’re moving from Suffolk County to somewhere like Woodbridge, or out of the area to London and beyond, we will find the perfect Suffolk removals firm to lend a hand and provide a professional and expert service.

From quaint thatched cottages to large, timber-framed houses, Compare My Move will get you packed up and moved out in no time. It takes only a few seconds to enter your details and get connected with up to six of the most passionate and experienced removals companies in Suffolk.

Our partners are fully-insured so that you can trust you’re receiving a first-class service from the most trustworthy Suffolk removals firms, plus we can help you to save up to 70% on the cost along the way.

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    FAQs About Moving to Suffolk

    We looked into the moving process in Suffolk to bring you everything you need to know. We found that the average property price in the area is £435,048, with an average rent of £1,053 pcm.

    Friday is the most popular day for moving house and August is the favourite time of year. We calculated that the average cost of moving is £595 based on the average for a 3-bedroom house move.

    Avg. house price £435,048
    Avg. rent cost £1,053 pcm
    Avg. removal cost £595
    Best time to move August

    How Much Are Removal Company Costs In Suffolk?

    We found that the average cost of a removal firm in Suffolk is £595. According to our research and data, there are not the vast differences between cost bracketts like we’ve seen in other parts of the country. The highest you can expect to pay for a residential removal firm in the area is around £685, and the lowest is at £478.33

    Removal firms base their costs on a variety of factors including the size of the home, the number of items being moved and the distance between your new and old property. The day of the week you move can also influence the price, with popular days such as Friday being more expensive and unpopular moving days, like Sunday, costing less.

    The overall cost of hiring a removal company will also depend on whether or not you use additional services, such as professional packing, furniture assembly or storage options.

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    Average Removal Costs in Suffolk 2023
    Average Removal Costs in Suffolk 2023

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

    Our research found that the most popular time of year to move house in Suffolk is during August.

    During the height of summer, August offers longer and warmer days, making for a more pleasant move. It is also when the summer holidays fall, making it an ideal time for families with children, those working in education or students to move.

    The month with the least amount of moves in Suffolk is May, accounting for just over 5% of moves, followed by April with 6% of moves. This could be down to a number of factors, including school terms and uncertain spring weather. That said, ultimately your moving day will largely depend on the completion day for your property transaction.

    Popular Months To Move in Suffolk 2023
    Popular Months To Move in Suffolk 2023

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

    In line with the majority of the UK, movers in Suffolk favoured moving on a Friday, with over 28% of moves taking place on the gateway to the weekend.

    Moving house on a Friday means minimal disruption to work and also to school if you are moving house with children. It also means having the whole weekend to fully unpack, buy essentials and get to know your new area.

    In contrast, the least popular day to move house in Suffolk is on a Sunday with just over 3.5% of moves taking place on the last day of the weekend. We have found this is the case across most of the UK, for a variety of reasons. For one, it can mean less time to unpack and settle in if you have work the following day.

    Additionally, many solicitor offices estate agents close on a Sunday, meaning if there is a problem with the home when you move in it may not be addressed right away.

    Popular Moving Days in Suffolk 2023
    Popular Moving Days in Suffolk 2023

    What Are The Top Locations for Suffolk Movers?

    For those looking for a new area to live, we’ve found the most popular locations for our Suffolk users to move to, according to our unique user data.

    Below we review the top four locations from our data, their average house prices and the most popular property type. This allows you to plan and budget accordingly if you are looking to move to one of these areas.

    The most popular area of the four is Stowmarket, located within Suffolk. This is followed by London which is, perhaps unsurprisingly, the most expensive area on our list. The cheapest are of the four is the market town of Thetford, with an average property price of £219,976.

    Top 4 Locations for Suffolk Movers 2023
    Top 4 Locations for Suffolk Movers 2023
    • Stowmarket

      A market town within Suffolk, Stowmarket had an average property price of £251,631 over the last year. However, the majority of sales here were for detached properties which sold for an average of £326,063.

    • London

      With an average property price of £783,377, and prices increasing year on year, London is the most expensive area on our list. Flats made up the majority of sales, selling for an average of £597,701.

    • Thetford

      A market town in the Breckland district of Norfolk, Thetford is the cheapest location on our list, with an average property price of £219,976. The area has seen a 10% increase in property prices, with terraced properties accounting for the majority of sales in the last year.

    • Woodbridge

      A port and market town in the East Suffolk district, Woodbridge has seen a 6% increase in property prices over the last year. The average price for a property here is £411,093, making it the second most expensive area on our list. Terraced properties made up the majority of sales here, selling for £369,827 on average.