vans volumes for removals

1 Cubic Meter Visualisation for van removals

We’ve created this page and video for You.

What is 1 cubic metre? This question is frequently asked by our customers and this is why we’ve created the video showing one of our team putting 8 cube boxes together to create a large cube of a volume of 1 cubic metre.

Please note each box is a cube 50 cm long, 50cm deep and 50 cm tall.

If you you are not clear about what metres and centimetres are don’t worry as you are not the only one.  Below are the conversions from the metric to imperial measurements.

  • 19.68 inches = 50cm
  • 39.37 inches = 1 metre
  • 35.31 cubic feet = 1 cubic metre

Just watch our 1 minute long video to see what 1 cubic metre is.

The removal order of a size of 1 cubic metre is not offered by Removals England Ltd.  The smallest order we can accept is 5 cubic metres.

5 Cubic Metres Visualisation for van removals

How much space 5 cubic metres is ?

Checking the price for your removal on this website is easy but establishing how much space you need in the van for your items may be a bit more complicated. This is why we’ve created a video illustrating how much space 5 cubic metres is.

Each box you can see when watching this video is of cubic shape

  • 50 centimetres deep,
  • 50 centimetres tall
  • 50 centimetres wide

There are 40 boxes of this size needed to make up 5 cubic metres.

Don’t worry if you don’t know how to convert 5 cubic metres into feet as we converted few examples for you:

  • 176 cubic feet = 5 cubic metres
  • 39.37 inches = 1 metre
  • 19.68 inches = 50cm

You can order 5 cubic metres option for your European Removal on this website.

Five Cubic Metres

10 Cubic Metres in a van

What is 10 cubic metres?

In order to facilitate the process of assessing your household for European Removal we’ve created 1 minute long video illustrating the process of loading 80 standard size removal boxes. Each box you will see on this video is:

  • 50 centimetres deep
  • 50 centimetres tall
  • 50 centimetres wide

10 cubic meters is made of 80 large removal boxes

If you need to convert cubic metres into imperial measurements we listed few practical examples for you below:

  • 353 cubic feet = 10 cubic metres
  • 39.37 inches = 1 metre
  • 19.68 inches = 50cm

It is possible to book 10 cubic metres of space in one of our vans for your removal on this website.

Ten Cubic Metres

Van Removals – 15 cubic metres in a van

How many removal boxes fit into 15 cubic metres?

15 cubic metres is the maximum volume each of our vans can take. Just watch our 1 minute long video we’ve created for you to see if 15 cubic metres of space in the van is large enough for your move. Don’t worry if you need more space as you can request more than one van in the same time to come and collect your removal.

The video shows our drivers loading 120 standard size removal boxes into the van. Each box used in this video is:

  • 50 centimetres deep
  • 50 centimetres tall
  • 50 centimetres wide

15 cubic meters is made of 120 large removal boxes

If you need to convert cubic metres into imperial measurements we listed few practical examples for you below:

  • 529 cubic feet = 15 cubic metres
  • 39.37 inches = 1 metre
  • 19.68 inches = 50cm

You can book 15 cubic metres of space or more for your removal on this website.

Fifteen Cubic Metres