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Removals to France

Looking for a friendly and reliable removal service, as well as cheap prices for removals to France? Then read on. At VanOne we’re committed to three values:

  • To deliver superb service to our customers.
  • To treat the belongings of our customers with as much care as if they were our own.
  • And to offer the cheapest removal price in Europe.

So click on the quote form and you’ll soon be eating cheese and drinking French wine in the comfort of your new home.

Your journey with us:

The journey starts as soon as our experienced, friendly driver arrives. He will help you carry your belongings to our state of the art van. Trained in heavy lifting, he will treat your belongings with care and pack them securely. Then it’s off to France!

For your peace of mind, we’ll keep you updated throughout the journey so that you know your treasured items are safe, and two hours from the destination, we will call to confirm our arrival time.

Two hours later, the same friendly driver will be at your door, ready to help you carry your belongings into your new house. It couldn’t be simpler.

Documents you’ll need:

When it comes to paperwork, most people would rather avoid it. Therefore the good news when planning for removals to France is there are just two forms to complete. The first is an insurance form (we provide free goods in transit insurance), and the second is a cargo movement or CMR form, which your driver will give you on the day of your move.

Cheap Removals to France from UK

How to prepare:

The British Army has an old saying: proper planning prevents poor performance. This applies to moving too. To keep your possessions as secure and as safe as possible during transit, we recommend you pack loose items in suitcases or boxes. Place padding on furniture, or cover it up.

For great prices on packing materials, head over to our online store where you’ll find heavy-duty shrink wrap and protective blankets

How long does the journey to France take?

You’ll be there in no time at all. Once our driver has loaded up the vehicle with your furniture and items, he’ll drive straight for your new home. The average journey from the UK to France takes half a day, so you’ll be sitting on your favourite sofa with a glass of wine in hand before you know it.

  • Please be advised that when moving from Scotland or Wales it can take up to 48 hours to reach France.
  • If the items to be transported are less than the full loading capacity of the removal vehicle (<15 cubic meters) it may take up to 5 days for delivery. For details please click here.


Get cheap removals UK to France with no hidden charges

France is a popular location for UK expats to move to. If you are considering a move from the UK to France, you will no doubt be searching for cheap international removals companies online. Before you decide on a moving company, make sure you understand a little about the industry. It could save you from paying too much for your move!

  • The top results on Google and other search engines often reveal middleman companies and price comparison sites over genuine removals brands.
  • Customers who are referred to a removals brand through a middleman will usually pay more, even if the deal looks good, because of the commission they charge on your lead.
  • You can get the cheapest UK to France removals by contacting a genuine removals company such as VanOne directly.

Avoid middleman fees by finding the genuine removals brands

If you can spot real removals companies from fake ones, you can save a great deal of money on your UK to France move. Here are some tips so you can work out whether that online offer is too good to be true – and avoid using a risky, expensive service.

Is the company registered on Companies House?

This online database lists all UK companies authorised to operate, along with contact details and business history. If you want to verify whether a business is genuine or not, this is a great place to start.

Does the company’s website use stock images?

A genuine removals brand will almost always show images of its own staff and vehicles, while a fake brand tends to source its illustrations from Google or from online image libraries.


How to get a safer removals service from the UK to France

Using a middleman service is not only expensive, but it can also be very risky. When you order through a middleman, they can refer your job onto any removals or shipping company they choose – and you don’t get a say. Cheap removals ordered this way often pass through logistics centres and have complex routes. The more often your goods are loaded and unloaded, the more chance of loss or damage.

Genuine removals companies like VanOne will always carry your goods directly from Point A in the UK to Point B in France, so the risk to your possessions is minimal. Trust a legitimate and straightforward removals company: call VanOne today and book your move to France.

Easy, Safe & Cheap:

We believe you are special; therefore we want your experience with us to be pleasant and hassle free. The best way to achieve this is by adhering to our three core values. Here are what they mean to you: our incredibly cheap prices mean you can spend the money you save on something you really want, the care we show to your belongings means you can rest assured they will arrive in the same shape they left, and our superb customer service means you will find the whole process easy. So what more could you want? Some French wine, you say? We’ll see what we can do. Click for a quote now.

Any other questions?

Still have some questions? Check out our FAQ page. We’re certain you’ll find the answers there.

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