House Removals

Man with a Van is an ideal choice for professional house removals, we’re not the biggest removal company in Edinburgh, we don’t pretend to be, but we can still help you move a fair sized home professionally, safely with our experienced removal porters, fully equipped vehicles (as per website pictures) and most importantly to customers at a cost-conscious fair price.

Man with Van

We can move anything from small student flats or rooms to a four bedroomed family home or townhouse within the Edinburgh, Lothians and Fife areas. We travel outwith Edinburgh to West Lothian and East Lothian but only for larger removal jobs. We also do house clearances if trying to de-clutter before a removal.

Free Home Removal Estimates

We are more than happy to come along to assess your home move. This also gives us and you the opportunity to see exactly who you are dealing with. This is a free home moving estimate as long as you are within 5 miles of Edinburgh city centre. The most important aspect of estimating large jobs is it also gives us the opportunity to see what the job involves and if we can be of help moving or not.


If you need cardboard packing boxes or portable clothing wardrobes for your house removal, plus general packaging materials, we can supply them directly to your door from our online box supplier. Tell us what you need and the order will be placed and within 48hrs you will have the boxes delivered directly to your door! Saving you time and money and any stress related with the initial process of organising moving home – There is a minimum order of 15 boxes but I’m sure we can help you out with any packaging material requirements.

Get in Touch

Call 07500 626 626 or email us using our Contact Forms

Man with Van Tips

  • Use a local Removals Company not a high commission auction site company
  • Use a company that can handle the size of your removals
  • Do not use 3rd party removal companies
  • Speak directly to removal companies, not a removal broker
  • Get a few quotes
  • Remember the cheapest is not always best