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Moving Office to Anywhere in Ireland

For over 45 years Allen Removals have been working throughout Ireland and the UK to ensure a smooth office move service for our clients. We understand that there are many things to consider and plan, so our trained corporate move specialists work with you to devise a plan that eliminates stress and ensures a smooth transition to your new location.

Fully Insured & ISO 9001 registered

We are fully Insured & ISO 9001 registered so you can be confident knowing that you’re entrusting your home and your treasured possessions to a remover that meets high standards of consumer protection.

Office Weekend Moves

We provide weekend moves and relocations, meaning you leave your old office on Friday evening and walk into your new office on Monday morning.

IT Relocation

When it comes to servers, computers and anything “IT”, our staff undergo training as technology advances to keep them on the cutting edge of the industry. This allows us to provide IT relocation including cabling and full network testing.

If you are looking to move office in Dublin or any Country in Ireland or UK, contact our team or click here for more on Our Office Move Services.

Moving From Dublin to London

Moving from Dublin to London

We can all imagine that the cost of living in London is expensive and it would be hard for anyone to stay if it is more or less expensive than Dublin. The average cost of a one-bedroom apartment in the city is £1,500 per month with Utility bills, transportation, and food comparable with Dublin.

If you will be looking for a new job in London, job prospects are currently good. There are many opportunities in the city especially for skilled workers with the average salary in London being £35,000 per year.

There are so many things to do and see in London, from the historic buildings to the beautiful parks and gardens. You should also plan on visiting some of the many museums and art galleries. London has some of the best museums in the world, and you can learn a lot about the city’s history and culture by visiting them. If you are interested in art, you will find that there are many art galleries in London. You can also visit some of the historic buildings, such as the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace.

If you are interested in shopping you can visit some of the many shops and department stores in the city, or you can go to the markets and stalls to find some great bargains.

London also has some of the best restaurants in the world, and you can find some great food in areas such as Camden, Islington, Shoreditch, Clapham and Soho.

Making the decision to move from Dublin to London is a big one, but we have created a few posts that may help reduce your stress.

Moving With Pets

If you are looking to move with Pets, it is important to remember that they can be affected by moving home because they can become anxious and stressed in new environments. We have created a post that will give you a few tips when moving with a Dog or Cat.

Buying or Renting in London

If you are buying a place in London, or even committing to long term lease, please take a look at our ‘Knowing its your dream home post’ where we detail a few tips and “things to remember” before your move.  

Packing Tips

Finally, the thought of packing might be keeping you up at night, but check out our Packing tips when Moving Home article here.

At Allen Removals we have built a reputation as efficient, professional and careful movers to people in Ireland and the UK and have helped many people and families make the move from Dublin to London and London to Dublin.

If you would like to get a quote from us, please visit or Moving Quote page here.

Packing Tips when Moving House

Packing Tips when Moving Home

In this post we have detailed a few important tips to think about when packing for a house move.

Packing when moving house can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. Here are some tips to help make the process a little easier:


1. Start early


Don’t leave packing until the last minute. Start packing up non-essential items a few weeks before the move. This will make the process less stressful and give you more time to focus on the essentials.


2. Get organised


Label all your boxes with the contents and the room they need to go in. This will make unpacking a lot easier.


3. Pack heavy items first


Pack heavier items first so they are at the bottom of the box. This will make the box easier to carry and prevent items from shifting during the move.


4. Use packing materials


Use packing materials such as bubble wrap or packing paper to protect your items.


5. Don’t overpack


Don’t overpack your boxes. This will make them difficult to carry and could cause items to break.


6. Get help


If you are feeling overwhelmed, ask friends or family to help with packing.

If you need help with moving house, give our experts a call on (+353) 1 451 3585 or visit the contact page on our site by clicking here