Our aim is to help you find quality businesses in the Removals trade.
There are some excellent Trade Associations in the Removals industry, and their quality marks are a good sign to look for.
Note: Verify membership of any business you plan to trade with, even if they include association quality marks on their paperwork, website or vehicles. Wherever possible you should check with the trade association (many offer an online facility for verifying membership).
Below is a list of Trade Associations we look out for in our members. If a member declares to have membership to one of these Trade Associations we verify it before any quality mark is displayed on this site.
A very well respected association, the British Association of Removers has over 500 members, and run Code of Practice that is approved by the UK Office of Fair Trading.
The National Guild of Removers members are independently inspected and vetted by an 'Ombudsman Approved' removals inspectorate. Members service levels are also constantly monitored via replied paid questionnaire cards handed to their customers
The Federation Of Independent Removers and Storers (FIRST) was established in 2003 to officially represent removals and storage businesses in the UK. FIRST aims to raise awareness and professionalism levels in the industry by providing assistance and support to removal companies and the moving public during all aspects of the moving and storing process.
The Road Haulage Association (RHA) provides dedicated campaigning, advice, information and business services specially tailored for the haulage industry.