We have moved many of our customers to Germany and we would be glad to design a Germany removal service directly tailored to your needs.
We have been moving our customers to/from Germany for many years and our Germany removals experience is second to none.
We also provide return collections, so if you're moving back to the UK from Germany, then we can also help, whether that's a full or part load.
Why Choose Armishaws for your removals to Germany?
Armishaws Removals provides removal and relocation services to all regions within Germany. As Military Contractors to the Ministry of Defence (MoD), we have removals vehicles in Germany, moving military families back to the UK. This means that our vehicles have space on the outward journey to Germany for your removals.
"I'm happy to report that everything has been completed to our satisfaction. Darryl and Lewis worked like troopers, were unfailingly helpful and polite - a credit to the company. Please pass on our heartfelt thanks, and tell them that they should come back to Berlin next time as sightseers, not to work!"
Our Germany removal services can include:
- An Individually designed removal package to suit your needs
- Collection from anywhere in the UK or worldwide
- Any items, no matter how large or small
- Full loads or part loads
- A full survey by one of our European Removal Specialists
Call now on Freephone 0800 917 1015
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We provide removal and relocation services to all towns andv regions within Germany, including:
Stuttgart and many more.
Moving to Germany
If you are moving from Britain, here is a list of home comforts that you might not find easily in Germany and may prove to be useful to bring with you.
- 4-way UK power socket - you can put a Euro-style plug on the end of this - save's buying many plugs for your appliances in the short term.
- Bacon - If you enjoy bacon, bring some with you to freeze, you cannot buy British-style back bacon in Germany. The same goes for Irish pork sausages.
- Brown sauce - if you like it, then bring it, you'll not find it cheaply or easily here
- Cadbury's chocolate - if you like it, then bring it, you'll not find it cheaply or easily here
- Carrier Bags - You pay for them in Germany (in most supermarkets, although Walmart provides them for free, although the amount is highly monitored by the checkout staff!) - you'll find a plentifull supply of these invaluable when it comes to going to the supermarket and not knowing how to get the items that you've bought home!
- Curry Sauces and Spices - If you enjoy Indian food, then you'll be glad that you brought your sauces and spices with you. It is possible to buy a bland generic curry sauce in Germany but it will not compare with British or Indian sauces. Some Turkish food suppliers stock a variety of Indian spices but the prices will not compare to what you are used to paying in the UK.
- Salad Cream/Dressing - if you're not too fond of having salad floating in vinegar, then bring your own dressing. The German salad dressing is too sour for most British/American/Canadian tastes.
- Satellite System - if you're a Sky subscriber, then bring you system with you and transfer the account to another UK address, the receiver will work here and you'll be amazed how easily it can be setup. Note that unless your TV is very recent, then it will probably not be able to pick up German Cable TV broadcasts as the tunable frequency range is not wide enough for British TV's to handle. Americans can leave their TV at home, there's no chance that that'll work.
- Soft toilet roll - very expensive in Germany - although beware that the normal 'set' size for German toilet roll is a little smaller than the British/American variaties so the roll may not fit into the roll holder!
- Special soaps/detergents/shampoos that you may like to use
- Tea bags - 'Schwarz Tee' is available but not usually to the strengths that you'll be used to. One can normally buy PG Tips for example, in local Turkish and Asian shops.
This article was written by Dave Small, who has been living and working in Germany since 2002 and encountered so many cultural hurdles along the way, hence the need for http://www.livingingermany.de - the site that makes clear all of those hazy expat challenges faced by so many English-speakers moving to Germany. This article and more can be found at http://www.freiburg-home.com
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