Kitsons Piano Transport

Kitsons Piano Transport

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  • Makerfield way
    Wigan, Greater Manchester
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Specialist piano removals we carry full public liability upto 1 Million and goods in transit insurance

 Kitsons Transport removals and light haulage is based in the North West of England covering primarily Manchester, Warrington, Bolton, Wigan and surrounding areas. We are a family run business established for over 20 years and provide a wide range of services from full and part removals (ie, Student 1 bedroom apartments to 4 bedroom Detached Houses).

All our removal personnel are fully trained and experienced in all aspects of the removal industry and we provide the suitable vehicle specific to your requirements with a fleet ranging from an escort van to a transit Luton 3.5 tonne van to the larger 7.5 tonne truck.

Our company covers all of the United Kingdom supplying a seven days a week service.

We supply special protective covers for all your furniture and boxes and packing materials can be supplied on request and can also supply a dismantle and erection service for large furniture and being a family run business we add all those little extras to make sure that you have a no hassle, stress free move. We also specialise in commercial removals, moving offices and small businesses all over the UK.




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Piano Removals

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