Category : Removals

  • Near Cootehill Co Cavan at daybreak

    Posted May 18th, 2020 By in News, Removals, Uncategorized With | No Comments

    This photograph was taken as the removal lorry left the Killynenagh Lake Near Cootehill Co Cavan at daybreak on Monday 11th May, with the CV19 Virus outbreak still raging around the world, but, so peaceful here, its hard to believe something so deadly could be lurking.  

  • Removals from Scotland to Ireland

    Posted Nov 10th, 2019 By in Removals With | No Comments

    There was a time, probably Thirty Years ago, when we only used the Stranraer or Cairnryan ferries to get to Ireland. But times have changed, because of the rising cost of fuel, labour, and the drivers hours restrictions, and, strangely, there is a speed limit of 40 miles per hour on all single carriage roads …

  • moving house to Ireland

    Posted Aug 18th, 2014 By in Removals With | No Comments

    Moving house to Ireland is much the same as moving house anywhere, except, if you are moving from the UK to Ireland,  you do have that extra distance, the ferry to think of, and it really is surprisingly different to live there in lots of ways too. Especially moving to the  Republic of Ireland, you will quickly …

  • National Guild Of Removers and Storers Ltd Court Case

    Posted Apr 2nd, 2014 By in Removals, Uncategorized With | No Comments

    It seems as if the So Called National Guild Of Removers And Storers rarely lose a case in court with their claims against furniture removers, but that can be a misleading impression, as, most of those cases seem to have gone undefended, and so judgment would have been by default. But that may now be …

  • removals from London to Co Cork

    Posted Nov 3rd, 2013 By in Removals With | No Comments

    We have moved more people to Co. Cork in recent years I think, than any other county outside the Dublin area, mostly from the South of England, and especially removals from London to Cork. And considering all the size of it, Kinsale, has been a fairly regular destination for our customers, but, of course, in …

  • furniture removal driver wanted

    Posted Mar 2nd, 2013 By in Removals, Staff With | No Comments

    McCrorys Removals Ltd are recruiting again, and currently have a vacancy for a Class 2 Driver. The job entails Packing and Loading the removal vans and hgv trucks and moving our customers mostly from the UK To Ireland, as well as backloads from Ireland to the uk. Although we do full house removals from the …

  • removal from UK to Cork

    Posted Feb 27th, 2013 By in News, Removals, Uncategorized With | No Comments

    In spite of the recession, and although we’re always hearing of people emigrating from Ireland to the UK, there is still a steady flow of people moving from England to Cork. Moving from the uk to Co. Cork has a lot of attractions. As the largest County in Ireland Co. Cork, has a lot to …

  • removal from London to Co Kerry

    Posted Feb 26th, 2013 By in Removals With | No Comments

    Killarney in Co. Kerry attracts many thousands of visitors, in spite of the generous amount of rainfall it can boast each year. it compensates for the wetness by boasting of having such a diverse ecology that they have a wide variety of species some of them unique to the area, including the only remaining herd …

  • removal from London to Donegal

    Posted Feb 7th, 2013 By in Removals With | No Comments

    In the last year, we had the pleasure of doing a removal for Frank Barber from Shepherds Bush address in London to Frank’s hotel, The Lakeview in Portnoo, Co. Donegal. Including, not one, but two pianos, one of which was a fine grand piano in pristine condition. Travelling from Strabane, Co Tyrone, through Ballybofey and …

  • Page 1 of 212»