Covid-19 Update

During these unprecedented times we face many challenges in our local and international communities. It is very difficult to make the best choices for our staff, customers and anyone effected by our operation. From the 27th March we decided to close for 3 weeks as we saw it was to unsafe to practise. We have since reviewed our policies and have decided to REOPEN.

AS OF 20TH APRIL WE ARE OPERATING. Our storage facilities remain closed until further notice due to the high footfall in our warehouse. Social distancing and other safety policies including wearing of masks and gloves will be a part of our new policies. We want to help those that are stuck and cannot find people to move them and also to those who have had moves lined up for a long time, before Covid-19 arrived in the UK.

We will use video calling to carry out surveys, which we already have experience in, and find ways to move our clients in the safest way possible. Each case will be dealt with individually to determine if the works can be completed in the current climate or not.

We ask customers that have storage to please bear with us until we can find a safe way to reopen our facilities or until the governments relaxes their restrictions.

If anyone is dealing with an emergency please feel free to call our office number on 0203 737 2571 and we will do everything we can to help.

We have also started a food donations drive to the local food banks. Anyone that can donate food or toiletries please email or message us on facebook (SpringBox) to arrange a free collection from your SW London home on Tuesday mornings. Have a look at our social pages to see what we have already been doing for the local food banks.

We are also raising money for St Georges Hospital Charity which looks after the hospital staff and local communities during this pandemic. If you would like to donate please click on the link below. All donations goes straight to the charity’s account via Just Giving: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/kyle-tucker-abseilforstgeorgeshospitalcovid-19