Because we provide the most cost effective and dedicated move manager service
That philosophy still underpins our business today and we achieve our aim by providing the most personal, dedicated move management service, delivered to the highest possible standard.
As a founding member of the British Association of Removers (BAR) we have always been at the forefront of our industry, helping set and maintain the quality standards used by other leading members.
Today, Pearson Home Moving operates across the globe through long-established international networks to ensure that, no matter where in the world you are moving to, we can manage your move to the highest quality.
As a founding member of the British Association of Removers (BAR), a member of FIDI, the organisation that sets the quality standards for international removals, and Harmony, the world's largest relocation network, you can be sure that your move abroad will always be managed to the highest standards.Learn more
At Pearson Home Moving our teams of dedicated Move Managers and highly trained removal teams operate from two UK bases, in the North East and West Midlands. With the UK being such an important International Hub, our Move Managers are perfectly positioned to oversee all requirements you may have, wherever in the World that may be.Meet Our Team
We also operate our own specialist fleet of removal vehicles to give us the best possible control over the removal process across the UK and Europe. For longer distances we have long-established, trusted relationships with air and sea carriers to ensure safe and secure international transportation.
With both short and long term storage being such common requirements, we also maintain our own temperature controlled, insurance approved, secure storage facility for our clients.
“ The help given by the relocation manager was brilliant. Even when I changed my mind a couple of times regarding how much of the contents to be moved and possible moving dates, they were supporting throughout the experience. ”Stefan - Denmark to Scotland 2015