Moving to or from Suffolk? Glasswells has delivered a trusted Suffolk removals & domestic storage service since 1946.
Over the years, our consistent approach has gained us an enviable reputation for providing an honest, friendly and dependable removals service. So much so, we’ve even been recognised by the BAR (British Association of Removers).
We have a team of 25 highly experienced staff and a modern fleet of vehicles that will ensure your move is as stress-free as possible. So whether you’re moving locally in Suffolk, or looking further afield, Glasswells will get you there.
ⓘ How can we help?
Since 1946, we’ve helped thousands of people move to-and-from Suffolk. Find out how we can help you.
Why Choose Glasswells For Your Next Move
A professional Suffolk removals service at honest prices. We believe in delivering a first-class customer experience at outstanding value.
Glasswells currently employs a team of 25 professional staff. Our team adheres to a regular training program, so you can be assured that your move will be as hassle-free as possible.
70+ Years of Experience
Glasswells have been helping people move home since 1946 and since then have built up a name which stands for service and quality. Our heritage and experience means Glasswells is a name you can trust.
Glasswells have been a member of BAR (British Association of Removers) since 1955 and we are reviewed on an annual basis to ensure we deliver outstanding service.
5 Star Reviews
Glasswells asks for feedback from our customers after every move and have had thousands of 5 star reviews over the years. Being a family run business, customer service and overall satisfaction is extremely important to us.
ⓘ Did you know?
Suffolk’s medieval prosperity, which lasted until the 18th century, was based largely upon the woolen cloth industry and is reflected in the many large village churches such as those at Lavenham, Blythburgh, and Southwold.
What’s the best thing about living in Suffolk?
Sunny Suffolk – According to research, Suffolk enjoys two more hours of sunshine a week compared to the national average and temperatures in East Anglia are generally higher than the rest of the UK.
Rural, urban and coastal lifestyle – Suffolk is famous for its rolling farmland, potted with small rural villages, but it also has a fantastic coastline and growing urban areas, such as Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich. Felixstowe is also one of the busiest ports in Europe, making Suffolk far from a rural backwater.
Good connections – Although not as well connected as some counties, Suffolk is still within striking distance of London, with regular trains from Ipswich taking around an hour. The A14 connects larger towns and cities, with Cambridge only a 30 minute drive from Bury St Edmunds.
History and culture – Suffolk is full of historic and cultural sites, including Sutton Hoo, a major Anglo-Saxon cemetery, Lavenham which boasts to be the best preserved medieval village in England and the Abbey in Bury St Edmunds, which dates back to the 16th century. If history is your thing, you’ll find plenty of it in Suffolk.