I heartily recommend D.Durrant Removals. Their service to me was outstanding. I got their name from a Google search and rang several local firms on the list for quotes but many of them either offered an online quote or didn't even return my call. However, from my very first telephone call to D.Durrant's (the phone was actually answered by a real person in a very bright manner!) right through to the move itself they gave me a personal service, remembering the special details of the requirements of the move and giving me confidence that they knew what they were doing and could be trusted. I was organising to move my disabled elderly brother with dementia who had been living in his cluttered & dirty park home for over thirty years & did not understand why he had to move. He was going round the corner to a smaller but newer property and we were only taking selected furniture & contents that were special to him & wanted to arrange the rooms in a similar layout to help him with the transition. Jason met me to do the quote & assured me this was the kind of job they often did so he understood my needs. Steve & Martin were the removal men on the day & they were superb, often reminding me that they wanted to make the move easier for me so nothing was too much trouble for them. They bought a small van so there was no access issues (Phew!!) & as the move was so close they intended to do two runs. This was brilliant as I could leave my brother in bed while the rest of the home was moved. We were able to set up his lounge ready for his arrival. They treated my brother with respect & patience, even reassuring him as we physically moved him from one home to the other in the middle of the move. While he was being settled in we returned to the bedroom to select what was going from there. Everyone I had contact with from D.Durrant's contributed to make a very stressful move manageable & their supportive attitude took a big weight from my shoulders during the day. I can warmly recommend them to anyone who needs to move a vulnerable adult from a badly kept home & who wants to be treated with respect, courtesy and awareness of the needs, ensuring the personal touch.