No, we do not sell furniture but we definitely are good with them. We handle them with tender loving care and treat them just like our own. We know just how much attention delicate furniture pieces need so our professional removalists have been highly-trained in this area of expertise to move your furniture safely without a scratch from one place to another. Simply let us know of the special requirements that you need and we will be on our way.
We would like to work hand-in-hand with you to lighten your inventory issues. We have ready storage units designated for our corporate clients who need that additional storage space for merchandises or even to act as a store room especially for archiving purposes. Regardless of your business needs, we are always ready to open up a unit especially for your business purposes. Depending on the size of the unit, our prices are only the best in the market.
Halifax Street is a street in the south-eastern sector of the centre of Adelaide, South Australia. It was named after Sir Charles Wood (later Charles Wood, 1st Viscount Halifax), British Member of Parliament for Halifax. A local landmark, this 35-metre chimney on Halifax Street was built in 1909 and is what remains of a refuse incinerator that consumed the bulk of the city’s rubbish until its closure in the early 1950s.
Halifax Street is one of the intermediate-width streets of the Adelaide grid, at 1 1⁄2 chains wide.
Circa 1844 Halifax Street became the location of one of Adelaide’s first breweries, founded by William Henry Clark who later built a flour mill. The brewery and mill were sited between Halifax and Gilles streets which housed Adelaide’s rubbish incinerator.