House removals and office relocation Birmingham

Looking for assistance with moving house or relocating your business?

We have been providing removals to and from Birmingham for over 35 years

House Removals Packing Boxes
Peter Maskell Removals are a family-run business with over 35 years experience in household and business removals.

Whatever your needs, call Peter Maskell Removals & Storage

We pride ourselves on delivering top quality service to all our customers moving home or business, and are proud of the recommendations we receive. If you are worried about your belongings making it safely to their new home, you can trust us to get them there in one piece.

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Office Relocations

Office Relocations

We offer site to site relocation of business stock, office equipment, furnishings and documents in secure containers.

Professional Packing

Home & Office Clearance

Peter Maskell are registered waste carriers and can offer full office and home clearance.

Packing Crate Hire Halesowen

Packing Crate Hire

We have a range of heavy duty packing crates for hire. Available in three sizes up to 165 litre capacity.

Packaging Materials

Packing Materials

We stock a wide range of packing materials, such as boxes, tape, mattress covers and bubble wrap.

Professional Packing

Professional Packing

Why not take advantage of our professional packing service to help take the stress out of your move.

Piano Removals

Piano Removals

Peter Maskell specialise in the transport of pianos all over the UK by our fully trained and experienced staff.

Call today on 0121 550 2991 see what we can do for you

House Removals West Midlands

Peter Maskell Removals & Storage

Unit 1, Block 4, Shenstone Trading Estate
Bromsgrove Road
West Midlands
B63 3XB

Tel: 0121 550 2991
Mobile: 07850 827 771


Birmingham as a settlement dates from the Anglo-Saxon era. The city’s name comes from the Old English Beormingahām, meaning the home or settlement of the Beormingas – indicating that Birmingham was established in the 6th or early 7th century as the primary settlement of an Anglian tribal grouping and regio of that name. Despite this early importance, by the time of the Domesday Book of 1086 the manor of Birmingham was one of the poorest and least populated in Warwickshire, valued at only 20 shillings,[28] with the area of the modern city divided between the counties of Warwickshire, Staffordshire and Worcestershire.

The development of Birmingham into a significant urban and commercial centre began in 1166, when the Lord of the Manor Peter de Bermingham obtained a charter to hold a market at his castle, and followed this with the creation of a planned market town and seigneurial borough within his demesne or manorial estate, around the site that became the Bull Ring. (Source: Wikipedia)