Removals - Storage - House Clearance - Darlington

We're proud to serve our community in the town of Darlington and the surrounding villages. It is common to sight the Ingram's distinctive liveried wagon's from our extensive fleet going round the town.

Our local communities include: Darlington, Burtree Gate, Beaumont Hill, Barmpton, Little Burdon, Great Burdon, Sadberge, Haoughton le Skerne, Eastbourne, Firthmoor, Blackwell, Cockerton, Mowden, West Park, Low Coniscliffe, Howden Hill, Cleasby, Stapleton, Hurworth Moor, Middleton St George, Middleton One Row, Little Stainton, Great Stainton, Bishopton, Long Newton, ...

  • What is Darlington Famous For...?

    Darlington has a long history stretching back to medieval times.

    Local sites of historical interest include Walworth Castle and St Cuthbert’s Church.

    Other notable places, events and organisations from around the area include Darlington Hippodrome, Crown Street Library, South Park and Market Hall/Clock Tower.

  • What is there To Do in Darlington...?

    Local tourist attractions and events include ParkRun, part of the national rail colllction at Head of Steam Darlington Railway Museum, The Darlington Brick Train, motorsport action at Croft Circuit and Walworth Castle Birds of Prey.

    There are extensive walking and cycling routes throughout the area includign the West Cemetery self-guided walk.

  • Moving to/from Darlington?

    If you should wish to enquire about how our local knowledge and expertise can assist you in your Darlington move then please do contact us. Below are comments from customers and news of Ingram's operating in and around town.

  • Home Removals in Darlington

    We are continuously carrying out jobs in the local area - where we are known and respected for our commitment and care.

    Darlington is a bustling large market town.

  • Containerised Storage Darlington

    We currently retain warehouses that contain containerised storage of goods - ensuring that customer's effects are kept in the best possible condition.

    Ingram's differ from local self-storage companies in that they provide a personal service, expert packing and handling, collection and delivery of goods. Full inventories are carried out for insurance purposes.

  • Office Removals in Darlington

    Our services are in demand by local businesses and organisations. As well as holding contracts with NHS and Council departments, Ingram's also deal extensively with various local organisations to assist with their ever changing needs for properties and equipment.

  • Archive Storage in Darlington

    Businesses and organisations are constantly growing and changing - one things that does not seem to change is the ever growing mountains of paperwork that is being produced - with the need to store them in local facilities.

    We offer flexible and convenient archive/document storage facilities at our warehouses near to Darlington. Delivery and Collection services are offered to our clients - as well as.

  • Deceased Estate & House Clearance in Darlington

    Ingram's specialise in full site clearances - every item can be removed, leaving properties in 'broom clean' condition. We can arrange to take goods to appropriate auctions; should you decide to keep items then these can be moved to any locations in the UK. As licensed waste carriers, Ingram's are equipped to dispose of all materials that cannot be sold or redistributed.

Customer Comments and News - Darlington

Ingram's show their versatility during a complex removal - Kings Head Hotel (Darlington)

Commercial Removal - Fire Escape at Kings Head HotelCommercial Removal - Complex lifting procedures down the fire escape

Ingram's move Bannatyne's

2 of Ingram's 2,000 cubic foot fully equipped removal vehicles outside Bannatyne's new premises in Darlington, Co Durham.94 staff at Bannatyne Fitness Limited relocated from their Houghton Road, Darlington to state-of-the-art new premises situtated within 150 metres of the old head offices. Kevin Pedelty lead a team of 14 staff accompanied by 4 wagons over 8 days to carry out the move from 13th to 20th August. Working off carefully prepared floor plans, the move included Ingram's staff packing and unpacking 600 crates and carrying out all P.C. disconnections & reconnections.

Christopher Pears Ingram's I.T. operative reconnecting P.C's at the new premisesKevin Pedelty - Team Leader on the moveOne important aspect of the contract was the precise timing of Bannatyne's national call centre move, with the office contents requiring packing and moving late on the Friday afternoon, with unpacking and office furniture placed in the correct positions over the weekend using floor plans, ready for the national call centre to be fully operational and functional for the following Monday morning.

The I.T. specification was planned by John Nightingale (Turbine IT Ltd) and implemented by Stuart Smith alongside Ingram's I.T. operative Christopher Pears.

Chairman of the Board - Duncan BannatynePicture of quilted door and door frame coversChristopher Pears and John Simpson  photographed towards the end of the moveAt Bannatyne's new premises, specialised quilted padded door covers were used to protect all doors and door frames with the new access lift fully protected again using padded quilts to prevent any potential damage.

Upon completion of the move Bannatyne's Project Manager Mark Thornhill was highly delighted with the service given: "Ingrams constantly put me totally at ease with the logistical challenges moving from our old head office building to our new corporate space in Darlington. The planning and quality of staff were excellent and we would have no hesitation in recommending them to others. Nothing was too much trouble."

Duncan Bannatyne OBE D.Sc DBA commented: "I would highly recommend Ingram's Removals, I have used them on a domestic and commercial basis and they offer the best service by far. Malcolm and his staff are very professional, helpful, courteous and extremely hard working. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Malcolm and his staff for the exceptional service they provided on my latest move."

Lisa-Anne Ferguson - County Durham & Darlington NHS Foundation Trust

Ingram's Removals provide a unique service for the Osteoporosis Team. Your attentuion to detail and the added personal touch from good communications with Malcolm, ensures that the service runs smoothly.

Darlington railway station - Piano donation

A piano has been installed in Darlington railway station for commuters who want to tickle the ivories while waiting for the train. Malcolm Ingram, of Ingram's Removals, donated the Hemingway piano after one of his customers no longer had space for it. With the help of Gavin Atkins and Philip Stokes (with his guide dog Winter), they dusted off and fine-tuned the instrument. David Keech stated, "We are delighted to receive this fabulous piano. We invite customers to Darlington to have a go next time they visit the station. The piano creates a fantastic atmosphere so our thanks go to Ingram's and also to the original owners for the kind donation." Malcolm Ingram came up with the idea after he was inspired by talented commuters in a St Pancras television documentary.

Malcolm Ingram with piano tuner Philip Stokes

Brian Lawrence - Darlington to Middleton-St-George

I wanted to thank you for coming to our rescue on the day of our move - Thursday 24th January - after we were let down by (name supplied) Removals. As you know, moving house is a very stressful occasion and we were stressed even more on the morning of the move when (name supplied) called at 07:30 to inform us that he couldn't fulfil his contract because of staff illness. He actually asked us if we could 'wait' until the following Saturday ! Unbelievable.

Fortunately the two gentlemen you sent to help us out, Kevin and Simo were absolutely brilliant. They were very professional, courteous, considerate and obliging. nothing was too much trouble for them and they handled our belongings with the greatest of care. We were so pleased that what started out as an early morning 'nightmare', turned out to be the best removal day that my partner Carol and I have experienced.

Our stay at this address will be a temporary one, possibly six months or so, and when it's time to move again I will not hesitate to use Ingram's. Once again, many thanks to all concerned.

Nick and Sue Cooke - Newton Aycliffe to Darlington

Just a note to say thank you and your team for the house move you carried out for us. We were very happy with the quote, having used your services before. And with the packing boxes you supplied prior to the move. The three lads who actually carried out the move were excellent/friendly, professional, hard working and nothing was too much trouble. I would be happy to recommend Ingram's Removals.

Keep on Running

Ingram’s Removals & Storage feature on Darlington continued .... Malcolm Ingram (left) photoed with Peter Barron (Former Northern Echo editor, now Media Guru) at The 5k Park Run at South Park, Darlington.

Darlington ParkRun with Malcolm Ingram and Peter Barron

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