The chore that is moving is much like a dentist appointment. No one likes it but after it’s over, you’re certainly happy you did it. A moving company can make or break a trip, pun very much intended. Few cities in all of Canada offer the robust mix of culture, nature, entertainment, leisure, and schooling that London Ontario does. So to ease the burden of getting here to enjoy all that, we’ve consolidated all the moving tips, tricks, and important facts into a single posting. Enjoy!
Pre-London Move; Who to use?
RJ’s Movers has been at it since 1970, and they’ve developed their sterling reputation by remaining relatively independent, personable, and extremely reliable. Whomever you end up giving your business to, just be sure to take advantage of RJ’s packing tips on their website!
Two Men and a Truck is another fantastic option, with high referral rates for both local and long-distance moves (for those moves, they also guarantee a specific arrival date & time – not the case for all companies!).
Campbell Brothers is London Ontario’s oldest moving company, giving people and businesses fresh starts for over a century. They offer a wide range of specific services from pianos to libraries, and have a simple, easy quoting system on their website so you know what you can expect fee-wise.
SS&D provides professional moving services as well as an option for storage. They have seasoned, experienced movers which help ease the burden of moving. With a 4.9 out of 5 rating on Google, you can be confident they will get the job done.
Schools in London, Ontario
There are dozens of prestigious schools across London Ontario, so we’re just going to make it quick with some links and where in London they are located.
University Heights Public School (NW London, by UWO)
John Dearness Public School (West London by Oakride)
Lord Nelson Public School (East London by Argyle)
St. Catherine of Siena Catholic School (North London by Masonville)
St. Anthony French Immersion Catholic School (South London by White Oaks)
B. Davison Secondary School (Just SE of downtown London)
Blyth Academy (Downtown London)
Neighbourhoods in London, Ontario
It feels as though for every distinguished school across London Ontario, there is a distinguished neighbourhood. If you prefer being a part of larger ones, you could venture east to Argyle, and just a bit north of that Huron Heights offers ample schools, shopping, and parks. Masonville in Northwest London is one of the city’s largest commercial and residential areas. If you lean more intimate or historic, be sure to consider Blackfriars which runs along the Thames River toward downtown, Broughdale by UWO, or Longwoods which is a recently developed subdivision in South London. Two neighbourhoods in particular are showcasing some exquisite work by custom home builders, Forever Homes. The first is Byron, located in the southwest, where a small-town feel permeates the relatively large yet tremendously friendly community. The average sale price of a home in Byron hovers are $575,000 while condominiums average out to $350,000. Outdoor activities, shopping sprees waiting to happen, and prestigious schools are all within earshot Byron.
The second neighbourhood experiencing growth from numerous projects by Forever Homes, is Creekview. It is a relatively new subdivision belonging to northwest London. It offers a plethora of gorgeous single-family homes nestled between top-tier entertainment, food, and schools. Be sure to peruse the brand new Forever Homes Creekview Phase 2 units! With 30 constructed for this burgeoning community, demand will surely be high. Units start around $600,000 and range from 2400 to 3300 square feet.
Not seeing a home that meets your needs?
Call or Text Team Forster 519-851-2844 for more information about moving to London, Ontario!