Removals Kirkcaldy

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    Moving with Us in 4 Easy Steps!

    1 Survey

    We feel it is important that you know exactly what your moving costs will be upfront with no nasty surprises.

    Our surveyor will conduct a detailed pre-move survey to ascertain the volume of effects being moved.

    The surveyor will either visit your home or conduct a video survey and note any items you want to transfer.

    There will also be an opportunity to discuss any special requirements or questions you may have.

    2 Quote

    Once the consultation has been carried out, a free no obligation written quotation will follow within 48 hours.

    Our quotation will outline exactly what is covered, as per your instructions and a price.

    If you are not quite at the stage of wanting to receive a home visit you can still take advantage of our Guesstimate tool.

    Just complete the quick estimate form on our website to get an approximate idea of the costs involved.

    3 Packing

    Having been specialists in removals for so long, we can assure you that there is nothing we have not moved before.

    You can rest assured that your personal belongings will be well protected and safe throughout the transportation process.

    When you choose the option of a full packing service, everything will be wrapped, packed and listed on a detailed inventory before being loaded onto the vehicle.

    A copy of the inventory will follow shortly after.

    4 Moving & Storage

    White & Company is also able to provide flexible storage solutions for all your needs.

    Whether that be storage while you have building works carried out on your new home or while you live in rented accommodation for a period of time.

    Whatever your storage needs may be we can help. We offer a range of different sized units with competitive prices, easy access in safe, dry and secure personally dedicated storage containers.

    Moving to Kirkcaldy? Get a Quick Quote

    Removals to Kirkcaldy

    Are you looking to relocate to Kirkcaldy? Moving home is not something we do on a regular basis with there often being a few years between each move.

    As such, we can often lose sight of the number of belongings we accumulate on the way and come time to relocate there is lots to organise.

    This is where enlisting the services of a reliable removals company is crucial. White & Company are a family-owned business with over 151 years’ servicing the Kirkcaldy community.

    We offer a tailor made, reliable and professional service at a competitive price. Our trained crews have tackled all sorts of challenges and can wrap, pack and transport your personal belongings with minimum fuss and delay.

    Should you require it, White & Company can offer storage of some or all of your effects also. We have 19 storage facilities across the UK, offering clean, modern, easily accessible storage provision.

    We serve many towns around Kirkcaldy. To find out more about how we can get your dream move underway don’t hesitate to give us a call today for a free home survey and quotation.

    About White & Company

    White & Company has 19 branches located across the UK from the Channel Islands to Scotland and a network of industry partners. This extensive relocation network allows us to provide the perfect removal solutions no matter where you’re moving.

    Through hard work, commitment and excellent service, we are now one of the industry’s largest removal companies. We have 265 specialist vehicles, full trained and security cleared removals staff and 19 storage locations across the UK.

    Why Move to Kirkcaldy

    Kirkcaldy is the largest town in Fife. It sits on a curve of sandy coastline overlooking the mouth of the Forth estuary. The distant skyline of Scotland’s capital city Edinburgh is visible from the town, and it is the perfect starting point for exploring the beautiful surrounding area.

    The towns striking sweeping bay, the craggy castle at Ravenscraig, being a commutable position to Edinburgh, only 30 miles away, and the prettiest stretch of the Fife coast, makes Kirkcaldy a desirable location in which to live.

    Historically, Kirkcaldy was an important industrial hub, expanding out from its harbour to the north and east. It would become prominent in the manufacture of linoleum – which, for many years, gave the town a distinctive smell.

    Residents have an array of facilities available to them. Two excellent retail areas, two beautiful parks and a fine art gallery. Kirkcaldy is immensely proud of its local leisure centre. Situated right on the beach, it enjoys exceptional seafront views, the centre’s 70-station gym and its 25-metre six-lane swimming and training pool are always busy.

    Living in the town means that there are lots of things to do nearby. The beaches of Kinghorn, Burntisland and Aberdour are just a short distance and local historical sites will satisfy the curiosity of most history lovers. Providing all you could ever need, Kirkcaldy has become a prime location for business, culture, leisure, and residence.

    Schools & Education

    Moving home is a stressful business and this stress is magnified if you are relocating with children.

    You will want to ensure that wherever you choose to move to there are adequate and local educational facilities available.

    Education in Scotland is overseen by the Scottish Government and has a history of universal provision of public education, and the Scottish education system is distinctly different from those in the other countries of the United Kingdom.

    If you are not familiar with the Scottish education system, you can find out more by visiting the Scottish Schools Online website.

    Kirkcaldy presents its residents with a good choice of schools; it has four secondary schools and eleven primary schools. Other educational facilities include a private school and a school for children with learning difficulties.

    Three of the closest primaries to the centre of town are Dunnikier Primary School, Kirkcaldy North, and Valley Primary.

    Primary school leavers filter into one of the four following state secondaries: Kirkcaldy High School, Balwearie High School, Viewforth High School and St Andrew’s (RC) High School.

    Further education is provided by Fife College who have their main campus in the town. A large college with 6,000 full time and 14,000 part time students.

    The college has a wide range of inspirational learning experiences from essential skills to graduate degree programmes available.

    Things to do in Kirkcaldy

    The local area of Kirkcaldy certainly offers those who live here a huge range of things to do.

    Here is just a small selection of what you can expect if you are new to the area:

    There are several shopping areas but the two main ones being the town centre (consisting of the High Street and adjoining shopping centres) and the Fife Central Retail Park.

    Local parks include Beveridge Park. It has formal gardens, play and skate facilities, woodland walks, a duck pond where boating is available and sporting facilities.

    Dunnikier Park facilities include, play equipment, skate ramps and numerous woodland walks within the surrounding area.

    A day by the sea is a great way to spend time. Several beaches are available nearby including Linktown Beach. Made up of sand and shingle, it stretches south from Port Brae in Kirkcaldy, on the north bank of the Firth of Forth. The Port Brae end of the beach has a dock with a number of piers. The esplanade offers views of Edinburgh. Plus, a leisure centre and plenty of shops.

    The Fife Coast Path runs along Linktown Beach, it is a wonderful route. The path is naturally split into sections allowing both short-distance and long-distance walkers to enjoy exploring the beautiful coastline of Fife. In places, the tide goes out more than a quarter of a mile leaving stunning swathes of Golden sand.

    Kirkcaldy Museum, Art Gallery & Library – A cultural hub, it offers visitors the opportunity to learn more about local history. It houses a cafe, gift shop and children’s areas – all under one roof and with FREE admission.

    Property prices


    Kirkcaldy boasts a diverse range of properties.


    From post war, suburban, Victorian villas, coast and countryside, Kirkcaldy is bursting with plenty of different styles of homes.


    Properties are also pitched at superb prices too with the current average value paid being just £156,115.


    House prices begin at £50,000 for a one-bedroom property and rise to £440,000, the most expensive property for sale in the town.


    You can easily bag a bargain such as a four-bedroom traditional semi-detached villa which retains many original features and is situated in a prime central location for sale for offers over £206,000.


    Not only does the local housing market offer characterful old properties, but Kirkcaldy also has several new build locations as well.

    Barratt Homes are in the middle of building several homes on its Kingslaw Gait site.


    Its range of 3- and 4-bedroom homes are perfect for growing families and those looking to take the next step onto the property ladder. Prices start from £239,995 for a three-bed house.


    For further details visit Barratt Homes.

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