Welcome To The Association Of Independent Movers

 

If you are moving home selecting a member of AIM will ensure your relocation will be as smooth as possible. You can rest assured you will be using a safe, trustworthy and legally compliant removal company with the additional back up of an independent complaint handling service in the unlikely event something goes wrong.

Consumer protection is provided by our Code Of Practice and membership criteria that all members must adhere to.

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All members must be able to provide client details for reviews left on this site and furthermore the AIM team monitor all such reviews in the interest of consumer satisfaction.

Members are checked on a yearly basis with random checks imposed throughout the year to ensure the highest levels of service are maintained at all times.

 

Aim is committed to providing the general public with details of removal companies they can trust. If you browse our members directory you can check the feedback from previous clients in the review section below the companies listing.


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” If you’re moving, look for the AIM logo. We and our members are here to help. Please do not hesitate to contact us for free impartial advice on all aspects of moving home. ”

 
 
 
 

AIM Award WinnersFOR OUR MEMBERS: the Association of Independent Movers is dedicated to improving standards within the industry. Therefore, if an applicant does not meet the required standard to join AIM, we will offer our help and support.

It is our intention to provide assistance – not barriers.

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Home 9th July 2013

Address:

The Association Of Independent Movers
Unit 4, Skills Centre,
Twickenham Trading Estate,
Rugby Road,
Twickenham,
TW1 1DG
Phone:0208 892 0369

Newsletter

COVID 19 Statement

The partial lock-down in the UK has led to many movers wondering if they are required to temporarily shut down their business.

Before you make a decision, please consider the following.

The lock-down is aimed primarily at non-essential retail and leisure in an attempt to slow the spread of the virus.

Transport and freight are considered essential.

See https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-guidance-on-freight-transport/covid-19-advice-for-the-freight-transport-industry

If you choose to continue working, there are a few steps you can take to reduce the risk of spreading the virus.

Follow the guidelines issued by the Government and instruct your staff to do likewise.

https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

For domestic removals, clean all door handles and handrails, etc at both premises with an appropriate sanitiser.
Frequently clean all equipment (including vehicle cab interiors) with soap and water or a sanitiser.
Only send the minimum number of staff required (usually 2) to complete the job.
Request from the customer that they ask family and friends to stay away during the move.
Ask the customer to keep their distance during the move.
Don’t do home-visit surveys. Conduct surveys over the phone or by video call.

AIM believes that you should avoid all unnecessary work, but carry out essential work if possible.

AIM can’t and won’t tell you whether you should close your business. That is your decision.