COVERING CENTRAL LONDON FOR ALL CLIENTS, OUTER LONDON FOR PRE-BOOKINGS / LARGER ORDERS AND ACCOUNT CLIENTS ONLY
Since 1993, Icebox has been leading the way in bag ice delivery service. We are the premium suppliers of cubed ice, crushed ice, dry ice and all speciality ice and London’s Hospitality industry has been enjoying our service for some time.
We have a small fleet of vans that deliver 7days a week, from 8am until past peoples bed time. For our regular customers we can cover the whole of London and beyond, we have even delivered ice cubes to France and Japan! However, to allow us to keep our reputation of the best ice service in London, our focus is very much on Central London, especially for first timers and one offs so please do be understanding if we have to decline to serve you.
In the early 1800s, ice harvesting as an industry took hold as horse-drawn ice cutters pulled thick blocks of ice from frozen lakes for use in insulated ice houses and cellars
Ice covers about 10% of the earths land mass and about 7% of its oceans
Ice is created when water gets below 32 degrees Fahrenheit and it freezes
The different types of ice are classified by their density. There are 16 types of ice
Glaciers are huge masses of ice that 'flow' like very slow rivers. They form over hundreds of years where fallen snow compresses and turns into ice
Hot water freezes faster than cold water. This is known as the Mpemba Effect, and no-one knows why it happens
We’ve been leading the way in the global & UK ice carving industry since 1993. Our ice sculptors push the boundaries of what’s possible. We’ve suspended working electric lights in ice, carved ice chandeliers, ice cars, permanent and semi-permanent pop-up ice installations and beyond. We thrive on providing creative, innovative solutions to a client’s needs and managing complex logistics and crazy deadlines.
Since 1993 we have received multiple awards recognising our talent across the event and ice carving industry. Icebox has featured heavily in the International and UK press and TV; the chances are if you have seen an ice sculpture in your life, it is most likely one of ours!