Man and van SM2, SM7, Cuddington
If you want to organise the pick-up and/or delivery of certain goods or personal items, and ensure everything is done properly, without risk of damage or delays then by all means use our specialised man and van in Cuddington. The service is available to all customers throughout the SM2 and SM7 areas, seven days a week, under flexible hours. Our courteous and diligent van drivers and their assistants will help you with packing, securing, loading and unloading of your items. We cover a wide variety of service requirements for both private and business purposes:
|Relocation of single items and high value belongings (appliances, furniture, artwork, antiques etc.);|
|Student relocations and partial property removals (removal of contents for one, two rooms);
|Pick-up and delivery of internet order items and store purchases;
|Fixed schedule/one-off pick-up and delivery for commercial or residential customers;
|Business 2 business / business 2 customer deliveries also private order deliveries to specific address;
Our specialised van hire in Cuddington is the cost effective option you need. Our rates are moderate making the service genuine value for money.
Hire 1 van and 1 driver for £30 an hour, with a 2 hour booking minimum. Or, hire 1 van and 3 men team for £65 an hour, again a 2 hour booking minimum applies.
Professional grade removal vans
We also offer SM7 and SM9 based customers access to professional grade property moving services in Cuddington. We will expertly cover all stages of the man and van removal in London, including prep work. The company works with qualified professional movers and maintains a fleet of purpose-built removal vehicles of different size and load capacity. Onsite quotations and flexible pricing are available to all customers.
The company offers cost effective, convenient storage solutions on short and long term basis, speak to our consultants for more information on storage options we provide.
It is believed that origins of the somewhat exclusive Cuddington area near the border with Surrey date back to the eighth century, when it was a Saxon settlement. In the fifteen hundreds, Cuddington had its own church, a manor house, and a handful of productive farms. Unfortunately for locals, Henry VIII decided to commission the land, obliterate all buildings and to construct himself Nonsuch Palace. The lord of the manor was compensated though the area’s development and history was changed forever.