It goes without saying that moving is going to be emotional. After all, you are packing up memories as well as possessions, and leaving behind a shell where you once had a home. But, when you talk to friends and relatives it tends to be something else that they focus on. They talk about the stress. They talk about the anxiety that comes with placing the things you love in the hands of total strangers and wondering about the value you are getting from your chosen removal company.
At Man and Van we understand these anxieties because we have been doing this stuff for years. We know everything there is to know about the whole process and more than that, we know Oxhey and Carpenders Park like the back of our hand. We don’t just show up on the day, we are with you from the start, helping you plan your move and conducting an assessment to ensure that you aren’t charged for van space or removal experts that you won’t use. Not only that, to help keep the stress to an absolute minimum we will even come round to your house and help you pack, and even help to empty the boxes after we have safely transported them to your new home, whether you are heading into or away from WD19.
Oxhey is a small suburb of Watford in the county of Hertfordshire which sprang into life after the arrival of the London and Birmingham Raliway in 1837. The small town was used as a base for many of the rail workers who were powering the industrial revolution and after the line was completed in 1838, many of them stayed in the area, along with their families.
South Oxhey is a larger estate, built on part of what used to make up the Oxhey Hall estate. The manor house was owned by the Blackwell family but it burned down in 1960. The estate is largely made up of council owned properties, although many of the locals have since bought their properties off the council since the 1980 Right to Buy policy. As a result, like the other nearby estates which have always been in private ownership, the majority of houses are no longer in the possession of the local government. Like South Oxey, Carpenders Park also takes its name from the old estate it was built on. The buildings are mostly from the 30s and 50s but it was significantly expanded in the 60 and famous ventriloquist to the stars Roger DeCourcey lived here in the 1970s.
We do have one little favour to ask, but it isn’t much we promise!. As you may know, the parking in WD19 is controlled by your local authorities in Three Rivers, so in order to ensure that we are nice and close to your front door on moving day, click on this link to be transported to the relevant website. By following the onscreen instructions you can guarantee that you are going to get the fastest and most accident free removal service available in WD19 and much further afield!. Give us a ring today on 020 3743 9354, we can’t wait to take your call!