Is it time for a relocation of your home or office?. Your local BA2 moving company will assist you so that everything will run by smoothly. Some of the BA2 moving companies will only help you with the carrying and transporting, but Man and Van will take extra god care of you and your belongings. Just give us a call and we will come down for a visit and have a look at both the old and new home so that we can calculate a moving schedule and how many boxes we will have to use and how big a vehicle we will need; this so that the moving can go by as fast as possible. Your interests come first and we will do everything in our power to make moving day a happy memory. It is only successful for us if you are happy, so we will manage all furniture with great care and pack all the items smart with the more fragile ones separated from the heavier ones. Every step of the way is completed with great professionalism and quality, unlike if you were to do everything yourself. Man and Van contains with only experienced movers and man with vans, so if you have never moved before, it might be worth hiring us. We only use up to date vehicles and equipment that are both easy and ecofriendly. We will do both short and long distance removals; we are always on time and will be friendly to you. You do not want to work together with sourpusses. Our goal is to make this experience a happy one for you and your family. We have everything that you need. Call us on 020 3743 9354 today and get all the information that you need; this to make this moving day stress free.
The postcode area BA is also known as the Bath Postcode Area which is a gathering of districts around this particular area. The containing towns and districts are Bath, Templecombe, Bradford on Avon, Warminster, Bruton, Wells, Castle Cary, Frome, Glastonbury, Yeovil, Radstock, Wincanton, Shepton Mallet, Street, Trowbridge and Westbury. The coverage is BA1-16 and BA20-22.
The postcode that we are interested in here is BA2, the city of Bath located in the ceremonial county of Somerset or Bath south of the Avon. It is about 97 miles from London city from here and about 13 miles to Bristol; it has a population of about 83.992 and was granted ity status by Queen Elizabeth I in 1590. It was made a county borough in 1889; this gave it the administrative independence from the county of Somerset and became part of the county of Avon in its founding in 1974. The name bath came from the simple reason that it used to be a Roman spa named Aquae Sulis. Here they built several baths and a temple on the hills that surrounds Bath. This city became – much later – a spa town, during the Georgian era and much Georgian heritage remains here. The King of England, Edgar was crowned here in 973 at Bath Abbey. Bath has a lot of museums and theatres which brings around 3.8 million day visitors a year to Bath. The city of Bath and its spa temple was in 1987 scrolled as one of the World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.
So if you are moving to this fine town, make sure that you check out the parking regulations for vehicles, since we will most likely take up some space and do not want to block traffic.