All of us at some point in life will move house. When it’s your turn, you can either try and do it all yourself, or do the smart thing and get the help of trained and experienced removal workers who will make life so much easier for you!.
Man and Van is a removal company based in the CM14 postal region. Our removal staff are highly efficient and trained, and will move your personal belongings, furniture and appliances quickly and safely. We are capable of handling the heaviest wardrobes and the most delicate china collections and our workers are very careful to ensure that fragile items are carefully packaged and safely stacked, and that your heavier goods are transported safely and sensibly.
We offer a bespoke service and can accommodate your every need. If you need to move house at a weekend, or in an evening, we can come to you whenever is convenient and will strive to make sure that the process does not inconvenience you. We will also be sure to deploy the correct vehicle and an appropriate number of removal staff so that we are not over-subscribed and to ensure that you are charged fairly.
If you require help with packing or unpacking, then we are able to provide these services to you, and if you are in need of help dismantling bigger items then we can do this, along with the reassembly. We are able to assist home owners, landlords, tenants, students and commercial enterprises and that is why we also offer courier and light haulage services to those who need assistance with smaller jobs. No delivery job is too minor or major for us, and no destination is too far for us to go!.
Our removal company serves the CM14 postal area, which includes the whole of Brentwood, Essex, home to Brentwood School – an independent school with many famous pupils including television presenter Sir Robin Day, TV personality Noel Edmunds, footballer Frank Lampard and the model Jodie Marsh.
Brentwood the town was famous for its role in the origins of the Peasants’ Revolt, and also as a place of refuge for Thomas a Becket – the Archbishop murdered by the King’s Knights in the 12th Century. The ruins of Thomas a Becket’s chapel are still present in the town centre. The town was also strategically important during the time of the Spanish Armada – it was a base for British troops and its continued importance in this respect perhaps explains why it was bombed heavily by the Germans!.
For local culture and entertainment, the Brentwood Theatre and The Hermitage are popular venues for evenings out, and the town benefits from a great deal of open space and greenery – the King George V Playing Field is more glamorous than it sounds and Weald Country Park is another popular destination for day trippers.
If you are moving in or around Brentwood then contact us for a prompt and reliable removal service.