Does everyone tell you that moving has to be stressful?. That there is no way of avoiding the fact that you are going to fall out with your loved ones and run on a short fuse. They aren’t exactly lying, because for most people, this is exactly the sort of moving experience they get, but it certainly doesn’t have to be this way. We have developed a business model to try and minimise the stress, taking care of the little details that build up until eventually, one straw breaks the camel’s back.
At Man and Van we pride ourselves in our start to finish service. For most companies, the start is picking up the boxes and the finish is as soon as they have been dropped off. Not for us. Our start is several days before you move, performing an assessment to ensure that all the planning is in hand and you are getting the best service for the best price. We can tell you where the best packing materials are, the ones that we in the industry use, and once you have your boxes we’ll even help you pack them up if you want us to. We can even stick around for a couple of days to unpack with you. So if you want a brand new style of service then give us a ring on 020 3743 9354 today.
GU15 covers Camberley, Old Dean The Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst in Surrey Heath and Bracknell Forest. Camberley is a town in Surrey close to the borders with Hampshire and Berkshire. Until the 19th century it was known as Bagshot Heath and was the prime hunting ground for a variety of highwaymen. As a sandy area it was unsuitable for farming so it wasn’t until the 19th century that this area really took off. En Sandhurst first was formed in 1812 it breathed life into this area as it was built around the armed forces. In more recent times it has become famous for motorcycle scrambling events on Camberley Heath, as the sandy, uneven terrain is ideal for testing the very best bike rides in the world.
Old Dean has a much more modern history. It was build in the 1950s to rehouse residents of Surrey who had suffered terribly in the bombing raids conducted by the Germans. Latterly it has become an overflow area for London, which explains why many of the roads have been named after London boroughs such as Kingston and Wimbledon.
The Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst also falls into this postcode area and has become famous as the breeding ground for some of the country’s top military leaders. Princes and future kings not only from our Royal Family but also from the royal households around the world have all passed through here, along with actors and musicians like David Niven and James Blunt. The Academy has been a tremendous servant to our country and is rightly held in the very highest regard as a finishing school for the military elite.
Once you have got in touch with us on 020 3743 9354 we only ask one favour of you before we start taking the strain. Parking in the area is regulated by the Bracknell Forest local authority and in order to ensure that we can be as close to your home as possible to ensure maximum efficiency and safety for your possessions, follow this link to get in touch with them and follow the on screen instructions to book us a spot on your street. After that, we are at your beck and call so use us for anything; no detail is too small.