Moving house is more than just switching one place of residence for another. There is a symbolic value to it that represents the next milestone on the road of life. With this is mind, Man and Van strives to make it as unproblematic as possible by aiding you in the moving process. You should be able to enjoy the feeling of opening a new chapter in your life and not have to worry about how you are going to get all that heavy furniture out of one house and into the other. Peoples’ possessions regularly get damaged during the moving process because things are too heavy or seem to not fit through doors etc. But if you use our company, because of our wealth of experience in the removal business, you will find your possessions in exactly the same state when they arrive at your new home as when they left the old one. Rather than make the awkward phone call to try and recruit family and friends for the job why not just get in touch with us on 020 3743 9354 and we will offer you an extremely affordable service that means you won’t owe anybody any favours!
The WD17 postcode area, a part of the Watford postcode, consists of Watford town centre, Cassiobury and Nascot Wood.
Watford itself is a town in Hertfordshire, located roughly 18 miles northwest of central London. As the name suggests, Watford used to be a ford where travellers would cross the River Colne between London and the Midlands. It is generally accepted, like many sites of occupation in England, to derive from a Saxon settlement as it was mentioned n the Anglo-Saxon Charter of 1007. Traditionally it was an agricultural community but its position on the river allowed it to grow through time and when the industrial revolution brought the Grand Union Canal and the London and Birmingham Railway Watford became an excellent centre of communications. This facilitated and stimulated its industrial growth through the 19th and 20th centuries. It continues to have fantastic transport facilities, especially the twenty kilometres of cycle routes around the town that avoid busy roads. There is a proportionally large amount of people who cycle to work in Oxford compared to neighbouring towns in Hertfordshire. Roads, Buses and Rail networks are also very highly developed and accessible in the area.
There are many places of interest in the Watford area, such as Cassiobury Park. It boasts 190 acres of open land. The park was recognised as one of the best green spaces in the country when it won the Green Flag award in 2007: facilities in the park include a children’s play area, a mini train track, play equipment, a paddling pool, a bouncy castle and food and drink based amenities. The canal also passes through the park making it a beautifully scenic place to spend your time.
As well as the park, there is Watford Colosseum, originally known the Town Hall Assembly Rooms. The Colosseum has played host to some astounding musical events, such as the recording of the Lord of the Rings soundtrack, the Star Wars Trilogies soundtracks and the music to Sleep Hollow.
For people planning on moving house in the WD17 area, then we are the only company you need to know. We can take the cumbersome burden of moving, and all it entails, off your back and onto ours. One phone call to 020 3743 9354 will eradicate the expected displeasures of moving and make it a thoroughly palatable experience.