Every living creature needs some sort of home. Whether itís a bear in a cave, a monkey in a tree or a bird in a nest, everything has a place it belongs. A home is where we return to at the end of the day to avoid problems and relax. A place where we can put our lives on hold and take a quiet moment to ourselves. We go where our loved ones are who will listen to us and keep us company. No one should be without a home. Sometimes even we have a home it isnít what we want and so we consider a move.
When we first think about moving to our new home we think just about leaving our old life behind and starting a new one, but we have to remember the hard side of it. Before you can start the tasks you have to organise all your goods and obtain materials such as bubble wrap to enclose them to keep them safe and clean. Then you will need suitable containers to put everything in. Packing them inappropriately can cause things to be broken and you can injure yourself. Large items such as settees and washing machines can be a nightmare to get out of your home and before you can even take anything out of your home you need to have transport arranged and before that you need to have booked parking spaces
. Then you have to haul everything onto the lorries and off again when they arrive at your new address. Then you have to unpack and set everything up.
All this work can ruin the experience, but Man and Van that is should always be a pleasant event and so that is why with a call to us on 020 3743 9354
we can be around in no time to take care of your move. We can handle everything so all you have to do is sit back while we get to work. The average home can take a day or two to have fully packed and transported so the ordeal will be over in no time. We can offer a free quote immediately that will give you an idea of our prices and if you agree youíll find yourself with the best moving experience possible in or around Swiss Cottage.
Swiss Cottage is a district within the Borough of Camden. It is north west of Charing Cross and centred on the junction of Avenue Road and Finchley Road. Itís post code district is NW3, NW6 and NW8. It was originally a part of the Hampstead parish but in the 19th century is was expanded with the construction of Finchley New Road and Avenue Road. The Swiss Tavern was built at this time. In 197 the area was redeveloped and the Regency Flats and an Odeon Cinema were opened. At the conclusion of the Second World War, local authority housing was created by London County Council.
The area has train stations at Swiss Cottage and Finchley Road and acts as a hub for London buses to it is easy to travel in, out and around the area. The O2 Centre is located between Swiss Cottage, Hampstead and West Hampstead, and it includes many stores, restaurants, cafes as well as a cinema and health club. The area is notable for being the former residence of late football player, Justin Fashanu.
So if you feel that Swiss Cottage is where you belong then get in touch with Man and Van and weíll take you home.