House Removals Esher
Hire A Man And Van provide flexible, affordable and efficient house removal services in Esher.
Whether you have a single room / studio or live in a three bedroom house in Esher we can relocate you. Our house removals service suits those looking for an alternative to the large (and very expensive) removals firms.
If you have a lot of items to move and are unsure if we can handle the job please give us a call and we will tell you if we can help. Some of our customers often want an extra pair of hands on a bigger job and we are always happy to collaborate. It can work out more cost effective than adding on an additional removal lorry.
We normally charge by the hour or day but we can agree a list of items upfront and work on a fixed price basis. If you need extra help we can supply additional men and vehicles.
We do a lot of packing and moving in Esher, so we have picked up some tricks and tips to make everything run smoothly. As part of our house removal services, we can advise you on how to make your move run much smoother:
1. Organise your parking for the removal van.
2. Make your booking at least one week in advance.
3. Always supply as much information about the move as possible.
4. If you are unsure if all your furniture will fit in the van, ask for a bigger van, or a second van.
A little bit about Esher.
Esher is an outlying suburb of London, and with Esher Commons at its southern end, the town marks one limit of the Greater London Built-Up Area. Esher has a linear commercial high street and is otherwise suburban in density, with varying elevations, few high rise buildings and very short sections of dual carriageway within the ward itself. Esher covers a large area, between 13 and 15.4 miles southwest of Charing Cross. In the south it is bounded by the A3 Portsmouth Road which is of urban motorway standard and buffered by the Esher Commons.
Esher is bisected by the A307, historically the Portsmouth Road, which for approximately 1 mile (1.6 km) forms its high street. Esher railway station (served by the South West Main Line) connects the town to London Waterloo. Sandown Park Racecourse is in the town near the station.
In the south, Claremont Landscape Garden owned and managed by the National Trust, once belonged, as their British home, to Princess Charlotte and her husband Leopold I of Belgium. Accordingly, the town was selected to have a fountain by Queen Victoria and has an adjacent Diamond Jubilee column embossed with a relief of the monarch and topped by a statue of Britannia. Unite, the union, trains representatives at its Esher Place centre, and the town has the offices of Elmbridge Borough Council in its high street.