Nuneaton Removal Company
Nuneaton removal company. Local and long distance removals, Piano removals in Nuneaton and Storage in Nuneaton. First, we need to find out what is important to you and then provide a quotation that reflects this. We offer fast, free quotations, call one of our friendly removal experts for tips or advice regarding your Nuneaton removal.
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Who Are Henry & son – SJ Sharp Removals?
Henry & Son and and there subsidiary company SJ Sharp have been the numver one Nuneaton Removal Company since 1935. In that time the name SJ Sharp Removals has carried out thousands of Nuneaton Removals and now offer 24 hour Self Storage as well as house and office removals in Nuneaton. If you are moving home or putting belongings into storage, you have come to the right place. We handle anything from a single item to the contents of a large stately home. Our enviable reputation comes from a trusted, highly skilled team of professionals that constantly meet the high standards our customers expect for the Midlands premier moving company.
What Are Our Removals Like?
A brilliant experience at a competitive price, that is our promise. Once we find out what is important to you we can offer materials, packing and unpacking services, dismantling and rebuilding of furniture and garden items as well as the move itself.
We treat your possessions with the greatest of care and respect whether you are moving locally or internationally. You can have confidence in our services as we are fully compliant with BAR (British Association of Removers) standards – you can see what that means for yourself by viewing our code of practice.
It doesn’t matter if you’re only heading a few doors down the road or to the opposite end of the country, moving house can be a stressful experience and naturally, you’ll want to pick a company that you can entrust with overseeing the safe transit of your possessions. We have many years of experience in both local and national removals and have a wide range of removal packages available that can be customised to suit your needs.
If you are moving to Nuneaton from outside the area its woth noting that Nuneaton is a town in northern Warwickshire, England. The population in 2011 was 86,552, making it the largest town in Warwickshire and is jokingly referred to by locals as Sunny Nunny.
The author George Eliot was born on a farm on the Arbury Estate just outside Nuneaton in 1819 and lived in the town for much of her early life. Her novel Scenes of Clerical Life (1858) depicts Nuneaton. The Nuneaton built-up area, incorporating Nuneaton and the surrounding urban settlements, including the large villages of Hartshill and Bulkington, had a population of 92,968 at the 2011 census.
Moving To Nuneaton?
Nuneaton was originally an Anglo-Saxon settlement known as ‘Etone’ or ‘Eaton’, which translates literally as ‘settlement by water’. ‘Etone’ was listed in the Domesday Book as a small hamlet. The settlement gained its current name of Nuneaton in the mid-12th-century when a Benedictine Nunnery known as Nuneaton Priory (parts of which still exist) was established. Due to its transport links, Nuneaton is now largely a commuter town for nearby Coventry and Birmingham. MIRA, formerly the Motor Industry Research Association, is based on a disused wartime airfield on the A5, to the north of the town. One of the biggest developments in the town’s history, the multimillion-pound Rope Walk Shopping Centre, opened on 1 September 2005 in the hope that it will give the town extra income from the shopping.