Removals Company in Reigate (RH2)
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About WH Cox Reigate Removals Services
Moving to Reigate, or leaving it for pastures new…whatever the case, we can move you better than the rest. We’ve been doing it for nigh on half a century and we know Reigate from corner to corner. Our moving teams are made up of uniformed, efficient people who are the best in their fields. Our moving rates are great value and you’ll find us informed, helpful, courteous and considerate.
From cardboard boxes to packing tape, we’ll stock you up with the right materials so that all your preparation goes well. Then, when the day comes, we’ll be there at the pre-arranged time with everything in place for a smooth, stress-free move. If it turns out you’ve got too many belongings, you can use our storage units while you make up your mind about what to do with them. Of all the removals companies in Reigate, we think our service is the one you’ll want.
We are based 12 miles from Reigate
About Our Reigate Removal Services
We’ve been operating in Reigate and surrounding areas for over 40 years and our drivers/movers know the roads well so we’ll be well equipped to help you move efficiently. We want your move to be as calm as possible which is why we will come to see you and assess your situation to offer you a range of options to ensure you get the right price and the right attention.
Interestingly, during World War II, Oxshott was the location of Canadian Army engineers who were billeted on Oxshott Heath whilst they were charged with building the Cabinet War Rooms. However, the area is most famous for Oxshott Heath and Woods, a 200 acre area of common land which is home to a diverse wildlife. At the weekend, the woods are teeming with local residents, enjoying the rich fresh air.
A little about Reigate…
Just to the north of Crawley, Reigate is a market town with numerous local shops, cafés and bars, all mainly centred around Bell Street. A trip to Reigate will not be complete if you don’t get to visit the Pilgrim Brewery, home of local brews and quality mixtures.
Rather surprisingly, the town has always been subject to archaeological interest and boasts its own castle. Reigate has a deep history which can be traced back to the Bronze Age and the town developed a great deal initially through the trading of Oatmeal back in the 17th Century. Today, Reigate’s historical roots are personified by the castle, which has become a local fixture for garden visits and as an interesting spot for tourists.
With neighbouring Redhill not too far away, Reigate also stood to benefit from the construction of the railways. Two windmills, located in Reigate Heath and Wray Common, further define the local architecture, leading to references to Sherlock Holmes novels. This quiet Surrey location more character than it lets on.