Removals Company in Weybridge (KT13)

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About WH Cox Weybridge Removals Services

Are you planning a move to or from Weybridge? If so, you couldn’t hope to make a better choice than us. We’ve been moving people in the area for over forty years, during which time we’ve established a reputation as the go-to movers in Surrey and Middlesex. Our drivers, movers and packers are efficient and thoughtful and our familiarity with the area means we get you from A to B quickly. What’s more, our rates are extremely competitive.

We’ll also stock you up with just the right amount of cardboard boxes – along with other packing materials that’ll help you get prepared in good time. If, on moving day, it turns out you have more goods than you realised, you’ll find our storage units extremely handy. So when you need removals companies in Weybridge, there’s nothing for it but to go with the best.

We are based 8 miles from Weybridge

About Our Weybridge Removal Services

We’ve been operating in Weybridge 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.

We supply everything, the van, the staff (as many as you feel you need), the packaging materials and boxes and most importantly, peace of mind. If you need temporary storage for your items we also offer safe secure container storage.

Removals Company Weybridge

A little about Weybridge…

Situated closely to the River Wey, in the Elmbridge district of Surrey, this area is a notable district with many gorgeous properties and famous residents. Today, Peter Crouch, Cliff Richard and Theo Paphitis have made home in Weybridge, while back in the roaring 1960s, Beatles’ members Ringo Starr and John Lennon owned property here, as well as Welsh legend Tom Jones. This portfolio of residents explains why in 2008, six of the ten most expensive streets in South East England could be found in Weybridge.

Going back further, Weybridge appears in Domesday Book of 1086, and consisted of 6 hides, 1 ½ ploughs, 32 acres of meadow and 9 hogs. Since these small beginnings the area has blossomed, largely due to the opening of Weybridge railway station in 1838, opening the route into central London. The area also has cultural acclaim, as the location of the battle in which a Martian fighting machine was destroyed in H. G. Well’s classic novel, The War of the Worlds.