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Aintree House Removals
We’ve been carrying out Aintree house removals for years and have based our success on offering a combination of first class service coupled with unbeatable prices. We can offer a moving package to suit every budget whether you’re moving from a one bedroom flat or a six bedroom house we have the knowledge and expertise to ensure your Aintree house removal goes smoothly and doesn’t cost the earth.
If you need a Aintree house removal give us a call on 01925 497477 our phone lines are open 24 hours a day seven days a week. We’ll answer any questions you might have and provide you with a moving quote that we know won’t be beaten
Zebra Removals is a professional family run removal company based in Cheshire. We offer a house removal service tailored to suit all your requirements in Aintree. Zebra Removals provide a professional and friendly service with lots of tips and advice to get the very best out of your move.
Our vehicles are well maintained and routinely checked to give you a reliable service, so wherever your destination you can rest at ease knowing your goods will be safe and arrive on time
Our Aintree house removal service is an excellent choice if you want the quality and level of service that you would expect from a large removal company but with prices equivalent to a local man and van operation.
To find out more please contact us, our friendly team will be more than happy to answer all your questions.
Aintree House Removals From Zebra Removals
Zebra Removals carry out house removals, office moves, office removals and student moves throughout Aintree and across the North West of England. We make your business our business by putting you first, we’ll move your entire home contents locally or nationally. Zebra Removals will handle your specific requirements from a single item to a fully furnished home or office removals. Simply call 01925 497477 for a free quote.
We offer a great by-the-hour service if you just need a small home move. Our fully trained and experienced team will provide a carefully planned and professional removal service that will make your move stress-free.
If you would like to find out more about Zebra Removals then we would be delighted to speak to you and quote for you specific requirements.
We carry out house removals throughout the North West, why not read what our customers tell us on our testimonials page?
Aintree is a village and civil parish in the Metropolitan Borough of Sefton, Merseyside. It lies between Walton and Maghull on the A59 road, about 6.5 miles (10.5 km) north of Liverpool city centre, in the northwest of England.
It is best known as the site of Aintree Racecourse, which since the 19th century has staged the Grand National horse race. During the 1950s and ’60s, there was also a three-mile-long motor racing circuit on the site, which used the same grandstands as the horse race. A shorter form of the racing circuit is still used for various events, although car racing ceased in 1982.
The main road from Liverpool to Aintree is the A59 (known as Ormskirk Road as it passes through Aintree). The M57, M58, A59, and A5036 meet at a complex junction called Switch Island, between Aintree and Maghull.
The village is closer to Old Roan railway station, although Aintree railway station is convenient for the racecourse, both on the Merseyrail Northern Line’s Ormskirk branch, with regular service between Liverpool Central and Ormskirk.
In the past, it was also served by Aintree Central railway station on the North Liverpool Extension Line, located behind Aintree railway station. The North Mersey Branch also runs through, close to the station, and had Aintree Racecourse railway station.
Historically part of Lancashire, the name Aintree, thought to be of Saxon origin, means “one tree” or “tree standing alone.” In 1999, the parish council decided to revert to its original name of Aintree Village; this request was granted by Sefton Council. Local legend held that a tree on Bull Bridge Lane, one of the oldest parts of the village, was “the Ain tree”. The tree had to be cut down in 2004 because it had become diseased