Aigburth House Removals – Aigburth Man and Van
Aigburth House Removals
We’ve been carrying out Aigburth 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 Aigburth house removal goes smoothly and doesn’t cost the earth.
If you need an Aigburth 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.
Our Aigburth 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.
We don’t use large lorries, we use smaller, more economical 3.5 tonne Luton vans which means we don’t have the large overheads associated with running expensive vehicles. We can pass this saving on to you.
We can tailor your removal to suit you, you may want to save money by helping with loading and un-loading in which case we can provide a van with one man. If you wish to take a less ” active ” role we can provide a van with two or three men.
Aigburth House Removals
Our Aigburth house removal service is ideal for smaller house removals where we can save you money by charging an hourly rate instead of a fully inclusive set price.
Zebra Man and Van is ideal for small local or national house moves which you might have considered undertaking yourself with a hire van or if you need one item moving a short distance
Moving to a new house can be a stressful task. But it doesn’t have to be, Zebra Removals are keen to help withyour Aigburth house removal.
Whether you need one item transporting or an entire house or office Zebra removals is here to help.
If you’re moving around the corner, to another county or even to the other end of the country we’re here to help you with all your moving needs. Our house removal service provides a quality yet economical alternative to a DIY move, and we’re here to help you make your move as fast and painless as possible.
We’ve carried out many Aigburth house removals as well as removals across Liverpool and the rest of the country. Why not read what some of our customers tell us on our testimonial page ?
Aigburth means “hill where oak trees grow” and is a hybrid place-name: the first part of the name is from Old Norse eikr “oak tree” (which is found in Eikton in Cumbria and Eakring in Nottinghamshire) and Old English beorg meaning ” hill, tumulus” but here in the sense “rising ground”.
This element usually occurs as “-borough” (as in Barlborough in Derbyshire) or more rarely as “-barrow” (e.g. Backbarrow in Cumbria). The meaning is probably derived from the presence of a sacred oak grove in the area. The name was also recorded as Eikberei in an undated record.
The area was previously part of the West Allerton parliamentary district and, as such returned (now Lord) David Alton for many years. It is now part of the Liverpool Riverside constituency and returned Louise Ellman as MP in the 2005 and 2010 general elections.
Aigburth is mainly residential and covers an area following Aigburth Road, (A561) and the areas either side of it. The suburb is to the south of Sefton Park and adjoins Otterspool Park, which leads to Otterspool Promenade on the Mersey.
Housing in the district is mostly a mixture of terraced and semi detached homes, with large detached houses (mostly converted into flats or hotels) in Aigburth Drive overlooking Sefton Park and modern estates containing detached and semi detached houses in the Riverside Drive area.
It is considered by most Liverpudlians to be one of Liverpool’s more prosperous and green areas, and is widely regarded as the most bohemian part of Liverpool Lark Lane (between Aigburth Road and Sefton Park) is one of the most popular areas to eat/drink/pass the time of day in Liverpool. The Guardian published a semi-accurate article in its ‘Let’s move to …’ series.