Zebra Removals

Wirral Man and Van – Wirral House Removals

Wirral House Removals

We’ve been carrying out Wirral 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 Wirral removal goes smoothly and doesn’t cost the earth.
If you need a Wirral 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
Moving the contents of your house or business is probably one of the most stressful things that you’ll ever do in your life so it’s important to find the right people to help relieve as much of that stress as possible.
When choosing your moving partner and placing your most valued possessions into the hands of strangers it’s comforting to know that you are in experienced hands that you can trust. We’ve moved people in the same street, to another town, another county and even another country. Many people look at their move as a new life start. We want to make sure it gets off to a great start.
Our Wirral man and van option 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.
At Zebra Removals you will be dealing with a company that has built a reputation for getting the job done. Safely, securely, with quality and with a personal understanding of what our customers are going through. We may not know the reason for the move but, we do know what’s involved in it and we’ll guide you every step of the way if that’s what you need from us. And if you want to me more independent then we’ll help you with that as well.
We understand people have different needs, different budgets and different attitudes to the moving process. Our staff have considerable experience in this profession and are ready, willing and able to work with you to find the most appropriate and cost-effective solution for your move.
Zebra Removals offers a complete range of moving options for both private and commercial customers. We’ll work with you until the move is complete.
We have carried out Man and van work in Wirral, across the North West and the rest of the country. Why not read what some of our customers tell us on our testimonials page?

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Wirral Information

The name Wirral occurs in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle as Wirheal, literally “myrtle-corner”, from the Old English wir, a myrtle tree, and heal, an angle, corner or slope. It is supposed that the land was once overgrown with bog myrtle, a plant no longer found in the area but plentiful around Formby, to which Wirral would once have provided a similar habitat. The name was given to the Hundred of Wirral around the 8th century. In the Domesday Book and shortly afterwards, the name of the hundred changed to the Hundred of Wilaveston, which later became Willaston.

The first steam ferry service across the Mersey started in 1817, and steam-powered ships soon opened up Wirral’s Mersey coast for industrialisation. The 1820s saw the birth of the area’s renowned shipbuilding tradition when John Laird opened his shipyard in Birkenhead, later expanded by his son William. The Lairds were largely responsible for the early growth of Birkenhead, commissioning the architect James Gillespie Graham to lay it out as a new town modelled on Edinburgh. In 1847, Birkenhead’s first docks and its municipal park, the first in Britain and the inspiration for New York’s Central Park, were opened, and the town expanded rapidly. Birkenhead’s population of less than one thousand in 1801 rose to over 33,000 by 1851, and to 157,000 by 1901. The town became a borough in 1877, incorporating within it Oxton and Tranmere.

The improved communications also allowed Liverpool merchants to buy up and develop large estates in Wirral. James Atherton and William Rowson developed the resort of New Brighton, and new estates for the gentry were also built at Egremont, Oxton, Claughton and Rock Ferry. Arrowe Hall was built for the Shaw family in 1835