Removal Company Warwickshire
We offer a wide range of house removal services suitable for moving within or to Warwickshire for home and office movers.
Moving Company Warwickshire
When moving to a new home it can be a stressful experience, which is why we offer a number of solutions ideal for moving to Warwickshire.
All of our clients moving to Warwickshire are assigned a dedicated removal manager who will assist in all aspects of the move from day one, give great advice, and be there to answer any questions.
Removal and Storage Company
Moving “Boxes Only” Service
Small Load (Not a full Removal Truck)
Dedicated Removal Truck (20ft or 40ft)
Full Packing Service
Part Pack – (Just fragile items)
Crate Building (Artwork, Fragile Items)
Shipping Cars, Motorbikes, Boats
Warwickshire Removal Company
Warwickshire is a medium-sized West Midlands county. Its current boundaries were set in 1974, but previously the area that comprised the historical county included Coventry and Birmingham. The county town is Warwick, but the most populous settlement in Warwickshire is actually Nuneaton; there are no cities in the county. The majority of Warwickshire’s residents live in the northern half of the county, while the southern half is rural and used for agriculture.
The history of Warwickshire begins in the 11th century, when it created as a division in the Anglo-Saxon Mercia kingdom. Throughout the years, Coventry, which at the time was part of the county, was always the most significant settlement, largely due to its thriving textiles industry. This industry also meant that Warwickshire was one of the most important counties during the Industrial Revolution, especially once Birmingham also began to be equally productive. This in turn meant that it became very well-connected by canal, road and train, so that goods could be easily transported around the country. Ultimately though, the success of the industry in these cities eventually brought about their separation from Warwickshire; the cities were simply becoming to large to all be situated within one county.
Throughout Warwickshire, there is a clear presence of independent businesses, whole clearly benefit from the tourism and relatively affluent nature of the county. Leamington Spa in particular is known for its boutiques and independent shops. However, some large companies also operate in the region. These include Codemasters, a video game design company, Aston Martin, the nutrition retail company Holland and Barrett, and the shower manufacturers, Triton and Bristan.
Warwickshire Property Moving Market
On average, a house in Warwickshire costs movers £307,196 according to Zoopla, but this will rise for movers looking for a period property. Warwick and Leamington Spa are ideal places to find such properties, while those wanting historic properties in quieter towns can look at Rugby and Kenilworth. There are also several great villages in Warwickshire; movers should certainly take a look at Barford, Stoneleigh and Ilmington, which sits near to the Cotswolds.
Removal company – home stats
Warwickshire is one of the most sparsely populated counties in England, ranked 39th out of 48, with an estimated population of 564,600 in 2017. The county has a reasonable level of ethnic diversity; 92.8% of residents are white, while 4.6% are Asian and 0.8% are black, and other minorities comprise the remaining amount. Nonetheless, this is still below the national average in terms of diversity. The greatest proportion of the population are aged between 40 and 59.
Unsurprisingly William Shakespeare, who was born in Warwickshire, features prominently amongst cultural attractions in the county. The Royal Shakespeare Company, based in Stratford-upon-Avon, is the place to go for anything related to the playwright. But there is also plenty of other things to see and do in Warwickshire. There are impressive and imposing Warwick and Kenilworth Castles, the Compton Verney Art Gallery, and the popular Bicester Village designer outlet. For those wanting the great outdoors, the Cotswolds in the south of the county is likely to please, while for a more relaxing experience, try renting a punt to guide along the River Avon.
Did you know…
Lord of the Rings author, J.R.R. Tolkien, based the world of Middle Earth on Warwickshire.