Man and Van in Buxton
Buxton's quality Man and Van Service
If you're looking for a Man with a Van in Buxton then your search is over! Van Man Hire are proud to provide an expert, reliable Man and Van service to the people of Buxton at prices way below that of the usual fee's charged by the bigger removal companies.
We specialise in house removals and office relocation. Our team of friendly, dedicated removers will use their expertise to relocate all your valuable possessions and make sure each and every item is moved safe, sound and secure to its rightful place in your new property.
It doesn't matter whether you are moving items from just 1 bedroom in a flat or the entire contents of a 4 bedroom house with garage and garden furniture! Van Man Hire can help! Our domestic removal services cater for every need. Contact us today for your part or full house removal service.
We help many commercial customers with their office moves. Whether you are moving from 1 room in a building to another area of the same building, or moving to completely new premises. We will assist you every step of the way, even down to the dismantling and reassembling of desks and other furniture, to packing away computers and setting them up in their new places. Whatever the level of service you require, we can help!
Your removal service will be completed in a choice of either our extra-long wheel based Mercedes Sprinter or our long wheel based Ford Transit Luton van with Tail Lift with a choice of between 1 and 6 professional removal staff. Our vans are all carpeted to ensure maximum safety to your items whilst in transport and fully insured. Each of our drivers have a minimum of 12 years' experience driving vans, along with bags of experience in the professional removers trade, so you can rest assured that all your belongings are in very safe and capable hands. You can take a look at some pictures of our vans here along with their dimensions to help you judge how many trips it may need to complete your removal work.
Like anything in life, preparation is the key and removals is no exception. There's a lot more to it than you think so please check out our Removals Preparation Guide for hints, tips and advice. Everything is covered from protecting your delicate items efficiently to prevent breakages in transit, covering floors to protect laminate flooring from scratches and snags to carpets, right down to what size boxes you need to be using for particular items.
Removal Packs and Boxes
We can't stress enough how important it is to have the correct type of boxes and an adequate amount of them for your removal day. We highly recommend these Discount Moving Packs which can be ordered from Teacrate Packaging, our recommended suppliers.
Man and Van Prices
Unlike the bigger removal companies, hiring a Man and Van service in Buxton to complete your removal service works out a lot cheaper with savings around double and even triple the price you would have paid with the larger firms. Click the prices links from our menus for a detailed list of our pricing structure and then compare them with the bigger removal companies such as Pickford's and you will see straight away that using Van Man Hire is the best choice!
The Romans developed a settlement known as Aquae Arnemetiae (or the spa of the goddess of the grove). The discovery of coins indicates that the Romans were in Buxton throughout their occupation. The origins of the town's name are uncertain. It may be derived from the Old English for Buck Stone or for Rocking Stone.
The town grew in importance in the late 18th century when it was developed by the Dukes of Devonshire, with a resurgence a century later as the Victorians were drawn to the reputed healing properties of the waters.
Built on the River Wye, and overlooked by Axe Edge Moor, Buxton has a history as a spa town due to its geothermal spring which rises at a constant temperature of 28 °C. The spring waters are piped to St Ann's Well (a shrine to St. Anne since medieval times) opposite the Crescent near the town centre.
The Dukes of Devonshire have been closely involved with Buxton since 1780, when the 5th Duke used the profits from his copper mines to develop the town as a spa in the style of Bath. Their ancestor Bess of Hardwick had taken one of her four husbands, the Earl of Shrewsbury, to "take the waters" at Buxton shortly after he became the gaoler of Mary, Queen of Scots, in 1569, and they took Mary there in 1573. She called Buxton "La Fontagne de Bogsby", and stayed at the site of the Old Hall Hotel.
The area features in the poetry of W. H. Auden and the novels of Jane Austen and Emily Bronte.
Instrumental in the popularity of Buxton was the recommendation by Dr Erasmus Darwin of the waters at Buxton and Matlock to Josiah Wedgwood I. The Wedgwood family often went to Buxton on holiday and recommended the area to their friends. Two of Charles Darwin's half-cousins, Edward Levett Darwin and Reginald Darwin, settled there.
The arrival of the railway in 1863 stimulated the town's growth: the population of 1,800 in 1861 had grown to over 6,000 by 1881.
Local Information for Buxton
Buxton is a spa town in Derbyshire. It has the highest elevation of any market town in England. Located close to the county boundary with Cheshire to the west and Staffordshire to the south, Buxton is described as "the gateway to the Peak District National Park".
A municipal borough until 1974, Buxton was then merged with other localities including Glossop, lying primarily to the north, to form the local government district and borough of High Peak within the county of Derbyshire. Buxton is within the sphere of influence of Greater Manchester due to its close proximity to the area.
Also in the town is the Buxton Opera House, which hosts several music and theatre festivals each year.
The Devonshire Campus of the University of Derby is housed in one of the town's historic buildings.
Buxton is twinned with two other towns: Oignies in France and Bad Nauheim in Germany.
Each summer the wells are decorated according to the local tradition of well dressing. The well dressing weekend has developed into a town carnival with live music and funfair. In 2013, the Academy of Urbanism named Buxton as one of the three most attractive towns in Britain.