Man and Van Gayton – CH60

Gayton-MillWith top quality equipment and a fleet of clean vans that are suitable for every situation we are definitely the best Gayton man and van company. Our reliable and cost efficient services are tailored by a team of leading experts in the field of home and office removals. We work in a quick and responsible manner and always manage to live up to the expectations of our clients. If you want your property to be moved with professionalism and care, we are definitely the right people for you.

You can count on us completely to finish the job that you have on your hands in the most hassle-free manner imaginable. We will:

  • Come up with an adequate plan for the job.
  • Prepare every detail, including pack your items using high quality materials
  • Arrive on the moving day exactly at the time we have arranged
  • Load and secure every box on one of our vans
  • Drive it on a GPS tracking determined route to your new place
  • Unload, unpack and reassemble everything

Moving is usually associated with a lot of stress and strain, but you will not have to go through any of those things when you have us by your side. The whole experience would be entirely pleasant and satisfactory for you. The best part is that all of that and more will be delivered to you on a very reasonable price. We calculate the price for every man and van removal in Gayton that we provide in accordance to a special custom pricing system that makes use of the best methods of the industry and our willingness to be always at the service of our clients in best way we can.

Get in touch any day of the week

Contact our polite and knowledgeable customer support operators for booking and a free quote. You can do that around the clock either over the phone or by filling out the easy to use online contact form that you will find on this page.

With a population of a little over 3100 residents Gayton is one of the bigger villages that are to be found on the territory of Wirral. The current CH60 district settlement originated as a Viking village and for much of its history it remained just a small hamlet. For comparison, in 1800 the population of the whole Gayton was a mere hundred people. Even in 1851 just 832 people lived here. The inclusion of the village in the Wirral Urban District changed the course of development of the village and it became larger than ever. Among the important landmarks here is the sandstone built tower mill known as Gayton Mill, which was built in 1875. Today the mill is converted into a private residence. Transportation from Gayton Mill to the city is easy, because there is a nearby train station at Heswall, and several bus lines service the place too.