Where did they come from?
Having taken on their first job 7 years ago as a favour helping to move their friends’ house one weekend, the jobs started snowballing when their friends – ecstatic with their job – recommended them on and the rest is history. They are now a well-established London-centric removals company with a glowing reputation.
What do they do?
Their services vary from packing away your most valuable prized personal possessions and then delivering them with care to your new address, to squeezing your entire office into a van and moving it across the city, or even just couriering your important items about the town (for more information visit www.bestvanandman.co.uk).
So are they worth the hype?
Here’s what just a few of their customers think: “I have used Steve for three separate jobs carrying art work to Kent, Bristol and here in London. It was efficient and pleasant. I will always use this service whenever I need to and can totally recommend them. Thanks, Ted Sumner” “Dear Gentlemen, Thank you for your hard work you put for me. It wasn’t easy, I admit having to move me with my 58 boxes down two flights of stairs and then up two again. But you were brilliant – fast, safe and professional. Marc Lefcoe” How they are giving back Best Van and Man are a humble company, aware of their roots. Without the recommendations from their friends then their friends-friends and so on, they would never be where they are today; so in order to thank their customers for that and get the word out to more people in need of their services, they are holding two prize-draws for a free Sunday home removal. All their new or existing fans in the South or heading to the South need to do is follow them on Twitter at https://twitter.com/BestVanAndMan then retweet their post about the competition within the next two months to be entered. One winner will be drawn on Thursday 30th April and again on Monday 1st June.
Why not to give them a go and see if they really do live up to their reputation, keeping the friendly helping-hand team going.