Andover Removals & Storage
Moving locally within the Andover area? Moving to Andover? We can help!
Schepens is proud to be a 4th generation family run company and, with over 100 years experience in the removals business, you can be certain of receiving a first class service at affordable prices.
We are a Hampshire removals company, and have helped people to move to all areas around Andover including Knight Enham, Abbotts Ann, Picket Twenty, South Harewood, Finkley, Conholt, Pill Heath, Upper Clatford, Whitchurch, Over Wallop, Stockbridge, plus many more.
We can help with complete house and flat moves, part loads, student moves or the movement of items such as pianos.
Why use Schepens for removals to Andover?
- Excellent customer service
- Self Storage and Business Storage
- Local removals to and from the Andover area
- Uniformed staff, trained to BAR standards
- Modern fleet of clean, reliable vehicles, alarmed for added security.
- Provision of extremely strong, specialist packing boxes
- Overseas relocation services
Packing for Andover removals
Our removals teams are trained in packing for house removals, ensuring the safe transport of your possessions. We offer a range of packing services from complete packing, packing of fragile items only or simply supplying our extremely strong packing boxes.
We are a local removal company, and have helped people to move to all areas around Andover including:
Knight Enham, Abbotts Ann, Picket Twenty, South Harewood, Finkley, Conholt, Pill Heath, Upper Clatford, Whitchurch, Over Wallop, Stockbridge, plus many more.
If you need a removals company in Andover, then Schepens has the experience, expertise and local knowledge to offer you a smooth, trouble-free move.
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A useful guide if you’re looking to move to the Andover area or if you’re looking to relocate within Andover:
Andover is a thriving market town in the beautiful county of Hampshire. It’s ideally located, sitting 18 miles west of Basingstoke, 15 miles north-west of Winchester and 25 miles north of Southampton. There are a number of military bases in the vicinity and Andover remains a popular place to settle for personnel stationed nearby.
There’s a direct national rail line to London, Waterloo. Trains leave every 30 minutes and the journey takes around 80 mins at present. Road connections are excellent as the M3 and M4 offer fast, direct routes into London.
Many of the buildings in Andover date back to the 18th century when the town was a stopover for stagecoaches travelling to London. Properties range from thatched cottages to Victorian town houses to the new build developments. The average price for detached properties is £392,656, for terraced properties it’s £232,627 and for semi-detached it’s £280,631.
The Chantry Shopping Centre provides high end brands in abundance, supplementing the local independent shops situated on the Hight Street and in the pretty courtyards leading off it. There are a number of supermarkets to choose from and a great range of local restaurants and homemade food in local family-run pubs in the surrounding villages.
There are 10 primary schools in Andover, and 3 secondary schools. There are also 3 independent schools in the area. Andover College provides excellent 6th form provision with 100% A Level Pass Rate in 2017, and for Higher Education, Winchester University is a popular destination.
The town is situated in the midst of sumptuous countryside and there are a number of trails and riverside walks for all abilities that can be easily accessed. There’s a street market every Thursday and Saturday on the High Street, and a Museum of the Iron Age in the town centre. The Lights is a contemporary arts centre offering music, theatre, workshops and comedy.