Curtiss & Sons
Basingstoke Removals Company
Looking for a Basingstoke removals company to move your home or business? Curtiss & Sons has been providing residential and commercial moving services for over 140 years. As members of BAR (The British Association of Removers) all our employees are professionally trained, using the best packing materials and handling equipment currently available.
We run a range of specialist vehicles, allowing us to take on any size move. Our freehold storage facility is top class and we provide excellent value wherever you are moving locally in Basingstoke or nationwide. Simply get in touch with us to arrange a home visit or video survey to price your move. Call us on 023 9298 5830 to book your appointment or alternatively, complete the online contact form, send it to us and we will be in touch shortly!
Our removals and Storage Services
Why Choose Us for Basingstoke Removals?
We're Your Moving Expert in Basingstoke
We are a local company who have over a considerable time span, built a reputation for quality removals.
Our intimate knowledge of Basingstoke and the surrounding areas enables us to deliver a first-class removals service tailored to your specific requirements at an affordable price.
- Over 140 years’ experience in moving industry.
- House removals and business Basingstoke removals services.
- Fully trained and insured teams to help with your move.
- Professional packing and unpacking services.
- Secure storage solutions.
- Removals insurance to cover your valuables and belongings during your move.
- Free removal quote, choose between home visit or online video survey.
Why move to Basingstoke
Reasons to live in Basingstoke
Basingstoke, the largest town in the county of Hampshire, lies in a very opportune position. 30 miles from the city of Southampton, 19 miles from historical Winchester and just 48 miles or an hour by train direct into London’s Waterloo station. This makes it the perfect town for commuting.
The town provides ample opportunities for employment. As an important economic centre, several large corporations have chosen Basingstoke as the home for their company headquarters. Motorola, GAME and ST Ericsson to name a few. Engineering, manufacturing, sales, and accounting are some of the strongest employment sectors in the town, along with jobs in tourism.
Aside from Basingstoke’s exemplary connectivity, it is also a busy, thriving, and exciting place to live, affording all the amenities you could ever want. The town is packed with shopping malls, multiple areas of open green spaces, and all sorts of cultural offerings; museums, live musical entertainment, and sites of historical interest.
Spending a day getting back to nature is made incredibly easy when living in Basingstoke. Two wonderful areas of outstanding beauty lay either side of the town. To the east is the South Downs National Park and to the west, the North Wessex Downs.
Upmarket fine dining can be had at three very prestigious establishments, Tylney Hall, Audley’s Wood and The Four Seasons, all of which are perfect for that special occasion.
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Working in Basingstoke
Great reasons to work in Basingstoke
Basingstoke is a lively town located in Hampshire, South East England.
Basingstoke has a thriving economy and offers a range of employment opportunities in various sectors.
The town is also well-connected to London and other major cities, making it an attractive location for commuters.
If you’re interested in moving to Basingstoke, the area provides ample opportunities for employment as well as a vibrant social life
6 Industries For Work in Basingstoke
Tech Industry – Basingstoke is home to a number of technology companies, including Huawei, Sony and Sun Life Financial. The town also has a science and technology park, which houses a number of tech businesses.
Retail – Basingstoke has several shopping centres, including Festival Place, which is one of the largest shopping centres in the South East. These shopping centres offer employment opportunities in retail, customer service, and hospitality.
Healthcare – The region has several hospitals and healthcare facilities, including Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital and Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. These offer employment opportunities in healthcare, administration and support services.
Education – Basingstoke is home to a number of schools and colleges, which provide plenty of employment opportunities in teaching, administration and support services.
Finance – The area has several financial services companies, including AXA Wealth and Simplyhealth, providing locals with jobs in finance, insurance, and banking.
Manufactoring – Basingstoke is home to several manufacturing companies. These include De La Rue and Thales. This means employment opportunities in manufacturing, engineering, and production are available to residents.
Things to do in Basingstoke
What can you do in Basingstoke?
There are plenty of interesting things to do and see in Basingstoke.
If you are thinking of moving to the area, you will discover a rich history that dates back to the Roman era and beyond, as well as some of the best entertainment options available in any modern town in the UK.
Below are a handful of Basingstoke’s highlights, as per Tripadvisor. Be sure to check out their site for even more fun things to do, we couldn’t fit them all here!
County Council Services
Regardless of where you choose to move to, including Basingstoke, you will need to make sure you let your new county or borough council know that you are a new resident as soon as possible.
Basingstoke falls under the authority of Hampshire County Council.
One of the most common errors people make is to delay registering and paying for their council tax. It can be a pricey mistake and may lead to fines.
You are entitled to 21-days to inform your new council of your move before action is taken.
Regardless of whether you’re a new homeowner or a tenant, it is a good idea to familiarise yourself with the council website.
Not only does it deal with Council Tax there are lots of other things available on the Hampshire County Council website that may be of interest to you.