Do you need a Salisbury removals quote?
Salisbury removals, when considering moving to the Salisbury area, Curtiss & Sons have been providing a Salisbury removals, storage and packing service for over 170 years. We are members of the British Association of Removers and offer removals, storage and packing service in Hampshire, West Sussex and surrounding areas. Curtiss & Sons also provide specialist removal services to locations around the UK, Jersey and Guernsey.
Packing For Salisbury Removals
Packing for Salisbury removals is an important and time consuming task and the care of your possessions will be a key factor when choosing a removals company. It is important to be confident that your belongings will be handled with care; from the moment our team arrive until they are unwrapped and positioned in your new home.
Once you have decided to move, you should consider whether you want to pack your belongings or if you would prefer the removal company to carry out this task. If you choose to self pack, Curtiss & Sons can supply you with top quality packaging materials delivered to you as and when you need them.
Curtiss & Sons will ensure all china and glassware is wrapped in special protective paper and packed in double thickness cartons. Furniture can be protected in bubble blankets and antiques or other precious objects packed in individually tailored crates. When your possessions arrive at your new home our team will unpack for you, taking away all the cartons and wrapping material.
Curtiss & Sons
Tel: 02392 985830 for a free home survey & quote
We have listed below some information we hope you will find helpful when moving to Salisbury
Moving to Salisbury?
Where is Salisbury?
Salisbury is a city located in the county of Wiltshire, England, and the only city within the county. It lies around 23 miles from the city of Southampton. The map below shows the location of Salisbury:
Salisbury Travel Connections
Houses For Sale In Salisbury
The UK’s property market is very complex and very unpredictable, the referendum which resulted in a leave vote or Brexit has made it even more difficult to predict house prices in Salisbury. Householders are obviously worried about house prices. The important thing is to not panic, if you are able to move and have the funds to move and you want to move, now is as good a time as any to start looking.
Take a look at the average house prices in Salisbury to get an idea of current property values in Salisbury
Salisbury Removals – Property Prices
In October 2016, the average price for property in Salisbury was £318,000, with detached houses around £423,000, semi detached homes at £296,000, terraced property at £278,000 and flats at around £195,000.
In July 2018 the average price for property in Salisbury was £355,000, with detached houses around £493,000, semi detached homes at £293,000, terraced property at £262,000 and flats at around £207,000. Source Zoopla.
During March 2020, the average price for property in Salisbury has increased and is currently £359,935. Detached houses are selling for an average of £497,000, semi detached homes at £300,000, terraced property at £266,000 and flats at around £202,000. Source Zoopla.
Salisbury Estate Agents
When moving to Salisbury you could contact the Salisbury estate agents, who can offer a wealth of local knowledge and guide you through the buying or renting process. Although you will find Salisbury estate agents are usually situated in the high street, they can also be found online. We have listed below some of the estate agents in or near Salisbury.
New Home Sites
57 Adlam Way, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP2 9FA
01722 448 914
Monument Place – Retirement Living PLUS – McCarthy & Stone
Monument Place, Endless Street, Salisbury SP1 3GE
0800 310 0386
2/6 High Street, Salisbury. SP1 2NP
03457 345 345
19 Minster Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 1TE
03456 040 626
Moving to Salisbury – Challenge your council tax band
Once you have settled into your new home in Salisbury, it may be worth challenging your council tax band. 250,000 or more homes in England could have been placed in the wrong banding since the early ’90s. Your new home could be one of them, so why not try to get your tax band lowered.
The first thing you could do is speak to your new neighbours who live in similar sized house to you, they can tell you what their tax band is. With this knowledge you can check the following sites for more information: Valuation Office Agency and your local council at www.salisburycitycouncil.gov.uk/
Salisbury Removals Utility Companies
EDF Energy Gas & Electric
0113 820 7117
0845 053 5454
Nearest Hardware Stores
30 The Maltings, Salisbury, SP1 1BD
0808 100 7211 (free)
Salisbury Day-to-Day Shopping
Salisbury Cable & Phone Connections
When moving to Salisbury and need to know the broadband availability, simply visit www.broadbandchoices.co.uk
Salisbury Local Council
If you are planning Salisbury removals and need information about schools, planning permission, parking permits or council tax, simply contact: www.wiltshire.gov.uk
Five Rivers Leisure Centre
Tel: 01722 339966
Salisbury Clubs & Groups
Boscombe Down Recreation Club
Lyndhurst Road, Salisbury, SP4 7PE
Fisherton Working Mens Club
15 Wilton Road, Salisbury, SP2 7ED
There are restaurants for all tastes, including:
The Dragon Chinese Restaurant
17 – 19 Fisherton Street
Tel: 01722 321399
Salisbury Removals – Family Health
Endless Street Surgery
72 Endless Street
Salisbury Removals | Curtiss & Sons removals & storage call 02392 985830 for a FREE survey & quote for removals storage packing & shipping.