We have moved many people to and from Boreham over the years.
We have lots of experience can beat most quotes as we do not have the warehouse overheads.
If your looking for a removals company for a move from or to Boreham near Chelmsford in Essex than you can give us a call for a free quote on Freephone 0800 999 9922
CM Removals are a removals company based in Chelmsford only a mile away from Boreham in Essex.
We have been moving people for many years and have lots of experience.
We can usually beat most quotes as we try and keep our overheads down to a minimum.
Boreham sits on the outskirts of the city of Chelmsford it has a population of approx 5,000.
With great travel links Boreham is a popular place to live.
It has a few pubs, schools and shops for everyday essentials.
We have moved a lot of people to and from Boreham in Essex
We will visit you in your home to give you a quote or if you would like we can do this via Skype or Facetime. If you are happy with the quote we will visit and talk you through everything. We know how moving can be stressful so we will help you through the process.
So we can give you the best quote possible we will need to understand what you are taking with you, for example garden furniture. There might also be further specialist items for example a piano.
With many years of experience you can relax as we will look after all of your possessions. Our dedicated trained team are fully trained and will make your move stress free.
We also cover removals in many areas near Boreham to name a few:-
Let us make your removal to or from Boreham in Essex easy and STRESS FREE.
Boreham is listed in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Borham, thought to mean ‘village on a hill’.
Local legend holds that highwayman Dick Turpin rode down the route than now forms part of the A12 on his famous ride from London to York, although historians now believe the ride never occurred.
In the 1930s Boreham House and its surrounding land of 3,000 acres (12 km2) was bought by car magnate Henry Ford. In addition to using the house as a school for training Ford tractor mechanics, the company’s British chairman, Lord Perry, established Fordson Estates Limited there, and founded the Henry Ford Institute of Agricultural Engineering, an agricultural college. The house also served as the temporary home for the National College of Agricultural Engineering in 1962. This moved to Silsoe, Bedfordshire as Silsoe College later joining with Cranfield University. The Silsoe campus closed at the end of 2007.
In 1952 a Ham class minesweeper, HMS Boreham, was named after the village.
Boreham remained relatively small until the mid-1970s when a programme of house and shop building increased its size significantly.