House removals and office relocation Bromsgrove
Looking for assistance with moving house or relocating your business?
We have been providing removals to and from Bromsgrove for over 35 years
Peter Maskell Removals are a family-run business with over 35 years experience in household and business removals.
Whatever your needs, call Peter Maskell Removals & Storage
We pride ourselves on delivering top quality service to all our customers moving home or business, and are proud of the recommendations we receive. If you are worried about your belongings making it safely to their new home, you can trust us to get them there in one piece.
We offer site to site relocation of business stock, office equipment, furnishings and documents in secure containers.
Home & Office Clearance
Peter Maskell are registered waste carriers and can offer full office and home clearance.
We have a range of heavy duty packing crates for hire. Available in three sizes up to 165 litre capacity.
We stock a wide range of packing materials, such as boxes, tape, mattress covers and bubble wrap.
Why not take advantage of our professional packing service to help take the stress out of your move.
Peter Maskell specialise in the transport of pianos all over the UK by our fully trained and experienced staff.
Bromsgrove is first documented in the early 9th century as Bremesgraf. Later in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle of 909 AD Bromsgrove is mentioned as Bremesburh. Then in the Domesday Book Bromsgrove is referenced as Bremesgrave. The Breme part of the place name is almost certainly an Anglo-Saxon personal name.
In the Anglo-Saxon times, Bromsgrove had a woodland economy consisting of hunting, maintenance of haies and pig farming. At the time of Edward the Confessor, the manor of Bromsgrove is known to have been held by Earl Edwin. After the conquest, Bromsgrove was held by the King. Among the manor’s possessions were 13 salt pans at Droitwich, with three workers, producing 300 mits. The King had the right to sell the salt from his pans before any other salt in the town. (Source: Wikipedia)