Avoid Mistakes When Choosing Your Mover

Moving places is not rocket science, but it can certainly bring serious headaches if something goes wrong along the way so it makes sense to take the time to prepare, consider and execute a well thought out plan.

First of all, get a decent, reasonable quote from a respected removal company, over the phone quotes are tempting but rarely reflect the actual amount of work to be done and most customers end up having to pay extra at the end. Get someone to come in and do a viewing of the job, then have them prepare the quote for the removal services London based companies are generally well managed and will provide you with a decent quote, but nevertheless be sure to shop around before

Shopping around for a good price will show you how much the project actually costs so you will know if someone is trying to rip you off with a higher than the standard for the industry quote. Avoid going with the company that offers the lowest price either, a company that can discount forty of fifty percent but no other company has done it should be a tell-tale sign for you, no mover can work for free or near break-even prices.

Chances are there will be additional fees and hidden costs coming out of the woodwork and you will end up covering more than the regular quote for such a job. Be sure to inform yourself of any other fees and costs added along the way, know exactly how much you will be paying for the removal companies London industry listings will give you a good indication of prices in general and reasonable discount amounts. Many movers will charge you extra for packaging as they insist on boxing and bubble wrapping all of the items to be moved. Also, ask if you will be subjected to long-haul charges, or in case you will be charged for the fuel if long moving job is at hand. Don’t choose an unlicensed or uninsured mover, don’t get yourself into any type of deal without a written contract and quote.

July 13, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Moving house


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