Hiring a removalist company to assist with any household move can make the process faster for you, and even make it safer, as it's easy to injure yourself while moving your belongings, or to drop packed boxes while loading or unloading a truck, causing damage to your items. Because you have so many options for house removals, note a few tips on how to choose the right one for your move, and this will ensure you're happy with their services and will have your items moved safely and securely to your new home.
Questions they ask
You might find it odd when someone from a potential removalist company starts asking lots of questions about your belongings, your current home, your new home and the like, but this is actually a very good thing for them to do. A removalist company should be properly prepared for how much furniture and how many boxes they'll need to pack and move, and they should know about oddly shaped or bulky items, such as area rugs, musical instruments and so on.
Someone from a removalist company may also need to know if you have anything of high value, such as artwork or jewellery, to ensure that the value of those items will be covered by their liability insurance. A removalist company should also be prepared for properly accessing your home, and that can mean bringing extra ramps, furniture movers made for steps, and other such equipment. Keep this in mind when shopping around for removalists; lots of questions are actually good and can help ensure your move goes smoothly!
Size of truck and number of movers
Of course you want to ensure that a removalist company will have enough personnel available to handle the number of items you're moving, but a company that only has a large truck and that always uses a certain number of personnel may actually be too costly, if you only have a small number of items to move.
Consider how a removalist company charges for their work to decide if they're the right choice for you; a company might charge a flat rate for a certain number of hours, or load a truck and then weigh it and charge by the weight, which can be good options for a smaller household.
If a company charges according to the number of persons who help with the move, ensure that they don't provide more than what you would reasonably need, so that you don't get overcharged for moving just a small number of household items.