1 pokoj (No. 4896682)

1 pokoj

Total weight [kg]:

200.00

What is your budget? [PLN]:

180

Distance: 1332.00 km

Pick-up address and date

United Kingdom, England, London

From 17 Aug 2019 to 27 Sep 2019

Delivery address and date

Poland, Greater Poland Voivodeship, Poznań

Flexible dates


Removals

Moving home is in most cases a complicated and time-consuming process, but when you plan it before, you will surely get through it without obstacles.

First, it is crucial to classify the items that will be transported. If you have not used a particular object for ages or it was damaged, it is a better idea to donate it to someone who will make use of it, or throw it away. 

In order to transport the remaining stuff, you could use durable cartons which may be found in the closest store. 

Do not forget to distribute the cargo evenly, e. g. put the books into several boxes to make the shipment easier. Labelling each box will help you to arrange your new flat. Larger parts of furniture should be disassembled to prevent scratches and to make the transport provider's job easier. 


If you have securing equipment, such as stretch foil or bubble foam, you can use them to wrap the more delicate parts. You can use blankets, sheets and ordinary adhesive tape, and wrap tiny things in clothes or towels before putting them in the cardboard box.

When hiring a hauler it’s crucial to provide information about the following aspects: kind of service, if you need an assistance in loading and unloading, the storey an apartment is situated on, stair access, elevator access, possible issues on the way to the delivery location and any special requirements concerning some transported items.  

When posting a transport request on Clicktrans you will surely get  multiple great quotes from transport providers who have their account on Clicktrans. 

Many of these companies can adjust the transport, so that they can use the full capacity of their trucks. Thanks to that, shipment gets cheaper and more eco-friendly with decreasing number of „empty runs”.