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1/2 Palette Olivenöl Igoumenitsa nach Wien

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Route: Ηγουμενίτσα - Vienna

All went well,thanks a lot.

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Route: Bad Wünnenberg - Wetherby

Great Guy, great communication, perfectly handled. Thank you very much! Will book again

3 victorian armchairs, 1 small side chair, 1 dining chair, 1 side table (roughly about 120x90x75cm)

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Route: London - München

Tips for preparing for transportation

Moving to a new house is one of the most common situations we can experience in our life. And even though we move at least a few times before settling for good, removals are still among the most trying activities possible. Just working out the logistics of moving all your belongings from one place to another is a very large job and when you add packing, unpacking as well as choosing the right company to assist you with the move, it seems truly colossal as well as very stressful. Luckily there are couple of things you can do to make the move as simple as can be and considerably less stressful.

Packing as well as securing your belongings for transportation

One crucial thing you have to remember while packing is that you need a coherent list of steps that you’ll have to stick to through the whole process. It is best to create an inventory of every item you need to transport. Such a list will not only help you pack but also will allow you to check if all of your things were safely shipped to your new home. Removal entails transporting a great deal of various items, including a lot of small items that are easily forgettable under the pressure of time – a list will help you check if they all arrived to the place of destination safely. Another important step is labelling all the boxes as precisely as you can. One of the more helpful ways of tagging cardboards is by category. For example all the kitchen accessories and devices should be placed into cardboards tagged ‘kitchen’, all the duvets and blankets in the box tagged ‘bedroom’ etc. You’ll be surprised how time-saving tagging can be once you get to the unpacking part. Remember to label both sides and the top of the box, to make sure that you (and the hauler) can be sure which cardboard goes where, regardless of how they will be stacked in the transporting vehicle.

Be extra careful with delicate goods. Wrap them in protective layers of fabric and bubble foil and label them clearly (together with a “This way up” sign). You also need to make sure that the hauler is aware that he’ll be shipping fragile cargo as well as which boxes requires handling with caution.

When it comes to furniture, it’s imperative to take everything out of them before the removal as well as transport everything that was inside individually. Any loose items inside cupboards or cabinets could harm your furniture on the road. Additionally it is good to close all the furniture doors as well as drawers with some tape to make sure they won’t open on the road. You can use ordinary Scotch tape to do that. Another issue is the matter of loading the furniture into the shipping vehicle. Ahead of attempting to move your furniture out of the house, be certain that they will fit via front doors, stairways or into the elevator (if your old apartment has one). If so, you can move them without disassembling (make sure that you have at least 1 person to help you!). If they cannot, disassembling them is the only way to transport them safely. Be cautious with dismantling – be sure to store all the pins as well as screws gathered for example in a Ziploc bag and that you’ve secured all the elements of the furniture properly. Disassembling furniture is also a good idea when you want to fill the transporting car to the maximum, because dismantled furniture will take a lot less place.  

When securing minor items, like books, tableware, cosmetics and so on, boxes will be the most obvious choice. It’s almost certain that you will need more boxes than you have – however there is a couple of methods to acquire some more. Firstly you may acquire new cardboards in most of the home-improvement as well as construction stores. However since you’ll probably need quite a few boxes, you can choose a more affordable method. Try visiting nearby stores and ask if they have any cardboards they don’t need any more. Stores tend to have a great amount of needless cardboards and they are usually willing to give them away. 

Another options, instead of boxes would be using bags, especially for storing clothes and little items. There is a much bigger chance that you have some bags already at home. As mentioned, bags will serve as a decent choice for storing textiles, magazines and small things, but unfortunately they have a couple of disadvantages. Bags are much more flimsy than cardboards as well as prone to breaking, if you decide to use them for transporting things with edges (like books, stationery etc.). Moreover – stacking bags on top of each other is much harder than stacking cardboards in similar fashion.

Among the most difficult loads to transport are houseplants. It is always safest to move them personally, but if something prevents you from doing that, make sure that the hauler is aware of what he will be transporting. One day prior to the removal water the plants generously and let them sit. It’s important that the plants are watered enough to endure the shipment, but also to allow them to take in what they can before putting them in a cardboard (you must pour off the excess water gathered on the saucer, to make sure it won’t accidentally leak through the box).

Searching for suitable hauler

Certainly, besides properly securing your load for the removal, it is also crucial to find a suitable transport provider. Which factors must you consider when selecting the right person? Cost of the service, of course, is important, particularly on longer, routes between countries, but that’s only 1 factor. When shipping everything you have you need to in the first place consider if your load will be properly protected in the hands of the hauler. When posting your listing on a transport marketplace, such as Clicktrans, you not only may ask possible transport providers all the questions you require an answer to before making your decision about a transport provider but moreover you can check out reviews given by previous customers on each hauler’s profile page. Nothing can be more believable than feedback given by a person who’s already hired the hauler you are thinking of hiring.  

Prices of removal

The cost of removal is quite hard to estimate, because it varies considerably due to the weight and dimensions of the cargo as well as how long the route is. If you plan to ship many delicate things, the price is probable to go up. The same goes for international removals – routes within one country are usually more economical than transporting your things into another country.

Moving to a new house is one of the most common situations we can experience in our life. And even though we move at least a few times before settling for good, removals are still among the most trying activities possible. Just working out the logistics of moving all your belongings from one place to another is a very large job and when you add packing, unpacking as well as choosing the right company to assist you with the move, it seems truly colossal as well as very stressful. Luckily there are couple of things you can do to make the move as simple as can be and considerably less stressful.

Packing as well as securing your belongings for transportation

One crucial thing you have to remember while packing is that you need a coherent list of steps that you’ll have to stick to through the whole process. It is best to create an inventory of every item you need to transport. Such a list will not only help you pack but also will allow you to check if all of your things were safely shipped to your new home. Removal entails transporting a great deal of various items, including a lot of small items that are easily forgettable under the pressure of time – a list will help you check if they all arrived to the place of destination safely. Another important step is labelling all the boxes as precisely as you can. One of the more helpful ways of tagging cardboards is by category. For example all the kitchen accessories and devices should be placed into cardboards tagged ‘kitchen’, all the duvets and blankets in the box tagged ‘bedroom’ etc. You’ll be surprised how time-saving tagging can be once you get to the unpacking part. Remember to label both sides and the top of the box, to make sure that you (and the hauler) can be sure which cardboard goes where, regardless of how they will be stacked in the transporting vehicle.

Be extra careful with delicate goods. Wrap them in protective layers of fabric and bubble foil and label them clearly (together with a “This way up” sign). You also need to make sure that the hauler is aware that he’ll be shipping fragile cargo as well as which boxes requires handling with caution.

When it comes to furniture, it’s imperative to take everything out of them before the removal as well as transport everything that was inside individually. Any loose items inside cupboards or cabinets could harm your furniture on the road. Additionally it is good to close all the furniture doors as well as drawers with some tape to make sure they won’t open on the road. You can use ordinary Scotch tape to do that. Another issue is the matter of loading the furniture into the shipping vehicle. Ahead of attempting to move your furniture out of the house, be certain that they will fit via front doors, stairways or into the elevator (if your old apartment has one). If so, you can move them without disassembling (make sure that you have at least 1 person to help you!). If they cannot, disassembling them is the only way to transport them safely. Be cautious with dismantling – be sure to store all the pins as well as screws gathered for example in a Ziploc bag and that you’ve secured all the elements of the furniture properly. Disassembling furniture is also a good idea when you want to fill the transporting car to the maximum, because dismantled furniture will take a lot less place.  

When securing minor items, like books, tableware, cosmetics and so on, boxes will be the most obvious choice. It’s almost certain that you will need more boxes than you have – however there is a couple of methods to acquire some more. Firstly you may acquire new cardboards in most of the home-improvement as well as construction stores. However since you’ll probably need quite a few boxes, you can choose a more affordable method. Try visiting nearby stores and ask if they have any cardboards they don’t need any more. Stores tend to have a great amount of needless cardboards and they are usually willing to give them away. 

Another options, instead of boxes would be using bags, especially for storing clothes and little items. There is a much bigger chance that you have some bags already at home. As mentioned, bags will serve as a decent choice for storing textiles, magazines and small things, but unfortunately they have a couple of disadvantages. Bags are much more flimsy than cardboards as well as prone to breaking, if you decide to use them for transporting things with edges (like books, stationery etc.). Moreover – stacking bags on top of each other is much harder than stacking cardboards in similar fashion.

Among the most difficult loads to transport are houseplants. It is always safest to move them personally, but if something prevents you from doing that, make sure that the hauler is aware of what he will be transporting. One day prior to the removal water the plants generously and let them sit. It’s important that the plants are watered enough to endure the shipment, but also to allow them to take in what they can before putting them in a cardboard (you must pour off the excess water gathered on the saucer, to make sure it won’t accidentally leak through the box).

Searching for suitable hauler

Certainly, besides properly securing your load for the removal, it is also crucial to find a suitable transport provider. Which factors must you consider when selecting the right person? Cost of the service, of course, is important, particularly on longer, routes between countries, but that’s only 1 factor. When shipping everything you have you need to in the first place consider if your load will be properly protected in the hands of the hauler. When posting your listing on a transport marketplace, such as Clicktrans, you not only may ask possible transport providers all the questions you require an answer to before making your decision about a transport provider but moreover you can check out reviews given by previous customers on each hauler’s profile page. Nothing can be more believable than feedback given by a person who’s already hired the hauler you are thinking of hiring.  

Prices of removal

The cost of removal is quite hard to estimate, because it varies considerably due to the weight and dimensions of the cargo as well as how long the route is. If you plan to ship many delicate things, the price is probable to go up. The same goes for international removals – routes within one country are usually more economical than transporting your things into another country.

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