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Very friendly contact. Fully reliable. Transported my car "like an egg" - I received it and everything was great. Very nice and helpful driver.

Vito Tourer

Customer Dan D.
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Route: Regensburg - Gräddö

Good service and good communication.

Un teclado electrónico (piano) más el pie de apoyo.

Customer António A.
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Route: Madrid - London

I recommend cooperation, all in accordance with the contract, regular contact, money on time. Jorge is very helpful and kind. I want to more such principals.

Aprox. 20 metros cúbicos de cajas y unos pocos de muebles...

Customer Jorge R.
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Route: Ponferrada - Ayuntamiento De Albalat De Taronchers

Tips for preparing for transportation

Moving to a new apartment is one of the most ordinary situations we can come across in our life. And despite the fact we move at least a few times in our lifetime, removals are still some of the most nerve-wracking activities possible. Just figuring out the logistics of shipping all your belongings between houses is a very large task and with securing your belongings for transportation, unpacking and choosing the best company to assist you with removal, it seems truly colossal and very nerve-wracking. Thankfully there are a few ways to make the move as simple as can be as well as significantly less nerve-wracking.

Packing as well as securing your items for transportation

The most important thing you have to remember while preparing for the removal is that you should create a clear plan that you’ll have to abide by during the move. It is smart to make an inventory of all the things you want transported. It can not only make the packing easier but additionally will allow you to make sure that all your belongings were safely shipped to your new home. Removal entails shipping a great deal of various items, including a big amount of small things that are easily forgettable when packed in a hurry – an inventory will ensure that you will remember to check if they all arrived to the place of destination safely. Another important step is labelling all the cardboards as precisely as you are able to. One of the more useful ways of tagging cardboards is by category. So all the kitchen accessories and appliances should be placed into cardboards tagged ‘kitchen’, all the duvets as well as blankets in the cardboards tagged ‘bedroom’ and so on. You’ll be surprised how time-saving tagging can be once you start the unpacking. Don’t forget to label both sides and the top of the box, to make sure that you (as well as the hauler) can be sure which cardboard goes where, no matter how they will be placed in the transporting vehicle.

Be extra careful with fragile things. Wrap them in protective layers of textiles as well as bubble foil and then tag them in an easily visible place (including a “This way up” label). You should also ensure that the transport provider is aware that he’ll be shipping fragile cargo and which cardboards requires handling with care.

When you are shipping furniture, it’s crucial to take everything out of them before the removal as well as ship everything that was inside individually. Any loose items inside closets and cabinets can damage your furniture during transportation. It’s also good to secure all the furniture doors as well as drawers with some tape so that they won’t open on the road. You may use ordinary Scotch tape to do that. There is also a matter of putting the furniture into the transporting vehicle. Before trying to move your furniture out of the house, be certain that you’ll be able to transport them via front doors, stairways and into the elevator (if your old apartment has one). If they do, you’ll be able to move them without dismantling (be sure to have at least 1 person to assist you!). If they can’t, disassembling them is the sole way to ship them without harm. Be cautious with that – make sure you store all the nails and bolts in one place for example in a Ziploc bag and that you’ve secured all the elements of the furniture sufficiently. Disassembling furniture is also smart whenever you want to fill the transporting car to the maximum, as dismantled furniture will take a lot less place.  

Whenever packing smaller things, such as magazines, kitchen appliances, cosmetics etc., boxes will be the smartest choice. It’s almost certain that you will need more boxes than you have – however there is a couple of ways to get some more. Firstly you can acquire new cardboards in all home-improvement as well as construction stores. However since you’ll most likely require lots of cardboards, you may decide upon a more budget-friendly method. Go to your local shops and ask if they have any boxes they no longer need. Stores usually possess a great amount of unneeded boxes and most of the time they are willing to give them away. 

Another options, instead of boxes will be using bags, especially for transporting clothes as well as small items. There is a quite bigger possibility that you will find the bags at home. As mentioned, bags will be a decent choice when storing textiles, magazines as well as little things, there are some downsides, though. Bags are much more flimsy than boxes as well as susceptible to breaking, if you choose to use them for shipping items with edges (for example books, stationery and so on). Moreover – stacking bags on top of each other is much more difficult than stacking boxes in similar fashion.

Among the most difficult items to ship are houseplants. It is obviously smartest to ship them personally, however if something prevents you from doing that, you need to be certain that the transport provider knows what he is going to ship. One day prior to the move water the plants thoroughly and give them a moment. It’s crucial that the plants have enough water to suffer through the transportation, but also to allow them to absorb what they can prior to putting them in a container (you have to pour off the excess water gathered on the saucer, to make sure it won’t accidentally leak through the box).

Searching for the right hauler

Obviously, aside from suitably securing your items for the shipment, it is equally important to choose a suitable hauler. Which factors should you acknowledge when selecting the right person? Cost of the service, of course, is important, particularly on lengthy, routes between countries, however that’s only 1 factor. When transporting everything you have you should in the first place consider if your load will be safe in the hands of the hauler. When posting your listing on a shipping marketplace, such as Clicktrans, you not only may ask prospective transport providers every question you require an answer to before deciding upon a hauler but moreover you can read feedback left by former customers on each transport provider’s profile page. Not much is more believable than reviews given by a person who’s already used the services of the transport provider you are considering.  

Prices of removal

Price of removal is quite hard to estimate, as it changes, sometimes drastically because of how much the cargo weights and how big it is or the route length. If your removal consist of many delicate things, the cost is probable to go up. It’s similar for removals between countries – routes within one country are normally cheaper than shipping your load across borders.

Moving to a new apartment is one of the most ordinary situations we can come across in our life. And despite the fact we move at least a few times in our lifetime, removals are still some of the most nerve-wracking activities possible. Just figuring out the logistics of shipping all your belongings between houses is a very large task and with securing your belongings for transportation, unpacking and choosing the best company to assist you with removal, it seems truly colossal and very nerve-wracking. Thankfully there are a few ways to make the move as simple as can be as well as significantly less nerve-wracking.

Packing as well as securing your items for transportation

The most important thing you have to remember while preparing for the removal is that you should create a clear plan that you’ll have to abide by during the move. It is smart to make an inventory of all the things you want transported. It can not only make the packing easier but additionally will allow you to make sure that all your belongings were safely shipped to your new home. Removal entails shipping a great deal of various items, including a big amount of small things that are easily forgettable when packed in a hurry – an inventory will ensure that you will remember to check if they all arrived to the place of destination safely. Another important step is labelling all the cardboards as precisely as you are able to. One of the more useful ways of tagging cardboards is by category. So all the kitchen accessories and appliances should be placed into cardboards tagged ‘kitchen’, all the duvets as well as blankets in the cardboards tagged ‘bedroom’ and so on. You’ll be surprised how time-saving tagging can be once you start the unpacking. Don’t forget to label both sides and the top of the box, to make sure that you (as well as the hauler) can be sure which cardboard goes where, no matter how they will be placed in the transporting vehicle.

Be extra careful with fragile things. Wrap them in protective layers of textiles as well as bubble foil and then tag them in an easily visible place (including a “This way up” label). You should also ensure that the transport provider is aware that he’ll be shipping fragile cargo and which cardboards requires handling with care.

When you are shipping furniture, it’s crucial to take everything out of them before the removal as well as ship everything that was inside individually. Any loose items inside closets and cabinets can damage your furniture during transportation. It’s also good to secure all the furniture doors as well as drawers with some tape so that they won’t open on the road. You may use ordinary Scotch tape to do that. There is also a matter of putting the furniture into the transporting vehicle. Before trying to move your furniture out of the house, be certain that you’ll be able to transport them via front doors, stairways and into the elevator (if your old apartment has one). If they do, you’ll be able to move them without dismantling (be sure to have at least 1 person to assist you!). If they can’t, disassembling them is the sole way to ship them without harm. Be cautious with that – make sure you store all the nails and bolts in one place for example in a Ziploc bag and that you’ve secured all the elements of the furniture sufficiently. Disassembling furniture is also smart whenever you want to fill the transporting car to the maximum, as dismantled furniture will take a lot less place.  

Whenever packing smaller things, such as magazines, kitchen appliances, cosmetics etc., boxes will be the smartest choice. It’s almost certain that you will need more boxes than you have – however there is a couple of ways to get some more. Firstly you can acquire new cardboards in all home-improvement as well as construction stores. However since you’ll most likely require lots of cardboards, you may decide upon a more budget-friendly method. Go to your local shops and ask if they have any boxes they no longer need. Stores usually possess a great amount of unneeded boxes and most of the time they are willing to give them away. 

Another options, instead of boxes will be using bags, especially for transporting clothes as well as small items. There is a quite bigger possibility that you will find the bags at home. As mentioned, bags will be a decent choice when storing textiles, magazines as well as little things, there are some downsides, though. Bags are much more flimsy than boxes as well as susceptible to breaking, if you choose to use them for shipping items with edges (for example books, stationery and so on). Moreover – stacking bags on top of each other is much more difficult than stacking boxes in similar fashion.

Among the most difficult items to ship are houseplants. It is obviously smartest to ship them personally, however if something prevents you from doing that, you need to be certain that the transport provider knows what he is going to ship. One day prior to the move water the plants thoroughly and give them a moment. It’s crucial that the plants have enough water to suffer through the transportation, but also to allow them to absorb what they can prior to putting them in a container (you have to pour off the excess water gathered on the saucer, to make sure it won’t accidentally leak through the box).

Searching for the right hauler

Obviously, aside from suitably securing your items for the shipment, it is equally important to choose a suitable hauler. Which factors should you acknowledge when selecting the right person? Cost of the service, of course, is important, particularly on lengthy, routes between countries, however that’s only 1 factor. When transporting everything you have you should in the first place consider if your load will be safe in the hands of the hauler. When posting your listing on a shipping marketplace, such as Clicktrans, you not only may ask prospective transport providers every question you require an answer to before deciding upon a hauler but moreover you can read feedback left by former customers on each transport provider’s profile page. Not much is more believable than reviews given by a person who’s already used the services of the transport provider you are considering.  

Prices of removal

Price of removal is quite hard to estimate, as it changes, sometimes drastically because of how much the cargo weights and how big it is or the route length. If your removal consist of many delicate things, the cost is probable to go up. It’s similar for removals between countries – routes within one country are normally cheaper than shipping your load across borders.

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