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Route: Peterborough - Alpicella

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Route: Leamington Spa - Granada

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Route: Saarbrücken - Luton

Tips for preparing for transportation

Moving to a new apartment is one of the most ordinary situations we can experience in our days. And despite the fact we change the place we live in averagely a few times in our lifetime, removals are still among the most nerve-wracking happenings possible. Just working out the organization of moving everything you have between houses is an enormous task and when you add packing, unpacking and choosing the right company to assist you with the move, it seems truly colossal as well as quite stressful. Luckily there are a few ways to make the move as simple as possible and significantly less stressful.

Packing as well as securing your items for transportation

One crucial thing you have to remember while preparing for the removal is that you should create a precise plan that you’ll have to stick to through the whole process. It is best to make an inventory of all the things you need to transport. Such a list can not only make the packing easier but additionally will allow you to check if all of your things were safely shipped to your new home. Removal calls for transporting a great deal of various items, including a lot of small things that can be easily misplaced under the pressure of time – an inventory will ensure that you will remember to check if they all arrived to the place of destination safely. Another crucial step is labelling all the boxes as precisely as you can. One of the more common methods of tagging boxes is by the room name. So all the kitchen supplies and devices should be placed into boxes labelled ‘kitchen’, all the duvets as well as jewellery in the box labelled ‘bedroom’ etc. You’ll quickly find out 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) will be able to recognize which cardboard goes where, regardless of how they will be stacked in the shipping vehicle.

Take special care when preparing to transport fragile things. Wrap them in thick layers of fabric and bubble wrap and then tag them in an easily visible place (including a “This way up” label). You should also ensure that the hauler knows that he’ll be shipping delicate cargo and which boxes requires handling with caution.

When you want to transport furniture, it’s crucial to empty them prior to the removal as well as ship everything that was inside individually. Any unattached items in closets or cabinets can damage your furniture during transportation. Additionally it is good to secure all the furniture doors as well as drawers using tape to make sure they won’t open during shipment. You can use regular Scotch tape to do that. There is also a matter of putting the furniture inside the shipping vehicle. Ahead of attempting to move your furniture out of the apartment, make sure that you’ll be able to transport them through the front doors, stairways or into the elevator (if your building has one). If they do, you can transport them without disassembling (find at least 1 person to help you!). If they can’t, disassembling them is the only method to transport them safely. Be careful with dismantling – make sure you store all the nails and bolts in one place like in a Ziploc bag and that you’ve secured delicate parts of the furniture sufficiently. Dismantling furniture is also smart when you want to use the shipping car to the maximum, as dismantled furniture will take a lot less place.  

Whenever packing minor items, such as magazines, kitchen appliances, decorations and much more, cardboards will be the smartest choice. It’s most likely that you will need more boxes than you have – but there is a couple of methods to acquire additional boxes. Firstly you may get new boxes in most of the home-improvement and construction stores. But as you’ll most likely need lots of cardboards, you can choose a more affordable way. Visit nearby stores and see if they have some cardboards they don’t need any more. Shops tend to have a great amount of unnecessary cardboards and most of the time they are happy to give them away. 

An alternative to boxes will be using bags, especially for storing textiles as well as little stuff. There is a quite higher chance that you will find the bags at home. As mentioned, bags will be a decent choice for packing textiles, magazines and small items, there are some downsides, though. Bags are much more flimsy than boxes and prone to tearing, if you decide to use them for transporting things with edges (for example books, cutlery and such). Also – placing bags on top of each other is much harder than stacking boxes in similar fashion.

One of the most difficult items to ship are houseplants. It’s obviously best to move them individually, but if something prevents you from doing that, you need to be certain that the hauler is aware of what he will be transporting. A day before the transportation water the plants generously and let them sit. It’s important that the plants are watered enough to suffer through the shipment, but it’s equally important to let them absorb what they can before putting the plants in a box (you have to pour off the excess water gathered on the saucer, so that it won’t soak through the cardboard).

Choosing the right transport provider

Obviously, apart from properly securing your items for the shipment, it is also important to select a suitable transport provider. Which factors must you consider while selecting the right person? Price, of course, is of importance, especially on longer, routes between countries, however that’s only one of the things to consider. When shipping everything you have you need to in the first place consider if your load will be safe in the hands of the transport provider. Whenever listing your delivery on a transport marketplace, like Clicktrans, you not only can ask prospective haulers all the questions you need answered before deciding upon a hauler but moreover you can check out feedback given by former customers on each transport provider’s profile page. Not much can be more reliable than feedback left by someone who’s already used the services of the hauler you are considering.  

Prices of removal

The cost of removal is pretty hard to estimate, because it varies considerably because of how much the cargo weights and how big it is as well as the route length. If your removal consist of a lot of delicate things, the cost is probable to go up. The same goes for removals between countries – routes within one country are normally less pricey than transporting your load into another country.

Moving to a new apartment is one of the most ordinary situations we can experience in our days. And despite the fact we change the place we live in averagely a few times in our lifetime, removals are still among the most nerve-wracking happenings possible. Just working out the organization of moving everything you have between houses is an enormous task and when you add packing, unpacking and choosing the right company to assist you with the move, it seems truly colossal as well as quite stressful. Luckily there are a few ways to make the move as simple as possible and significantly less stressful.

Packing as well as securing your items for transportation

One crucial thing you have to remember while preparing for the removal is that you should create a precise plan that you’ll have to stick to through the whole process. It is best to make an inventory of all the things you need to transport. Such a list can not only make the packing easier but additionally will allow you to check if all of your things were safely shipped to your new home. Removal calls for transporting a great deal of various items, including a lot of small things that can be easily misplaced under the pressure of time – an inventory will ensure that you will remember to check if they all arrived to the place of destination safely. Another crucial step is labelling all the boxes as precisely as you can. One of the more common methods of tagging boxes is by the room name. So all the kitchen supplies and devices should be placed into boxes labelled ‘kitchen’, all the duvets as well as jewellery in the box labelled ‘bedroom’ etc. You’ll quickly find out 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) will be able to recognize which cardboard goes where, regardless of how they will be stacked in the shipping vehicle.

Take special care when preparing to transport fragile things. Wrap them in thick layers of fabric and bubble wrap and then tag them in an easily visible place (including a “This way up” label). You should also ensure that the hauler knows that he’ll be shipping delicate cargo and which boxes requires handling with caution.

When you want to transport furniture, it’s crucial to empty them prior to the removal as well as ship everything that was inside individually. Any unattached items in closets or cabinets can damage your furniture during transportation. Additionally it is good to secure all the furniture doors as well as drawers using tape to make sure they won’t open during shipment. You can use regular Scotch tape to do that. There is also a matter of putting the furniture inside the shipping vehicle. Ahead of attempting to move your furniture out of the apartment, make sure that you’ll be able to transport them through the front doors, stairways or into the elevator (if your building has one). If they do, you can transport them without disassembling (find at least 1 person to help you!). If they can’t, disassembling them is the only method to transport them safely. Be careful with dismantling – make sure you store all the nails and bolts in one place like in a Ziploc bag and that you’ve secured delicate parts of the furniture sufficiently. Dismantling furniture is also smart when you want to use the shipping car to the maximum, as dismantled furniture will take a lot less place.  

Whenever packing minor items, such as magazines, kitchen appliances, decorations and much more, cardboards will be the smartest choice. It’s most likely that you will need more boxes than you have – but there is a couple of methods to acquire additional boxes. Firstly you may get new boxes in most of the home-improvement and construction stores. But as you’ll most likely need lots of cardboards, you can choose a more affordable way. Visit nearby stores and see if they have some cardboards they don’t need any more. Shops tend to have a great amount of unnecessary cardboards and most of the time they are happy to give them away. 

An alternative to boxes will be using bags, especially for storing textiles as well as little stuff. There is a quite higher chance that you will find the bags at home. As mentioned, bags will be a decent choice for packing textiles, magazines and small items, there are some downsides, though. Bags are much more flimsy than boxes and prone to tearing, if you decide to use them for transporting things with edges (for example books, cutlery and such). Also – placing bags on top of each other is much harder than stacking boxes in similar fashion.

One of the most difficult items to ship are houseplants. It’s obviously best to move them individually, but if something prevents you from doing that, you need to be certain that the hauler is aware of what he will be transporting. A day before the transportation water the plants generously and let them sit. It’s important that the plants are watered enough to suffer through the shipment, but it’s equally important to let them absorb what they can before putting the plants in a box (you have to pour off the excess water gathered on the saucer, so that it won’t soak through the cardboard).

Choosing the right transport provider

Obviously, apart from properly securing your items for the shipment, it is also important to select a suitable transport provider. Which factors must you consider while selecting the right person? Price, of course, is of importance, especially on longer, routes between countries, however that’s only one of the things to consider. When shipping everything you have you need to in the first place consider if your load will be safe in the hands of the transport provider. Whenever listing your delivery on a transport marketplace, like Clicktrans, you not only can ask prospective haulers all the questions you need answered before deciding upon a hauler but moreover you can check out feedback given by former customers on each transport provider’s profile page. Not much can be more reliable than feedback left by someone who’s already used the services of the hauler you are considering.  

Prices of removal

The cost of removal is pretty hard to estimate, because it varies considerably because of how much the cargo weights and how big it is as well as the route length. If your removal consist of a lot of delicate things, the cost is probable to go up. The same goes for removals between countries – routes within one country are normally less pricey than transporting your load into another country.

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