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Customer Dan D.
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Route: Amsterdam - Aalborg

Fantastic service and unbeatable price. Sandris had no prior feedback yet I trusted him to deliver an expensive chair and ottoman for me. I am so glad I did. Communicated with me the whole time; collected from someone I did not know; excellent timekeeping

armchair + ottoman

Customer Sandris V.
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Route: Zürich - Wimbledon

Fantastic service and unbeatable price. Sandris had no prior feedback yet I trusted him to deliver an expensive chair and ottoman for me. I am so glad I did. Communicated with me the whole time; collected from someone I did not know; excellent timekeeping

armchair + ottoman

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Route: Zürich - Wimbledon

Tips for preparing for transportation

If you are in the process of moving to your new house or changing the decor it is likely you’ll need furniture transportation. Whether we’re talking about your old furniture on removal or brand new furniture, furniture transportation is usually quite problematic. Of course the kind of furniture in need of shipment matters – chairs and bedside tables might be transported inside regular car, but a bookcase or a kitchen table will likely become an issue. When you posses a van, you can transport the furniture on your own, however if you don’t, you will require help from a transport provider. In search for a solid service that won’t cost a fortune, try using a transport marketplace, for example Clicktrans.

Preparing furniture for transportation

When you plan to move your furniture, there are rules you ought to follow, when it comes to securing them for transportation. Firstly, don’t forget to remove all the contents from the furniture – even if things inside are light. Some jolts and shocks are almost impossible to avoid during transportation and all of the items moving uncontrollably within your furniture might damage it. Also furniture without any content will be lighter and therefore easier to load.

Dismantle every part that you can – if your furniture can be dismantled without damage and transported in parts, it will be the safest way to transport it. A table in parts is also much easier to fit inside of a van. The major downside of shipping furniture in pieces is that the disassembling can be time-consuming, as unskilfully dismantled furniture might be hard or even impossible to put back together after transportation. Other than that – it’s good to be extra cautious when shipping all the really small pieces (screws etc.). It’s safer to ship them separately, e.g. in a Ziploc bag.

There is furniture (especially antiques) that mustn’t be dismantled and have to be shipped as a whole. How to transport them safely? The possibility that you will find a cardboard suitable to fit an armchair is rather small, however you can still secure your cargo for the shipping. When preparing furniture for transportation bubble wrap will be essential. Wrap all the fragile places as well as all the corners with bubble wrap to prevent your load from damaging if anything crashes into it during transportation. If you cannot acquire bubble foil, you may also use cardboard to protect the corners.

When you’re transporting furniture with some especially delicate parts (for example containing glass or delicate fabrics) you must take extra care during shipment. If it’s possible, you should transport them independently, wrapped in thick layer of cloth or bubble wrap (all glass shelves should be shipped that way). If it’s a part of furniture that can’t be dismantled, wrap it in additional layers of bubble wrap. Don’t forget to tell the hauler that he will be transporting fragile cargo.

As was mentioned above, most of the time you will require assistance with shipping furniture. When looking for a hauler it’s smart to determine whether he offers assistance with loading as well as unloading. Don’t forget to specify from which floor they should be taken and to which floor they should be moved – and if there is an elevator available.  

If your furniture is of great value (even if it’s just sentimental) you should consider finding a transport provider that can provide a carrier liability insurance. Hiring him will probably be more expensive, but should something happen to your load during transportation, you will have right to reimbursement.

Cost of furniture shipment

Because furniture is a very wide category, a cost of furniture shipment may vary considerably. When estimating the price of shipment you should take into consideration the route length, type of job (domestic or international), how big and how heavy the cargo is, if the load is fragile and so on. A good way to lower the cost of furniture transportation is to find a hauler who will take your furniture as a partial load – this way you can pay considerably less for the shipment, keeping high quality of the service.

If you are in the process of moving to your new house or changing the decor it is likely you’ll need furniture transportation. Whether we’re talking about your old furniture on removal or brand new furniture, furniture transportation is usually quite problematic. Of course the kind of furniture in need of shipment matters – chairs and bedside tables might be transported inside regular car, but a bookcase or a kitchen table will likely become an issue. When you posses a van, you can transport the furniture on your own, however if you don’t, you will require help from a transport provider. In search for a solid service that won’t cost a fortune, try using a transport marketplace, for example Clicktrans.

Preparing furniture for transportation

When you plan to move your furniture, there are rules you ought to follow, when it comes to securing them for transportation. Firstly, don’t forget to remove all the contents from the furniture – even if things inside are light. Some jolts and shocks are almost impossible to avoid during transportation and all of the items moving uncontrollably within your furniture might damage it. Also furniture without any content will be lighter and therefore easier to load.

Dismantle every part that you can – if your furniture can be dismantled without damage and transported in parts, it will be the safest way to transport it. A table in parts is also much easier to fit inside of a van. The major downside of shipping furniture in pieces is that the disassembling can be time-consuming, as unskilfully dismantled furniture might be hard or even impossible to put back together after transportation. Other than that – it’s good to be extra cautious when shipping all the really small pieces (screws etc.). It’s safer to ship them separately, e.g. in a Ziploc bag.

There is furniture (especially antiques) that mustn’t be dismantled and have to be shipped as a whole. How to transport them safely? The possibility that you will find a cardboard suitable to fit an armchair is rather small, however you can still secure your cargo for the shipping. When preparing furniture for transportation bubble wrap will be essential. Wrap all the fragile places as well as all the corners with bubble wrap to prevent your load from damaging if anything crashes into it during transportation. If you cannot acquire bubble foil, you may also use cardboard to protect the corners.

When you’re transporting furniture with some especially delicate parts (for example containing glass or delicate fabrics) you must take extra care during shipment. If it’s possible, you should transport them independently, wrapped in thick layer of cloth or bubble wrap (all glass shelves should be shipped that way). If it’s a part of furniture that can’t be dismantled, wrap it in additional layers of bubble wrap. Don’t forget to tell the hauler that he will be transporting fragile cargo.

As was mentioned above, most of the time you will require assistance with shipping furniture. When looking for a hauler it’s smart to determine whether he offers assistance with loading as well as unloading. Don’t forget to specify from which floor they should be taken and to which floor they should be moved – and if there is an elevator available.  

If your furniture is of great value (even if it’s just sentimental) you should consider finding a transport provider that can provide a carrier liability insurance. Hiring him will probably be more expensive, but should something happen to your load during transportation, you will have right to reimbursement.

Cost of furniture shipment

Because furniture is a very wide category, a cost of furniture shipment may vary considerably. When estimating the price of shipment you should take into consideration the route length, type of job (domestic or international), how big and how heavy the cargo is, if the load is fragile and so on. A good way to lower the cost of furniture transportation is to find a hauler who will take your furniture as a partial load – this way you can pay considerably less for the shipment, keeping high quality of the service.

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