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I highly recommend Euro Vehicle Collections Ltd. They are professional and friendly,no hassel,the car got picked up on time and delivered on time would definetly reccomend

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Customer Gerry D.
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Route: East Whitburn - Dublin

Very happy with these guys professional friendly and kept me informed with the delivery until the end will definitely recommend and use again.

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Customer Raja N.
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Route: Burnley - Preston

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.

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Route: Ponferrada - Ayuntamiento De Albalat De Taronchers

Tips for preparing for transportation

If you are moving to your new apartment or redecorating your place it’s possible you’ll need furniture transportation. Regardless of whether we’re talking about your old furniture on removal or recently bought furniture straight from shop, furniture shipping is always a challenge. Of course the kind of furniture in need of shipment matters for example chairs and night tables could be transported inside your car, however a wardrobe or a kitchen table might become an issue. When you have a van at your disposal, you can transport the furniture on your own, but in most cases you’ll need help from a transport provider. If you are searching for a solid service with a reasonable price, try using a transport marketplace, for example Clicktrans.

Preparing furniture for transportation

When you need to move your furniture, there are rules you have to follow, when it comes to securing them for transportation. First of all, don’t forget to empty all the furniture – even if the items inside seem light. Jolts and vibrations are almost impossible to avoid on the road and all of the items roaming freely within your furniture might become a potential danger. Also empty furniture will be easier to move.

Disassemble every part that you can – if your furniture can be safely disassembled and transported in parts, it will be the safest way to ship it. A bookcase in parts will also be more simple to fit inside of a van. The major downside of such a solution is that it takes some time and skill, as unskilfully disassembled furniture can be hard or downright impossible to put back together in your new home. Other than that – you must be extra cautious when shipping all the really small pieces (like pins or screws). It’s safer to transport them together, for example in a Ziploc bag.

Some types of furniture (for example antiques) mustn’t be disassembled and have to be shipped in one piece. What’s the best way to ship them securely? Chance that you will find a box suitable to fit an armchair is rather small, but there are other ways to secure it for the shipping. While preparing furniture for shipment bubble wrap is essential. Wrap all the delicate elements and every corner in bubble foil to save your load from damaging in case anything bumps into it during shipment. If you cannot acquire bubble foil, you can try using cardboard to secure the corners.

If your furniture has some extra delicate parts (like containing glass or delicate fabrics) you should take extra care while transporting it. If it’s possible, it’s best to ship them independently, wrapped in protective layers of cloth or bubble foil (every glass element should be shipped that way). If it’s a part of furniture that can’t be disassembled, enclose it in additional layers of bubble foil. Don’t forget to mention to the hauler that he will be shipping fragile cargo.

Like we’ve mentioned before, most of the time you will need assistance with transporting furniture. When looking for a hauler it’s good to find out whether he offers assistance with loading as well as unloading. Don’t forget to mention from which floor they should be taken and to which floor they should be moved – and if there is an elevator the haulers can use.  

If your furniture is of great value (also – of sentimental value) you should consider finding a transport provider that can provide a carrier liability insurance. Hiring him will likely cost more, however in case anything happens to your furniture during shipment, you will be entitled to compensation.

Cost of furniture transportation

Because furniture is a quite diverse category, a price of furniture shipment may be rather hard to predict. When estimating the price of shipment you have to consider the route length, whether it’s a domestic or an international job, how big and how heavy the cargo is, if the cargo is fragile etc. A proven way to cut the price of furniture transportation is to choose a transport provider who is travelling on your route anyway – this way you will pay considerably less for the shipment, without losing the quality of the service.

If you are moving to your new apartment or redecorating your place it’s possible you’ll need furniture transportation. Regardless of whether we’re talking about your old furniture on removal or recently bought furniture straight from shop, furniture shipping is always a challenge. Of course the kind of furniture in need of shipment matters for example chairs and night tables could be transported inside your car, however a wardrobe or a kitchen table might become an issue. When you have a van at your disposal, you can transport the furniture on your own, but in most cases you’ll need help from a transport provider. If you are searching for a solid service with a reasonable price, try using a transport marketplace, for example Clicktrans.

Preparing furniture for transportation

When you need to move your furniture, there are rules you have to follow, when it comes to securing them for transportation. First of all, don’t forget to empty all the furniture – even if the items inside seem light. Jolts and vibrations are almost impossible to avoid on the road and all of the items roaming freely within your furniture might become a potential danger. Also empty furniture will be easier to move.

Disassemble every part that you can – if your furniture can be safely disassembled and transported in parts, it will be the safest way to ship it. A bookcase in parts will also be more simple to fit inside of a van. The major downside of such a solution is that it takes some time and skill, as unskilfully disassembled furniture can be hard or downright impossible to put back together in your new home. Other than that – you must be extra cautious when shipping all the really small pieces (like pins or screws). It’s safer to transport them together, for example in a Ziploc bag.

Some types of furniture (for example antiques) mustn’t be disassembled and have to be shipped in one piece. What’s the best way to ship them securely? Chance that you will find a box suitable to fit an armchair is rather small, but there are other ways to secure it for the shipping. While preparing furniture for shipment bubble wrap is essential. Wrap all the delicate elements and every corner in bubble foil to save your load from damaging in case anything bumps into it during shipment. If you cannot acquire bubble foil, you can try using cardboard to secure the corners.

If your furniture has some extra delicate parts (like containing glass or delicate fabrics) you should take extra care while transporting it. If it’s possible, it’s best to ship them independently, wrapped in protective layers of cloth or bubble foil (every glass element should be shipped that way). If it’s a part of furniture that can’t be disassembled, enclose it in additional layers of bubble foil. Don’t forget to mention to the hauler that he will be shipping fragile cargo.

Like we’ve mentioned before, most of the time you will need assistance with transporting furniture. When looking for a hauler it’s good to find out whether he offers assistance with loading as well as unloading. Don’t forget to mention from which floor they should be taken and to which floor they should be moved – and if there is an elevator the haulers can use.  

If your furniture is of great value (also – of sentimental value) you should consider finding a transport provider that can provide a carrier liability insurance. Hiring him will likely cost more, however in case anything happens to your furniture during shipment, you will be entitled to compensation.

Cost of furniture transportation

Because furniture is a quite diverse category, a price of furniture shipment may be rather hard to predict. When estimating the price of shipment you have to consider the route length, whether it’s a domestic or an international job, how big and how heavy the cargo is, if the cargo is fragile etc. A proven way to cut the price of furniture transportation is to choose a transport provider who is travelling on your route anyway – this way you will pay considerably less for the shipment, without losing the quality of the service.

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