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Everything worked out exactly as discussed beforehand. Reliable, friendly, couldn't have been better. Would definitely use again.

Pick up (and load) about 24 pairs of dumbbells (total weight around 1100 kg), plus racks

Customer Olubunmi B.
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Route: Barry - Witney

I highly recommend this company if you are looking for extra care and personalized service. Thank you very much, Robert, for all your attention!

2 to London Wembley

Customer Robert Z.
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Route: Madrid - Wembley

Our beloved pet rabbit has been delivered safe and sound. Delivery driver has taken extra care transporting it to final destination and he reached his new home on the date and time we agreed. Recommend the driver for he's punctuality and unbeatable price.

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Route: Biggar - Detva

Tips for preparing for transportation

If you are moving to your new home or sprucing your place up by adding some new items it’s possible you’ll need furniture transportation. Whether we’re talking about your old furniture on removal or recently bought furniture straight from shop, furniture shipping is usually quite problematic. Of course it depends on what kind of furniture needs transportation – shelves or night tables might fit inside regular car, however a bookcase or a dinner table will likely be problematic to ship. If you posses a van, you can ship the load on your own, but if you don’t, you will require assistance from a transport provider. If you are searching for a solid solution with a reasonable price, consider trying a transport marketplace, like Clicktrans.

Preparing furniture for shipment

When planning to move your furniture, there are rules you have to follow, when it comes to securing them for shipment. First of all, remember to empty all the furniture – even if the items inside seem few. Jolts and vibrations are inevitable on the road and every extra item moving freely inside your furniture may damage it. Besides furniture without any content will be lighter and therefore easier to move.

Dismantle every part that you can – if your furniture may be dismantled without damage and shipped in parts, it will be the safest way to ship it. A bookcase in pieces 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 disassembled furniture can be hard or downright impossible to put back together after transportation. Also – it’s good to be extra cautious with tiny pieces (screws etc.). It’s safer to transport them separately, for example in a Ziploc bag.

There is furniture (especially antiques) that mustn’t be dismantled and must be shipped in one piece. What’s the best way to ship them safely? Chance that you have a cardboard suitable to fit an armchair is rather small, however there are other ways to secure your cargo for the time of transportation. When securing furniture for the time of shipment bubble foil will be essential. Enclose all the delicate parts and every corner in bubble foil to save your cargo from breaking in case some other load bumps into it during shipment. If you don’t have bubble wrap, you can try using cardboard to secure the corners.

If your furniture has some especially fragile elements (like made of glass) you ought to be especially careful during shipment. If it’s possible, it’s best to ship them separately, wrapped in protective layers of cloth or bubble foil (all glass shelves should be transported that way). If it’s a part of furniture that cannot be disassembled, enclose it in additional layers of bubble foil. And remember to mention to the hauler that he’s transporting delicate load.

Like we’ve mentioned before, most of the time you will require help with shipping furniture. When searching for a hauler it’s convenient to find out if he offers help with loading and unloading. Don’t forget to specify the floor they should be taken from and the floor they must be transported to – and if there is an elevator the haulers can use.  

If your furniture is valuable (even if it’s just sentimental) you should look for 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 shipment, you will have right to reimbursement.

Price of furniture transportation

Since furniture is a quite wide section, a price of furniture transportation can be rather hard to predict. When estimating the cost of transportation you should take into consideration the route length, type of job (domestic or international), size and weight of the cargo, whether the cargo is fragile etc. A valid way to lower the cost of furniture shipment is to hire a hauler who will take your furniture as a partial load – this way you will pay considerably less for the shipment, keeping high quality of the service.

If you are moving to your new home or sprucing your place up by adding some new items it’s possible you’ll need furniture transportation. Whether we’re talking about your old furniture on removal or recently bought furniture straight from shop, furniture shipping is usually quite problematic. Of course it depends on what kind of furniture needs transportation – shelves or night tables might fit inside regular car, however a bookcase or a dinner table will likely be problematic to ship. If you posses a van, you can ship the load on your own, but if you don’t, you will require assistance from a transport provider. If you are searching for a solid solution with a reasonable price, consider trying a transport marketplace, like Clicktrans.

Preparing furniture for shipment

When planning to move your furniture, there are rules you have to follow, when it comes to securing them for shipment. First of all, remember to empty all the furniture – even if the items inside seem few. Jolts and vibrations are inevitable on the road and every extra item moving freely inside your furniture may damage it. Besides furniture without any content will be lighter and therefore easier to move.

Dismantle every part that you can – if your furniture may be dismantled without damage and shipped in parts, it will be the safest way to ship it. A bookcase in pieces 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 disassembled furniture can be hard or downright impossible to put back together after transportation. Also – it’s good to be extra cautious with tiny pieces (screws etc.). It’s safer to transport them separately, for example in a Ziploc bag.

There is furniture (especially antiques) that mustn’t be dismantled and must be shipped in one piece. What’s the best way to ship them safely? Chance that you have a cardboard suitable to fit an armchair is rather small, however there are other ways to secure your cargo for the time of transportation. When securing furniture for the time of shipment bubble foil will be essential. Enclose all the delicate parts and every corner in bubble foil to save your cargo from breaking in case some other load bumps into it during shipment. If you don’t have bubble wrap, you can try using cardboard to secure the corners.

If your furniture has some especially fragile elements (like made of glass) you ought to be especially careful during shipment. If it’s possible, it’s best to ship them separately, wrapped in protective layers of cloth or bubble foil (all glass shelves should be transported that way). If it’s a part of furniture that cannot be disassembled, enclose it in additional layers of bubble foil. And remember to mention to the hauler that he’s transporting delicate load.

Like we’ve mentioned before, most of the time you will require help with shipping furniture. When searching for a hauler it’s convenient to find out if he offers help with loading and unloading. Don’t forget to specify the floor they should be taken from and the floor they must be transported to – and if there is an elevator the haulers can use.  

If your furniture is valuable (even if it’s just sentimental) you should look for 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 shipment, you will have right to reimbursement.

Price of furniture transportation

Since furniture is a quite wide section, a price of furniture transportation can be rather hard to predict. When estimating the cost of transportation you should take into consideration the route length, type of job (domestic or international), size and weight of the cargo, whether the cargo is fragile etc. A valid way to lower the cost of furniture shipment is to hire a hauler who will take your furniture as a partial load – this way you will pay considerably less for the shipment, keeping high quality of the service.

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