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Everything arrived intact and we kept in touch by phone on timing ok

sideboard x 1, Chair x 1

100% recommended. Very reliable, super punctual, communicates any unforeseen delays like traffic in due time.

Gefrierschrank x 1, Weinkarton x 2, Klappbarer Esstische und klappbare Stuehle (4) x 1, Umzugskarton

Brilliant service. Really fast delivery and a really nice guy. I would highly recommend and I’ll be using him again if needed.

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Tips for preparing for transportation

Garden equipment shipment is among the most popular kinds of transportation that we may need in our life. Some garden accessories – usually smaller accessories (like shovels, leaf blowers and much more) – you may easily ship in your car trunk or even on the backseat. Things get a bit more complicated when you want to ship any garden supplies larger in dimensions as well as weight, such as a mower.

Transporting a mower looks like a pretty straightforward task. If you have a car that’s big enough, you probably are thinking about shipping it by yourself. Shipping a lawnmower on your own is obviously possible however it takes some knowledge as well as preparation. First of all, it is important to drain the mower from all the fluids. Flooding spark plugs with any liquid can cause real damage. And even when you drain all the liquids, it is safest to ship a lawnmower upright. Other than that it is important to transport a lawnmower in a box that’s as fitted to its size as possible. If you can, you should transport it in its initial box (it is best fitted to its size), but if you already got rid of it, any box can work, if it’s in the right size. The general thing is that when you placed the lawnmower inside a cardboard, there should be little to none free space left. Use Styrofoam or newspapers to put in the free space (it will help to absorb any shocks during transportation).

Some of the garden equipment is much too huge to ship it by yourself. So if you need to transport e.g. a tractor mower, you’ll need assistance from an expert transport provider – a person who will have both experience and vehicle fitted to harmlessly ship your garden equipment. Using a shipping company is often quite expensive, however happily it’s not the only way you can get a professional transport provider. To get expert shipment in reasonable price, try using a transport marketplace, like Clicktrans.

You may publish your delivery for free and gather quotes from transport providers from all over Europe. If any of the haulers happen to go on similar route to the one you require, your load can become a part of his load, which can allow you to lower the cost of the shipment considerably.  Furthermore using a transport marketplace to find a transport provider allows you to reach directly the person who will be shipping your garden equipment. Thanks to that you may discuss all the specifics of the job as well as ensure, that your delivery will be shipped harmlessly.

When it comes to shipping garden equipment, shielding it against weather conditions is not that important as garden equipment is obviously meant for working outside. What is the most important whenever transporting garden machinery, is making sure that the cargo is shielded from mechanical damages. If your garden machinery is too huge to put it in a box, you may use some Styrofoam, bubble foil or even pieces of cloths to wrap the most vulnerable elements such as handles as well as every element that protrudes from the load.

Whenever choosing the best transport provider it is always good to read feedback given by former customers. Also when you have to ship some bigger, expensive garden equipment it is best to ask if the transport provider you are considering has carrier liability insurance. Thanks to that should anything happen to your cargo on the road, you will be entitled to some compensation.

Is there anything else you have to remember when shipping garden equipment? If your equipment is powered by electricity, you need to wait couple of hours after transportation before you start using it once more. It’s especially significant if the garden equipment was shipped in lower temperatures (close to sub-zero temperatures). 

Garden equipment shipment is among the most popular kinds of transportation that we may need in our life. Some garden accessories – usually smaller accessories (like shovels, leaf blowers and much more) – you may easily ship in your car trunk or even on the backseat. Things get a bit more complicated when you want to ship any garden supplies larger in dimensions as well as weight, such as a mower.

Transporting a mower looks like a pretty straightforward task. If you have a car that’s big enough, you probably are thinking about shipping it by yourself. Shipping a lawnmower on your own is obviously possible however it takes some knowledge as well as preparation. First of all, it is important to drain the mower from all the fluids. Flooding spark plugs with any liquid can cause real damage. And even when you drain all the liquids, it is safest to ship a lawnmower upright. Other than that it is important to transport a lawnmower in a box that’s as fitted to its size as possible. If you can, you should transport it in its initial box (it is best fitted to its size), but if you already got rid of it, any box can work, if it’s in the right size. The general thing is that when you placed the lawnmower inside a cardboard, there should be little to none free space left. Use Styrofoam or newspapers to put in the free space (it will help to absorb any shocks during transportation).

Some of the garden equipment is much too huge to ship it by yourself. So if you need to transport e.g. a tractor mower, you’ll need assistance from an expert transport provider – a person who will have both experience and vehicle fitted to harmlessly ship your garden equipment. Using a shipping company is often quite expensive, however happily it’s not the only way you can get a professional transport provider. To get expert shipment in reasonable price, try using a transport marketplace, like Clicktrans.

You may publish your delivery for free and gather quotes from transport providers from all over Europe. If any of the haulers happen to go on similar route to the one you require, your load can become a part of his load, which can allow you to lower the cost of the shipment considerably.  Furthermore using a transport marketplace to find a transport provider allows you to reach directly the person who will be shipping your garden equipment. Thanks to that you may discuss all the specifics of the job as well as ensure, that your delivery will be shipped harmlessly.

When it comes to shipping garden equipment, shielding it against weather conditions is not that important as garden equipment is obviously meant for working outside. What is the most important whenever transporting garden machinery, is making sure that the cargo is shielded from mechanical damages. If your garden machinery is too huge to put it in a box, you may use some Styrofoam, bubble foil or even pieces of cloths to wrap the most vulnerable elements such as handles as well as every element that protrudes from the load.

Whenever choosing the best transport provider it is always good to read feedback given by former customers. Also when you have to ship some bigger, expensive garden equipment it is best to ask if the transport provider you are considering has carrier liability insurance. Thanks to that should anything happen to your cargo on the road, you will be entitled to some compensation.

Is there anything else you have to remember when shipping garden equipment? If your equipment is powered by electricity, you need to wait couple of hours after transportation before you start using it once more. It’s especially significant if the garden equipment was shipped in lower temperatures (close to sub-zero temperatures). 

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