Often people move house or office from one location to another ranging from short and long distances, sometimes even nationally or even internationally.
During this process they must face many tedious and annoying challenges. Moving is a very traumatic event which takes one outside of your comfort zone.
Never underestimate the amount of physical and mental organisation it takes to move the contents of your home to a new one. Packing boxes is one thing, but lugging them in and out of vans and up and down stairs is another, and can be extremely exhausting, especially if you’re on a tight deadline to vacate the property. If you’ve a sizeable amount to shift, or lots of valuable items, such as antique furniture or fragile pieces, it’s best to choose a removal company to take the burden off your shoulders, so you can concentrate on organising the rest of your move.
Make sure you’re insured. Most removal companies will provide you with dedicated moving insurance against loss or breakages of your property while it’s in transit. Make sure this is the case before booking anyone. You should also contact your home contents insurer to find out if your current policy will insure your property while it’s being moved, too.
Negotiate on the price. If you’re comfortable negotiating the price, see if you can get any discounts from the removal company. Be aware that moving house at peak times, such as Saturdays and during school holidays, will be more expensive, as demand is usually very high at these times. If you can, try and arrange to move on a normal weekday when it might be cheaper and there may be more room for a discount.
Randburg Movers are very happy to negotiate a good price that will suit your budget.
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