Moving house or office can be a real pain, especially if you don’t have enough help. I have moved house three times in the last two years and two of those times I’d like to forget. I’ll outline my experience in this article and hopefully give you some insights into doing it the correct way. Using a professional furniture removals company is defiantly the way you want to go.
The first move in the last two years was insane to put it lightly. I completely misjudged the amount of stuff I had collected. I figured I’d need maybe two or three small pickup loads to move the big things and the rest I could transport in my own vehicle. I got a friend to loan me his pickup and a few other friends to help me lift the big things. Well, after five loads it still looked never ending. Eventually I got everything moved but I think that move caused some severe back problems as I still get pains when I lift heavy things.
For the next move I decided to hire a couple of guys to do the lifting and loan the furniture pickup thought that at least if I could just be the driver and supervisor it wouldn’t be so bad. Wrong again, the guys I hired ended up breaking a number of things and after finally sorting everything out I realized they’d stolen some of my tools.
My final move was such a pleasure. I hired a professional furniture pickups company. They arrived early in the morning, packed my entire house into one truck and within 4 hours the move was complete. Nothing was broken or missing and I didn’t lift a single thing. The removal company I used was amazing, so professional and friendly, I really felt that my belongings were in safe hands.
They have a strong body made of tested and reinforced metals that protect one in the event of an unwanted crash. Since most trucks sit taller, the driver can get a good view of the road ahead and of other automobiles on the road. Also, these vehicles are safer in extreme weather conditions such as heavy rains, snow or a hailstorm. These trucks are often used for transportation in snow-clad areas, to carry goods or to ferry people.