03 May

2018

By / Troy Said

Backloading Interstate Removals to Brisbane

Backloading Interstate Removals to Brisbane

If you are moving to Brisbane, you really should consider backloading. Interstate Removals now offers Backloading to backloading between every capital city in Australia. Read on for three reasons how and why backloading may work for you if you are moving to Brisbane…or anywhere else in Australia.

 

Save yourself some money

Not only is moving interstate stressful, it can be expensive. By opting to backload at least some of your belongings, you not only pay just for the space you use, but you will probably be offered a cheaper rate because companies don’t want their trucks on the road empty or partially filled.

Our security cleared drivers still treat your belongings with the same care they normally would, and loads are carefully separated to prevent mix ups with other loads.

Save yourself some time and stress.

If you pack and plan strategically, you may be able to relieve some of the pressure of unpacking all your belongings at once or living amongst a jumble of half-empty boxes and wrapping materials.

For example, the beautiful climate in Brisbane means you may not need your winter woollies and heavy blankets and doonas as soon as you arrive from interstate.

Why not pack these things in separate boxes and ask your friends or relatives if you can store them at their house until a backload becomes available?

Obviously you don’t want to take advantage of your loved one’s generosity, but if they are willing to store your furniture and/or boxes for a couple of weeks, and you can wait a couple of weeks for the remainder of your belongings to be delivered, you could save yourself considerable time and stress.

Save the environment

There are economic reasons for both you and your removalist company to consider backloading.  And there are environmental reasons.

It just doesn’t make sense to have empty trucks on the road, especially when driving long distances interstate.

Not only is it bad business, it is bad for the environment.

One of the disadvantages of backloading is that delivery dates are only estimates as the truck must do the other deliveries as well as yours. But isn’t that really a minor inconvenience for the benefit of saving a few dollars and ensuring there is a fully laden truck on the road?

You already have all your essentials with you, so why not call us on 1300 299 969 or (03) 9311 0475 to discuss your backloading options for those items that you can live without for a little while.

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    2 Comments

    Jo Stubberfield

    3 months ago

    Hi – can I get a quote for a Sydney to Adelaide move? One bedroom sideboard (light), medium dining room table, 5 chairs, one armchair, a large fridge and 5 tea chest size cardboard boxes and 1 wooden tea chest size box? End of July move – into a garage in Adelaide. Thanks! Jo

    Troy Said

    3 months ago

    Hello Jo,

    Thanks for your email. Ground level access your quote would be $795 inc GST. When are you looking for pickup?

    Kind regards,

    Troy Said
    Senior Moving Consultant

    Tel: 1300 299 969
    http://www.interstateremovals.com.au
    service@interstateremovals.com.au

    “Interstate Removals are the industry’s specialists in interstate removals. It’s what we do.”

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