Cheap Adelaide Removals

by Troy Said on May 25, 2011

Cheap Adelaide Removals

Things to Consider Before Getting Interstate Removals

 

Every one wants to have a good Interstate Removal company. A good company ensures that your relocation process will be done in a fast and efficient matter. Most importantly, you won’t have to worry about the safety of your furniture come moving day.

There are many interstate removals companies available to move local and interstate. There are not only of good service, but also of affordable price. Among them are cheap Adelaide removalists. In order to ensure that you can get the best quality of your removalist, here are the things to consider first.

An important thing to do is to plan ahead. Poor planning can result into a messy and dirty moving day. This involves taking note of your furniture and personal belongings. Make an inventory of all the things you have so that you can be sure that nothing gets lost along the way.

Finally, you research well on the best and most accessible removal company. Adelaide removalists Interstate usually have websites that have all the information you need. They contain the quotes you may be looking for together with the packages and services they offer. Take note of what each company brings to the table. By researching well, you can compare prices and the services available.

With these factors to think about, you can have smooth and efficient moving day. Each step helps in one way or another. Planning gives direction to the whole moving process. Having insurance also gives you a safer and better feeling for all your furniture. The amount of research you put in can translate into having a good and trusty removalist. There are many other instructions and guidelines out there but these can stand on their own and help you.

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Jeff Buensalida September 23, 2012 at 8:51 pm

Hi,

I would like to ask how much to backload my stuff from Adelaide to panania in NSW. with approx 30.5 cubic mtrs

Regards,
Jeff

Troy September 26, 2012 at 5:12 pm

Dear Jeff,

Thank you for contacting Interstate Removals and giving us the opportunity to quote on your upcoming move.

Your Interstate Removals move price is: $3,295 including GST.

Before booking your move, please review our Terms and Conditions:
http://www.interstateremovals.com.au/terms-conditions/

To confirm your booking, please reply to this email and include your full pickup and delivery details. Please remember to include all contact names and telephone numbers.

Our service includes
– Fully equipped removal truck.
– Two trained removalists to load and unload your furniture.
– Furniture covered in removal blankets.

Additional Services
– Pre-Packing services: Ask us how!
– Vehicle and Motorbike transport: http://www.motorbikemovers.com.au/
– Storage… Australia Wide

Please Note
– Removal Insurance is not included in the removals quote. To obtain insurance please visit CARTS Removals Insurance.
http://www.removalsinsurance.com.au/minigen/

Please Note
– Quotes are based on information provided in writing, Please review to ensure the information provided is true and correct, any changes to quotes or booking needs be done in writing via email only.
– All items listed are presumed to be standard size (unless advised in writing)
– Semi Trailer access may be required at pickup and delivery address. If access is not possible a ferry vehicle may be required at additional expense.

Payment
The following options are available to you.
– Bank Transfer
– Bank Cheque (required five days in advance)
– Cash

The team at Interstate Removals are keen to assist you with all aspects of your move and can easily be contacted on:
– Ph: 1300 299 969
– email: service@interstateremovals.com.au

Kind Regards
Troy Said
Interstate Removals Manager
http://www.interstateremovals.com.au
service@interstateremovals.com.au
“Interstate Removals are the industry’s specialists in interstate removals. It’s what we do.”

chris julian June 23, 2013 at 11:08 pm

Hi Im after a price for a house move from Adelaide to Gladstone Qld.

Ive been told I have just under a 20ft container of gear.

Thanks chris
0417853402

Troy June 27, 2013 at 11:32 am

Hi Chris,

Thanks for your email.

A 20 ft container is 20 cubic meter and would cost approx $6,500 – $7.500.

Can you send us a list an we can work out your m3?

Regards

Troy Said

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