By / Troy Said
How backloading can save you money on your next big move
Are you planning a move interstate but want to save as much money as possible?
This blog explains about backloading and how you can use it to your advantage.
Backload is the amount of available space that a truck from a furniture removal company.
Removal companies can give discounted rates for the available space in a truck that is going from point A to point B, or on the return journey if they have been unable to find a customer needing to move in the opposite direction.
And the process of backloading is when a removalist uses as much room as possible on each truck’s route.
This costs less because the price will depend on the space you take up with your boxes, whereas with distance movers you have to pay for the whole moving truck even if you are not actually able to fill the whole truck.
Interstate Removals perform regular interstate backloading removals across Australia every week.
Particularly for a long-distance move, backloading is a great option for cutting the costs of your interstate move, utilising the existing space on trucks or furniture containers that are already on the road or rail network.
About Interstate Removals
At Interstate Removals our team of furniture movers have been helping families, offices and organisations move premises state to state for more than 10 years. We understand the effects moving house interstate can have on these special family members. Have a chat to one of our friendly staff to discuss the budget and backloading needs of your family and we’ll match you with a professional removalist from our contractor’s list who’ll have your family set up in your new home before you can say, “Home sweet home!”
Contact our team of trained professional furniture movers today.