Questions you should ask before deciding on a removals company
Few people look forward to the prospect of moving home or office. Whether you’re moving a few miles or across the country the upheaval is the same, as every item that you possess needs to be packed up and transported to a new address. Even when you’re excited about the move and are going to a new home that you’ve longed for, there’s still the prospect of ensuring that everything precious to you arrives there in good condition. This is one of the major fears of anyone moving house – the state that they’ll find their possessions in at the other side. It’s because of this that you should be very careful when deciding on a company specialising in removals in Exeter. When you’ve worked hard to gather furniture and crockery that you’re proud of, you want your things to be well protected by those moving you, and to find no scratches and breakages at the other end.
Partnering with a reliable removals company
There are questions you should always ask before making a decision. Is your removals company insured if the truck breaks down and your items are stranded on the side of the road, and perhaps stolen? What happens in the event of an accident when your furniture is badly damaged? What do you do when you open boxes and find hundreds of pound worth of damage? All these issues need to be seriously considered before you sign a contract.
A little research will give you peace of mind
One of the good things about having a professional body for an industry is that minimum standards are set, and you have recourse if there is a problem. As a result, you should immediately find out whether a removals company is registered with the British Association of Removers (BAR). If they are, find out whether their staff members go through BAR training, as this will ensure a level of expertise. Lastly, have a meeting with representatives from the removals company and ask for recent references of removals that they’ve completed, and then contact these clients. Taking a little time to make a decision will give you a much greater chance of having a successful moving day.