Understandably, since the day you move, you are a little nervous and want to make sure everything runs as smoothly as possible.
One of the most important elements you can handle is managing your furniture company. Here are some basic tips to help you achieve this.
Get references, use traditional and very professional furniture removals in London and avoid finding only the cheapest deals.
Encourage your potential suppliers to review your property and content as part of the listing process. Don't make choices, including the preliminary ones, based on an "invisible from perspective" assessment.
Receive written confirmation for everything, including the date and time of collection for delivery. Don't take an accidental appointment on the phone – it's useless if something goes wrong later and you ask for compensation.
If you need to move larger, heavier, or more difficult items, make sure the moving company explicitly confirms in writing that they are included.
On the day of release, make sure you distribute to monitor the packaging. A balance must be reached between the alert eye and the impact on the road or, even worse, efforts to manage packaging and busting in micro management.
Make sure you use straps to attach furniture to the side of the vehicle and that you have protected your furniture thoroughly and completely with blankets and similar protection.