“Are you legal to do removals”?
There’s a query. This will have the illegal stuttering whenever you inquire. Some might really not realize that you’ll need the correct insurances to operate as a man with a van in Birmingham , but this doesn’t assist you when they are stopped on the road for a spot check and your belongings impounded together with the van, lack of knowledge is no protection.
The legal ones will know about them and will have them.
For those who have hardly any running costs then you can afford to do the job a lot cheaper. Overheads are such things as the right insurances, e.g. Van insurance, for hire and reward, public liability insurance, goods on the road, AA cover etc. Whenever you request a quote this stuff is cost in, if a person can quote the same job a lot cheaper, they’ll likely haven’t got those overheads, aren’t legal, or they have quoted incorrect, or they will drop your work if a better paying one is available.
Bigger is not always better!
As an example, can there be room to fit the van outside your house/apartment? Will your neighbours complain/have you even reported? Will the van fit under any hurdles? Such as, Low branches or Archways? You ought to get a van to fit your circumstances. If you are restricted for space outside, then perhaps 2 Luton vans are superior to 1 big removal van, or even the long wheel base high top Citroen relay.
“Do you need 1 man or 2”?
That which you need to keep in mind, when moving home, is to eliminate men from moving things for a living daily of the week. 1 removal man will have a way to move items, with help from an individual given by you, if your helper appears on the day that is? This is the less expensive option but may be a fake economy. 2 removal men that actually work together every day, will move things, particularly large objects, much faster and simpler. It appears more costly when quoting but, used, should help you save time which in turn helps you save money and energy.
“Do you do rubbish removals”?
Easy answer needs to be, “No, we only do excellent removals”. Anybody that utilizes the same vans to do waste removal as they do household removal needs to be avoided, do you actually wish to put your mattress in a van that has had mud, oil, petrol, building materials etc in it? I really hope the reply is NO. Some people do all sorts of jobs in their vans. You can even find builders who do removals whilst they are rained off, or are between jobs, beware.
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