Quote reading guide
We help you understand your quote and make sure it is complete. Each move is different and so is the way your mover moves. We strongly advise you to bear that in mind while comparing quotes.
A quote for an international removal is based primarily on the bulk and size of your household goods, expressed in cubic meters and the travel distance. Of great importance is also how many specially packed goods there are, whether or not your location is easy to reach, whether or not you are pressed for time and if some of your goods need storing.
Your quote is made up of a number of elements, so read carefully which costs are included in the price. Often this cost includes: packing materials, protection of your goods by the mover, making of a stock list, making and/or filling out of transport documents, the loading at one address, transport to destination, and the unloading of goods at your destination.
You can be charged extra for: the packing of glass, disassembling and assembling of wardrobes, beds and or desks, unpacking of household goods, delivery to multiple addresses, temporary storage, insurance, etc. Check if the quote includes VAT or not.
Quotes for an international move within Europe or for intercontinental moves can vary considerably. Therefore we treat them separately.