Get a move on with your moving! If you’re anything like the many wise decision makers out there, then it’s best to have a company help you out for a reasonable price, better yet – use share load removals!
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Share load removals? What’s that?
Share load or part load moving are terms used near synonymously to coin the process where two or more customers share moving space. When you’re moving to the same place with a fellow customer or your destination is on the way, then in a single trip, a mover can transport for two or more people!
It’s not just good for you and your co-customers, it’s a good option for moving companies as well! It’s like hitting two (possibly more) birds with one stone!
Things to keep in mind
Remember, share the load or part load do have their requirements. You’ll need to keep these things in mind once you decide to have a go at it:
• Punctuality is a must. Because they are catering to more than one client, it’s a must that deadlines and agreements are kept strict.
• You’ll have to pack it neat and secure (sometimes the company offers packing themselves, so take advantage of that) because you’ll be placing your stuff alongside other’s stuff as well. A precautionary measure for the safety of both you and your co-customers.
• Get to know your fellow clients. To avoid running into any problems and to voice out any concerns.
Top 3 benefits for share load removals!
Here are our top 3 benefits satisfied clients have claimed to have experienced when using share load removals:
#3 – It covers every aspect of moving – from loading to transport to unloading. And you get to make new friends, too! It takes away the hassle of having to carry and move stuff yourself!
#2 – It’s convenient! Most of the part load clients only have a small amount of stuff to transport. Lighter and less makes it relatively better.
#1 – It’s cheap! Affordable compared to regular moving! You only have to pay the price for the space you occupy, it’s almost half the price, even better when there’s more than two of you sharing the move!
Credit: Active Transport