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June 12, 2012 at 12:14 pm #2614
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I just heard about Shiply Removals on the internet, just wondering if anyone has any experience of them – they seem like a good idea but would appreciate any thoughts.June 13, 2012 at 7:31 pm #2620
I have used them a lot for moving 2nd hand pieces of furniture which I have bought on ebay or in person. Its quite a clever concept. It isn’t actually Shiply who do the moving – you just register with them whatever you want to be moved, with as much detail like measurments and photos as you can, and where you want it to be moved from and to. Then various removal companies bid online to take your stuff. You pick whichever company you like based on the price, and their previous ratings and reviews. When you’ve accepted, they get in touch with you and you arrange delivery. The companies are mostly removal companies who are doing that route anyway and have a space in their truck, or are just trying to get a bit of extra business.
I’ve found it very useful for the things that i’ve been transporting – its quite good if you bought stuff on ebay or Preloved as you press a button and the details drop straight in so you don’t have to enter them. I’ve never used them as a ‘removal’s’ company, but I think people do, and if you look at the site, some people are transporting cars and things like that across Europe. You just have to put your trust in them, but they don’t want to ruin their ratings (like on ebay).
Hope this helps let me know if you have any other questions.June 25, 2012 at 1:39 pm #2672
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but if someone really wants to know the bunch of companies those who provide offers, then one should visit search engine and find out theremovals directory, i am sure it will be helpful and having a flexibility to choose the best one,,,,April 19, 2013 at 10:13 am #4971
There are many moving companies , its better to research well befor choosing one. aussie office is one of them they are quite reliable,visit their site and find out some more info……….April 29, 2013 at 9:40 am #5046
I can recommend Coastline Removals http://www.coastlineremovals.co.uk/. They provide all types of removal services, (domestic, commercial, overseas) as well as storage and packaging facilities. But it’s definitely better to research, get free quotes from various companies so you can see whether there is one set price or if they are all offering different quotes.September 26, 2013 at 11:15 am #6067
Maybe a bit late, but several of my friends have moved with Cavendish & Country – from what I hear the service is exceptional at a pretty competitive price. check out the testimonials which speak for themselves:
they are based in south west London but I think they operate all around london.July 5, 2016 at 7:24 am #17253
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