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Cost of house removal to new house?

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Sweetpea86 Wed 02-Mar-16 17:12:35


Need a company to take our furniture/boxes to new house 3 bedroom a company have quoted us £120.

That seems really cheap?

Any body have any idea of prices. I'd be happy with that but seems to good to be true lol. First time moving so I'm a little naive lol

TennesseeMountainPointOfView Wed 02-Mar-16 18:02:15

If you are doing your own packing/unpacking and supplying your own boxes, plus you are not moving a great distance, then it sounds like it might be ok. It might also be a quiet time for them, as peak season for moving gets into gear after Easter, usually. Oh, and moving on a day that isn't Friday helps too, so I am told.

I would check that everything is fully insured for that price though.

specialsubject Wed 02-Mar-16 18:06:10

that is very cheap indeed, even for round the corner. Are they members of any trade association? Are they insured?

is this a quote for a cheap full-house burglary? It isn't totally unknown...

LaurieFairyCake Wed 02-Mar-16 18:11:57

Insanely cheap. I paid £1400 to move from a 3 bed last year (no packing or boxes) - just filling the van and moving a mile away

MrsSteptoe Wed 02-Mar-16 18:17:30

I'm in London, but we're paying five times that for our forthcoming move. And we have very little furniture (a LOT of boxes, though).
DH does a bit of white van man work when other work is a bit thin on the ground, and he reckons a man with a van and a helper, in London, would cost you between £60 and £90/hour - OK, that's quite a wide range, but some people do undercharge a bit, some overcharge. I'd be a bit cautious, to be honest.
(DH not doing our move because his back isn't really up to a full day of box shifting, in case anyone was wondering...!)

FedoraTheExplora Wed 02-Mar-16 18:23:59

I move on Friday and am getting charged 50ph+ vat for 2 men and a huge van from an extremely popular removals company. south east smile

MrsSteptoe Wed 02-Mar-16 21:03:14

Just to be clear, DH's back-of-the-envelope figure was inc. VAT (so the lower end of his estimate is roughly in line with Fedora's, though perhaps inner London,. which is mostly where he works, carries a premium...)

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