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Frequently Ask Questions

A Fully Loaded Packers And Movers Service For All Your Shifting Needs.

Full service movers will pack up your entire house for you with trained packers who can get your belongings safely boxed up in a fraction of the time it might take you to do it yourself. They'll also be able to expertly and securely pack up fragile and valuable items, such as glass and artwork. Furniture disassembly.

These items can include, but aren't limited to:

  • Gasoline
  • Lighter fluid
  • Matches
  • Propane cylinders
  • Nail polish remover
  • Paints and paint thinners
  • Fireworks

Yes, movers will assemble and disassemble your furniture. In fact, some items like bed frames will need to be taken apart in order to move them safely. ... The most common items to be disassembled are bed frames, large dining room tables, bureau's (dresser with mirror attached), and vanities.

Ideally, two months before your move date. Worse case, at least four weeks, but know that if you only have a month or less before your move, you'll have a limited choice of movers. Most good movers are booked two to three months out.

The majority of movers will provide basic assembly/disassembly at no additional cost. This does vary from mover to mover, however, so be sure to verify that the mover you want to hire can provide this service. Movers that provide this service will have Disassemble & Reassemble Furniture displayed on their profile.

GST schedule for packers and movers unambiguously state that whenever household, office or any type of shifting will consist of separate handling, packing and unpacking of the goods by the consignee company, it will hereby attract a GST at a flat rate of 18%.

If you're considering renting a moving truck to pack and drive yourself, it's probably because you want to save money. There's no denying that moving yourself is a cheaper alternative to hiring a full-service mover—but you probably won't save as much as you think.