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Moving interstate can be a stressful experience, so it's important to find good removalists. Here's what to consider when hiring removalists, how much an interstate removal might cost, and how to compare companies.
Interstate removalists are companies that specialise in moving homes or businesses from one state in Australia to another. They are experienced in safely and successfully moving goods and furniture between two interstate locations like Brisbane to Sydney.
The quickest way to compare interstate removalists is to browse an online platform like Oneflare or Airtasker. You can post your specific job details, including the size of the van or truck required and the exact locations. You will then receive a personalised quote. You can then easily compare reviews, prices and services from different removal companies.
Brisbane to Sydney removals can cost between $200 - $1200. The exact price will be calculated based on how many items you have, how much space they will take up in the truck or van, and if you need any other additional services. There are many different types of Brisbane to Sydney removal companies, and all of them range in price.
Create an inventory of everything being shipped between Brisbane and Sydney. If you list the box they are stored in, it will make the unpacking process easier. This will also help you spot any items that have gone missing.
Leave the tough packing jobs for the removal specialist. For example, leave them to handle furniture and easily breakable items, whilst you deal with the easy to pack up stuff.
Don't pack up everything. Hold back one or two emergency boxes with essentials. This is so you have something left for the last few days in your old place, or if you arrive at your new home before the removalist does.
You can arrange for the removalist to have access to your property if you will not be home. However, you may want to be there to oversee the loading of the van to make sure that the movers take everything on the inventory, do not cause any damage and to ensure that nothing is left behind.
The typical interstate removalist service will include and not include the following:
When you're moving across Australia, a professional interstate removals company can do all the heavy lifting so you don't have to. Just be sure to compare services first to find a company with the best price and reputation.
How far in advance should I book a Brisbane to Sydney removal?
Ideally you should book a removal company 4-6 weeks before you want your goods moved. Try not to book too close to the moving date, as these types of services get booked out quickly.
What questions should I ask a removalist?
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