London removals is a tricky business. It’s not always straight forward; if it’s not the furniture going through the windows, or the continually changing move-date, it’s the sudden change in workload parameters. There are a number of departments involved when it comes to processing your moving inquiry and they each have their own dream customers.
- ADMIN: What makes their job easier is a set moving date. If the date is fixed, that means that parking can be organised once without having to rearrange and incur a penalty charge which is then passed on to the customer. If parking arrangements are made in advance, that eliminates the chance of getting parking tickets which are also charged to the customer.
- SURVEYOR: Conducting a survey in the company of a customer that can answer every question related to their move is ideal. The surveyor needs to know how much of the home contents are being removed (including lofts, sheds and garages) in order to calculate a more accurate set of costs. The more information the surveyor knows, the better he can inform the crew that will be allocated to your move.
- THE CREW: The team leaders love customers that are organised and decisive. Although our porters and packers are accustomed to moving people every day, it becomes tiresome when they are made to undo their work due to the client changing their mind again. Not only is this tiring for the crews, but it will increase the overall costs as it means the job will take longer.
If you can meet these three simple criteria, you’ll make your removal company happy as well as helping yourself by aiding an efficient and less-costly moving process.