Bespoke Removals Company for Spain
Posted on 11th May 2018 at 08:03
If you are moving to Spain you would do best to seek the help of a removal company that specialises in that country. Movers International has been carrying out Spain removals for over 30 years, and we know the country as well as we do the back lanes of Preston and the rest of Lancashire. Over the course of that time there is nowhere in Spain that we have not been on behalf of our many customers. Many have moved there upon retirement to get the benefit of the warm sunny clime and the great, yet inexpensive, bars. Others have moved there for business reasons.
Whatever your reason for moving to Spain, we can help you. We go there every week and we have now established our own depots in Alicante and Malaga in order to assist our many expats with their move.
We can move you wherever you need to go in Spain and we can supply you with a whole container or part container as needed. We can even move a single item to Spain if that is what you require. Just one thing: if your new home has restricted access – as some of the more remote villages do – please let us know so that we can ensure that your move goes without a hitch.
All of our removals to Spain staff are trained through the British Association of Removers Training Services and are therefore fully qualified to assist with your removal to Spain. You can be certain that they will have the answer to every question you have, and they will also be able to advise you about things that you may not have thought about, but that they know will help make your move go smoothly.
It may be that you require storage of your belongings in Preston before your actual removal date, and the good news is that we have plenty of storage facilities to keep your belongings safe, dry, and free of pests until the day of your removal. Just tell us what you require.
As regards packaging up your belongings you can either do this yourself or let our expert packers do it for you. If you choose to do it yourself that is fine, but there are two points to consider. First, you will actually have to do the work. The second is that if you choose to do that your insurance may not cover you. While it costs a little more for us to do it that is what we recommend.
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