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We can visit your location when convenient and conduct an in-home survey for moves of 3 bedrooms or larger.
What is Backloading?You may have heard the term “backloading” when you have been researching for removalists. When trucks have completed a long-distance removal job, the empty trucks need to be driven back. When this happens, we like to put our trucks to use and let our customers take advantage of the available space on board. This is called backloading. When you choose to backload, you are only paying for space, your items will take on the board of the truck, and you will only be paying for a one-way trip instead of a return. At times, your items will share a truck with other customers' belongings. In this case, our backloading removals company will organise and label every item in the truck, which will then be added to our custom inventory that is regularly checked and updated as needed. This eliminates any chance of a mix-up or confusion.
Backloading is a Good OptionOur moving company specialises in interstate furniture removals. We know by experience the stress, worry, and expenses that an interstate move can involve. Because of that, we have always endeavored to alleviate that burden on our customers wherever possible. Here are some advantages of backloading:
- Low-cost alternative to a traditional removalist.
- Environmentally friendly
- Perfect if you don’t require a full truck worth of space.
- Same 5-star service from the Careful Hands Movers team.