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How To Choose The Right Removalist | Two Men And A Truck

Does the Removalist Have a Licensed Business Name?

Any legitimate Australian business needs an ABN and local address, which indicates that they have been licensed and can be trusted.

Does the Removalist Have AFRA Accreditation

A removalist accredited with AFRA (Australian Furniture Removers Association), the official body for removals, has met the high standards set out by AFRA, which include staff training, equipment, vehicles, insurance, and storage facilities. AFRA only gives accreditation to companies that have their customers’ best interests at heart. Head here to find accredited removalists.

Comprehensive Insurance for Peace of Mind

Stay away from removalists who don’t offer any insurance cover options. Professional removalists will go out of their way to protect your belongings, but sometimes accidents happen that are out of our control. In the unlikely event of an accident, you want your belongings to be protected with insurance. The more comprehensive the policy, the better! Take a look at our insurance cover options here:

Performing Estimates At Your Location

A reputable removalist should arrange a time to visit your property, estimate the items that need to be moved, and determine whether any special considerations are required for fragile or heavy items.

Check Reviews

It’s always a good idea to check the testimonials before booking a removalist company. That way, you can be sure that they can be trusted to move your belongings safely from one place to another. At Two Men and a Truck, we have over 6,000 5-star reviews.

No Deposits or Hidden Costs

If a removalist asks for a deposit on an hourly rate before the move, it is a bad sign. Dodgy removalists have no problem charging hidden costs on top of the original quote. Look for a company that has an all-inclusive rate structure. At Two Men and a Truck, we have no hidden costs or fees.

Special Care is Taken for Heavy and Fragile Items

Reputable removalists will consider all packing and moving requirements for special items, including removing windows and using pulleys and winches.

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