Removalistsin Atherton, QLD

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RJ’s Furniture Removals

The family friendly and family owned furniture removalists

Servicing Atherton, QLD
Open
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

The family friendly and family owned furniture removalists

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Tableland Furniture Removals

Let us take care of your every move!

Atherton QLD 4883
4.01 review

Let us take care of your every move!

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This business has provided a valid ABN or ACN
4.01 review

Frequently Asked Questions

  • FAQ
    Can I use newspaper as packing paper?
    It’s best not to use newspaper to wrap individual items as it can stain them permanently. Use butcher’s paper instead.
  • FAQ
    How can I protect my furniture when moving?
    High-grade packing materials such as moving blankets, foam, shrink or bubble wraps and protective covers are ideal.
  • FAQ
    What could I do to make moving easier?
    Know your access points to move in/out and keep clear. Find the best way to move items without damaging walls or doors.
  • FAQ
    How can I move furniture myself?
    Push, pull and slide items wherever possible to avoid stress on your back. For bulky items, use a dolly or lifting straps.
  • FAQ
    Can a removalist take apart my furniture?
    A removalist may have the tools to dissemble and reassemble your furniture. When booking, ask if this is offered.
  • FAQ
    How do I keep parts from my dissembled furniture safe?
    Put nuts, bolts or screws in a clear bag, then mark or tie it to the piece of furniture it belongs.
  • FAQ
    Should I empty out the contents in my furniture?
    Yes! Pack them in separate boxes. If not, furniture will be heavier to move and your belongings may be damaged.
  • FAQ
    I need to store my furniture in between moves. What do I do?
    Your removalist may have storage facilities available to keep your items. Ask them when booking.
  • FAQ
    What’s involved in relocating interstate?
    The majority of interstate moves are completed via rail and belongings are transported in shipping containers.
  • FAQ
    Should I move on a weekend?
    Consider that there may be higher rates for the removalist, utilities may be off and there could be a lot more people around.

Active Self Storage Solutions

Safe & Secure Storage

18 Fasiolo Cct Atherton QLD 4883
4.52 reviews
Open
6:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Safe & Secure Storage

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4.52 reviews

Tableland Self Storage

Two secure storage locations

144 Herberton Rd Atherton QLD 4883
5.01 review
Open
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Office

Two secure storage locations

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This business has provided a valid ABN or ACN
5.01 review

StickLizard

8452 Kennedy Hwy Atherton QLD 4883
Open
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM

Compass Containers

The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of the low price is forgotten

Servicing Atherton, QLD
Open
6:00 AM - 6:00 PM

The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of the low price is forgotten

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ATTN Transport

Servicing Atherton, QLD

Backload Moving

Servicing Atherton, QLD

CBK Furniture Removals & Storage

Servicing Atherton, QLD

Five Star Removals

Atherton QLD 4883

JTV’s Moving Solutions

Servicing Atherton, QLD

Local Loads Removalist

Servicing Atherton, QLD

Matt’s Transport, Removals & Storage

Atherton QLD 4883

The Move It Man

Servicing Atherton, QLD

Atherton Removals

8 Canopus Cct Atherton QLD 4883

Frequently Asked Questions

  • FAQ
    Should I move on a weekend?
    Consider that there may be higher rates for the removalist, utilities may be off and there could be a lot more people around.
  • FAQ
    What’s involved in relocating interstate?
    The majority of interstate moves are completed via rail and belongings are transported in shipping containers.
  • FAQ
    I need to store my furniture in between moves. What do I do?
    Your removalist may have storage facilities available to keep your items. Ask them when booking.
  • FAQ
    Should I empty out the contents in my furniture?
    Yes! Pack them in separate boxes. If not, furniture will be heavier to move and your belongings may be damaged.
  • FAQ
    How do I keep parts from my dissembled furniture safe?
    Put nuts, bolts or screws in a clear bag, then mark or tie it to the piece of furniture it belongs.
  • FAQ
    Can a removalist take apart my furniture?
    A removalist may have the tools to dissemble and reassemble your furniture. When booking, ask if this is offered.
  • FAQ
    How can I move furniture myself?
    Push, pull and slide items wherever possible to avoid stress on your back. For bulky items, use a dolly or lifting straps.
  • FAQ
    What could I do to make moving easier?
    Know your access points to move in/out and keep clear. Find the best way to move items without damaging walls or doors.
  • FAQ
    How can I protect my furniture when moving?
    High-grade packing materials such as moving blankets, foam, shrink or bubble wraps and protective covers are ideal.
  • FAQ
    Can I use newspaper as packing paper?
    It’s best not to use newspaper to wrap individual items as it can stain them permanently. Use butcher’s paper instead.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • FAQ
    Can I use newspaper as packing paper?
    It’s best not to use newspaper to wrap individual items as it can stain them permanently. Use butcher’s paper instead.
  • FAQ
    How can I protect my furniture when moving?
    High-grade packing materials such as moving blankets, foam, shrink or bubble wraps and protective covers are ideal.
  • FAQ
    What could I do to make moving easier?
    Know your access points to move in/out and keep clear. Find the best way to move items without damaging walls or doors.
  • FAQ
    How can I move furniture myself?
    Push, pull and slide items wherever possible to avoid stress on your back. For bulky items, use a dolly or lifting straps.