Here at BRITMOVE, we have all the expertise and tools that make our furniture dismantling and assembly service a successful one.
As soon as our removal team arrives at your door, they will have the tools with them ready to handle whatever furniture you have. In most cases, customer’s ask us to dismantle their wardrobes and beds.
These are items that we can handle easily, and our resident experts will be able to take them apart quickly and then reassemble them in a flash at their new location.
You may have some flat pack furniture you had assembled previously which you cannot replace at your new location. Whether it’s a wardrobe, bunk bed, sofa or a wall fitting, that is our job, we offer the service of dismantling furniture for transportation and reassembling the furniture at your new address.
Our professional staff will assemble your packed furniture in a careful and secured manner which will ensure your items are well in tact and ready to use.
Our engineers can also dismantle your furniture, disconnect your kitchen appliances and electronics, to pack appropriately ready to relocate.
Not only will we organise your move for you, we will deliver at a suitable time for you in an equally organised manner, unloading your possessions in the designated rooms, unpacking, assembling your furniture and making you feel reassured and comfortable to enjoy your new home.
We speak and understand manuals, maps and instructions and we will dismantle your items, map their parts and the location of their parts and pack fittings safely and carefully to avoid vital components getting lost or damaged.
We then assemble your furniture as good as before, if not better. We will save you the trouble of replacing your beloved furniture.
Frequently Asked Questions
Firstly, try to use a box that’s the right size. Books and DVDs are heavy so they need to be packed into smaller boxes. Try not to have items sticking out of the top of boxes – this makes them harder to load. Try to fill up the boxes with cushions, linen or even newspaper so the top of the box doesn’t get crushed!
In the kitchen, it’s best to try and place a towel or sheet at the very bottom of the box. Crockery and glassware items will need to be individually wrapped in paper. White butchers paper is best for this as newspaper can sometimes leave ink marks. (We have butchers paper for sale if you need some). Finish off the box with another towel, sheet or layer of crumpled paper at the top. Boxes should be packed firmly (so the contents don’t move around) but not too tight.
Dinner plates are best wrapped individually and then stacked on their ends.
You can use light things such as Tupperware and plastic items to fill up boxes that have heavier items on the bottom layer.
Boxes should be labelled with the room and a brief description of contents, so you can find things easily at the other end.
Yes you can leave clothes and blankets inside drawers and blanket boxes. Anything that will move around inside drawers will need to be removed and packed into boxes. It’s a good idea to remove make-up, medicines, jewellery, stationery, etc from drawers and repack them somewhere else.
Documents and files can be left inside your filing cabinet.
Once you know everything has arrived in your new home, and it’s all safe and sound – we would like payment please!
Payment is expected on the day of removal and can be made via these methods:
major credit cards (MasterCard, Visa, American Express)
Please note that payment by American Express will attract an extra charge of 2.75% to cover bank fees on the transaction.
It’s not an absolute requirement but we do work better with a caffeine intake! LOL
For most moves, we can start first thing in the morning and have you out of your old place by lunch time. You should then be in your new place in the afternoon and you can start unpacking a few essential boxes!
However, If you have lots of belongings or if there’s a lot of travelling to be done between your old and new homes, then we’ll need a bit longer to get you settled into your new place.