THOROUGHNESS AND ATTENTION TO DETAIL ARE VITAL TO PROVIDE YOU WITH A RELIABLE ESTIMATE AND NO SURPRISES ON MOVE DAY
If you are having an on-site survey, your surveyor will wish to be as accurate as possible in listing the items for your move and detailing your particular requirements.
They will therefore ask a lot of questions, will usually need access to each area where your items are located and may even look inside cupboards and closets.
They will also sometimes take photographs and measurements.
This is all aimed at providing you with a reliable estimate of the cost of your move. Naturally, you may have questions too and your surveyor will be happy to help with these.
Your estimate should include the list of items to the right.
There will usually be specifics such as details of extra special care items, all pick-up and delivery addresses, where known, date of move, insurance details and most importantly, an estimated costing of each part of the service.
It is not uncommon for estimates to be revised as move day draws nearer and the customer specifies adjustments to their arrangements.
You will be asked to confirm that the details specified in the estimate you accept are correct as this forms the basis of you contract for the move or other services.