Our pet relocation process is our USP. Pet relocation was never that easy in the region. we take care of your pets like our family member . With all that your pet likes, we are ready to provide him with that . A pet resides in our own home till the time his cab is not ready to move from origin thus making a fun loving atmosphere for him .
Pet relocation can be done in many ways – By Air, By Road, by rail, by sea depending upon your requirement and need . In all the modes, escort will be there with the pet except Sea and Air .
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Should I use a full-service company or do it myself?
Every move is different, so we recommend you compare your options before deciding whether to hire professional movers or do it yourself. Full-service companies are a great option if you’re moving internationally or if you want loading and unloading assistance. If you’re doing it yourself, keep in mind that in addition to loading and unloading your own truck, you will also have to take care of others factors too like insurance, road side factors, Highway taxes and other hidden costs. Portable storage containers are good middle ground for small to medium moves that don’t require additional services such as car transportation, professional packing, or help with loading and unloading. Portable storage also doubles as just regular storage if you need a few weeks or months before you move into your new place.
Do professional moves include packing?
Yes and no. The majority of professional movers will offer to pack your belongings if you wish. Foregoing this service will lower your quote but also add to your own tasks. Furniture disassembly and assembly is different from packing, so find out from your mover of choice if it’s included with your quote.
How much truck/container space do I need?
If you’re hiring a professional mover, then you won’t need to worry about space. Your belongings will be loaded into a freight truck. For a do-it-yourself move, on average you’ll need at least a 10-foot truck for a studio apartment, a 15–17-foot truck for a two-bedroom apartment, or a 20–26-foot truck for a home with 3 to 4 bedrooms. Sizes vary by truck companies.