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Why choose the AIR network as your interstate removalists when you relocate?
Moving interstate is not easy! Whether you’re moving from Sydney to Melbourne or vice versa; perhaps the next chapter of your life will see you move to beautiful Brisbane or Adelaide, where ever life is taking you, you need to ensure you’ve got the best team working with you. That’s why you need the best interstate furniture removalists from the AIR network on your side when relocating.
To be able to smile at your removalists when we leave the door of your new home is a great victory, especially if you have experienced a bad removalist in the past. This is everything that the AIR network stands for and aims to achieve. Customers say it better than we ever could so take the time to read a few of our testimonials and get it from the horse’s mouth.
The AIR network is an Australia wide network and employs some of best furniture removalists in the game.
The AIR network’ people specialise in interstate furniture moves which is very different to local moving within the same city:
- More care must be taken
- More packing materials must be used
- More skill is required to handle and stow (pack) your furniture and effects
- More precise planning is imperative
If your moving company isn’t asking questions, they aren’t being thorough and you may be setting up for a disappointment. Thorough planning is fundamental for any successful interstate removalist consultant whether it’s a small, simple apartment move or a full 4 bedroom house travelling across Australia.
A location near you!
As you can see on the map, the AIR network has many locations Australia wide. These strategic locations situated in the larger cities allow our interstate furniture removalists to service most of Australia regularly and with ease. If your town is not near any of our locations, don’t hesitate to call our office or fill out the form above and see how often we travel to your area, we may even be able to offer a back-loading rate if your moving date is a little bit flexible.
Back-loading (load sharing) or exclusivity
You may have heard the term back-loading before, this means is you share space with other the AIR network customers in one of our trucks or containers heading to or from your area. This means you share the overheads involved with your move ultimately reducing the cost for you.
The alternative to back-loading is sending your goods exclusively, meaning your goods travel alone and direct in one of our interstate furniture moving trucks. This is generally regarded as the best way to move because there is less to coordinate.
An interstate moving company with integrity
In an age where people have access to multiple forms of media, it is integral for businesses to remain as honest and open with their customers as possible. This is something the AIR network takes very seriously; we pride ourselves on our integrity and commitment to making sure every interstate removalist job we undertake is carried out as best as possible.
Take advantage of our offer and get a quote from the AIR network today!
Fill out the short form above and receive a comprehensive quote from Australia’s best interstate furniture removalists. We have moving specialists ready to attend your submission and come back to you with a firm quote based on the list you provide.
We can provide you with advice, and quote on any of the following services:
- Door to door interstate furniture removals
- Professional packing and unpacking of your boxes
- Supply of packaging materials
- Storage – Short or long term
- Moving Insurance
- Car or Pet Transport
- Cleaning Services
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Published on Jul 27, 2017 | by Corey Smith