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Removals to Finland
So you’re making the big move to Finland? You’re going to need a removal company that’s been there before. That’s us. But we’re more than just your standard removal company. You only need to look at our three values to see this. They are:
- To deliver a terrific customer service experience.
- To treat all your belongings with complete care – just as if they were our own.
- And to offer the cheapest prices for removals to Finland.
So click on the quote form and before you know it you’ll be sitting in the comfort of your new home eating reindeer after your trip to the sauna.
Your journey with us:
Our driver will arrive at your door with a smile on his face, and you’ll discover that not only is he an expert at what he does, he is friendly too. Being trained in heavy lifting, he will help you carry all your possessions to our state of the art van before making sure they’re all neatly secured inside. Then, it’s off to Finland!
For your peace of mind, we will update you on our progress as we travel, so you are reassured that your items are safe. When we are two hours away, we will phone you, confirming the time we expect to arrive. Two hours later, the same friendly driver will be at your door, ready to help you carry your belongings into your new house. Nothing could be simpler.
Documents you’ll need for removals to Finland:
Filling in forms isn’t everyone’s idea of a good time, so you can breathe a sigh of relief, because there are only two forms to fill in when arranging removals to Finland. First there is a cargo movement or CMR form, which the driver will give to you on the day of your move. Second, there is an insurance form, which we will email to you upon you making your booking (insurance is free).
How to prepare:
There’s a British Army saying that should be taken to heart by anyone moving house: Proper planning prevents poor performance. To keep your belongings safe and secure, remember to cover or place padding on furniture, and place your loose items in boxes or suitcases.
If you need materials for packing, you can check out our online store where you’ll find heavy-duty shrink wrap and protective blankets.
How long does the journey to Finland take?
The average trip from the UK to Finland is just 56 hours, so it’s very quick. The driver will simply load the van and head straight for the destination, so it’ll be no time before you’re sitting in that old chair of yours again drinking a cup of coffee.
- Please note that moves from Scotland or Wales can take longer.
- Orders smaller than the full loading capacity of the removal vehicle (<15 cubic meters) can take up to 5 days to deliver. For details please click here.
Getting cheap removals from UK to Finland online
When you plan a move from the UK to Finland, you need a cheap and reliable removals company who can get the job done. Many people turn to the search engines to find cheap international removals. Be warned though: the top results for removals in Google may not be as cheap as they first seem!
- Many price comparison sites and middleman services claim to offer UK to Finland removals, in order to get your business. They then pass your details to a third party removals company. They charge that company a fee for their service – so the removals company must charge you more for your move.
- When you contact an international removals specialist like VanOne directly, there are no middleman charges. This means you get a fair price for your move to Finland.
How to avoid the middleman fees and spot the real companies
Do you want to get cheap house removals to Finland from the UK? Make sure you book with an authentic removals company and not a lead generation site. You can spot the middleman companies with a few simple tricks, which VanOne is happy to share with you.
- Search for the name of the international removals company in the Companies House database. UK companies are required to appear on this list, so you should be able to find any genuine removals company with a quick search.
- Visit the removals company’s website and check out the images they use. Real companies like VanOne use photographs of their own vehicles and staff. Fake brands are illustrated with standard stock photos from an online library.
What is the safest way to move your belongings to Finland?
As well as saving money on your house removals UK to Finland, you want your possessions to be safe during the journey. Moving through a middleman service could be less safe than arranging your house and flat removals to Finland with VanOne. Middleman companies use third party removals and shipping services. So your goods could be loaded and unloaded any number of times during their complex journey. This greatly increases the chance that something will get lost or damaged. VanOne travels straight from your UK location to your new home in Finland, so you know that your belongings are being kept safe.
Easy, Safe & Cheap removals to Finland:
We wanted to remind you why we’re different to other removal services out there. It’s because we put you first. Our three core values attest to this. Here is what they mean to you. Our fantastic service means you’ll find it’s a breeze to move to Finland with us, our commitment to caring for your belongings as if they were ours means they will be completely safe with us, and our very cheap prices mean you’ll have more money in your pocket to buy something you really want. So what are you waiting for? Click for a quote.
Any other questions?
Still have some questions about removals to Finland? Check out our FAQ page. We’re certain you’ll find the answers there. Get in touch today for more information. VanOne guarantees a safe, cheap and efficient move to Finland. Put your trust in our team.
Contribution by Michael Pawlicki
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