Organizing all the objects that we have stacked for years and transporting them to our new home can become a tedious job if we do not have the help of a moving company. However, many refuse to do so for fear that the moving budget will be too high.
There are aspects such as the m3 of material or the mileage that we must take into account if we do not want to carry surprises at the end of the process. However, one of the factors with the most power to inflate the amount is accessibility.
How does accessibility influence the moving budget?
As an accessible housing facilitates the completion of our daily tasks, it also facilitates the storage and transport of the belongings of a move. On the contrary, the presence of barriers forces us to add complements and machinery to be able to finish the process. These are the barriers that tend to inflate the budget of a move.
The absence of an elevator
This is one of the setbacks that delays the most, and therefore makes the moving process more expensive. Lowering the furniture by stairs means an increase in effort and increases the obligation to disassemble them.
Too small holes
Measuring the windows and doors of our property before starting is essential to ensure that we will not need complementary machinery such as cranes.
Entry not accessible
The presence of steps and absence of ramps means that we must make use of maneuvering elements and cargo handling.
Street not accessible
In this case, the truck will not be able to access the door of our house, so we will have to transport the furniture and objects to the next street.
In our company of Lidon Removals and Storage we take care to facilitate the removals in Palma de Mallorca also in spaces with reduced accessibility. In addition, we offer a moving budget before carrying out the process without any commitment.