Local Removal for the Disabled
I carried out a removals quote the other week for a chap in Goosnargh who was struggling to move around a bit as he had MS, which means we had to do literally everything for him, I visited him initially to carry out the survey and quickly realised that he needed a bit of extra care, I agreed the price with him and carried out the removals plan to include packing the day before and move the following day.
I dropped the packer off the day before and carried on with admin at my office, the following day myself and the packer arrived at 0930hrs to finish off last minute items to include dismantling his desk and disconnecting all his IT stuff, eventually the removals van was loaded for about 1230, but true to form the keys were not available.
A friend of mine worked in a garage round the corner so I decided to pop round for lunch and a catch up as he is a fellow BNI member, those of you in the know will realise that having a one to one on a regular basis is an important part of the process. I received the phone call on my packers phone ( no O2 signal on my phone) that the keys were available. We commenced unloading and finished for about 4pm.
In the meantime I carried out a survey in Ashton Preston for a chap who had deceased so his nephew met me there to deal with the move of the household effects to Northampton.While walking around the house I couldn’t help noticing all the memorabilia, in other words. A lot of packing is involved mainly Glass and China plus all the pictures of him in the suit.