Removals on a wet and windy day
Two jobs on today the first job is collecting a furniture removals job from the Palatine Road area in Blackpool to come into store now this is the council job however when we arrived I was actually surprised as to the cleanliness and Quality of the furniture as normally this leaves a lot to be desired as people are going through hard times find it difficult to tidy up clean up or have disadvantages however this lady was quite the apps exception.
Loading was done in a reasonable time and we proceeded back to the warehouse for unloading and reloading of containers for a job out of storage which is been in since September last year the lady in question had moved from behind the the pleasure beach to a property just off Highfield Road
Before we set off on the next job another removal company who shall be nameless brought a job into store. it was not loaded very professionally, mainly because the removal crew have virtually no experience in the removals industry and it saddens me to see customers goods treated in this way.
Again that was completed very swiftly with no problems at all and the vehicle was returned back to the yard giving me enough time to go and collect shock absorbers for the removal van ready for its retest on MOT.
On the way back I was sat at the give way and took a picture of a couple attempting to squeeze a settee through the front door, I offered to help but my offer was declined.