removal company


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Noun1.removal company - a company that moves the possessions of a family or business from one site to another
company - an institution created to conduct business; "he only invests in large well-established companies"; "he started the company in his garage"
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Furniture which is not moved to the temporary resettlement apartment must be stored by the removal company during the resettlement period.
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World's largest junk removal company thrives a quarter century after naysayers warned the industry couldn't be franchised
So while a leaflet distribution company like Roam may be distributing to the whole Newcastle city area - a total of 120,000 households - within that same leaflet distribution it may be delivering to 30,000 of those households for a housing association and 6,000 households with 'for sale' boards for a removal company.
The deceased were working in a mine removal company.
Established North Shore LI, NY Residential, Commercial and Municipal Tree Pruning and Removal Company including Golf Course Mgt Cos & Gated Communities.
The cost of hiring a removal company - and how long the whole process takes - depends on the size of your house and where you are moving to.
But the golden rule is simple whether you are moving your own goods, hiring a van or paying for the services of a removal company, you need to consider the cost in the miles travelled and the amount of goods moved.
The removal company should be liable for your property while it's in their hands, but they may not cover boxes you have packed yourself so check the ne print.
The county council said it could see the funny side of the situation, but hired the group because some of the articles were bulky and it had used the removal company in the past.
A removal company specialising in transporting pianos was hired to carefully lift the 23 pianos into the hall one by one.