No Damage Removals has grown substantially since its introduction to the Sunshine Coast market in 2003.
In just over 10 years the business has grown from just one truck to three with an experienced and professional crew assigned to each vehicle.
Between them they are averaging 25 removals per week. These figures show that they mean business and they perform in a professional manner at all times.
The reason for this amazing growth is simple.
• They work hard;
• They are keen to keep the customer satisfied;
• They offer great rates and; most of all
• They offer a written No Damage Guarantee.
The good news does not stop there though. They are able to offer a variety of ways to help you through one of the most taxing experiences you could ever have. Let’s face it – moving is not fun.
Here are a few more reasons why they have become the best removalists on the Sunshine Coast:
• Home or office, they move them all.
• Move on an hourly rate or, if you prefer.
• They can quote you a fixed rate for your particular move.
• Packing and unpacking service.
• Disassembly and assembly service.
• Free loan of sturdy packing boxes.
• 7 days per week service so you can move anytime that suits you.
• 2,3,4 or 5-man teams – no job is too big or too small.
Just as the Australian Furniture Removers Association (AFRA) recommend, No Damage Removals believe in presenting themselves in the best possible light.
To this end they have branded their company on everything they use.
The office and trucks proudly advertise the company name and logo and the crews all have uniforms to wear. They are that confident of showing the public who they are and where they come from.
You don’t have to take their word for it. A browse through the testimonials page of their website at http://www.nodamageremovals.com is full of praise from happy customers using full names and in some cases including contact details so that you can confirm the information for yourself.
To add even more value to their service they have a comprehensive list of ideas and tips on how to pack, when to pack, what to start with first, ways to save on packaging and, best of all, an Inventory List to use so that you know what came out of where and where it is to go when it arrives at its new destination. How does it get any simpler than that?