Spain is ;
Which I listed in part 1
So I thought I would expand on a few of them points
Well Spain is big is an easy point to start with it is one of the biggest by area countries in Europe , as well as the 2nd most mountainous country in Europe after Switzerland ,
Old and historical
Well Explore Spain and you will find roman ruins , Moorish ruins, medieval castles, and cities with history dating back a long long time , Cartagena was for example founded by the Carthage empire (if I recall my history (which means it dates back to something (weather occupied since then to now I don't know) like 200bc or something (willing to be corrected if wrong)but either way it is a very old place
Tossa De Mar in Catalan has Roman ruins
Varied circling back briefly to point one Spain is Big it is made up of numerous regions each with it's own culture , and shared aspects of Culture with other areas Spain.
Spain is ?
Sat side by side are a Euro 10 cent coin and a Brazilian 10 Centavos coin
This is just one example of none Euro coins that can be mistaken at a Glance for euro coins
There are more (of higher value )
So in the last blog entry of this blog i discussed why using a mover is better than (in most cases) than self moving and how that was partly due to the experience (often vast experience )that professional movers have , but that only really touched on the subject of a movers experience
So I will be again discussing it and expanding on what i previously said
you might have expected me to discuss equipment movers have and how that is an advantage which is true but experience comes in here to , a mover has the equipment to do the job yes and the knowledge gained means they know how to use that said equipment in an effective and safe manner.
So what you might say anyone can use a sack barrow yes that is true but a sack barrow is only one piece of equipment.
I am more referring to things likes of Ratchet straps (and other load securing means) and the knowledge of how to properly load and secure the load on to the removal vehicle in a way that is :
B The weight is properly distributed (as there is axle weight (each axle on a vehicle has a max weight each axle can take)
C The weight is evenly distributed so one part of the removals vehicle is not over weight/over balanced (connect also to Axle weight)
when it comes to moving house/home there is no denying it can be stressful , so why would you want to increase that stress and self move ?
Are there any advantages of self moving ?
Well in my professional opinion no there are not and your better off letting a professional mover do your move for you ,but i hear you saying , oh but as a removals company your bound to say that , which is true but it does not change the fact, we think your better off letting a professional mover do it for you , lets explore why that is the case
A good removals team do house moves all the time (and yes while no two properties are the same) and that experience builds up , a mover , will for example though that experience know how to lift and handle more awkward or heavy items , safely and effectively,
And have the experience and knowledge how to get things though tricky spots
Plus ever noticed a removals person walking backwards while carrying large items ? Well when carrying many 2 person objects a person will need to be walking backwards and that is a skill in its own right , one thing you may have also noticed when watching movers at work is how often they can do a two person lift and carry the item straight to the removals vehicle when you would/might have had to put it down several times yes some time movers also need to do that )
I could go on about Experience for hours but I think you get the point , the fact a professional mover is doing this all the time is one of the key benefits,
Experience breeds expertise
(I will discuss the others in follow on pieces so that I can explore them in detail without this becoming to long)
So we are into the 6th Month of 2021 here are a few of our stats for the year
so tomorrow the 10th June is our Lynne's Birthday (in my case Ashley Mum (and in Paul's case his wife)
So here is the written version of the Q&A I did on Wednesday on our Youtube channel to mark our 1st year as a limited company
How long have we been doing removals?
We where founded in Hull UK in 2012 , so that means we are now into our 9th Year , we rebranded in 2017 from Clark trading and logistics
Why did we rebrand to ERS
We rebranded to European relocation services in 2017 to better reflect the companies direction as we had relocated to Spain as our base of operations and started covering Spain -UK-Spain as our main operations route rather than domestic in the UK
When did you go Limited?
We went limited as ERS removal services Ltd on the 12th May 2020
What International routes do you cover ?
We cover Spain-UK-Spain
As well as various other routes to and From Spain
Like Spain -France
we Have also and do also do loads from Spain to Ireland
And cover a wide range of European countries from Spain
And yes we do cover places like Spain -Germany which we have done as few times in fact
What was the highest you have ever unloaded at on a house move?
That would be in the swiss alps at around 1500m -1600metres up (about a mile) in the winter we did a house move there from London for a customer
What ports have you travelled though ?
If my count is right it is now about 15 ports
Well among others
Dover -Calais -Dunkirk
Barcelona to Palma Majorca
We have also collected from Grimsby docks Boston and Immingham docks
Ever travelled though the channel tunnel?
Yes on two occasions when we did a load from Hull to Paris
Ever done any Islands (excluding the UK mainland)
yes we have , we have done 2 loads from Wigan for Example to Majorca
And 2 loads to Ireland via the UK (where we put them on pallets and then they where shipped over via pallet network company
Do you cover the Canary islands ?
No due to the very expensive ferries this is one route we don't send the van on
Have you ever done any loads to or from Africa ? giving how close you are to a few ports that ship there?
No we haven't , we have been asked to quote on one to there Morocco before but the customer decided to stay in Spain in the end
What is the Furthest north you have been?
What is the furthest you have delivered a car?
Our longest distance car delivery to date is a Vw from Baza Spain to Guildford UK at 1370 miles
Ashley R Clark