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Topic # 235996 13-May-2018 02:03
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I have a few things that I need moved, tables, bed, bookshelves, thing's I can't do myself. Looking for a 2 man and truck kinda recommendation. I can google these things but I would like to hear of any that you have used that were good/good value for money also.


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  Reply # 2015044 13-May-2018 10:36
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The guys at Tiger Transport are awesome.

No idea on pricing but they can move anything and do storage too.

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  Reply # 2015087 13-May-2018 12:34
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What area in Auckland?




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  Reply # 2015108 13-May-2018 13:26
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What area in Auckland?

 

 

Penrose to Manurewa, looking to do it on a Saturday


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  Reply # 2015111 13-May-2018 13:38
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We used Aacarriers last year. They were reasonably priced and did a decent job.

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  Reply # 2015113 13-May-2018 13:39
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Also try and do the first job of the day. - the you know what time they’ll show up and you didn’t get held up by other jobs.

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  Reply # 2015142 13-May-2018 14:49
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Two men & a van also seemed reasonably priced. Can't comment on work quality.


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