Moving homes can be very stressful. Having to sort through your things to see what is essential and what can be left behind, packing every single item and organizing can really wear you out. If you are thinking of moving to Barcelona or within Barcelona, here are some of the moving companies that can lend you a hand.
Anyvan is not a moving company per se, but rather a website that works in a similar way that Skyscanner or Kayak work for searching flights, and the same way Trivago works for looking for and booking hotel rooms. If you go their website, you will have the option of filling a form that describes the general terms of your moving process. The website’s search engine will present you with a number of prices offered by different moving companies so that you can choose the deal that best suits you. Anyvan is not useful only for people who are moving homes, it is also useful for people who want to send packages or transport heavier, larger items like cars, motorcycles, and pianos.
Servimudanzas is a company that has been operational for over 20 years, with five locations in Spain: Barcelona, Sant Cugat del Vallès, Marbella, Málaga and Zaragoza. The process to learn the cost of your moving with Servimudanzas goes like this: you make a call and describe your moving needs, and then, someone from the company will pay you a visit to have a better idea of what you will be taking when you move. The price will also depend on if you are planning on packing the items yourself or if you would prefer Servimudanzas to do it. The company also has storages available for those who need to leave but can’t move their items elsewhere immediately.
Servimudanzas is located at Passeig Francesc Macià, 64, 08173, Sant Cugat del Vallès.
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Flippers is a company that works in local, national and international moving. This experienced company has been in business for more than 35 years, working for individuals and companies who need to be relocated. The team of experts at Flippers can take care of the whole processes, disassembling any furniture or equipment that needs to be transported in parts, and they will carefully pack every single item that needs to be moved so that nothing gets damaged during the transportation process. The quality of the service offered by Flippers is certified by IAM, FIDI, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and OHSAS 18001.
Flippers is located at Poligono Industrial Can Sunyer, Calle Metal, s/n, 08740 Sant Andreu de la Barca.
Hermanas Guzman is a respected moving company which has been in business for almost 50 years. The company offers moving services, storage space rental, and logistic services. When hired for moving services, the company will disassemble and pack all your items, and then later, unpack and assemble them again when they have reached their destination.
Hermanas Guzman is located at Carrer d’Alacant, 18, 08830 Sant Boi de Llobregat.
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Gil Stauffer is the oldest moving company in our list, having first opened its doors in 1905. With over one hundred years of experience, the company has gained the trust of thousands of satisfied customers, who have used their services for local, national and international moving. Gil Stauffer was the first one to use a vehicle – which was designed by the company itself – capable of carrying 200 tons. The company boomed in the 50s, opening a number of new offices in the main cities in the country and creating new and specialized moving services to cover any type of transportation needed, such as offices and companies relocation, artwork transportation and assembly, logistics and distribution, storage, and custody and documents management. Today Gil Stauffer is present not only in Spain but also in Belgium, Portugal, London, Russia, and France.
Gil Stauffer has offices all over the country. The one in Barcelona is located at Calle Salvador Espriu, 2-8, in Hospitalet de Llobregat.
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