Houses are a bit bigger, so a 3 bedroom usually starts around R3000 and up in the same city. Longer distances and the amount of furniture affects the price.
by Cape Removals
14 July 2021
As mentioned above most removal costs come down to the amount of time taken to complete the move, so long-distance moves will cost quite a bit more than local ones. However, there are ways of saving money on long-distance removals.
Share load furniture removal options allow you to pay for one-way removal as you only pay for the space you are taking up in the truck. The truck will be used by multiple people going to the same destination, so the cost will be split between you and the other clients on the truck. This is a great money-saving option for those moving far away.
Moving long distances can take a toll on your possessions, so removal companies can provide you with the necessary moving supplies such as moving boxes, bubble wrap, buff tape, and other packaging material to safeguard your move. If you choose to get the removal company to pack your possessions, then they can ensure that your belongings are packed professionally and safely.
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Bargain on about R1750 or R1950 and up to move a 2 bedroom flat of about 50 square metres within the same city/town. Note: Ease of access and how much furniture impacts the final price.
If you want to work out how much it will cost for your removal service, then you will need to start by looking at the average costs. Local removal services can start from as little as R1000. If you are moving from one city to another then it will be closer to R3000 to R6000.
The average cost for movers by the hour is around R1000 to R2000. If you are moving locally and doing all the packing yourself then it will probably only take you around two hours, so overall the cost would be from R2000 to R4000. If you are moving from one city to another then it will take longer, so factor in the amount of time it will take you to get a more accurate price. See: How much should you pay a mover?
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Moving can be a stressful time, but what about the costs? And what if you have a larger home? We asked: How much does it cost to move a 2000 sq ft house?
PLUS: We look at moving a 2 bedroom apartment, 3 and 4 bedroom house, with an approximate moving cost calculator AND how to save on moving long distance with reliable moving companies.
To move a 2000 sq ft house should be around R4500 to R6000 upwards, depending on what extras you need. You can calculate it based on the assumption that a 2000 sq ft house is usually a larger 4 or 5 bedroom property. And the move includes moving all your furniture out of the house to your new home.
The price can vary based on extra services such as packing, furniture dismantling or storage. And factors that affect costs are the number of possessions you have and how far away you are moving. See these moving company prices, how much movers typically cost and how much to pay a mover per hour.
A smaller 4 bedroom house should be around R4500 and R5500 upwards in the same town or city. But again, it depends on how much furniture and how far you’re moving.
Apart from being rated as one of SA’s Top 3 removal companies, Cape Removals has furniture removal teams all across the country. Which means we can move any size house both local or long distance. See all our moving companies.
2000 sq ft is a larger house, around 600 sq metres, so usually a 4 or 5 bedroom, with lounge, kitchen, garage and maybe some extra rooms.