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INCLUDING MINI REMOVALS ON OUR SHARE LOAD LONG DISTANCE FURNITURE REMOVAL SERVICE TO ALL MAJOR CITIES INCLUDING JOHANNESBURG, PRETORIA, CAPE TOWN, MPUMALANGA, GARDEN ROUTE & PORT ELIZABETH
A trusted Moving Company with focused Boksburg Mini Moving Teams for our clients with small load moving requirements. These include anything from 1 item to full truckload of up to 8 ton volume load. Our Boksburg Mini Moving Division have 4 furniture removal teams from 1 to 8-ton trucks which are all closed and equipped with skilled personnel, blankets and strapping to safely collect and deliver your furniture or item.
All our teams are quick on their feet and can be dispatched as soon as the booking is confirmed with your consultant.
Boksburg Moving Company Service Includes
Small loads even single items
Small Offices Moves
Anywhere in Boksburg , Johannesburg & Gauteng
A Free furniture removal quote is provided as a starting point for our excellent service. Our localised Boksburg Mini Furniture Removal team also provide protective packaging, packing & storage options to help you prepare for a pleasant moving experience. All our trucks are equipped with blankets and strapping to provide a safe and secure furniture removal service.
Moving furniture it's our game, We aim to ensure that we deliver your furniture safely with speed and efficiency at affordable prices
. We are 24 /7 operational around Johannesburg
Boksburg is a city on the East Rand of Gauteng province of South Africa. Gold was discovered in Boksburg in 1887. Boksburg was named after the State Secretary of the South African Republic, W. Eduard Bok. The Main Reef Road linked Boksburg to all the other major mining towns on the Witwatersrand and the Angelo Hotel (1887) was used as a staging post.
Boksburg is part of the City of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality, that forms the local government of most of the East Rand.
The Mining Commissioner Montague White built a large dam which, empty for years, was dubbed White's Folly until a flash flood in 1889 silenced detractors. The 150,000 square metre dam is now the Boksburg Lake, and is surrounded by lawns, trees, and terraces