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Mover, delivery, disposal

Posted By: KaiminGuo

Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2022

Price: $35.00

Mobile: +65 97699646

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Delivery , disposal, movers
Price from $35 up
Helper & driver to move/carry $25
Other variations e.g. Distance, moving via stairs (not on lift level) will have additional costs

We offer the best lowest possible price in the market.
All costs are communicated upfront before carrying out the work. No hidden costs. It would be really helpful for you to let us know what is required before we start work (e.g. Stairs) to avoid misunderstandings.

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