Furniture Movers | Nelson and Tasman
If you require furniture removals in Nelson and Tasman, Two Lads and a Truck are the blokes for the job. With over a decade of industry experience, our team are local to the Nelson area, meaning we know our way around almost better than anyone. Contact Shane and team to book your move today!
About Our Tasman Moves
When you enlist the services of our Tasman and Nelson movers, two of our lads will arrive in a 33-cube truck ready to rock. Depending on our schedule and yours, we can move you from your old place into your new one with ease. We’re available from 8am-5pm Monday through Saturday, and promise to only always charge you for the time it takes to complete the move — even if it’s under our original estimate!
Conditions to Note
- Hourly rates for the 33-cube truck start at $169, incl GST.
- A credit card required to secure the booking
- A $60 cancellation fee applies for confirmed bookings
- Larger truck available on request
We’ve been proudly servicing Nelson Tasman since 2011 and offer our removal services across all suburbs, including:
Nelson and Tasman
Can’t see your suburb? No sweat. Get in touch, and we’ll do our best to accommodate your needs. We look forward to moving you soon!
Nelson and Tasman
- We require a 2-hour deposit to be paid at the time of booking
- Your move starts when the lads leave the depot
- Minimum charge of 2 hours. Cost is based on original estimation
- Work not available during torrential downpours. If you have a move scheduled on this day, we’ll work with you to find another suitable date and time
- We do our best to treat your belongings with care, but accidents sometimes happen. Please be aware that all carriage and storage is at the owner's risk.
- Property owners are responsible for any loss or damage. As such, we encourage you to contact your insurer prior to the move to make appropriate arrangements. If your insurer is unable to assist, we will be happy to refer you to a reputable insurance provider
Thinking of moving to this extraordinary corner of New Zealand? Discover more about it on the Nelson Tasman website.