VRL Packers and Movers Gurgaon – Frequently Asked Questions

VRL Packers and Movers are a full service moving company offering local as well as long-distance moving services in Gurgaon. When people have to relocate, they are curious and have many questions. Below are few FAQ's you can refer to. In case you have additions questions, you can our support team.

I need to move interstate. Can you provide interstate moving services?

Yes. We are fully licensed moving company and can move you from Gurgaon to anywhere in India.

Do you provide a free moving estimate?

Yes, call our customer support numbers and set up a time for the move planner to visit you and get all the details about the move. The move planner will access all the items to be moved and based on the distance and difficulty of the move, will give you an estimate of the move.

What are the charges of packers and movers in Gurgaon?

The charges of packers and movers totally depends of items to be moved, distance to be traveled, difficulty of the move, labor cost and packing material cost. The relocation cost vary from Rs. 3000 for local moves to 7000 for inter-state moves.

Why do I need moving insurance if everything is packed professionally by Packers and Movers?

You must get your move insured even when your belongings are packed professionally by packers and movers company as it would save you from any loss in case the items are damaged due to unexpected reason such as road accident during the moving process.

Do you charge separately for packing material?

Depending on the volume of your move our quote includes the packing charges. However if there are any special packing requirement such as wooden crating that will be chargeable extra. We will inform you about the charges at the time of giving moving quote.

What types of moving services your company provide?

VRL Packers and Movers Gurgaon specialize and are experienced in providing residential moving, office relocation, vehicle transportation and packing services for shifting from Gurgaon to anywhere across India.