Removals to Norway from Osloto Tromsø, we have it covered
Scandinavia, and particularly Norway is one of the busiest destinations when it comes to all types of relocations. Top Removals has been doing weekly-scheduled trips to this Northern country for almost a full decade. Our professional teams are used to the harsh weather conditions, narrow roads and long, isolated drives
Currently, we offer weekly service to Oslo and bi-weekly to Stavanger and Bergen. Once a month our trucks go up North to Trondheim and by request as far as Tromsø. All our removals trucks depart from our London removals depot, but free collections and deliveries are included within the whole of the UK.
1. How long does it take to move from the UK to Norway and vice versa?
It takes 3 to 4 days for a truck to reach Norway. How long depends on the services booked, i.e. direct door-to-door or part-load services. The latter can take up to 2 weeks. For larger door-to-door moves it will take 2 to 3 days to pack and load, then 3 to 4 days in transit and 1 to 2 days to unload and remove the debris.
2. How much does it cost to relocate to/from Norway?
The rates for our established routes are the best on the market and are preferred by many trade customers. Prices start from £300- £350 for a single item, up to £10-12,000 for a whole arctic truck of household goods to be moved. Insurance is always charged and quoted separately depending on the customer cover requirements.
3. Do you do winter removals to or from Norway?
We offer year-round service. The summer is considered the busy season, and then we cover Norway on a weekly basis. During the winter and quieter period, we go every 2 to 3 weeks. Top Removals offers service to any town in Norway thanks to its fully equipped vehicle fleet. The roads are kept open all the time, except in the winter when some of the shorter ones via the mountains are closed. In such cases, we go around along the coastal route which is very pictures. This involves going through several tunnels and taking a couple of ferries. The distance is increased significantly.
1. Don’t count too much on the longer days
From late May to mid-September the sun doesn’t set in Norway, making it a perpetual day all the time. This may seem like a dream come true, as now you will have time for everything but the reality is quite different. If you are not used to having sunlight 24/7 your body will start to feel confused and you will slowly get more and more tired. The key here is to get enough sleep and don’t overwork yourself. Daylight doesn’t necessarily mean you have to constantly do things.
2. Pack your essential bag wisely
Norway is a Northern country and as such the temperatures even in the summer months can be lower from what you are used to. Remember to put a pair of warm socks and a couple of sweaters in your essential bag. You don’t want to catch a cold in the middle of your relocation. If you are moving from Norway to the UK, keep in mind that the Island is a humid place with lots of rains. So basically if you are moving from Bergen to London you will feel just perfect.
3. Consider renting a storage unit
Especially in the colder seasons, storage can save you a lot of headaches. During the winter months, not all roads are open and cross country transportation can be a bit tricky. It may be a good option for you to leave part of your belongings in a secure storage facility and pick them up later in the year.
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