Are you planning to move from Spain to France? If so, you’ll need a reliable and experienced removal company to help you with the process. Moving to a new country can be a daunting task, but with the right help, it can also be an exciting and rewarding experience. At MyCheapRemovals, we offer removals from Spain to France. We have a team of experienced and qualified professionals who will take care of every detail of your move.
Moving from Spain to France – costs:
As Spain and France are members of the European Union and in the Schengen area, the costs for moving between those two countries, can be relatively low. Moreover, there is far less paperwork to go through and distances are lower than, for example in the case of moving from the UK to Spain. All those factors play a significant role when it comes to calculating how much to move from Spain to France.
So – with our years of experience with international removals we were able to come up with a formula to help generate instant removal quotes from Spain to France … and we cracked it before widely available AI ;-). What we need is the volume of your consignment (more about this in a moment), addresses – collection and delivery, and a date when you are planning to move from Spain to France (actually it applies to all destinations, but we are about a specific one).
Our system will generate removal quotes for 5 different volumes: 5, 10, 15, 20 and 30 cubic metres – you can find more about volumes for removals in this section (we’ll make it better – promise). There are a couple of exceptions when it comes to instant quotes – if you moving from or to one of Beleric or Canary Islands, we’ll have to quote your removal “manually” – even AI can’t do it right now.
To give you a rough idea of what budget you may need for your removal check this:
- Madrid to Paris
- Small removals – 5 cubic meters (or 176 cubic feet), 10 cubic meters (or 353 cubic feet): £569 and £819,
- Large removals – 15, 20 and 30 cubic meters (530, 706 and 1059 cubic feet accordingly): £1259, £1789 and £2129,
- Malaga to Strasbourg – this is probably the longest route between Spain and Paris:
- Small removals – 5 cubic meters (or 176 cubic feet), 10 cubic meters (or 353 cubic feet): £749 and £1119,
- Large removals – 15, 20 and 30 cubic meters (530, 706 and 1059 cubic feet accordingly): £1749, £2509and £3039
So – it’s as much as it gets. Keep in mind – our prices are final – there are no “small prints” in terms and conditions where we leave an open gate to charge you more. Use our instant removal quote form on this page, to get a detailed quote for your removal from Spain to France.
Removals from Spain to France – timeframes
How long does it take to shift your belongings from Spain to France? Long story short – quick. It is possible even with less than 24 hours.
From the moment your goods are on the van or lorry, our driver drives straight to the collection address – if you booked a designated service (20 and 30 cubic meters). That’s where 24 hours is possible. If you use our small or partial option – technically a shared service – it may be longer, as we’ll be collecting (or dropping off) other customer’s goods on the way to France.
Moving to France from Spain – how to proceed
If you plan to move from Spain to France start with a quote. On our website, you’ll get an instant removal quote. Just start typing collection location (city name, post-code) and select from the populated dropdown. The same applies to the destination. Next – select the volume of your consignment. Sometimes it may be tricky, but we can help you. We’ll provide you with a spreadsheet, which we call an “inventory list”. This spreadsheet will help you calculate the total volume and the total weight. You just need to provide the item’s size. We use metric units, so if for example, your box with clothes or books measures 50cm by 40cm by 30cm, you’ll enter 0.5 width, 0.4 length and 0.3 height. Weight in kilograms. We also asking for the value of items as we need them for insurance purposes.
Your goods are insured based on “Goods in Transit” insurance up to £20000. If you’d like to insure your goods to a higher amount you will have to contact your insurance broker. You can also check your content insurance, as some insurers may actually have removals in your policy.
Next – choose a date for your removal. Keep in mind if you considering part or small removal (5 or 10 cubic meters) we’ll use this date as a guide. We’ll confirm a 3-day time window around your date. In case of large removal options (15,20 or 30 cubic meters), will stick to your selected data.
We’ll need your contact details – email address and phone number.
Once you receive a quote you can book from email – just click now on the BOOK NOW button, corresponding to the volume you requested.
In the next step, we’ll ask you for collection and delivery addresses. At this time you can still change your mind about the removal date, but if you’ll be booking well in advance and change your plans – do not hesitate to contact us – we’ll work something out for you.
That’s it – is as simple as that. Now you can start preparing your items. You may find this guide quite helpful.