Dial A Box

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Here’s a new method of moving and storing your belongings: Dial-A-Box.

They are a family run removalist company, offering an easy and cost effective way of moving – using shipping containers – you load it, and save money!

In these hard times Dial-A-Box removals offers you a simple and easy removal option. Their aim is to offer you, their valued customer, an easy solution to your move. At Dial-A-Box, they take the time to discuss all details with you and make sure all of your questions are answered.

Whatever the size of the load to move or store, Dial-A-Box has 10, 20 and 40 foot shipping containers which can also be hired as a solution for an instant shed or perfect for the extra furniture we accumulate.

Shipping containers can be modified to include windows, doors, shelving or Whirly birds.

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Place Categories: tradesPlace Tags: containers, dial, shipping and storage

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2 reviews

  1. Brendan, March 11, 2018 5:54 am business - Dial A Box
    1/5

    DO NOT DEAL WITH DIAL A BOX, they will increase the price of moving a container after it’s been picked up, then relocate your property to a remote storage facility & bill for more money, Also damage & destroy your property to go along with it.
    Never dealt with a company as dishonest as this one.
    AVOID AT ALL COSTS

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  2. Michael Molloy, April 5, 2018 8:25 am business - Dial A Box
    5/5

    Dial A Box is being constantly defamed by a disaffected customer, Brendan Gangell who is posting comments online which have no factual basis whatsoever.
    Dial A Box is only too happy to provide contact details of satisfied clients to anyone wishing to do business with it.

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