GoodMove are determined to ensure that everyone remains healthy and safe during these unprecedented times, this includes both our customers and staff alike.
Therefore, we feel it is in the best interests of everybody to cease all removals activities from Monday the 30th of March.
Throughout this time, our office will remain open, meaning we will be able to take calls between 8 am and 12 midday.
We thank you for your understanding and appreciation of this unique situation.
This was not a decision we took lightly, but feel it was in the best interests of our fantastic staff and valued customers.
As the unprecedented impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) progresses globally, we want to keep you informed of how the company is responding to this ongoing situation.
GoodMove will continue to provide the best service for our customers by doing our best to keep everyone healthy and safe in the workplace and working to reduce any disruptions to our day-to-day operations.
GoodMove aims to conduct “business as usual” whilst also implementing some preventative measures. Our business requires complete accordance with government-imposed safety measures, but we will strive to maintain the best possible service for our customers.
Safety measures are being taken to safeguard our employees as best as possible, therefore also lowering the risk to our customers.
Preventative steps include:
Where possible, we are offering digital solutions to our customers, such as video surveys for moving services. This allows us to provide an extremely high level of service whilst minimizing the possible spread of the virus.
As the issue continues to evolve, we intend to keep you informed of all changes to our working procedures, providing some transparency in this uncertain period.
We thank all of our customers for their patience during this time and wish everyone good health.
Fundamental advice remains the same, don’t panic and use common sense as you would when safeguarding against a cold or flu. Don’t take any unnecessary risks and keep informed on all the latest developments.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has highlighted the following essential measures to help prevent the spread of COVID-19: