Dismantle/Reassemble furniture

Office or residential moving are always accompanied by a process of assembling and disassembling furniture and packing belongings. Our company offers professional services for assembly and disassembly of office and home furniture, which can be done either in conjunction with the organization of the move or as a separate service.


There are many apartments and houses that are not made to fit large or bulky furniture through the doorways or elevators, but worry not – clear your mind of all doubt, we can take apart your furniture.

  • New furniture assembly.
  • Disassemble as part of the move.
  • Assembly as part of the move.

Disassembling, and later reassembling, of furniture is routine for our movers. We do it quickly, professionally and without any damage to your furniture. Also, we have just the right tools, equipment and manpower to do the job for you, making it a hassle free experience on your part.

New furniture assembly

Getting new furniture is always so exciting but assembling them can be a daunting task that requires patience, time, effort and organization. So, it’s definitely nice to have someone put your furniture together for you so you can enjoy your new addition to your home.

Disassemble as part of the move

On the day of the move, our team will decide what items of furniture should be dismantled. We’ll take apart any piece of furniture that won’t go through the doors/ stairs. Items that may need dismantling are: bed frames, wardrobes, large dinning tables, desks, sheds, picnics tables, climbing frames, etc.

Assembly as part of the move

Once we arrive at your new place, our movers will take care of assembling anything that we took apart. Just show us where everything goes so that we can be sure to assemble it in the room that it’s going to be kept. It makes it easier for you to get your new home the way you want it, before we leave.

Please note!

If the furniture is glued together, or the screws are stripped, then there’s a chance that we won’t be able to disassemble it. If the item is an antique (or very old and fragile) and there’s a chance that it might break, then it’s probably a good idea to not try and take it apart.

Depending on the type of the furniture item. Sometimes two people are requested to fulfill the job.

Yes. New furniture takes longer to be assembled because there is a new plan that should be followed compared with the furniture we dismantle and reassemble.

Yes, as long as we are informed in advance.