Assembling and disassembling of furniture

To prevent damage during your removal, it is often necessary to dismantle large pieces of furniture. If you are not handy or simply do not have time for it, the movers of Neer Service can help you with this.

During your move many large and difficult items have to be dismantled in order to be transported. It happens regularly that items are on one floor and then cannot pass through the stairwell. This is often the case with old houses. Disassembling large and expensive pieces of furniture is very important. Any unevenness on the street or in the house can cause many problems.

In children’s rooms there are often chests, closets or cots that are too large. Also bunk beds, sideboards and built-in cupboards are difficult to get to the ground floor without dismantling them.

Examples of disassembly and assembly work are;

  • Linen cabinets
  • Chests
  • Cots
  • Cabin beds
  • Sofa beds
  • Boxsprings
  • Sideboards


  • Wall Furniture
  • Offices
  • Safes
  • Pianos
  • Wings
  • Fire resistant cabinets

During a personal visit, our appraiser can give advice on whether or not certain furniture’s should be taken apart in whole or in part.

ICT removal services

In office buildings there are often large desks, cupboards and ICT equipment. Our ICT mover specialist advises you on the approach to a move and assists you during the move. Disconnecting data and telecommunications equipment and making accessories ready for removal are a standard. We place and connect the equipment to the new workplace.  If necessary, we take care of testing the equipment and reporting any kind of malfunctions. Aftercare with the help of a service desk after the move is also possible.

In addition to our assembling and dismantling service, Neer Service also has a Handymans service. Our handyman does all the difficult jobs so you can focus on the ‘really important things’.

If you want to enjoy your new home in one day on your own bank, please use our dismantling and assembling service.