A: We will advise you on this, so the answer should usually be in our court rather than yours, but just to give you an idea:
The 20 cubic metre truck has a box measuring 4.5m long X 2.2m wide X 2.1m high. This is usually sufficient for most 1-2 bedroom dwellings.
The 40 cubic metre truck has a box measuring 7.4m long X 2.4m wide X 2.3m high. This is usually sufficient for most dwellings up to 4 bedrooms with an average density to the furnishings.
For 60 cubic metre jobs involving longer distances (where 2 trips with the 40m3 truck are impractical), our solution usually is to send both trucks with 1 driver each and an offsider serving both (for a total of 3 people loading/unloading). We’ve found this to be the most efficient solution.
Note that for some local jobs involving tighter access, 2 trips with the 20m3 truck may be more cost-effective than 1 trip with the 40m3 truck. We will advise you on this.
Just for comparison purposes, a DIY car-licence rental truck is usually 15m3, so if you’ve used that before, even our smaller truck will still handle your gear.