Please fill in all the required fields in the form below and upload your company logo. As soon as we’ve reviewed and approved the form, we’ll register you to receive our subscription boxes.
Please note, this service is available to estate and letting agents only.
Usually, this is due to an issue uploading your logo. Along with the mandatory fields a logo needs to be uploaded. The logo format is JPEG and must be <1mb.
As our subscription box service is free, we just need to ensure that all our boxes are going exclusively to estate and letting agents who can then pass them on to home movers. If your business is an estate or letting agency, then there should be no delay in registering you.
Yes, the boxes are completely free of charge for agents and home movers, including UK mainland delivery to one address. There is just a £5 delivery charge for offshore locations and Scottish Highlands and Islands. This is made possible by the strong relationship Home Move Box have with many leading retail brands who want to engage with home movers via the offers and discounts in the box.
You’ll receive a pack of eight boxes once a month.
The boxes will be delivered directly to your branch once a month. You can then hand them out or deliver to your customers.
The contents of the boxes may vary from time to time, but usually include tea, biscuits, treats, cleaning products, as well as offers and discounts from leading household brands.
No, every month we choose the products for the box to ensure a good selection for home movers. The brands and items in the box do change from time to time.
Yes, we have a wider range of welcome boxes for movers which can be found on homemovebox.com. These can be ordered and paid for online.
Yes, there is a £5 charge per shipment to offshore locations and Scottish Highlands and Islands.
Delivery to all UK mainland locations is free of charge.
“I love the idea of having the boxes delivered to our offices. I can add a personal touch and my staff deliver them to the property on moving in day and test the smoke detectors at the same time – two birds killed with one stone!”