Can I Send Bricks on a Pallet?

Yes, you can send bricks on a pallet with us, but we ask that you have heavy goods such as bricks palletised prior to collection, making sure they do not overhang the pallet. 

Please note that the weight limit for a single pallet of bricks is 2,000 kilograms; If your pallet is too heavy to move, you can load some of the bricks onto another pallet yourself.


What are the recommended pallet sizes? 

The recommended size depends on how many bricks you're sending, and how heavy they are.

We can send pallets of various sizes, including micro, quarter, half, full and various oversized pallets. 

You can get a free pallet delivery quote through our website, but you must enter the correct pallet size for your bricks based on their weight and dimensions. You can use our size guide for this.


How much will it cost to deliver a pallet of bricks?  

All our prices are unique, which means there is no rate card or price list for sending bricks on pallets. 

However, getting a quote is easy and takes just a few minutes! 

You just need to head over to our quote page and complete our simple pallet quote form; We’ll provide you with an instant price as soon as your details have been provided. 

If you’re happy with the quoted price, you can then go ahead and book your pallet delivery of bricks! 


Can you collect my bricks today?

Yes! Any bookings placed before 11:45am on a weekday are eligible for our same-day collection service. 

Our same-day service is only available for bookings consisting of 3 pallets or less, and excludes our Pallet & Wrap service. 


Should I notify PalletOnline of heavy goods?  

Usually, there is no need to notify us of heavy goods as long as they are within the correct guidelines. Everything you need to know about pallet sizes, weight and height limits is outlined on our website.

Please make sure you book a tail lift if your bricks weigh 750kg or less. You will need to book a lift assist if they weigh more than 750kg but less than 1,000kg. 

Anything over that weight and you will need to arrange a forklift to help move the bricks safely. 

You can always send us a message on Live Chat if you need any help or advice! 

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