• Save Money on Interstate Moves With These Tips

    If you're moving from NSW to QLD, moving from QLD to Tas, moving from Vic to ACT or making any other type of cross country move, that can get expensive. However, there are ways to cut costs and keep the removal process from getting super expensive. Check out these money-saving tips. 1. Ask Your Employer for Reimbursement Often, interstate removals happen because you have a job offer in a new area, and if that's the case, you may want to ask your employer if he or she is willing to take on some of those costs. [Read More]

  • Packing Your Bookcases Before Moving

    Moving house can be a daunting task, but for a book lover it's especially weighty — literally. If you have a substantial library, moving may seem like a challenging project. It does take a lot of work, but if you plan well, start early and pack safely, you can get it done with a minimum of trouble.  Pack your books The most important thing about packing your library for a move is to start packing books early. [Read More]

  • Essential Packing Tips for a Smooth and Pain-Free Move

    Whether you are moving to a new home in the next town or relocating across the country for your new job, the way you pack your belongings can make a big difference when you arrive at your new location. Most moving day disasters can be avoided if you take the time to pack your belongings properly and protect them the right way. Here are some smart packing tips you can use to make your next move as stress-free and uneventful as possible. [Read More]

  • Moving House During Bad Weather: 3 Ways To Keep Your Belongings Safe

    No-one wants to move house on a day it is pouring with rain, but there are some events you just can't predict, and a feisty Queensland summer storm is one of them. When you have no chance to postpone the move, there are several things you can do to reduce the impact the bad weather has. Your main priority during the storm is to keep your belongings and the removalists safe, and there are three ways you can do this. [Read More]

  • 7 Important Costs to Consider When Planning to Move

    Relocating from a home is not only stressful, it is also a very expensive affair, and one that must be adequately budgeted for to ensure that everything flows smoothly. You should start planning even months ahead of the moving date to give you time to set aside the necessary funds to secure a smooth move. This is true whether you're moving yourself or using a removal company. This article highlights important costs to factor in to ensure you're not caught off-guard once it's time to go. [Read More]

  • Don't Flex Your Muscles: Tips To Safely Move Your Hand Weights And Treadmill

    It is amazing just how much stuff you find in your house when it is time to pack up and move. Unfortunately, not everything you own fits neatly into standard sized moving boxes, and this is certainly the case when it comes to your home exercise equipment. However, this doesn't mean you need to leave your things behind, but it does require preparation before the removals team arrives at your home. Use this checklist as a guide to make sure your gear gets to its new abode undamaged. [Read More]

  • Helpful Hints for Helping an Elderly Friend or Relative Move to a New Home

    Moving to a new home can be a logistical challenge regardless of your age or physical capabilities. If you need to help an elderly relative or friend move to a new home, some extra challenges might present themselves. In order to make the transition as smooth as possible, there are a few things you can do to help. Downsizing to a New Home If your relative or friend is downsizing and moving to a home of a more manageable size, they will need to discard some of their possessions. [Read More]