A Comparative Guide On DIY Versus Proffesional Moving

Posted on: 24 May 2021

When moving your home, you could be conflicted over whether to go for a DIY move or engage the services of an experienced removalist. Below is a comparative excerpt on the two options. With luck, it will ensure an easy removal process.  DIY Removals A DIY move allows you to save on removal costs, and it allows you to move at your pace. It is also an ideal choice for people who value their privacy and are not comfortable with other people accessing their premises. [Read More]

Why You Need a Removals Service for Your Very First Move

Posted on: 16 March 2021

Some people move several times in their lifetime. And because of that, for their later moves, they often don't need the help of professional movers. They already have the experience and knowledge necessary to move on their own. But if you are planning to move for the first time, a removals service can help you to avoid the disasters that befall so many other first-time movers. If you are planning your first move, hire removalists. [Read More]

Two furniture removal tips to follow when moving house

Posted on: 29 December 2020

Are you moving to a new home? Here are two furniture removal tips to remember when you next move house. Don't assume that a piece of furniture will fit through the door of the room that it's in Many people assume that if a piece of furniture is already inside a room, then it must fit through the door of that room. Based on this assumption, they may then not bother to measure that furniture before their furniture removalists try to take it out of the room. [Read More]

6 Questions to Ask a Removals Company

Posted on: 20 October 2020

Removals services can take the stress out of moving. To make sure you get a good deal on your next move, be sure to ask these six questions of any company you plan to work with. Reputable companies will be happy to answer them. 1. What Does the Quote Include? Removals companies vary widely in the level of service they offer. Some provide only transport and loading, whereas others help with every stage of your move, including packing and unpacking. [Read More]