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]

Top Three Variables That Affect Your New Furniture Delivery Costs

Posted on: 10 July 2020

You only have one life and you should make the most of it. Moving house not only presents the opportunity to start a new life but with new stuff too.  One of the things you may want to replace as you move into your new residence is the furniture. New furniture can make you more comfortable at your new abode while refreshing the look of your home's interior. Unfortunately, most furniture items require specialised handling and equipment to transport safely and efficiently. [Read More]

How To Prepare For Removals

Posted on: 24 April 2020

Most people do not know how to prepare for an office or residential move. As such, they have a difficult time on the removals day. Below are a few tips on how to prepare for removals.  What Do You Intend To Move?  Declutter your house to get rid of any items that you do not need. These include broken furniture, damaged electronics or old clothes that you no longer wear. Moving with these items will increase the removal fees since you will need a larger truck to move your items. [Read More]

Preparing furniture for a move

Posted on: 22 January 2020

Packing for a move, especially when packing furniture, can be one of the most time-consuming parts of the whole moving process. Hiring professional removalists takes a lot of the worry out of it, but there are still a few things you'll need to do to get your furniture ready for moving day. This guide will help you get ready quickly and efficiently.  Take inventory The first step in any move is determining what you have to move. [Read More]