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Advice for DIY removals
Doing the removal process yourself isn’t exactly for the faint of heart. But, if don’t have any, or very little, furniture to move to your new destination, it can be an ideal option for you. Moving from a small studio flat, a one bedroom flat or moving as a university student, the DIY approach can be very useful. You can save a bit of money in doing so, hiring up a van and getting some assistance from friends or family to provide a helping hand for moving your belongings onto and out of the van itself during the journey.
Making a Move Less Stressful for You and Your Children
When moving home, you will have many tough chores to face. Staring with planning, you have to take into account every chore, every service, everything you will require, how much support is needed and so on. You will then have to buy an abundance of packing material and then heavy lifting is necessary and it can really take its toll, as boxes and furniture have to be carried in and out homes and vehicles.
The 3 packing mistakes to be avoided
Here you are. It is time for you to move out. This might stir up many feelings at the same time like anxiety, sadness, nostalgia, or maybe you feel happy and excited about it. What is sure is that leaving your current home does not leave you unmoved. Your relatives might be impacted as well, especially if you are going to live far from them. Nevertheless, to achieve a good packing, you have to put your feelings behind and think rationally. This is crucial if you want to have a pleasant start at your new place. For that there are 3 packing mistakes to be avoided by any cost.
Moving Home – Prepare to Pack, Don’t Just Go Ahead and Do It
No one likes packing; that is simply a fact. When it comes to moving house, we tend to put it off as long as possible until we simply have no choice but to get it done. For those of us more prepared for the job, we still like to get it done as quickly as possible and it is only for a rare few that the idea of using this as an exercise in de-cluttering makes itself apparent. But those people are on the right track, because despite how important the packing is, the pre-pack is equally so.
The worst client ever
Or how to avoid crazy clients
We are working in moving houses and apartments in Ireland for more than 5 years, and during these years we had many different clients, picky ones, the ones that don’t care, the ones that always late and not ready for the move, well planed moves, but few weeks ago we had the worst client ever during our long work experience.
So we decided to share this story with you so you could recognize such clients and avoid all possible problems we had.
The best way to move both furniture and people
When moving to a new house in a new city or town, people can get quite sentimental, if not stressed out. It takes time and emotional intelligence to endure the longing for your old, memory-filled home, but it requires a sound strategy to manage the hassles of relocating to a new house.
Moving tips for domestic removals
Moving house is never going to be easy, but there are some ways in which you can think about your removals process in order to ensure that you are on the right track at all times. It all comes down to clever planning and a little bit of common sense really, just ensuring that you are not going to lose your head at any time, or miss anything out that is essential to the move! Forgetting things can lead to massive trouble later on down the line when you remember them, and it is too late! The same goes for getting overly stressed; it only means that you are not thinking rationally about how you are going to get everything done, as well as ensuring that yo are not in a very nice mental space... Have a look over the following tips, none of them will be that revolutionary, but the will let you look at the move in a different way and ensure that you are making the most of your move.