Removal Tips To Save You Money, Time, And Nerves

You’re moving house? How exciting! But also… what a drag! Whether you’re moving to a different country – or just a few blocks away – preparation is the key for a stress free removal.

You may have a bunch of friends who are more than willing to help you with all the packing, but if you want to keep them even after you move house, it’s better to find a reputable removal service and let them handle the process. A removal firm will have a lot of padding items to protect your belongings from breakage and damage while driving – you will not.

Don’t try to do it all on your own. You must factor in the expenses for buying the packing material, and hiring a small truck or a van for the relocation. You will probably lose more time and money by doing it yourself than you think. And, are you really sure you’re fit enough to move around the large pieces of furniture? What about carrying it up and down the stairs?

Don’t be cheap when choosing the removal service to help you move. A good removal service, with its professional resources and assistance, will save you lots of time and nerves. You will want to deal with the professionals, so pay them accordingly. If they’re too cheap, that may not be a good sign.

A “man with man” is ideal if you don’t have too much stuff. This option is usually cheaper, but they cover only short distance moves. “Man with van” have many moves during the day, so don’t forget to book ahead. Don’t underestimate how long you will need them around either.

Take about two weeks before the removal to sort out all of your belongings. Declutter and organize! Get rid of all the stuff you wouldn’t need in a new location: it will save you time when packing, it will save you money – and you’ll have more space in your new home. Don’t cling to the stuff that is useless: if you’re uncomfortable with ditching perfectly good stuff, either donate those items to charity or leave them to your friends.

A removal service can provide all the boxes for packing your stuff, bubble wrap etc. There is no such thing as too much wrapping when moving house! You will want to have loads of string and packaging paper. A great tip is to label all the boxes: this way you will know what is inside and what to unpack first when you get to your new home.