How to move house & keep your sanity

By Chris Cornish on 14 February, 2019 | Moving Tips

Wouldn't it be nice to settle into your new home without anything to worry about? No broken furniture. No missing items. No lost valuables. If you want your move to go off with the least amount of damage, stress, and lost items, then we'd recommend you look at hiring professionals to help with the move itself. We can't help with moving the family, but just about everything else? Including the pets? We sure can!

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Looking to hire interstate furniture movers?

By Chris Cornish on 5 February, 2019 | Moving interstate

Moving home can be quite time consuming and involved, so it’s best to start planning your move months in advance. We’d recommend you start looking into which interstate removals company you’ll use even up to three to four months prior to your moving date.

We've put together a short checklist of things you should know or ask about removalists you're considering using:

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How to move interstate without going crazy.

By Chris Cornish on 31 December, 2018 | Moving interstate

 

Most of us who have experienced moving to a new home know how tiring and stressful it can be. The biggest tip we can give to ensure you avoid stressful moving syndrome is to get the help of professional interstate removalists. They can take care of as little or as much of the move as you require - the whole move; from packing, transportation to unpacking, or just transportation of items that you can’t do yourself, such as a piano or the outdoor spa. Now that’s moving made easy.

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Hire Interstate movers or DIY?

By Chris Cornish on 19 December, 2018 | Moving interstate

You’re moving interstate. There’s a lot to plan, co-ordinate, schedule and prepare. One of the biggest decisions you should start thinking about early on in the planning stage is if you’re going to hire interstate movers or undertake the move yourself.

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How to move a piano long distance

By Chris Cornish on 29 August, 2018 | Piano & Heavy Moves

If you own one, then you’re well aware that pianos are extremely heavy instruments. Because of their weight and size, trying to move them without damage to the instrument, the walls, floor or your back, takes careful planning and expertise.

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Where can I get moving boxes & what sizes do I need?

By Chris Cornish on 15 August, 2018 | Moving Tips

Before we go any further - we want to clarify that boxes for general household storage are not suitable to use for your move. Why? Because generic storage boxes you can purchase locally, say from your local hardware store, are not designed to be strong or tough enough for commercial transportation. Generic storage boxes used for a commercial move is likely to result in boxes giving way under weight, or tears and punctures to the box, all resulting in damage to your items. Generally, you’ll probably pay more per box for a moving box over a storage box, but it’s definitely worth the investment.

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