Tips For Moving House With A Furniture Removalist

Moving houses can be stressful, even with the help of experienced furniture removalists. Here are some tips to keep costs in check and make the day go as smoothly as possible. Ways To Save Money You may be able to save money with furniture removalists by opting for quieter times, for which you may be able to negotiate a better rate. For example, you could move on a weekday rather than the weekend, when rates are higher. [Read More]

How to Make Your Furniture Removal Easier

Moving furniture can seem like a daunting task, especially if you're doing it alone. Below is a handy set of tips and tricks to make your furniture removal easier. From the right tools to using alternative methods of transportation, these tips will help you get the job done quickly and efficiently. 1) Get the Right Tools The first step to easy furniture removal is getting the right tools for the job. [Read More]

The Dos And Don'ts Of An Interstate Move

Most people admit that planning and executing an interstate move can be pretty challenging. The secret to a seamless move is creating a list of dos and don'ts to prevent moving oversights. This extract details the dos and don'ts of interstate moves to ensure an easy time relocating to another state.  The Dos Hire an interstate removalist. Most people forego interstate removal services in favour of DIY moves. However, a removalist brings in the much-needed technical expertise to overcome the various interstate removal hurdles. [Read More]

Is Your Home In Need Of Restumping?

Are you planning renovations to your home? If your home has a stump subfloor, and you will be carrying out any work that is likely to increase the weight of the home structure or add any strain to the building, it is often advisable to consider restumping before any other building or renovation work is completed. What is restumping? Perhaps, you have never given much thought to your stump subfloor. As the stumps are not visible, it's easy to forget that they are there and focus on the more visible elements of the property. [Read More]