Monday, 31 July 2017
Whether you are moving next door or 200 miles away, office relocation can be a daunting task for both the employees and the management. Apart from moving heavy furniture and equipment, the most complex task during office removals involves data storage and protection.
Changes in the systems increase the chances of data loss, hence the need to engage office removal professionals right from the onset of making plans. Not only does it minimise the risk of data loss and disruption but it also ensures a smooth transition of the IT communications and network infrastructure. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2wlkOaz
Wednesday, 5 July 2017
Regardless of the destination, moving has its sets of challenges like losing or damaging valuables. The exhaustion of the move can also diminish the excitement of a new experience. From this perspective, it makes sense to hire removal services to deal with the minutiae of the whole process.
After finding the right people to do the heavy lifting, ensure that you are getting the best possible service by signing a contract. A solid agreement with your removals service can guarantee that you don’t encounter unnecessary fees or other problems after completing the move. But what should a typical contract contain?
Before agreeing on paper with a moving company, you must have a discussion. A customer must know which responsibilities of the moving process the removal service will handle. Are you doing the packing yourself or are the movers doing it? Will the movers help you settle at your destination? Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2uosJmo
Friday, 19 May 2017
So you’ve finally managed to purchase a new house you and your family can call home. Now comes the next big step: making the move. The truth is, relocating to your new home may take a bit more effort than buying the house itself. That’s because a successful move takes a good amount of careful planning and organisation so that the big day can be as worry- and hassle-free as possible.
Ideally, you should start planning the move as early as two months before the actual date. During this period, create a binder that contains an extensive inventory of all the items that are subject to removal. At the same time, contact a trusted moving company that can assist you during your move. This way, you can become more organised and prepared as the moving date draws closer. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2rVVjxJ
Thursday, 30 March 2017
Almost everyone would need a removals company to help them move house, but how many people stop and seriously think about the type of van they’ll need? In order to avoid unnecessary costs and keep your move on the right track, be sure to consult with your moving agency about the kind of van most suitable for your relocation.
What Size of Van?
While you don’t want to pay for a van that’s too large for a small amount of furniture, neither do you want the removals company to have to make multiple journeys. The initial cost difference between a bigger and smaller van could be quickly outweighed if a second journey needs to be made. Fuel costs have been rising gradually over the last few years in the UK, and if you’re on a tight budget, you won’t want to have to factor this in as well as the cost of more time with a van and staff. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2pAlYf3