Two tips for a stress-free house move

Moving house can be a daunting and draining process. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to keep your stress levels low throughout this experience. Pack carefully The way in which you pack your belongings into their boxes could play a significant role in how easy or difficult the moving process turns out to be. Overloading cardboard boxes, for example, could result in you or another household member sustaining a back injury when trying to lift them. [Read More]

Why Get a Custom Shipping Container for Your Residential Move?

A residential move can be very stressful for anyone, but it can be especially stressful for those who own lots of stuff and for an interstate move where you know you can't easily turn back and get forgotten items. One good way to alleviate some of this stress is to get a custom shipping container for your move. There are many such containers available, from lightweight plastic or vinyl with roll top doors to solid steel containers, used by companies to ship their inventory overseas. [Read More]

Arranging Your Furniture Before Moving Home

When you've found the home of your dreams and completed any legal requirements needed to make the big move, it's tempting to relax, safe in the knowledge that all will go smoothly. One of the biggest logistical challenges your removal service could face is arriving and finding that the furniture does not fit. To prevent this issue, or overcome it, forward planning is essential. Why arrange your furniture before moving home at all? [Read More]

Moving House with a Cat: How to Make Your Feline Friend Feel at Home

Moving can be a stressful experience for all members of your family, including your pets. Dogs are pack animals, and while they might be unsettled by a change of environment, they will quickly adjust due to the fact that they're with their pack (you and your family). Cats are entirely different, and they require a specific way to help them adjust to their new surroundings. So what can you do to ensure that your feline friend quickly accepts their new home? [Read More]