How to Pack Like a Pro for Moving Day

Moving can be very stressful, and you can feel this stress even after the move is over and you begin to unpack. Not only do you still have lots of work to do, but how you pack can make it even more difficult to unpack and get settled into your new home. You may find that items are damaged and need some fixing before they are ready to be used or things are so disorganised that it takes much longer to get your new home settled than your expected. [Read More]

Money Saving (and Making) Moving Hacks

Moving home can be an expensive project, but it's important that you do it right.  Here are a few ways in which you can recoup some of your cash without compromising on your professional removalist. Have a yard sale Moving house is the perfect opportunity to have a good sort-out of your possessions and to prune things down to what you actually need and use, versus what you've just hoarded.  A yard sale is the perfect means of converting your unwanted items into extra cash that could go towards the cost of your move. [Read More]

Four Removals Tips for Flatmates Who Are Moving to New Places, Apart From Each Other

If you live with a bunch of flatmates and you are all moving out to new homes, the removals process can be a bit complicated. However, with the right tips, you can make the move as easy as possible. Take a look at these ideas: 1. Use colour to organise. As each of you pack your stuff, you want to be sure that the boxes don't get mixed together. After all, you don't want to end up in Adelaide with your flatmate's shoes while he or she is in Melbourne with a box of your favourite books. [Read More]

Tips For Moving House When You Have Reduced Mobility

Relocating your home is stressful and tiring enough when you are completely mobile, but when you have a disability, it can be even more frustrating. Whether you have arthritis, have just had surgery or an injury, or are in a wheelchair, the following tips will help you pack and move with ease. Keep Your Moving Boxes Small and Light Regardless of the mobility issues or disability you have, it is going to be more difficult to move large and heavy boxes. [Read More]