4 Things To Do Before You Move To Another City

So you've finally landed your dream job but it's in another city? While the move can be a tad intimidating, it's also probably one of the most exciting things you could do – especially because you get to do what you've wanted for a long time. Packing up and moving interstate requires careful consideration. Make sure you choose a good interstate removalist and plan these things before you move to another city. [Read More]

Preparing Early for an Interstate Move

An interstate move can seem like a daunting task, and there's certainly a lot to do to get ready. However, getting started with the moving process early can save you effort, frustration and money. Here are a few things you can get working on as early as a month to six weeks before moving day.  Find the right removalists Hiring an interstate removals firm should be one of the earliest steps in your move process. [Read More]

Preparing for a Long-Distance Move

Moving can be a stressful and difficult process, especially if you're making a long-distance move. However, you can take some of the stress out of your move by planning and organising in advance. Follow these tips to eliminate some of the most common moving worries.  Make a schedule Moving doesn't just mean packing boxes and loading up a van; it means notifying companies and authorities of your changing address, setting up services in your new home, and more. [Read More]

Extra Care: Moving House When You Have Valuable Antique Furniture

Moving house poses some logistical complications at the best of times. It can be even more complicated if you should need to move valuable, antique furniture, whether its value is sentimental, financial or a combination of the two. You'll want to ensure that it arrives at its new home in pristine condition, while also making sure that it's protected if the worst was to happen. While your chosen furniture removal company will take the utmost care with the items in question (along with the rest of your possessions), you will probably need to do a small amount of preparation yourself. [Read More]