How to Safely Move Your Plants to Their New Home

It's not unusual to take your potted plants with you when you move to a new home. It's slightly less usual to uproot small trees and shrubs and take these with you too, but it's not outside the realm of possibility. Moving your plants requires a little bit of effort to ensure that they arrive safe and sound at their new home. Who You'll Need to Inform There are two parties you need to inform when you're moving plants. [Read More]

Simple Storage Unit Tips

Whether you're housing business inventory, making room for excess belongings or just temporarily keeping things safe while you're in the process of moving, a self-storage unit is a great way to keep your items secure. Before you move your items into storage, however, follow these simple steps to prepare.  Pack securely Most of your items, including books, dishes and clothes, should go either in sealed plastic storage boxes or in sturdy cardboard boxes. [Read More]

Moving House: How to Reduce Your Removal Costs

The cost of moving house can be high regardless of the distance or size of the home. If you are not prepared and cautious, you might spend beyond the limits of your budget. However, your removal expenses do not have to be insurmountable. If you are diligent in your planning, you will find that there are multiple ways in which you can cut your costs. Here are some practical tips to help you get started on reducing your house removal expenses. [Read More]

3 Mutually Beneficial Ways to Satisfy a Tenant Who Wants to Remove Your Furniture

When one of your tenants suddenly decides that they want to replace your furniture with their own, you could simply refuse. After all, the tenancy agreement has been signed. Thus, you are not obligated to accept their request. To do so would leave you burdened with a heap of homeless furniture. However, you might be able to benefit from this situation. For instance, if the chairs in the rented property are uncomfortable for the current tenant, it is in your best interest to replace them anyway. [Read More]