How Do You Deal with an Oversized Sofa on Moving Day?

Posted on: 15 April 2022

If you are downsizing and moving out of a spacious, "ranch" style house into an upstairs condo, you have some challenges ahead of you. You may be used to living on the ground floor only but now have stairs to deal with and need to find a way to move your furniture. If you have never done this before, how tricky is it likely to be when it comes to those particularly bulky and large objects?
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Interstate Removal Checklist

Posted on: 21 January 2022

Are you relocating to another state? Compared to local moves, interstate moves can be hectic and daunting. So, how do you prepare for an interstate move? Below is an interstate removal checklist to ease your move.  1. Confirm The Location Of Your New Home It may seem obvious, but it is one of the most critical considerations when planning an interstate move. Given that you are new to your new home, it is easy to forget the area's landmarks or the routes to the location.
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4 Questions to Ask Your Removalists About Packing

Posted on: 27 October 2021

Packing up your entire home isn't as simple as throwing things into boxes and hoping for the best. Ideally, you'll discuss packing methods with your removalist ahead of time to make the process as easy as possible for both of you. Some companies might prefer that you use specific boxes, and others will have rules around the types of items they're able to move for you. Ask as many questions as possible so you don't encounter any issues on moving day.
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Moving Into a Strata Management Property: A Few Things to Remember

Posted on: 23 July 2021

Living in a strata-managed property comes with a set of rules and regulations—some of which are fairly general (and arguably a matter of common sense), and some that are specific to the property. Living in the property means you intend to abide by these rules and regulations and have probably already signed an agreement to this effect. Those rules can apply before you move in, and can in fact influence the actual process of moving in.
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