Reasons to Use a Professional Packing & Unpacking Service for Your Business Move

Posted on: 8 August 2017

Moving your bed, dresser and other household furnishings is one thing, but moving your business is another thing entirely. No matter what the nature of your business, moving to a new location is a very big deal, and you cannot afford to leave anything to chance. From coordinating the move and dealing with the new building owners to determining the best way to move your business equipment, you will have a lot of things to think about.
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Hiring Removalists to Pack? You May Want to Take Care of These Items on Your Own

Posted on: 28 June 2017

If you've got a big move coming up and you're dreading packing, don't worry. You can skip that task. Save yourself the trouble, and let removalists handle the packing. However, there are just a few things that you may want to do yourself. 1. Purge Your Possessions Removalists are fabulous at coming in and packing up your stuff for a move. That's ideal if you want to move every single thing you own, but if you are like most people, you probably want to get rid of a few things before the move.
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Risks You Should Assess Before Moving Heavy Furniture

Posted on: 26 June 2017

It is usually advisable to hire professional removalists in case you lack the skills to design solutions to the risks posed by moving heavy furniture during an interstate removal. This article discusses some of those risks that can affect your safety and the safety of your heavy furniture. Lack of Weight Information It is very risky to move any heavy furniture whose gross or net weight is not known. This is because it is likely to be hard to determine the weight rating of the equipment that you should buy or rent during the removal of that furniture.
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How to Move Kombucha and Bacteria Cultures

Posted on: 25 June 2017

If you like to make your own kombucha, you may be wondering what to do with your supply during your move. With the right preparation, your cultures and possibly even your kombucha can easily survive the move. Here's what you need to know 1. Drink Prepared Kombucha If you have kombucha that is prepared and ready to drink, that needs to stay refrigerated. If left out, the liquid can get vinegary in taste.
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