Types Of Packing Boxes Used To Help Move Home

Posted on: 24 July 2015

For people about to move to a different property for the first time in their life, the prospect of organising everything so the whole process goes as smoothly as possible may seem like an almost impossible task. One way to help the moving process is to buy some pre-made boxes, which can help you quickly and securely pack your belongings; the boxes also protect the goods in transit. There are many types of packing boxes available; this article looks at these boxes and what they are used for. [Read More]

Looking To Hire A Self Storage Unit? These 5 Provisions Will Make Your Storage Experience So Much Easier

Posted on: 26 June 2015

If you're out looking for a self storage unit, it's important to note that a good storage facility isn't just about the space offered. Look out for other provisions too, extras that will make using your storage unit easy and fun. Don't' know what these 'provisions' are? Check them out below. Forklift service If you are planning to store bulky items such as furniture or appliances, handling needs to be critical. [Read More]

Upholstered Furniture Removals: Five Tips for Moving Your Upholstered Furniture

Posted on: 23 June 2015

Transporting upholstered furniture during an interstate removal or even a move across town can be challenging. You don't want your furniture ripped, damaged or stained in the process. Luckily, you can safeguard it with the right removal tips. Take a look at these ideas: 1. Cover your upholstered furniture Before you start loading the removals truck, cover all of your upholstered furniture. Use plastic sofa and chair covers. They protect your furniture from dust, dirt and moisture, and you can buy or hire them from most removals companies. [Read More]

Tips on Moving Home with Your Tropical Fish

Posted on: 11 June 2015

Moving home can be stressful especially if you have tropical fish to move too.  Here are some tips to help you relocate your fishy friends and their tank safely.    Moving your fish tank First of all, never try to move your fish in their tank.  Fish tanks are not designed to withstand the rigours of being moved while containing water.  The glass or Perspex sides of the tank will move under the weight and shifting pressure of the water inside, and will certainly leak, if not collapse altogether in transit. [Read More]