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How To Downsize With Class

Posted by on Aug 24, 2015 in Removals Tips | Comments Off on How To Downsize With Class

How To Downsize With Class

There are many situations in life when you might be forced to leave your big family house and to downsize significantly. Often when the children abandon the family nest, parents either can’t afford to pay the mortgage and taxes for the property, or don’t see the point of living alone in a big house But how to downsize when you have a lifetime worth of stuff. The amount of clutter accumulated over the years is very often overwhelming. What to do with it all? Is it worth transporting it and if you somehow manage the cost, can you...

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Three Things We Would Like Our Customers To Know

Posted by on Aug 12, 2015 in Removals Tips | Comments Off on Three Things We Would Like Our Customers To Know

We always emphasize on the importance of choosing the right company for your relocation. It’s true – choosing the most capable partners for your journey will ensure a smooth move. However, you need to help too. Often, when we are asked to carry a move, we try to inform all our clients about these three crucial things. What Our Removalists Want Customers To Know 1. Estimates. It’s very important for us to get people’s estimates rights when we give them a quote. Most people don’t realize that a single box, or a...

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Need to Rush a Big Move? Read This.

Posted by on Aug 6, 2015 in Removals Tips | Comments Off on Need to Rush a Big Move? Read This.

Allens Saunders once said: “Life is what happens while you are busy making other plans” and we believe truer words have never been spoken! Sometimes we have one thing in mind, but life happens and we just need to adapt and make it work. The same applies when you need to rush a big move during a very limited time frame with no mistakes allowed. These situations as undesirable as they are, usually occur when: A family member had a shift in job duties and needs to quickly move to another city, country or continent; A family member...

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Office Removals: How to Move a Filing Cabinet

Posted by on Jul 20, 2015 in Removals Tips | Comments Off on Office Removals: How to Move a Filing Cabinet

Office Removals: How to Move a Filing Cabinet

So, the time has come to move your office and you are looking forward to a change. Change is good. It, hopefully, provides the grounds for improvement and the foundation for something new and exciting. The process of moving, on the other hand, is rarely associated with positive feelings. It is stressful and expensive and in most cases a very responsible thing to do. The Essentials of an Office Move When you are moving homes it’s one thing, but when you are moving your entire office, it is totally different. The removal process disturbs...

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How To Move With Plants

Posted by on Jul 7, 2015 in Removals Tips | Comments Off on How To Move With Plants

How To Move With Plants

We’ve discussed this many times before, but it’s worth mentioning it again: when moving, there’s so much to think about! Besides packing your clothes, cutlery and books, you need to think of all the other small details like flowers, pots and plants inside the home, or outside the garden. That being said, today we would focus on the plants. Keep in mind: Australia has strict quarantine rules and regulations. If you are planning to move across states and bring your flowers and plants with you, you have to check with the state...

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Moving With a Pet: How To Relocate With a Cat

Posted by on Jun 26, 2015 in Removals Tips | Comments Off on Moving With a Pet: How To Relocate With a Cat

Moving With a Pet: How To Relocate With a Cat

​Moving homes is a big deal for cats – usually their home is a kind of a special place for them. Much of the cat’s feeling of security and ability to relax stems from and is reinforced by familiar sights, sounds and scents. They are very territorial species and form a strong bond with their environment. The already established order of their own territory is essential to their well-being and stress-free existence. For this reason cats find it very difficult to relocate and get used to the new place once moved. To begin with, carry...

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How To Organise a Yard Sale Prior To Your Move

Posted by on May 27, 2015 in Removals Tips, Simple and Frugal Living | Comments Off on How To Organise a Yard Sale Prior To Your Move

​If you have used your garage and attic as a dumping point for items you no longer use, now would be an excellent time to get rid of all that. Why? Because one box can make all the difference between two removalists trucks and one and identifying what you will need and what needs to go is crucial for minimising your removals costs. You have a few options: Donate your items; Organise a garage sale; Throw away; Reuse, repurpose, recycle; Obviously we wouldn’t encourage you to throw away your stuff, especially if your items are working and...

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How To Compost Cardboard After Moving Homes

Posted by on May 22, 2015 in Removals Tips, Simple and Frugal Living | Comments Off on How To Compost Cardboard After Moving Homes

How To Compost Cardboard After Moving Homes

​Going green, recycling and re-using items is now no longer an activity reserved for hippies and hipsters, but an absolute must for everyone. Everyday a numbers of species become endangered and it won’t be long before the same happens to us. Did you know that around 31% of landfills contains nothing, but cardboard? Moving to a new home requires anything from 15 cardboard boxes to 30 and more depending on the size of the family. For this reasons, our removalists at Paul’s Removals Melbourne take seriously our responsibility towards...

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On The Other End: Post-Relocation Stress Reducing Techniques

Posted by on May 18, 2015 in Removals Tips | Comments Off on On The Other End: Post-Relocation Stress Reducing Techniques

You’ve carefully planned your home relocation and carried it out accordingly to the moment where all your furniture is safely moved to your new home and your boxes are neatly delivered by our removals men. Now, you may feel like the worst is behind you, but you have to be careful of the post-relocation blues, as we call them. Post-Relocation Blues May Include: Stress – it may come in the form of an urge to unpack and sort every box lying around, even though you know it is mathematically impossible at this time. You have to fight...

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Identify and Eliminate Potential Risks During a Relocation

Posted by on May 14, 2015 in Removals Tips | Comments Off on Identify and Eliminate Potential Risks During a Relocation

Identify and Eliminate Potential Risks During a Relocation

To most people relocations are costly, tiring and stressful, but rarely they consider them dangerous. As a professional removals company in Melbourne, we do feel the need to warn potential clients that there are certain risks when moving and those need to be identified prior to the big move. We always go the extra mile for our clients and eliminate those as much as we possibly can. What are the Potential Relocation Risks and Obstacles? Bodily harm This is the first and most important risk during a move. Possible bodily harms include –...

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