Helping Others Move

5 Rules For Packing and Storing Your Seasonal Clothing

Posted on November 7, 2016

Unless you have a large walk-in closet that fits all of your clothing, you probably like to store your seasonal clothing. In the spring and summer months, it is likely never cold enough for all those winter coats and boots, while in the winter the last thing you want to wear is a swimsuit or pair of shorts. It helps to have a good storage place that is dark and cold to keep your clothes from attracting pests and mould, such as a self-storage unit. Before you pack and store your clothing, follow these essential rules. 1. Know How to Store...

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Car Care Tips: Ways to Prepare Your Car for Long-Term Storage

Posted on September 28, 2016

Car storage involves more than just cleaning, covering it and leaving it in a storage facility or your garage. The way in which you prepare your vehicle for storage will determine its condition after the storage period. Protection from the elements is critical, and the last thing you need is a car with corroded parts and a smoky engine. Here are some valuable tips that will help you adequately prepare your vehicle for long-term storage and maintain it in good physical and working condition. Top up the fluids Topping up your car’s fluids...

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Moving Your B&B to a Larger Location? Four Tips for the Removals Process

Posted on August 31, 2016

If your bed and breakfast is busier than ever and you’ve decided to move into a new, larger house, you may be wondering how you can navigate the removals process. Luckily, a great team of removalists can help, but there are some tips that can make it easier. Take a look at these ideas: 1. Hire commercial removalists. If you want to work with professionals who are used to doing removals for businesses, you may want to contact a company who specialises in commercial removals. However, as most of the items in your B&B are the same type...

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Three Ways Removalists Can Help You Deal With your Lost Loved One’s Possessions

Posted on August 31, 2016

If you have lost a loved one, you have to deal with a number of material details and administrative things, and that can take its toll emotionally, financially and from a time perspective. In particular, dealing with the possessions in your loved one’s home or apartment can be daunting. Luckily, removalists can help. Here’s how: 1. Hire removalists to move everything to a storage unit. If your loved one lived alone and you are not ready to go through his or her personal effects yet, you may just want to hire removalists to pack...

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