Two steps that parents of young children can take to ensure their house move goes smoothly

Moving house when you're busy looking after your young children can be incredibly stressful. Here are two steps you can take to ensure that this process goes smoothly.  Be careful about how you pack potentially hazardous items When packing up your household items, you will probably come across a wide array of potentially hazardous goods. These goods may include things such as toxic cleaning products (such as bleach and drain unblocking fluids, for example), as well as gardening products like fertilisers and pesticides. [Read More]

Protecting your Furniture against Pests during the Move

Pests such as bed bugs, fleas, cockroaches, ants, and rodents are always lurking behind the scenes and waiting for an opportunity to strike. While you may have taken multiple steps to protect furniture in your home, there are additional risks that may be present when moving. It's important to work closely with furniture removalists to develop a plan that mitigates your risk of rodent exposure when moving to a new location. [Read More]

Three Tips To Keep The Arachnids From Hitching A Lift To Your New Home

The recent story of a Huntsman spider hitching a ride from Australia to the UK in a shipping container is enough to give any arachnid hater a reason to shudder. Even though you are only moving from one state to another in Australia, you are definitely not keen on taking any spiders with you. Now that you are at the stage of packing up your belongings for collection by the removals company, use these three tips to make sure all spiders are left behind. [Read More]

Two easy ways to keep your furniture safe and intact during a house move

If you will be moving to a new house soon and are concerned about your furniture getting damaged during the moving process, here are a couple of things you can do to reduce the chances of this happening. Don't handle the moving process by yourself One of the biggest mistakes people make during a house move is attempting to handle the entire process by themselves. This is usually because they want to spare themselves the expense of hiring a removals team. [Read More]