Our Blog About Removals – Page 6
Apr 24

A Comfortable Move for Your Dog

Moving to a new home is often a stressful time for the entire family, and your pets are no exception. Moving from a familiar and safe environment can be frightening for a dog, resulting in anxiety or even running away from home. It is times like this that a dog needs to feel secure in […]

Posted in Moving Tips
Apr 22

Home Staging to Sell Your Property

It’s no secret that Sydney house prices are some of the most expensive in the world. Moving your furniture out of your home when relocating can reduce the home’s value in the eyes of prospective buyers who are untrained to see the potential in an empty home. For a moderate investment in rental furniture you […]

Posted in Home and Garden
Apr 8

Moving Check-list

Before you move, it’s a good idea to make a check-list to ensure nothing is forgotten and nothing gets damaged. Below is a bullet-list for preparation to avoid a last minute rush. Medicines and personal grooming: Ensure that all container lids and bottle tops are secure. Use tape to seal the tops if necessary. Flat-pack […]

Posted in Moving Tips
Apr 4

Moving Often? Consider Flat-pack Furniture

It’s easy to appreciate the benefits of flat-pack, or ready-to-assemble furniture. Many large furniture stores in Sydney sell the majority of their products in flat-pack boxes, and you can purchase almost every furniture item you need in a single shopping trip. Since 1956, when Gillis Lundgren, a Swedish draughtsman promoted the idea to his IKEA […]

Posted in Packing Tips
Mar 12

Starting the New School Year After Moving House

With school holidays ending and a new year of education beginning, it can be an unsettling time for the most enthusiastic of students. The anxiety level for children is increased dramatically in families that have recently moved to a new home in a different suburb. Sticking to familiar routines will go some way toward adapting […]

Posted in Moving Tips
Feb 19

The Self-Storage Option

Many of us know someone who has endured a home renovation project while living in the garage or sleeping on the floor. The disorder to home life during renovations can be excruciatingly difficult, straining relationships between family members and trades persons. The fear of much-loved furniture being destroyed during a renovation is a very real […]

Posted in Home and Garden
Feb 7

Moving Out: Fear of the Unknown is Normal

Home for many of us is our comfort zone where we can relax and be ourselves. Our family and living situation shapes our nature, preferences and lifestyle from a very young age. Our views are dramatically influenced by the home we grow up in and have become accustomed to, including relationships with family members. Our […]

Posted in Moving Tips
Jan 31

Choosing the Right Suburb to Call Home

Selecting the right place to live often comes down to your own personal needs and those of your family. There are many elements to take into consideration before signing off on a new mortgage or lease prior to Sydney Moving relocating your belongings.   What aspects of the locality do you deem important? If you […]

Posted in Moving Tips
Jan 11

Move or Renovate?

A time comes when many families outgrow their home, but what is the next step: stay and renovate, or move on to a bigger home. A number of factors will help you make the choice, including lifestyle and budget. It’s time to weigh up the options.   Ask yourself the following: Do local council laws […]

Posted in Moving Tips
Dec 26

Relocating Musical Instruments and Recording Gear

Moving fragile recording equipment and expensive musical instruments can be a worrying time for recording artists and sound engineers. The growth of the home recording studio industry continues, and relocating such delicate equipment requires the expertise that only professionals such as Sydney Moving can provide.   Musical instruments and recording gear make up a considerable […]

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