Monthly Archives: November 2013

Office removals made simple

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The key to moving an office is to reduce the impact that the move itself has on the business. You will find that your business needs to move in order to increase profits, whether downsizing, or increasing staff, you will always have an eye on the turnovers that the office space is ensuring stay in a good place. Despite the idea that the move is happening to increase profits, the effects that the move have will certainly reduce your work for a couple of days at least, as the upheaval of a removal is so great that it will be nigh on impossible to work through it all. Trying to reduce the amount of work days lost by the move will come down to some exceptional planning and rational thought on your part, as well as hiring a great office removals company. A few things to keep on your mind at all times follow, but the overall question is; how do your lost days compare in terms of money lost, in comparison to the expense of paying for the process to be quicker?

For a start, you need a removals company. A specialist office removals company will have experience in the field that they need to, as domestic removals are quite a different beast. With an office removal you will be moving a lot more expensive machinery and technology, as well as high quantities of similar furniture, like desks, chairs and shelving. Therefore, a company has to be suited to such removals, otherwise they are likely to have issues with the sheer size difference; this is not a job for those used to moving a few boxes… Look online […]

By |November 26th, 2013|Removals|0 Comments

Things to consider when moving home

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There are sometimes a few things that can be neglected when you are moving house, and it is these little details that are forgotten that can make a smooth move into a day from hell. You will no doubt be aware of the major aspects of a move that need to be in place for the whole thing to work well, but what about those smaller bits and pieces that go under the radar? Well, having a look through the following ideas will get you thinking about how the move can be done differently, as well as alerting you to the potential pitfalls that you may well encounter along the way. There is a lot to be said for taking a step back from the removals process and having a decent think about how you could do things in a different way, simply because the process has become very normalized, and this helps feed the profits of the companies involved. You may well find that a few small changes to your preconceived notions of what a move requires will ensure that you save cash, time and effort in the long run. of course, you need to be careful that you do not cut any essential corners, as this could mean that things fall apart as the move goes forward.

First off, think about what you are paying for. Starting early with your move planning can give you a bit of breathing room, and this time is great to consider why you need to spend what you may well have spent previously. Removals company are very costly, and will no doubt leave you feeling pretty low on […]

By |November 19th, 2013|Removals|0 Comments

Moving The Bedroom

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Whether you’re one of those people that spends all their time in their bedroom or literally only goes in there to sleep, either way it is a highly personal space and one that will need packing just like all the other rooms in the house.
It’s a good place to start your packing. There are lots of items in the average bedroom that you can probably live without. If you start packing a week in advance, for example, then you can plan your outfits for that week including your accessories and keep clean bed linen and bed clothes for the duration of that week and pack everything around it.
Obviously every bedroom is completely different and therefore any tips or advice on how to pack the specific furnishings will only apply to the people who have this furniture but nevertheless it seems important to make some suggestions on how best to move this bedroom.
Clear Out: If you have ever had any hoarding tendencies then it is probably the bedroom
that has had to cope with the most unnecessary stuff being crammed into every nook and cranny. Before you move, do a really thorough clear out. Think about when the last time was that you used every single thing in your bedroom and if it gets to the stage where you are finding stuff and saying things like ‘I completely forgot I had that’ or worse ‘I didn’t even know I owned one of those’ then it’s fair to say these things have no place in your new bedroom. If you didn’t know they existed then you aren’t going to miss them: […]

By |November 12th, 2013|Removals|0 Comments

Paris Moving Tips

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Paris is a wonderful and lovely cosmopolitan city with a rich and vibrant culture attracting many travelers and expatriates from all over the world. Moving here however requires a good deal of preparations and some experience in dealing with the necessary details. The following tips will give you the basics on what you need to know to make things happen:

• Obtaining a French ATM Card
Although this may seem like something unnecessary, in reality having a local card will open many doors for you. The “puce” is a chip present in all of the local ATM cards that helps you with local purchases. One of the first things you have to do is open a local bank account as soon as possible. You will likely need to get in contact with the bank of your choosing before you even set foot in Paris itself. In many cases banks will require you to prove you have a good job by providing them with a letter from your employer proving it. If you don’t have a local card and bank account you would have great difficulties in paying your bills, activating utilities and even renting a home.

• Obtaining a French Driver’s License
This is something else you will absolutely need, as in all cases anyone who spent a year living in France is required to have a local driver’s license. If you come from a country that happens to be a member of the EU, then you won’t have that issue. You could also trade your US or Canadian driver’s license for a French one, depending on the state or province you’re coming from as well after a […]

By |November 6th, 2013|Uncategorized|0 Comments