There have been a handful of news stories recently that have reported on the subject of bogus removal companies. The reports have come after waste of all kinds was found dumped in several locations in Scotland. The feeling behind the discoveries is that people pretending to be reputable removal companies are to blame.
This has highlighted the importance of finding a reputable removal company to aid you with your move. With the horror stories that exist, it’s essential that you ask all the right questions before making any decisions.
From the moment you put your house up for sale, or plans are set in motion to move house, there are a number of stages you’ll experience right up until you empty the final box in your new home. It’s important to have a clearly set out plan once the decision to move has been made, as otherwise, with the hustle, bustle and stress of the whole process, there could be some things that you might forget about.
There are few things more stressful than planning a house move when you have a young child (or young children). Moving is tiring in itself without factoring in having to look after, entertain and keep an eye on your children too.
Children get bored easily, especially when they know that your attention is definitely elsewhere. Unpacking boxes that you’ve recently packed will become a new game, as well as suddenly deciding that they want to keep everything in your pile of unwanted items.
It doesn’t matter if you’re moving house for the first time or you’ve moved a hundred times before, packing is always the least enjoyable aspect of moving. Just the idea of having to pack your whole life into boxes can cause people to break out into a sweat, never mind actually having to tackle the enormous task.
In between looking after the children, going to work and sorting out all the details of the move, how can you actually find the time to do any packing? Is there an easier way to get it done without losing any hair?
Moving house is definitely stressful, but you can make it a lot easier with a little forward planning and preparation. In the weeks leading up to the big move, it’s important to get as much sorted as possible.
Most people say that the problem is often getting started – what do you tackle first? To make things a little easier for you, we’ve put together some expert moving house tips!