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Three Practical Items To Add To Your Moving Budget

There are a lot of financial concerns when moving house, from fees and paperwork to mortgages and utility bills. However, many people overlook the costs of moving day itself. This short article aims to explain three practical items and services you may have forgotten to add to your budget. Think About Who Will Move Your Stuff If you're not moving a great distance or if you're moving from one furnished house to another, you may be able to move in your own car or with help from family and friends. Read More 

Why Put Your Guns in Storage When You Move?

If you own a few guns, then you need to take special measures when you move home. Removalists often won't carry guns or ammunition, so you can't move your weapons on your van with the rest of your things even if you store them in a gun safe. If you can't easily transport your guns to your new home on your moving day, then it's worth thinking about putting them in storage. Read More 

Useful Tips and Tricks for Using a Storage Unit

When you find that you have more stuff than space, it's sometimes tempting to purge your worldly goods. While decluttering is a good idea, rushing the process isn't. When you do so, you run the risk of throwing away items you treasure. Instead, rent a storage unit and take a gradual approach to throwing out unnecessary items. To make sure your space is effective, here are some tips to using a storage unit. Read More 

How Self-Storage Can Help You Sell Your House

Selling a house is a notoriously difficult process and one that can take much longer than you'd hope for. Before you put your home on the market, it's important to do everything you can to maximise your chances of a sale. Once you make that sale, you might be put in a difficult position, depending on where you're moving to and how quickly your new property is available. To make life easier, renting a self-storage unit is incredibly useful when you're preparing your home for the market. Read More 

Three tips for moving house when you have young children

Moving house when you have young children is no easy task. Here are three tips which should help you with this challenging experience. Provide them with snacks and entertainment If your children feel hungry and bored during the moving process, they will be far more likely to throw temper tantrums. Moving house is stressful enough, without having to cope with grumpy, upset children. As such, it's important to put aside some items that will reduce the likelihood of your kids getting cross. Read More