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Office-Moving Mistakes [Part 1]

Posted on October 28, 2016 by wardthomas

Moving office is something most of us will experience sooner or later, whether as proprietor of a business or employee. If your office is moving to bigger, better and newer pastures, there’s a lot to consider. We’ve been offering commercial relocation for many years, which is why we’ve seen some of the common mistakes people make. Even when the company is a small one, the mistakes can be large in terms of consequences. Whether you’re moving offices using a man-and-van-type service or a larger-scale office removals service involving lorries, the same mistakes can bedevil the process. Here are some of the recurring pitfalls to avoid.
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How to Cope With Moving House At Christmas

Posted on October 14, 2016 by wardthomas
How to Cope With Moving House At Christmas

Perhaps it isn’t the time of year most people would willingly choose for moving house, but sometimes it’s just how the chips fall. As much as you might have preferred to move in a less chaotic part of the calendar, various circumstances can conspire to force you to do it in the midst of the annual festivities. With help and the right degree of foresight and planning, it needn’t be any more gruelling than a summer or spring move. In fact, with the right frame of mind, it could even be more fun and more cheerful than you’d dare anticipate. From our side of the experience, Christmas is a pretty busy time and there’s no shortage of clients who, for one reason or another, are relocating in the prime of December. Because we’ve seen it so many times, we’re aware of the heightened stress, impaired traffic and challenging weather that can beset a Christmas move and we know how to diminish the impact of all three. Here’s some guidance if you’re making a Christmas move.  Read more…

Securing Your Home For A Holiday

Posted on October 7, 2016 by wardthomas

Was your summer holiday very slightly marred by a little voice in your head, worrying away at you about the security of your home? You’re not alone. Even with an alarm in place, many of us have that unpleasant sensation of little gremlins in the head, telling us not to rest too easy because of what might be happening back at home. It’s a shame that anything should intrude upon the precious time we take to recharge our batteries and have fun. Unless you’re getting some winter sun or a ski trip before the end of the year, the next prolonged time away from home may well be Christmas, leaving you plenty of time to take extra steps for boosting the security of your house. Here are some of the additional measures we suggest taking to enhance your peace of mind and leave you able to enjoy holidays in a more carefree manner.  Read more…