Throughout the pandemic response, for various reasons, people left their homes for extended periods. For some, it was because of work, but many people took the opportunity to head back to family residences in the countryside. There’s a need to stay safe and adhere to pandemic guidelines for anyone who’s thinking of doing this but if its the right move for you there are of ways that we can assist you.
When you’re handling valuable items, it’s vital to entrust them to a moving company with a proven track record. It may be that you need to move precious goods because of your line of work – antiques dealing, auctions, interior decorating – or because you’re moving house. The good news is that whether you need help for domestic or business purposes, Anthony Ward Thomas has experts at hand covering every conceivable kind of fragile, specialist and valuable item. That’s just one of the reasons why we have a reassuring TrustPilot rating and glowing online reviews. When we take receipt of your belongings or stock, we’ll make sure they’re treated optimally, utilising specialist moving equipment or temperature-controlled conditions. High-quality goods require a high-quality removals service.
With Christmas a matter of days away, many people will be thinking of what they’ll be doing over the holidays in London. The relaxation of restrictions is still an ongoing debate; even at this late stage, no one’s sure about the decision. Is it too late to start organising your home to accommodate for guests?
Anthony Ward Thomas has the capacity to accept last-minute jobs because it’s been a recurring theme for 2020. Self storage is the ideal fit when creating more space, which is what many people will need if the government approve family bubbles. We’re here to help you organise and prepare for the festive season.
If you’ve had a relocation which you remember for all the wrong reasons it might tend to lower your expectations for future moves. It might then be natural to expect a breakage. A big cause of this is when a removal’s team has no discernible leader, poor organisation and a ‘hope for the best’ attitude.
If you’re planning a relocation, finding a removals company online that operates in London is the easy part of the process. The hard part is sorting through them all to find the best providers. Rating platforms and review sites provide valuable insights for this task. But are there any removals companies which provide high-end relocation services?
To find a removals company with premium services, it’s worth doing some additional digging. It does add to your to-do list, but the extra effort is worth it. Find one with mostly five-star reviews and visit their website to see if they look legitimate. If you can find a range of core and specialist packages, you’re on the right track for a successful relocation.
A recent trend shows that lots of people are looking beyond London to somewhere else to live in 2020 or the near future. The reasons vary, often with a mixture of inadequate outdoor spaces and hope of a better quality of life outside of the capital. South West England has a plethora of scenic locations for anyone escaping the hustle and bustle of London.
Anthony Ward Thomas relocates hundreds of customers throughout Southern England every month. This is our guide to potential areas of interest and what you need to know when moving during the pandemic lockdown.
THE brand new, state of the art Tolworth depot for The Master Removers Group was all-singing, all-dancing recently when it was chosen by country-pop duo Ward Thomas as the backdrop to their latest music video.
The duo’s connections come via their father Anthony and his company of 40 years, Ward Thomas Removals – which was the founding brand of The Master Removers Group (MRG).
Twins Catherine and Lizzy, who have been successfully performing and recording for about eight years, have been dubbed “Britain’s first country stars”. They wanted somewhere out of the ordinary to film their latest release, “Someday”, and the purpose-built MRG container warehouse fitted the bill perfectly.
It’s been a tough year for everyone, and after the lockdown, lots of people are re-evaluating where and how they live. From our previous blog article regarding the current housing market situation, a lot of people are opting to leave London for good. A lot of this boils down to a need for a better quality of life with more or better outdoor spaces, such as a larger back garden.
Most of the searches tend to be for the more rural areas or connecting commuter towns, but what if your moving plans are a bit more ambitious? Anthony Ward Thomas relocates people to the continent every week, and we know a thing or two about where you should start your research.
As we enter the next phase of current events, we can cautiously consider this the end of the strict lockdown and look forward to something that resembles a normal life. Although the housing market is open, we’re only testing the waters at the moment, and it’s unclear how things will pan out. It will be interesting to see how the recovery takes place and whether we’ll be able to bounce back without a harsh recession.
Anthony Ward Thomas has been operational during the lockdown, and we did so by making sensible decisions in line with government and WHO guidelines. We’re happy to announce that we’re ready to increase our capacity for all removals and storage jobs while retaining the same high standards of health and safety.
As we transition into the next phase of the lockdown, things will start returning to normal, and that means it’s time to restart those moving plans. Although it’s not clear how things will go with regards to the easement of restrictions, you can still begin planning now. You’ll need to work out the best time to move because it can take several months to sell your current property.
The Anthony Ward Thomas team is keeping up to date with any changes to the current situation, and we always provide details on how we safeguard our customers and staff when we operate, click here for more details. We’re on top of things and can move you into your new house in London when the time is right.