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Top FAQs – Commercial Movers

office move
September 6, 2017 Published by

We thought it was about time we produced another blog covering some of the FAQs we receive. This time, they’re covering commercial movers. What is a commercial mover? There isn’t a standard definition but it broadly means a removals company that either specialises or has expertise, in commercial moves. That usually means offices and other...

Moving Home from Rented Property – Your Obligations

House Moving
September 19, 2016 Published by

When you move home, if you are renting the property you are vacating then your obligations to third parties are considerably different to those of an owner-occupier. The specifics of what you will need to do may vary depending upon the country you live in and its individual laws and regulations. Even so, many of...

Involve your Landlord in your Move Planning

household removal
July 25, 2016 Published by

The vast majority of removals into or out of rented property go smoothly and without any hitches in terms of issues arising between tenants and landlords. Unfortunately though, there are exceptions and in our experience, these are more commonplace when leaving a property as opposed to when moving in. Those disputes tend to arise in...

Some Packing Myths Demolished

Christchurch furniture removals
July 12, 2016 Published by

Here at Christchurch Removals, we know a thing or two about packing! So, here we’ll demolish a few myths you might have encountered in this area. • You can’t safely transport glass. Yes you can!  It does need to be treated with great respect though and professionally packed.  True, old thin panes of glass are...

What You Can’t Take With You

furniture removals
April 12, 2016 Published by

A question we are regularly asked is just what items you can remove from the house you are vacating. Strictly speaking, this question should be addressed to your solicitor.  There are certain legal implications involved in this but we will do our best to offer you a quick layperson’s guide here.

Taking Possession of Your New Home

House Moving
March 23, 2016 Published by

Taking possession of your new home is often something that generates a little nervous tension. That’s completely understandable and the point at which you legally take possession (as opposed to moving in) can vary depending upon the particular details of your purchase contract.  Here are a few tips that may prove helpful though of course...