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Moving Tips 2When booking a mover please remember to read all the small print especially with reference to what is and what is not included.

At the time of receiving your quote you may not have found your home and the end destination.  However, when you eventually do and you are ready to have your goods delivered it may be the case that there is a restriction on large trucks or containers in your street.  In this instance the moving company will either have to operate a Shuttle Service which is when your goods are transferred on to smaller trucks which have access  but need to do multiple trips back and forth or the moving company has to do a Long Carry ie physically carry the goods to your residence because the van or container cannot get near.  Extra charges will also be incurred if your building does not have a working lift or a large item ie sofa, large table etc does not fit in the lift and the moving company has to carry it up or down the stairs.

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Moving-tipsYou’ve just heard you’re moving….but not till Christmas.  Don’t put off what you can do now till tomorrow start getting organized for the move NOW.

The first step can be to ‘declutter‘.  Walk around the house and look at what you’ve got and think about what you will really need in your new home.  At weekends (or even the up coming half-term holiday) get the kids to get under those dusty beds and pull out the boxes with a million bits of transformers, cars and lego and ask them ‘do they really still play with these toys?’  Go out to the garden and have a look at the old garden furniture and ask yourself is it worth transporting all that back – especially if you are moving back to a cold country.  Begin the task of going through the paperwork and shredding what you will never need again such as DEWA bills dating back 5 years ago etc. Read more

move-one-truckFor any expat, shipping the contents of a home to a new country is a nerve-wracking experience. There is always the worry that items might be stolen, lost or damaged by water or fire.

But in an age where companies can easily be named and shamed online, expats like to assume their belongings will arrive on time and in perfect condition.

But that is not always the case.

“I’d say one out of every three or four international shipments has some sort of claim for damage,” says Curt Clements, chief executive of Dubai-based Move One Inc, which has been in the moving business since 1992 and operates in 41 countries. Read more

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