Removal Advice

European Removals: Tips for Moving Cross Continent

Saturday, March 18th, 2017

Let’s face it, moving is stressful – and when moving across seas and continents, the To-Do list to tick off, the costs to pay and the plans to make can soon overwhelm even the most collected of individuals. After years in this business, we know what it takes for such a move to be a […]

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Band and Gig Removals: All You Need To Know

Saturday, March 11th, 2017

Whether you are lacking in funds for a suitable vehicle, or have drinks to be drunk and parties to be rocked post gig, transporting your equipment can be a tall order (and trusting a company to look after your most cherished kit, even more so). Here’s what you should consider when choosing a band or […]

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Military Precision For Moving Day

Tuesday, February 21st, 2017

Move day – it’s a term that can strike fear into the heart of even the most prepared of movers. If you’re noticing that the days are whizzing by faster than ever, with the big day rapidly, then you need to read this guide for ensuring your move runs like clockwork – no stress, no […]

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Essential tips for working successfully with your van and man company

Wednesday, February 15th, 2017

Hiring a van and man service for your move can offer peace of mind that your items will be safely transported whilst you can enjoy a far smoother a move day when compared to having handle everything yourself. To ensure that your man and van service runs as well as it can, consider following these […]

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Moving over the Christmas period – How to survive the ordeal

Monday, December 26th, 2016

Let’s face it – no one wants to move over the Christmas period (or the few days thereafter). However, house buyers and tenants are, unfortunately, at the complete mercy of legal requirements, vendors and landlords. If you find yourself filled not with the joys of Christmas, but instead with the terrors of moving over the […]

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Moving house: 10 Items most at risk of damage

Monday, December 12th, 2016

With ten years in the man and van industry, we’ve heard our fair share of moving day nightmares from those who have previously undertaken their own removals – the most common of which is probably tales that surround broken and damaged valuables. Whether you’re considering our man and van York service, are undertaking your own […]

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Moving day: 5 Fresh ideas for (productively) involving the kids

Monday, December 5th, 2016

So, you can’t pack the kids off for the day and you’re facing managing a house move, as well as your children. Soon, chaos can rain. Tantrums, boxes going missing, and a logistics plan that may have seemed military precise going out the window in five minutes flat. With this in mind, here are our […]

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3 Mammoth moving mistakes (and how to avoid them)

Monday, November 28th, 2016

We’ve served as a go-to man and van in York for more than ten years and throughout this city are a thousand tales of house moves gone wrong – most of which can be put down to one of three main moving mistakes, which we tell you all about here… 1. Taking move day on… on […]

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5 Signs that your man and van is NOT to be hired

Monday, November 21st, 2016

With a reputation that today proudly proceeds us, we’re a man and van in York with serious credentials. However, whilst we’re meticulous about customer service, and committed to turning up on time and taking care with every box we move, we can’t say the same for every other business in our industry. Whilst we’d love […]

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The Ultimate House Move Checklist

Wednesday, November 16th, 2016

Whether tenant or home owner, that date that’s marked on the calendar for the big move can seem to take forever to come – yet in the last three week countdown, time can inexplicably speed up. This phenomena is often coupled with a to-do list that grows by the day, with tasks that are all […]

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The Big Move: Three Bizarre Benefits Of Using Van Removals

Tuesday, November 1st, 2016

The big move date looms – and let’s face it, mild panic is beginning to set in. It can seem that this task commands military precise logistics, and planning skills akin to that of Santa as he prepares for Christmas Eve. The issues that can arise when you move are well known – lost items, […]

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When Should I Contact Moving Companies?

Saturday, September 10th, 2016

Moving home, whether you’re buying a place or renting, requires some serious organisational skills. There are loads of things to remember from taking meter readings and terminating services to arranging for utilities to be turned on in the new property, packing, mail forwarding and of course, actually moving possessions safely from A to B. Having […]

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