Many of us move in a rush, fitting the process around our everyday lives – and then when it comes to unpacking we just pack away the essentials, leaving the rest in boxes until we have time. But does that magic time ever come? By decluttering before you move you can make the packing process easier, avoid the costs of transporting surplus things you no longer need, and make unpacking so much easier.
Instead of paying for your removals team to unpack, you could ask us to come in and unpack methodically and practically for you – starting life in your new home as you mean to go on. Moving doesn’t have to be stressful – our clients have been known to go on holiday and then return to a beautifully organised new home.
Our home removal services include:
- An overall declutter before the move
- Packing personal items as we go (not high-value items)
- Unpacking in your new home practically and methodically
Let our sister company ‘You Need A PA’ organise the move for you: changing addresses, setting up internet, television, new phone lines and organising the movers. They can even be on hand on move day so you don’t have to be!
Whether you’re renovating anything from one room to a whole home, you want the process to be as straight forward as possible – and we can support you in packing and organising your home(s).
If you’re moving into a temporary house during renovations, but still want your temporary house to feel like home, then let us methodically pack and unpack to create your home from home.
Contact Vicky via our form below, or for more information on our pay-as-you-go PA Services email email@example.com
Areas we serve:
We mostly help organise home removals and renovations for those living in London, however, we’ve also expanded our service area to include Hampshire, Surrey and Berkshire too. Get in touch with us if you’re unsure if you’re inside our service area, we’ll be able to tell you if we can reach you!
NOTE: A confidentiality agreement is available so you know that no matter what we come across you have no cause for concern.