We are removals and storage experts and set ourselves the challenge of defining an A to Z of moving house.
Here is what we came up with. Could you have done better? Let us know!
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The A To Z Guide To Moving House – Text Version
A is for…”Abroad”
And not just local moves!
B is for “Boxes”
You will probably need lots of these for packing before your move. We supply them from our branches across Devon and Cornwall. Take a look at our new box design.
C is for “Commercial Removals”
If your moving offices then consider using a removal company to reduce the disruption to your business.
D is for “Devon Move” of course!
What else could we have listed for “D”?! (Well, maybe Dainton Self Storage).
E is for “EPCs” or “ Energy Performance Certificates”
Part of the Home Information Packs since 2007 despite some criticism for being poor quality, these examine things like loft insulation, boiler efficiency and double-glazing.
F is for “Furniture”
Often big, heavy and difficult to move, when it comes to moving and storing furniture you’ll be glad you employed a removal company.
G is for “Getting a mortgage”
Unless your lottery numbers come up, this is something that most of us have to do unfortunately.
H is for “Heathfield”
Near Newton Abbot and where our Head Office is.
I is for “Insurance”
Reputable removal companies will provide insurance to cover your goods during transit. If in doubt, ask and make sure the removal company provides sufficient cover for your belongings.
J is for “Job”
Big or small, we move it all!
K is for “Kingsteignton”
Where Devon Move were originally based, many years ago.
L is for “Lorries”
Without them a removal job would be pretty difficult!
M is for “Many hands make light work”
Whether you employ a removal company to do the lifting and shifting or hire a van yourself, having a few extra hands can make the job a lot easier.
N is for “New address”
Don’t forget to tell people! We’ve compiled a handy removal guide to help you.
O is for “Offer”
Let’s hope its accepted!
P is for “Packing”
We have plenty of tips for packing before a move, such as labelling the box with which room it should be placed in and making sure you know where the tea and coffee is!
Q is for “Quotes”
Don’t be afraid to ask for a free removal quote or onsite visit when choosing a removal company. A reputable removal firm will agree to it and if the removal men are unhelpful at this stage, don’t count on them being reliable during the move itself!
R is for “Removals”
Well, this is an A to Z of removals…
S is for “Storage” (or possibly “Student Discounts”)
Make use of storage to free up space whilst you are selling your house or temporarily store your belongings during the move.
T is for “Trailers”
For when a lorry is too large. We have a mobile collection and storage trailer that we use to move your goods in and out of storage or you can hire yourself.
U is for “UK”
From Lands End to John o’ Groats, local or abroad, move the lot for not a lot with Devon Move!
V is for “Vans”
You can use the services of a removal company to move single items as well as full house contents. We have a Fiat Doblo van that is just right for a few boxes.
W is for “Water and Drainage Search”
A compulsory part of the HIPS pack.
X is for “xcited” in txt spk
Bet you wondered what we would put here. Could have been “xchange contracts”!
Y is for “Yawn”
If you get held up in a chain of buyers.
Z is for “Zzzz…”
Take a well deserved break after your move and enjoy your new property.
About Devon Move
We have over 20 years experience of removals and offer quality house removals and commercial relocations across Devon, the UK and abroad.
Visit devon-move.co.uk for a free removals quote, call freephone 0800 923 0355 or email email@example.com.