Let me start by saying Happy Valentine’s Day everyone (for those of you that celebrate). I decided today to give a bit of “love” of my own. I’ve bored you all witless in the past with the amount of times I’ve had to move home and, you guessed it! I’m about to do it again.
Fortunately, this time, I’m staying in the same country. However, that doesn’t mean I won’t be using the help of a professional removal company. The people that run this sort of business have been invaluable to me over the past 6 or 7 years. Sure, they’ve made some money too, but I wouldn’t have made it to half the places I’ve been to without them.
They’ve helped me take valuable items such as family heirlooms, childhood keepsakes, and of course my beloved two cats half way around the world and back again. OK, so some of you reading this will be embarking on a move for the first, and what you hope will be the last time. However, if you’re considering undertaking your move without the help of professional company, I think this is a BIG mistake.
These days, all I have to do is pack my things, explain to my chosen company about certain items that are not easy to pack (they always have plenty of tips to keep things free from damage in transit), and let them do the rest. It sounds really easy, and if you’re in the middle of a move, especially to another European country, you might think I’m being flippant. I’m not, I promise you.
I know how hard it is, but the point I’m trying to get across is there are reputable removal firms out there that care deeply about what they do. They get their satisfaction from seeing the smiling faces waiting for them at the delivery address knowing they’ve managed to bring all your precious belongings to you safely oh, and that well earned cup of tea as well.
I can’t stress enough how important it is to use a removal company when you’re relocating. They offer an invaluable service, and in fact, they will save you money as well! That may surprise you but I have items that are irreplaceable, and I’m not so sure they would have made it in one piece if I’d tried to transport them myself.
Maybe I’m lucky? Have you got a story about your move? Want to share it? Feel free!
Author: Julie Coburn