Author: Skyler Benson

How To Make Extra Money From Your Unused Garage

How To Make Extra Money From Your Unused Garage

Are you looking to save money by only having a single car for your family? Or maybe you don’t have a car at all? Well, the unused space in your garage is a great way you can make some extra cash.

It’s now easier than ever to turn your garage into real money. Rather than using the garage to store your clutter and things you no longer want, you can put the money towards your rent or mortgage.

Let’s take a look at ways you can make extra money from your unused garage. All you need is a vacant single or double space in your garage.

Rent Your Garage As A Parking Space

There are several websites and apps you can use to rent your garage as a secure parking space, such as Spacer. People are looking for alternatives to paying exorbitant commercial parking rates. If you’re close to a major city or a business hub, or near a train or bus station, your garage parking space is more likely to be in high demand.

You can also consider renting out your driveway too. It’s more practical, as it’s easier for someone to come and go, but, as it’s not secure, which means it will earn less money.

Rent Your Garage As A Storage Space

If you’d rather have people coming in and out of your garage less frequently, another option is to rent it as a storage space. It’s ideal for people who are between accommodation, travelling on an extended trip, or temporarily relocating. Storage space is in high demand, and you can make money quick and easy, just by storing things for other people in your garage. Smarter Spaces is a great site to use.

Convert Your Garage Into A Spare Room

With Airbnb and Stayz, there are plenty of places where you can offer your spare place for rent to make some extra cash. A garage can already provide the necessities for a home. So converting it into a granny flat or studio isn’t as difficult as you may think, and can provide you with spare cash.

Please Note: You will need council approval before you convert your garage.

Rent Out Your Tools

Is your garage a mess of tools collecting dust to go along with unused appliances? Well, you can turn your unused tools into extra cash in your pocket. Tool Mates Hire is a peer-to-peer tool hiring and renting platform, where you can share your tools with others.

It’s perfect for equipment which people only use occasionally, where it doesn’t make sense to buy them outright. Things like power tools, jackhammers, and even sewing machines are in demand.

Most sites let you set your own rates, and the fees for registration cover any insurance costs. You can also choose to charge a deposit to give you extra peace of mind

There are many creative ways you can make extra money from your garage. Why wait, when you can be earning extra cash today?

Are you looking for a professional removalist? Call Next Level Removals on 1300 005 400 or contact us for an obligation-free quote.

The Pros And Cons of Moving House With Container Removals

The Pros And Cons of Moving House With Container Removals

When moving long distances interstate, it can become expensive, fast. Are you looking for an economical and cost-effective way to safely move your belongings to your new home? Using container removals may be the right option for you.

Moving containers come in several different sizes, to accommodate moves of all sizes. These include:

  • 10 feet (approx. 3 meters) – recommended for an apartment.
  • 20 feet (approx. 6 meters) – recommended for 2 or 3 bedrooms home.
  • 40 feet (approx. 12 meters) – recommended for a 4+ bedroom home, or if you have a lot of items to move.

If you need additional space, you can hire more than one container.

Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of moving using containers:

Container Removals Pros

Convenience

Interstate removalists will deliver the shipping container directly to your home. You can choose a day and time, which is convenient for you. Then you can pack and load your belongings at your own pace into the container.

After you’ve finished packing, the movers will come and pick up the shipping container and deliver it directly to your new home. After you’ve arrived, you can then unpack on your own time, instead of having everything at once unloaded into your new home.

Easy To Move

With moving containers, you have the option of a self-pack container removal service. This means that you will have the container delivered to your home, and you can then pack it at your leisure. You no longer need to have hundreds of boxes throughout your house in the lead up to your move, and then have everything loaded onto a truck within hours.

Cost-Effective

Using moving containers is a much better cost-effective solution to regular removals. With many different sizes available, you only need to pay for the space you need. You will also keep your costs down, as packing is all done DIY, rather than having to pay for labour costs of a moving team.

Secure Storage

Moving containers provide safe and secure storage. You can lock the storage container for maximum security and peace of mind. Your belongings are also protected from the elements.

Container Removals Cons

DIY Loading

While it helps keep costs down, do-it-yourself loading into a moving container can be a stressful and challenging job. It’s time-consuming and labour intensive, and you’ll have to provide your own moving equipment like dollies, blankets, and moving straps.

More Time Consuming

As you will be moving your belongings DIY, it will take longer to pack your home than if you had an experienced and professional removals team

You Need Extra Space Outside For The Container

During loading and unloading, you need a space to store the container next to your home or apartment. If this is in a public or shared space, this may create problems with other residents. You may also need to seek permission from the building manager or local council.

Are you moving interstate and looking to keep your costs down? You should carefully consider the pros and cons of moving using containers and if it is the right solution for you.

Next Level Removals are here to help. Contact us today to speak to our friendly removals team to discuss your needs. Call 1300 005 400 or contact us online for a free quote.

Interstate Moving Checklist

Interstate Moving Checklist

It’s as much of a fact as gravity… moving is the most stressful activity you are likely to do. Add an interstate relocation into the mix and it can seem almost impossible. However, with a trusted and reliable interstate removalist, and a detailed interstate moving checklist, you can do it. And you can do it with minimal stress.

Where do I find a good interstate removalist?

Next Level Removals are your trusted moving service for interstate moves from Sydney to Brisbane, Sydney to Gold Coast and Sydney to Melbourne.

We are the highest rated removalists in Sydney and pros at interstate moves. We’re experienced. We know what we are doing. We are here for you 24/7. We care as much about your possessions as you do and will deliver them safely.

From our experience, you need a good, old fashioned checklist to help you with your move, making sure you have everything covered and are not forgetting something important. So, what do we recommend should be on your interstate moving checklist?

Your interstate moving checklist

A lot of people think packing is the start of your move, but there is some groundwork you can do before this to help make your move easier and more efficient. So, let’s start at the beginning:

  • Do a thorough audit

Boring as it is, make sure you do a thorough audit of all of your possessions and get rid of what you don’t need. There is no point wasting money on moving things that you don’t need and are likely to throw out as soon as you get to your new place.

Also identify your fragile items or items in your home that need special care. Let your removalist know your special requirements are relating to these.

  • Do you need storage?

Next Level Removalists can help with storage options and removal of your furniture or items to your storage unit.

  • Calculate how much furniture you have

Once you are confident you are moving only the absolute essentials, do an accurate volume estimate of your furniture and large items. To get the most accurate view of your household items, use our furniture calculator.

  • Do you need a container to move your home interstate?

If convenience is your number one concern, container removals for interstate moves may be for you. Next Level Removals are the experts in container removals.

  • Engage your removalist

Next Level Removals are your trusted moving service for Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane removals.

For a quick removal quote, you will need to provide your removalist with the number of rooms in your home. Your more accurate estimate from the furniture calculator will help at this point also.

  • Order your removal boxes

Next Level Removalists provide you premium boxes, free of charge. We have a full range of large item boxes, small item boxes, fragile item boxes and porta robes.

  • Start packing

You can do it yourself, or you can outsource it. If you are choosing to outsource your packing, Next Level Removals have a specialised packing team that can help with both your packing, and your unpacking at the other end. So convenient!

  • Organise your services at the other end

Remember that your electricity, gas and internet services won’t follow you automatically, so make sure you remember to connect them in time for your arrival. Next Level Removalists can do this for you. Just ask our friendly team.

And most of all… Enjoy your new home!

7 Tips to Get Your Full Rental Bond Refunded

7 Tips to Get Your Full Rental Bond Refunded

It’s a constant struggle for tenants. You have a lot of money tied up in a rental bond, which you want to have returned. Money that could be better spent hiring a professional, reliable removalist such as Next Level Removals… but we digress.

The truth is a very large number of tenants forfeit part or all of their bonds every year.

So, what are the top tips for getting your rental bond back?

Read your lease; know the requirements; know your rights

Make sure you read your lease carefully before you sign it, and also before you vacate your rental property. Know what is expected of you. Know any special requirements that are in your lease.

If you are moving interstate, make sure you are aware of any lease requirements that differ between states.

If you are renting an office, be aware of potential additional requirements. Commercial leases generally have ‘make good’ provisions, meaning you need to return the fit out to its original condition when you move in.

Refer to your entry report

As part of your lease, an entry and exit report must be completed by your managing agent. This records the condition of the property on moving in and out, specifically detailing any damage.

Your entry report will tell you what you need to fix, and what was pre-existing damage. Be very thorough with this, it can save you a lot of time, money and hassle.

Take your own photos

Property managers always take photos of the property, but it is a good idea to take your own. Take photos when you move in and also when you move out. They may help if any disputes arise.

Take care of the property

The most common reasons tenants don’t get their bonds returned are:

  • damage they have caused to the property
  • the property is kept clean.

The easiest way to get your bond back is to keep your rental property clean and in good condition. Fix any issues as they arise, that way it won’t be a big job when you move out.

Be aware of any special cleaning requirements such as having carpets or blinds professionally cleaned, or a pet clean if you have animals.

Also, be very careful not to lose your keys, these can be expensive to replace and will come out of your bond.

Call the professionals

Professional cleaning can go a long way to getting your bond back. If you use a cleaner recommended by your managing agency, it will be difficult to argue with the results. If there is an issue, you can also work with the cleaner to them return if the work is not satisfactory.

Using professional removalists such as Next Level Removalists can help also. This can mean that your furniture is safely removed without damage to your rental property.

Keep your rent up to date

It might seem like a very obvious thing, but if your rent is not up to date, it will come out of your bond. Make sure your payments are up to date, it will make things much easier later.

Give enough notice

Many leases will have minimum notice periods to either re-sign or exit your lease. Know these and stick to them. There may be charges if you don’t, which will automatically come out of your bond.

Need further information?

Check out the top tips on our website or connect with our team. We are your local Sydney specialists for both household and office moves both locally or interstate.

5 Tips for Moving in Hot Weather

5 Tips for Moving in Hot Weather

Moving house can be hard work. Moving home in the middle of the summer heat not only makes the task harder, it can be dangerous to your health if you don’t take the right precautions.

Australia has had a record run of above average temperature days of late. And all predictions are saying it’s going to be a long, hot summer. In this case it’s well worth understanding how to manage the heat if the day you have set aside for moving turns out to reach temperatures that resemble the inside of your oven when it’s cooking your Sunday roast.

What are the top tips for moving house in hot weather?

Get started early in the day

Beat the heat by getting an early start. This will make sure the hard work is done before the heat takes hold and drains any energy you had left in your body. It also means that sensitive items prone to heat damage are likely to fare better than being moved in the middle of the day. But more on this later.

Look after yourself

  • Make sure you have enough water with you all day to keep hydrated
  • Keep a sports drink on hand to help replace the salts in your body that you lose through excessive sweating
  • Wear loose, light clothing to keep you cool
  • Stay in the shade as much as possible
  • Making sure you use sunscreen and wear a hat if you are out in the sun.

Look after you pets

If you have pets that are moving house with you, make sure you take special care with them in the heat. They will likely be stressed from the changes already and the heat won’t help them at all.

Make sure they have lots of water. Make sure they are always left in a well-ventilated area that is out of the sun. And most of all, give them a little bit extra attention and reassurance. They might just need it.

Heat sensitive items

There may be some items in your household that area heat sensitive, and you will need to take extra care when you move them.

Heat sensitive items might be electronics such as TVs, computers, phones and so on. Also keep in mind if you have some special photos printed out, they may need to be kept cool to prevent any damaged. Paintings can be the same as well. Treat them carefully. Don’t leave them in the car parked in the sun. Keep them in a cool place until you are ready to load the car and drive immediately to your new place. And then unload them straight away, keeping them out of the heat as much as possible.

Get the professionals do to it for you

If this is all sounding a little bit too much like hard work (it is very hard work!), then hire professional removalists to help you out.

Professional removalist teams will come with their own hot weather kits. They will know how to handle your heat sensitive items. They will be prepared for any situation that may occur relating to your move.

Next Level Removalists are your local Sydney removalist experts. We specialise in local house or office moves, as well as interstate moves to Brisbane, Gold Coast, Melbourne and everywhere in between. Reach out to our friendly team today.

Furnishing An Office On A Budget

Furnishing An Office On A Budget

Having a well-designed office can improve productivity and happiness amongst workers, and impress clients. Best of all, it doesn’t have to cost a small fortune. Here are tips for furnishing your office without breaking the bank.

Lease Equipment

Rather than having to pay for all your essential office equipment upfront, you can consider leasing items rather than buying them. For things like computers that usually have an upgrade cycle of 3-4 years, it may make more sense. If there are also items that you use on a semi-regular basis, you can get a good deal renting it only when you need it.

Sharing Model

There are some items which staff can share instead of wasting money on things which aren’t used so often. Not everyone needs a printer when you can have a communal one. Also, not all staff members may need a work phone on their desk, especially if you have a shared office environment. Also consider buying long bench desks which many staff members can use, rather than buying individual desks.

By having a more communal feel, it creates a more social office environment, which can lead to better workplace culture.

Buying Refurbished Products

You may be able to get a better deal buying refurbished hardware than leasing. For items like printers and laptops, the price is significantly lower for things that are almost like new.

Have A Flexible Layout

If you’re a start-up or small company, the most cost-effective way is to create a flexible office space as soon as you move in. This will allow you to effortlessly expanded, and your office can grow with your needs. Avoid items like individual offices and fixed partitions. Instead, focus on the layout and furniture which you can rearrange and expand quickly.

Invest In Quality Office Chairs

While it’s a good idea to furnish your office as cheap as possible, one area which you shouldn’t skimp on is office chairs. Sitting for long periods can cause back pain, and can lead to employees taking sick days. It’s essential to have high-quality ergonomic office chairs. They will make a significant improvement to your employees’ long-term health and comfort.

Buy the Kitchen Essentials

It’s easy to overlook the importance of having a functional staff kitchen. But it will drastically improve staff happiness and productivity. Essential items include a fridge, toaster, microwave, and kettle. You can buy everything at once for a potential discount from a chain store.

Lighting

Natural lighting can provide a drastic boost to employee wellbeing and morale. It will also save on lighting costs at the same time. When deciding on your office space layout, set up areas (like desks) where people will be spending the most amount of time near windows. This will let you utilise as much natural light as possible.

Go Digital

Going paperless doesn’t only save the environment. It can also help slash your expenses significantly. Storing all your files digitally means you can cut back on the cost of the printer, paper, and ink. You can even reduce the need for folders, shelves, and filing cabinets. It’s also possible to have contracts signed digitally using an app like DocuSign.

Are you looking to minimise your downtime between moving office? We’ve got you covered. For professional, reliable and trustworthy office relocation Sydney Removals, call Next Level Removals on 1300 005 400 or contact us online.

How To Move Interstate (On A Tight Budget)

How To Move Interstate (On A Tight Budget)

Moving interstate is often an exciting time, but it can be an expensive process. It’s often easy to focus on your new lifestyle, a different culture, and the weather. But the longer you put off organising your interstate move, the more likely you are to lose sleep and stress about how much it’s going to cost. Luckily, you don’t need to spend a small fortune for interstate removalists.

Let’s take a look at tips from removalists on how to move interstate on a tight budget.

Throw Out Anything You No Longer Need

When you are packing to move, it’s the perfect time to declutter, because you have to sort through every item anyway.

By getting rid of things you no longer need, not only will you be reducing the clutter you bring into your new home. You will also be reducing the number of physical boxes which needs to be packed. This can lead to your stuff fitting in a smaller sized removals truck and a lower price.

It will also save your time and energy from having to pack them, and then unpack them at your new home.

Besides making it easier to set up your new home, you can even sell anything you no longer need and make some extra money to put towards the cost of moving.

Be Flexible With Your Moving Day

The more you plan your move in advance, the cheaper the price will be. Last-minute moves tend to be more expensive.

Avoiding school holidays, public holidays, and weekends can also help reduce the price. Since a lot of people also take an RDO on a Friday, prices tend to be more expensive. When the weather is warmer over the summer, prices are usually higher.

For the best price, aim for a move between Tuesday to Thursday during a non-peak time. By bundling services such as packing services, or removals storage can also help get a better deal.

Consider Back-loading

If you are flexible with your moving date, back-loading provides better interstate moving rates. It also ensures the same premium service.

There are two different types of back-loading:

– You can share a truck with other customers and only pay for the space that you need.

– You can book a full vehicle which would otherwise be returning empty after completing an interstate delivery.

The only downside is that you may need to wait a few days until there is an available truck.

Choose A Reputable Moving Company

When moving interstate on a budget, it only seems logical to go with the cheapest moving company with the lowest quote, right? If so, you’d be making a huge mistake. A cheap moving company might provide you with the lowest initial quote. But, you will quickly discover that there are many add-ons, extras, and surcharges which are not included in the initial price.

You also run the risk of a cheap company hiring subcontractors who don’t handle your belongings with care. Are you willing to risk damage to valuable and irreplaceable items? They may also have double booked, which means they don’t show up on time or deliver your belongings on schedule to your new home.

In the long run, it can end up costing you way more than a reliable and trustworthy moving company. A professional moving company will provide you with transparent prices. They will also ensure a professional, honest, and comprehensive service without extra fees.

For high-quality interstate removals on a tight budget, Contact Next Level Removals today. Call 1300 005 400 or contact us online today.

The quote can end up being more expensive than other removal companies who are reliable and trustworthy.

Seniors Guide To Choosing The Right Retirement Village

Seniors Guide To Choosing The Right Retirement Village

Moving to a retirement village is a major lifestyle change, and requires a lot of thought to choose the right one. It allows you to continue living an independent lifestyle while being surrounded by other seniors. Let’s take a look at how to choose the right retirement village for you.

What to do before moving to a retirement village

Before moving to a retirement village, there are a few things you should do. First, consider other options like home help or moving to a smaller home.

Make sure to speak with your friends, and family about your decision, and tell them why you want to do so. Also, ask them about their plans for the future.

How To Choose The Most Suitable Retirement Village

Choosing a retirement village is one of the most important decisions you will need to make in your life. Here are some tips to help you make the right choice:

  • Make a list of your retirement village must-haves.
  • Also, make a list of your wants, but not essential needs.
  • Speak to a lawyer or financial advisor for expert legal advice before signing a contract.
  • Visit as many retirement villages as possible, which are in your ideal location, and suit your budget
  • Don’t be pressured to make a decision with the first one you visit.
  • Ask each retirement village for a standard fact sheet. This will help you to compare the differences in facilities on offer.
  • Talk to residents of each village. Find out what they enjoy, and what they don’t like
  • Ask your friends and family to come along with you, and to give their feedback
  • Carefully read the contract. Make sure it aligns with the verbal information you were told.

Questions To Ask About A Retirement Village

When you visit a retirement village, you should prepare several questions in advance, which can give you peace of mind and help you make a decision.

Some recommended questions to ask include:

  • Is there a waiting list for the retirement village?
  • What is the policy for pets?
  • When are visitors allowed?
  • Is car parking provided?
  • Is there a bus for the retirement village? What route does it take, and how often does it run?
  • How close are facilities such as public transport, medical facilities, entertainment, supermarkets and shopping centres?
  • Is there a residents’ committee? If so, how do they elect members?
  • What common areas are there to use?
  • Are you allowed to make changes inside the unit, or do you need permission (like in a rental home)?
  • How much are the fees and charges?
  • Are there more facilities planned in future? If so, what are they and when will they be completed by?
  • Are there meals available? If so, how much do they cost?
  • Are support services available, such as cleaning, and assistance with meals, if required?
  • Can you be moved from the facility without your consent? If so, what are the circumstances?
  • Is there a nearby aged care facility?

You should make an informed decision when choosing the right retirement village.

Need a removalist to help you move into a retirement village? Next Level Removals are here to help. Our courteous, friendly, and professional movers take care of moving your belongings as if they were our own.

For a free moving quote, call 1300 005 400 or contact us online.

How To Set Up A Home Office

How To Set Up A Home Office

Planning to set up a spare room into a home office? Working from home gives you the flexibility to set your own schedule, as well as save time and money by getting rid of a daily commute.

To be successful, you need to set up your home office in an environment which promotes productivity and efficiency. Here are the best tips for how to set up a home office.

1. Make A List Of Your Office Needs

Rather than just putting a desk in the corner of a room, and saying its a home office, you should first come up with a list of your essential items.

This varies on the type of work that you do.

At the very least, you most likely will need a desk, chair, computer, phone, and printer. Perhaps you also need a filing cabinet or an extra-large desk for more workspace.

Will you have clients coming to meet with you in person? If so, you’ll also need space to meet with them.

2. Choose A Dedicated Space For Your Office

Now you should have an idea of how much space you need, and it’s time to set aside some dedicated space in your home. You should ideally try to have your office in a quiet area, which is even more essential if you have a partner, children, or live with housemates.

It’s best to use a spare room with a closing door, that way you can cut out the noise, and work uninterrupted. It’s also suitable for when you need to take client calls.

If you need to meet with clients in person, consider choosing a room near the front of the home.

Also, try and keep your professional space separate from the rest of the house. This will help you to relax when not working, and also to go into ‘work mode’ as soon as you step into your home office.

3. Utilise Space

It’s quite common that you have a limited amount of space to work with. Filling your room with just a desk and chair can even feel like you are cramped. To find a solution may require you getting create a space which has a big enough work area along with storage space.

For the desk, you can use filing cabinets or shelves as the base, and then get a countertop to put on top. Ikea has many great customisable and affordable desk solutions.

4. Take Advantage of Natural Light

Try to find an area for your home office that takes advantage of natural light. If this is not possible, then make sure to enhance the area by using direct lighting. First, add some overhead lights, then add desk and floor lamps, which cover a specific working area.

Whatever type of lighting you use, make sure that you position your computer screen so that it eliminates any glare on the screen.

Your aim should be to create balanced lighting, which will work to minimise eye strain from occurring.

5. Make an Investment In The Right Home Office Equipment

To get your home office set up, you first need to have the right equipment. Usually, it can be tempting to splurge on office decor, but not to spend much on necessary office equipment.

Make sure to invest in a suitable and sturdy desk with a large enough workspace. Also, get a comfortable chair with back support, and either a desktop computer or laptop with sufficient memory and storage space. Make sure to also invest in any industry-specific software which you need, as well as any specialist tools or equipment you may need.

Setting up a new home office is an exciting time, and marks the start of a new journey. Whether you are moving to a new home, or just buying your home furniture for your spare room,

Next Level Removals are here to help. Our professional and experienced movers offer affordable rates and treat your belongings as if they were our own. Call 1300 005 400 or get a free quote online today.

5 Ways To Save Money On Moving Home

5 Ways To Save Money On Moving Home

Moving home always has a lot of unexpected expenses which can add up fast. No matter whether you are moving across town, or to the other side of the country, you need to keep an eye on your spending.

To help keep your moving costs to a minimum, here are 5 ways to save money on moving house.

1. Plan Well In Advance

One of the best ways to save money when moving home is to plan your move well in advance, and also to give yourself a budget for it.

Booking early can help you get better rates for hiring removalists, and not have to pay last-minute premium fees. It will also help you get an idea of the price ahead of time so that you can budget for it, rather than having to pay all upfront unexpectedly.

Using a removal calculator can help you get an idea of the total price.

2. Get 3-5 Estimates

There are many variables when moving. Quotes may also fluctuate significantly between different removals companies. You should get quotes from 3-5 different removals companies. This will let you know that you are getting the best service for the most affordable price.

Before automatically going for the cheapest option, read some online reviews about all the companies. Also, make sure the removalists have insurance, and your belongings are covered for any damages. Otherwise, it could cost you a lot more by having to pay to repair or replace any items damaged while moving.

3. Sell Some Items You No Longer Need

Moving home is the perfect time to go through all your belongings and get rid of anything you no longer want or need. It will also eliminate any clutter from coming into your new home.

Sell your unwanted items on eBay, Gumtree, Facebook Marketplace, or an old fashioned garage sale. Not only will it give you extra cash to put towards moving, but it will also reduce the amount you have to pay removalists. Because there will be fewer boxes which need moving which means less van space is required. It’s a win-win situation.

4. Find Free Moving Boxes

Buying moving boxes can be a significant and unexpected expense. Luckily, there’s no need to pay for moving boxes, when you can source some for free! Check with supermarkets or department stores if they have any empty boxes – they will only throw them out anyway.

Even better, a lot of removalists provide free moving boxes which are the perfect size for moving and reinforced as well.

5. Pack Everything Yourself

Removalists offer excellent extra services such as packing and unpacking your belongings. As well as dismantling and reassembling furniture. But, if you are really on a tight budget, you can pack everything yourself. Just make sure to do it in advance and have it all ready before the movers show up on moving day.

It’s essential to pack your belongings correctly, to protect them in transit. To do so, you will need to use blankets, towels, sheets and old newspapers for padding and protection. This can help reduce the cost of having to buy packing supplies such as bubble wrap and packing paper.

There are many different ways you can save money on moving house. While it may seem like small savings, when combined, the savings add up fast.

Looking for an affordable and experienced professional removalist company? Next Level Removals are here to help! Call us today on 1300 005 400, or get a free quote online.