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.

Best Advice to Hire a Removalist in Sydney

Best Advice to Hire a Removalist in Sydney

The process of moving takes time, planning, and energy. Looking for a removalist in Sydney? We’ve got you covered. The right removalist can ensure a smooth move. While the help of friends and family is invaluable when you’re moving, trained and skilled removalists know that the aim of the game is to get in and out, and make sure nothing is damaged in the process.

To help make your moving journey as easy as possible, we’ve compiled a list of our top tips for hiring a Sydneyside removalist.

  1. Look around: No matter your budget, if you’re looking for the best removalists in Sydney, it’s always a good idea to compare prices. Many removalist services offer different packages, and can offer packing and storage help and advice. It’s a good idea to make sure you’ve done your homework to ensure you’re getting the best service at the best price for your budget, and your moving situation.
  2. Know the rules: Check out Fair Trading NSW to get your head around NSW and Sydney’s rules, regulations, and removalist accreditation bodies (AFRA – Australian Furniture Removalist Association). Knowing these rules helps protect you against dodgy providers, but we recommend picking a company that is aligned with the AFRA.
  3. Get a written quote: Getting a quote in writing before you book is really important. This will protect you from hidden additional fees, so make sure you have a copy sent to you, and check through the price list to ensure everything needed has been itemised.
  4. Check your contract: Your moving contract needs to include a few things, including insurance for damages incurred, or items lost in transit. While all reputable moving companies will take the utmost care when it comes to your possessions, accidents and acts of god can occur during this confusing time.
  5. Extra services: For most reputable removalist companies will include services such as packing and van or truck rental. Some companies will offer box provisions and unpacking as an additional service. In the busy city of Sydney, finding a removalist company that can offer something like unpacking can save you time and hassle as you adjust to a new job or home life.
  6. Update your Insurance: When you’re preparing for a move, especially in a busy city like Sydney, it’s best to check your home and contents insurance agreement and make sure that your possessions are protected during transit. Don’t forget to call them and make arrangements for any new coverage you might need.

Sydney is a large city with a lot to offer in apartment living. However it can be a tricky place for removalists getting furniture up and down tall buildings. That’s why doing your homework and making sure you hire a removalist company with lots of urban experience is necessary. Removalists that offer balcony lifts, and are well-trained, or accredited through AFRA will take a load of stress out of your moving experience. Make sure to do your homework, check the NSW rules for removalists, read your contract, get a written quote, and look for specialised services with experienced sydneyside removalists.

Tips for a Successful Garage Sale Before Moving

Tips for a Successful Garage Sale Before Moving

Ah, the humble garage sale. It’s a staple of Saturday afternoons, particularly when you’re on the hunt for an affordable and dining table to match your millenial aesthetic. The worst part of a garage sale is when no-one shows up. Luckily we’ve got a foolproof marketing plan for your garage sale to ensure success.

  1. Make sure you’ve advertised properly: These days the old sign on the side of the road isn’t enough. You need to set your date a minimum of two weeks in advance, put your sign up (trendy, hipster areas are a goldmine), and then get digital. Post about your garage sale on buy, swap, and sell pages, and across private rent pages on Facebook. Take well-lit photos of some of the best items you’re selling too.
  2. Check the weather: Nothing puts a faster stop to a garage sale than an impromptu hurricane, or even a mild drizzle. Spring and summer are the best months for garage sales.
  3. Make sure you’ve picked up some petty cash, and don’t say no to taking paypal payments! Paypal payments can be sent directly to your phone if some cashless jogger running past notices your mums chic vintage lamp from the 70’s that you’re um, totally not throwing out. Prepare to accept those online payments!
  4. Price low, sell out – A garage sale isn’t like luxury marketing. The idea is to make a small profit off things one might find in a thrift store, or to pass on things that no longer suit your style. Set realistic prices and be open to bargaining with prospective buyers.As a rule of thumb, used books should be no more than $1-$2 each, clothing under $5, and toys, games and other bric-a-brac around this same price. Remember, people are here to buy things with pocket change.
  5. Make sure everything is clean and well-presented: Lint roll clothing, dust and wipe down furniture and toys, and wash out crockery. Set out a couple of tables – fold out camping tables or desks are fine – and lay a clean tablecloth, sheet, or curtain over them. You can arrange your items on shelves, clothes racks, or in plastic tubs and clearly label the cost by pinning a sticker to the table next to them.
  6. Bundle items – don’t be afraid to play auctioneer and bundle a few items together, especially as the day winds down. Someone looking at one book for $1 might happily take an offer of three books for $2.
  7. Head to depop – Once the day is over, if you have items remaining that can still be sold, head to online marketplaces like depop, etsy, eBay and marketplaces to see if there are any online takers.

Garage sales are a great way to earn back a little bit of cash for your old purchases, and they do especially well in trendy suburbs! If you’re not in a more hipster area, make sure you advertise your garage sale in the more hip areas of your city or town to bring in prospective vintage hunters.

To Move or Not to Move?

To Move or Not to Move?

How can you decide whether or not you should move? Before making the decision to move consider why it is you want to move. Are you moving on a whim, or is it a practical decision?

A practical move the kind of move you do for a job, or a better school for your children. An impractical move is one that you have romanticised. It’s important to assess your decision to move based on practicality, and the long-term impact it will have on you and your family.

Questions you should ask yourself before you move:

  • Am I financially able to move?
  • Will this move help me progress in my career, or send me backwards?
  • Will the stress from moving disrupt my family more than it will benefit them?
  • Will the new cost of living advantage, or disadvantage me?
  • Is moving a necessity or a preference?
  • Are there jobs available in the new town/city?
  • Can your lifestyle needs be met in the new place?

For most people work is the biggest motivator when it comes to moving. Whether you’ve been offered a new job, your whole company is moving, or you’re looking to re-skill and move up the corporate ladder, even if you’re keeping your same job or title, moving is still a major life change.

A practical move takes practical planning, with jobs, property leases, children, pets, and large furniture items to consider, planning a move can take a lot longer than making the decision to move. Moving can be a wonderful and enriching experience, allowing you to explore a new town, city, or even country, with your loved ones.

It might not be the right time for you to move if you haven’t fully considered the implications of leaving your support system, or if you’re simply unhappy in your current job. On the other hand, a fresh place to live offers the potential of new friends, reconnecting with long-lost family members, and career expansion. Typically, when it comes to moving, your career prospects should look better in the place you plan to move to, than the place you currently are.

It also might not be the right time if you just can’t afford it. From the removalist to the security deposit, to the lease overlap, pet transport, and more, moving truly is one of the most expensive things you’ll ever do. If it’s worth it, it’s money well spent, however, if the job prospects simply aren’t as good in the new location as your current location, consider maybe a shorter move – moving suburbs, or departments at work might help satisfy the moving bug.

We, at Next Level Removals, are sure there are some more things you can think of that matter personally to you – but this should be a great starting point for you to be organised and prepared for the big day. If you have any queries, contact the team at Next Level Removals as we are here to help through each stage of the moving process. Call us today on 1300 005 400 or click here to arrange a quote.

Dealing With Moving Anxiety

Dealing With Moving Anxiety

It’s said that moving can be one of the most stressful experiences a person can go through. The uncertainty involved with moving is a major cause of anxiety, not to mention bickering between couples, families and housemates as they pack and prep for the big day.

Moving can also wreak havoc on your day to day routine. With real estate agents to call and removalists to finalise, you might find that you are getting less and less done, and have even less time to de-stress as you normally would.

Planning and Help

Two of the biggest keys to dealing with moving anxiety are planning and help. When it comes to planning, your Google Calendar is your best friend for keeping track of appointments, viewings, and removalists among other logistical issues. For help, lean on your support system. When it comes to more generalised anxiety, mindfulness, exercise, and deep breaths can work wonders on a hypersensitive amygdala. The amygdala processes events and then teaches the subconscious brain, and the body, how to respond to similar events in the future. So, if the amygdala identifies stress triggers within the moving process, it will send those signals to the brain and body. This creates a stressful situation, if you can identify some of your stress triggers, then outsourcing some of the more anxiety-inducing activities to friends, family, or your spouse might help.

Friends, family, partners, and even pets (they reduce stress!) can be an incredible help while you deal with the stress of packing, planning, viewing properties, and juggling work and other commitments.

Lease Overpalapping

Another thing you can do to reduce your moving stress is to try and work it out so that your old and new lease overlap by about one week. This allows for plenty of trips back and forth. You should also start purging – old, useless, broken possessions that are. Purge your closet, your cupboard full of containers missing their lids, useless saucepans you never use, and mismatched cutlery. Start the cleaning process early to avoid bringing your old junk to your new place. You can rehome, donate, or sell off items you decide not to bring and reduce the number of things you have to move.

Choose a Reliable Moving Company

Next, book a reliable removalist. A bad removalist will make your moving experience a living nightmare. A good removalist company will make it a breeze, with absolutely no losses or damage to your possessions. Picking the correct removalist is vital to reducing your stress levels, remember, the cheapest option isn’t always the best! A higher quote may denote a higher quality of training when it comes down to crunch time.

Once you’ve selected your removalist, sold off your unwanted stuff, asked your aunt Carol over to help you pack over the weekend, and used your cat as a security blanket against the night terrors that have taken over your sleep, it’s time to breathe, supervise the removalist company, and pick up the keys to your new property.

Contact Next Level Removals Now

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Tips for Long Term Storage

Tips for Long Term Storage

Sometimes moving means putting some of your beloved possessions into long-term storage. This can be stressful, especially if you pick the wrong removalist or storage company and items get lost or damaged. We’ve put together the following handy strategy to ensure you don’t lose your head when it comes to long-term storage.

Create an Inventory:

Prior to putting your possessions into long-term storage, make sure that you list off and itemise all of your possessions. It’s also a good idea to keep a digital copy of your receipts and various warranties within your inventory just in case.

Be careful with your whitegoods:

Moving overseas and leaving the fridge? Make sure you’ve properly cleaned, disinfected and disconnected all whitegoods. Items such as dishwashers and fridges can be a breeding ground for bacteria and mould. Prep all your whitegoods before putting them into long-term storage by giving them a thorough clean.

Use protective wraps:

When it comes to rips and tears, these look better in a Yeezy collection than on your furniture. Using packing blankets can prevent wear, tear, and damp and mildew growth on your belongings. Make sure you pre-treat leather furniture before storage to prevent cracking and seal wooden pieces. Plastic wraps and bags are typically not a good idea, as they can cause an increase in moisture in items.

Pack Your Electrical Items Properly:

When it doubt, keep the box. It’s best that electrical items being stored long-term are restored to their original packaging. This ensures maximum protection within packaging designed for that particular item. If this isn’t possible, try to ensure all items have been well-packed according to long-term storage standards, and that no batteries with the potential to cause leaks are trapped inside. Double-check those television remotes!

Vacuum seal all fabrics:

Nobody has time for dust mites! Or any other kind of creepy-crawly that might sneak into the folds of your favourite curtains, or childhood teddy bear collection. To ensure this doesn’t happen while your items are in long-term storage, make sure to vacuum seal all fabric items and soft furnishings, from cushions, curtains, and the rest. This will help to prevent the tell-tale dusty, musty storage scent and keep your items in tip-top condition while they wait.

Keep Your Items of the Floor!

The floor is lava, and you don’t want your sofa singed! When it comes to long-term storage for items big and small, stacking them up is the way to go. Storing items in shelving units, or on pallets allows for more air circulation, this means there’s a lesser likelihood of moisture or dampness buildup, keeping your big-ticket items mould-free and in great condition.

Pack and label your fragile items carefully:

Nobody wants to unpack a box labelled, ‘grandma’s vintage wine glasses’ and discover that they’ve inadvertently broken a treasured family possession! That’s why the same rules apply for fragile items in long-term storage, as they do when packing for a short trip on the removalist truck. Pack your fragile items carefully in tissue-paper, newspaper and bubble-wrap, label the box carefully and make sure to note which side should be facing up.

When it comes to keeping items in long-term storage, your best bet is to work with a trusted removalist to advise you on your best packing and storage solutions.

If having a next-level experience sounds like the type of experience you would like to have in your next furniture move, it’s time to get in touch with Next Level Removals. You can contact our furniture removal consultants in many different and convenient ways:

Piano moving tips

Piano moving tips

How to move a piano.

Moving most things is as easy as packing it down and putting it in a box. Or wrapping it in a blanket or bubble wrap for safe keeping in transport. There are a few things though that require a little more thought, time and preparation. And muscle power! The team at Next Level Removals have literally encountered everything – big or small, from pets to pianos we find a solution that fits and keeps your possessions safe and sound throughout the moving process.

You may already have tried to shift your piano and are now sitting online looking at how to best approach this mammoth task. Did you know some pianos weigh a whopping 160kgs kilograms and grand pianos, almost unbelievably, up to 500 kilograms? Along with the weight of a piano, the sheer size and often the awkwardness can simply mean the task is impossible without the right knowledge and equipment.

Given this is something we do often, our team at Next Level Removals have put together some tips to assist in the process.

Step 1 Contact our team at Next Level Removals for a quote.

Step 2 If you are not using us or other professionals then gather a crew! Nobody in history has moved a piano on their own – it’s just not possible, believe us, we know. So put the call out to your friends and family and get as many people as you can on board to help. At least 4 people (2 per side of piano) is our minimum. Remember this is even more challenging if you are moving interstate or a far distance.

Step 3 Get your hands on the right moving equipment ahead of time to make sure you have everything you need. You’ll need straps, furniture blankets, tape and of course – transport.

Step 4 Prepare your piano before you start moving it. We suggest closing the lid and fastening it closed to protect the keys throughout the move. Wrap your piano in furniture blankets and use the tape to keep it in place to protect the exterior

Step 5 Think ahead of time and have the destination spot for your piano clean and clear ready for the arrival.

Step 6 Establish and clear a path to ensure there are no obstacles in the way. This will avoid having to stop and start and of course, any injuries or damage.

Step 7 Now it’s time to move your piano. Our number one pointer is that your piano must always remain upright, so make sure that everyone is aware of this and that the piano is not tilted or laid down at any stage. Place straps underneath the piano so there is room to hold them on each side, you’ll use these to lift the piano up to slide the dolly’s underneath. Take time to balance the piano well before you move it.

Step 8 When loading your piano on the ramp or lift into the truck – wheel it on lighter side first.

Step 9 During the move your piano will likely be shifted out of tune so be sure to book it in for re-tuning when settled into its new location.

Given the possible injuries or damage to your piano – both can be incredibly costly, we recommend talking to our team at Next Level Removals about the best way to move your piano. Leave it to the experts – we treat your belongings like they are our own. Call us today on 1300 005 400 or fill in our simple online form for a free quote.

Moving must haves – essentials for moving day

Moving must haves – essentials for moving day

Don’t get caught out on moving day – create your moving day kit here.

Whether it is a house or office move, the last thing you want on your moving day is to be digging through things like a mad person trying to find that hammer, or charger, or bedsheet. Our team at Next Level Removals often get asked what the necessary items are to keep handing for both local and interstate moves.

Here are some things to get ready and have on hand for moving day.

  • Tool kit
    There’s always something to be fixed or put together when you’re moving – have some essentials from your tool kit with you to avoid being caught out.

    • Hammer
    • Screwdriver
    • Tape
    • Scissors

     

  • Cleaning supplies
    Whether it is wiping down furniture that has been in storage or a final clean as you vacate your home, you are bound to clean on moving day. At Next Level Removals our must haves include:

    • Gloves
    • Spray and wipe
    • Sponges, rags and paper towel
    • Disinfectant
    • Broom + vacuum
    • Bin liners

     

  • Stuff for your belly
    Make sure you have food and drink on hand. Of course, by this point your fridge is probably turned off or very close to, so pack some things that don’t rely on being kept cool – or better yet, pack an esky!

    • Snacks/sandwiches
    • Water + other drinks as desired

     

  • Medications and first aid
    The last thing you want to be digging for are pain tablets when you’ve got a terrible headache or back pain so keep it close and handy along with any other medication for the family for easy access.

    • Any prescribed medication you or your family require
    • Pain tablets
    • Band-Aids

     

  • Electronics box
    There’ll be phones and laptops that need charging at some point – we guarantee it. Or the vacuum that doesn’t reach that last room. Pack the below bits and bobs in a box together so you know where they are always.

    • Phone, laptop and chargers
    • Extension cords
    • Double adapter

     

  • Document folder
    You don’t want to misplace any paperwork for the move itself or points of identification should you need them – have these stored in a document folder and kept close to your other possessions at the ready.

    • Rental/property documents
    • Identification documents

     

  • Kitchenware
    More than one person and only one bottle of drink? No worries, because you’ve kept some glassware handy for this reason exactly. Having a coffee might be nice throughout the day too and plates for snack time.

    • Plates
    • Cutlery
    • Glassware
    • Kettle
    • Toaster

     

  • Music
    This is simply to keep you going

    • A stereo or speaker to keep the spirit alive!

     

  • Kids entertainment
    If the kids are with you – you don’t want them to be upset because they can’t find things to keep occupied, have these things in the corner at the old and new place ready for them to delve into.

    • Toys
    • Games
    • Movies

     

  • Pet supplies
    Keep the pet supplies at the old place until the very last minute with your pet (for comfort) and then pack them all together and move in the one hit.

    • Food, water + bowls
    • Bedding and blankets
    • Toys
    • Leashes + collars/harnesses and car buckles

     

  • First night bag
    Think of the first night and following day in the new house, what will you need ready so you can fall into an exhausted heap?

    • Bedding (sheets, doona, pillows)
    • Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant facewash, soap etc)
    • PJ’s
    • Change of clothes for the next day

We’re sure there are some more things you can think of that matter personally to you – but this should be a great starting point for you to be organised and prepared for the big day. If you have any queries, contact the team at Next Level Removals as we are here to help through each stage of the moving process. Call us today on 1300 005 400 or click here to arrange a quote.

Furniture assembly tips

Furniture assembly tips
  • Assembly services
     
    There are two types of people in the world – those who thrive on the assembly of furniture – and those who fear the very thought of it. Whether you fall in the former or latter, these tips may help you through the process. Whether you are moving furniture near or far, from home or office, the team at Next Level Removals have you covered.

    Before you move or purchase anything – measure the area it will live in and carefully match it against the measurements of the new piece of furniture. If it lines up well, then also be sure to research the difficulty of assembly before purchasing – this will help you know if you need help way ahead of time.

    Once you’ve got your piece of furniture in front of you ready to go, we suggest the following:

    1. Clear a spacious workspace that gives you space to move around and reach all angles of the pieces. Lay down some hessian or blankets to protect both your flooring and the new furniture while you move it around and put it together.
    2. Know what tools you’ll need and have them at arm’s reach, this eliminates any additionally, unnecessary stress.
    3. Lay the pieces from your package out flat in the space and compare everything received against the instruction booklet to ensure you’ve got everything, and everything is labelled correctly.
    4. Be patient and take your time as you piece everything together. If you don’t have an extra set of hands to help, using clamps can be a great way to hold everything together as you work. Remember not to tighten all screws completely as you go, doing this at the end will help keep everything in line.
    5. Resist the urge to start more than one piece at a time! We know that frustrations build and you’ll long to leave the hard part behind and move onto the shiny new piece sitting next to you – but you’ll regret it once the excitement of the new one wears off too.
    6. Revisit your work the next day to make sure all the screws and hinges are still in place as they should be.
    7. You can get creative too! Don’t be afraid to swap out any handles for something that suits your colour scheme or is a little funkier than the standard, or paint/laminate a door or shelf.

     
    Our top tip If you are moving to a new house or office – particularly if you are move interstate remember to keep the all pieces together after your disassemble your furniture, as you may forget which screws go with which piece of furniture after a few days of moving. Take photos and keep them together in your camera roll or great albums on your phone. This will make assembly much easier at the new home or office.
     
    Sometimes the fear of scratching a new piece of furniture or causing damage is just too much – in this instance we suggest outsourcing. Talk to our team at Next Level Removals, our expert removalists in Sydney will disassemble everything reliably and set it right back up again at your new home or office. Call us today on 1300 005 400.

How To Ensure Your Staff Are Ready For An Office Move

How To Ensure Your Staff Are Ready For An Office Move

Moving is often a cause of excitement. Is your company is growing, and it’s time to move to larger office space. Or are you moving to a more modern and cost-efficient space? But making sure your staff are ready for an office move can be more complicated than it sounds.

People generally fear change and stepping out of their comfort zone. Taking the right approach to preparing your staff for a move can be the difference between ensuring a smooth transition or a nightmare.

Keep reading for tips on how to ensure your staff are ready for an office move before the movers show up.

Communicate With Your Staff Effectively

Not much is worse for an employee than finding out news which directly affects them right at the last minute. Or, hearing it second hand from someone else.

Your first focus after the move is confirmed, should be to communicate the information to your staff. This way, they will have plenty of time to prepare for an office move.

Keep in mind that if you are moving to a whole new location, it may have a significant effect on your employees. This includes their commute times and childcare arrangements. As well as their general day-to-day routines.

It’s not enough to tell them your business is moving, also explain why your business is moving.

Will it affect their jobs? What will be the impact on customers and clients? What about suppliers?

Create A Moving Calendar

To help reduce the stress your staff will feel moving to a new office, provide them with clear timelines for moving, including the process for moving day once the removalists arrive. The best way to do this is to create a detailed, shared moving calendar.

Be sure to list any key milestones which must be completed by specific dates. By planning everything out in great detail, it will help keep the office move organised and reduce stress. Ask for a volunteer or team from your staff to create and manage the calendar.

Let Your Employees Be Involved In The Moving Process

Instead of just telling your staff the details after a move has been organised, let them be involved in helping with the entire process.

This helps your staff accept the change sooner, and feel like they have a platform to air their concerns and also provide input. The most effective way to do this is to establish a moving committee who then leases with management. This gives staff a great platform to ask questions, and have their concerns addressed.

Consult your employees about feedback for the design and layout of the new office. You can help to reduce the challenges and stress that comes with moving and create a positive and exciting environment.

Declutter and Organise

Moving all your office supplies, furniture, and records to a new location is very time-consuming. It also takes your staff away from doing work. But it’s also an excellent opportunity to organise and declutter years worth of items.

Ask your staff to go through their belongings and to pack away their equipment, files, and documents. This helps you to move into a new office in an organised way and make a fresh start in a new space.

Provide boxes and labels to staff. Also, ask them to bring their personal items such as ornaments and photos themselves. This will ensure their belongings don’t get lost or damaged.

For office removal experts who minimise downtime to ensure a smooth transition for staff and clients, call Next Level Removals today for an obligation-free quote on 1300 005 400 or contact us online.