Our Moving Guide is a valuable source of information on various topics and issues concerning home and office removals. In the guide section of our website readers can find practical tips and professional advice on how to make any removal more efficient and affordable. The articles posted in our Moving Guide are researched in detail and summarised for an easy read so you can quickly find relevant info on the topics which are of interest to you. Written and multimedia content in the guide section is provided by dedicated contributors who follow and research relevant issues so that readers are always up to date and well informed. Browse our Moving Guide for advice on things like packing and protecting of items during handling and transit, safe removal of artwork, antiques and music instruments etc. You can also find cost effective disposal of unwanted items prior to removal – a good way to save unnecessary expenses. We also provide detailed advice on how to manage and organise various additional aspects of moving places like redirecting mail and subscriptions, transferring utilities and telecom services etc. Many of the articles found in the guide are followed up and elaborated further so there is always new and relevant material.

Why Croydon is So Hard to Resist

Surrey Street Market

The Borough of Croydon is neither the biggest nor the most prestigious borough in London. Despite that, however, it has the highest population number in the capital of the United Kingdom. Upper Norwood and Norbury are the borough’s northernmost districts and that means that they are also located closer to central London than all other…

By: Braydon King,

Moving House – What to Do with the Food in Your Home?

Fridge with food

Moving a piano, packing fragile items, decluttering – these are some of the most unpleasant and difficult tasks that go hand in hand with many domestic removals. The thing is that these challenges are very obvious and most of us are likely to put them on top of their to-do pre-relocation planning list. One less…

By: Braydon King,

Exploring the More Unusual Side of the Borough of Havering

Raphael Park Lake in Gidea Park

The Borough of Havering is the third largest London Borough by area. It borders with boroughs like Bexley, Barking and Dagenham, as well as with that of Redbridge. Havering is an Outer London Borough. Still, even though it does not have a central location, it hides many interesting secrets and one-of-a-kind gems. As a start,…

By: Braydon King,

Best big panel vans on the market

Renault Master

Big panel vans are an integral tool to movers as they allow them to transport quickly, safely and efficiently large quantities of goods from one place to another. However, the light commercial vehicle sector of the automotive industry is one of the broadest, which is why it is hard to know which vans are great…

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Moving in summer? That’s how you do it

Summer in London

Moving homes is always a tough job, but even you have to do it in the scourging heat during the summer months, things can become even more complicated. But there are way to reduce the pressure of your summer removal. Choosing to commence the project specifically at that time can even come with a few…

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Considerations When Home Moving

Loaded moving van

It is a proven scientific fact that moving homes can be among the most stressful experiences a person goes through in life. That is why when you know that you have such a project ahead of you, you will need to think about the ways in which you can actually alleviate at least a small…

By: Braydon King,

Interesting localities in Lewisham

Brockley Nature Reserve

The Borough of Lewisham lies in the south eastern parts of London and is governed by the Lewisham London Borough Council. It was created on April the 1st, 1965, when the Metropolitan Borough of Deptford was merged with the Metropolitan Borough of Lewisham. It spreads oven 13.57 square miles and according to the last census…

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Living with your parents as an adult – a survival guide


We live in an age when co-inhabiting with one’s parents is becoming more and more common. The reasons are quite varied, from the unstable job market to rising property prices to the peculiar mindset of the generation called “millennials”. No matter what the reason is however, if you find yourself in the situation when you…

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Living in South West London is not such a bad idea

South West London at Night

There is no better city in England that you can opt for living in than London and that is a well known fact. When you are faced with the decision where exactly in the capital you are supposed to pick up a home in, matters can become a bit more complicated. Here we are going…

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Travelling around Bromley

Down House

The large London Borough of Bromley is situated within the southern part of London. The Borough is considered as the most rural and also one of the most enormous boroughs in Greater London. Great part of it is within the Metropolitan Green Belt. Bromley interacts with the London Boroughs of Lewisham, Greenwich, Bexley, Southwark and…

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