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Three things to do once your removal is over

If you have a big relocation upcoming in the next several weeks or months, you are more than likely to be focussed on the tasks that are immediately before you – finding a moving company, booking storage space, packing, taking care of the paperwork and tons of other stuff. The thing is that once you have arrived at your new space there are still a lot of things that you need to take care of on top of unpacking your…

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Haringey Districts on the Rise

Haringey is one of the most contrasting London Boroughs. As a start, half if its territory is set over a hilly terrain and it has a rather high altitude, while the other half is low-rising and extremely flat. The local population is made up of various ethnic groups, creating a melting pot of cultures. The most striking contrast in Haringey, however, is the one that between its eastern and northern neighbourhoods. The borough is home to more than 20 districts,…

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Items That are Surprisingly Difficult to Move

We all know how challenging moving a piano or a big china collection can be. That is why, when people are planning a house move, they always spend a lot of time preparing for the removal of such heavy or fragile goods. But there are many other items which are a nightmare to relocate not only because they have a massive weight or their delicate construction but also because they are: Bulky or oddly-shaped; Very valuable; Hard to pack; Alive;…

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Children and Pets – a Tough Move

Are you worried about the toll your upcoming domestic move is causing to take on your kids? Do you feel like your dog, no matter how much you love it, will cause trouble while you are packing and loading your boxes on the truck? Well, have no fear, there is still a chance that you will have a thoroughly stress-free relocation experience. As in all things in life, the one thing necessary in order to do that is properly prepare…

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The Advantages of Living in the Borough of Lewisham

Lewisham is a London Borough that does not have many fans. Compared to other parts of the UK capital, it is rather poor. That, however, is one of the few major disadvantages of living in this borough. Aside from that downside, Lewisham is a green and budget-friendly place. Its population is one of the youngest in the city and it is made up of various ethnic groups and communities. Thanks to the fact that the borough is mostly set in…

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Best London Neighbourhoods for Young Professionals

The English capital has many areas that offer the perfect balance between fun and work to young professionals. Here are several districts that you should definitely consider. Kentish Town is an area that lies in the northern London in the Borough of Camden. The district is home to some of the most renowned public houses in the city. It is also the location of the Lion and Unicorn Theatre, which stages classical and contemporary plays. The playhouse has a maximum…

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The Right Way to Move Art

People who move a lot rarely have big and expensive pieces of art at home. The reason for this is quite simple and clear – transporting paintings, sculptures and pictures of artistic quality can be a real pain. If you are moving homes in the near future and you would like to protect your valuable art collection from damage during transportation, there are some of the most common tips that you can come across, gathered in one place. Money should…

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The interesting places in Bexley

Bexley is a London borough that lies in the easternmost parts of the English capital. It was formed in 1965 and spans over an area of 23.38 square miles. The borough has an estimate population of 245.000 people and a density rate of 10.000 people per square mile. The area lies in the DA and SE postcode districts. It is home to numerous well-known neighbourhood as well as internationally famous buildings, parklands, entertainment venues, educational facilities and monuments. Colyers a…

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Moving to a new house – things to be excited about

The popular notion is that moving homes is one of the most stressful things that a person can do with their life. While this is definitely not far away from the truth – at least not as far away as many of us would prefer it – there are many things that a potential domestic removal, when done properly can contribute to enriching your life, making it better and much more enjoyable. Why is moving homes so stressful? There are…

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Moving Gym Equipment – Tricky but not Impossible

Nowadays, staying in shape has turned into something like an obsession. That is why many people have exercise equipment or even an entire gym in their homes. It is only when they decide to move house when exercise maniacs realise that the real workout is yet to begin. The trouble with moving exercise equipment is that many gym machines are: Very heavy Not foldable Hard to lift But just like every problem, this one also has a solution. Clean it…

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