Money-Saving Home Moving Tips

Posted on January 12, 2017 by Thomas Firbank Removals
Money-Saving Moving Tips

It’s not only in the capital, where the figure sometimes reaches £10,000, that the cost of moving can seem daunting. Removals in Bath can be costly too, especially if you’re moving from far away and have high estate agent fees. But at almost every juncture, there are things you can do to keep the money from haemorrhaging, stemming the flow here and there and even making money back. Here are some of our pointers for keeping within budget when you’re on the move.

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Firbanks – Hacks for A Better House-Move (Part 1)

Posted on November 25, 2016 by Thomas Firbank Removals
Moving House

It’s hard to find anyone prepared to tell you that moving house is easy. In fact, you’re more likely to be confronted by doom-mongers, filling your head with worst-case scenarios, misgivings and horror stories. In no time at all, you can go from calm and collected to frazzled and frightened. This is particularly the case if you’ve had a bad experience in the past or it’s your first big move. But, in fact, we’ve seen countless examples of straightforward, low-stress moves, so we know that it’s more than just a dim, distant possibility. And it doesn’t have to come down to anything as precarious as sheer good luck; there are plenty of things you can do at any stage of a move to keep things calm and on track. Here are just a few of the ideas we’ve collected over the years to help our customers manage their move successfully:
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Hire a van or use a removals company?

Posted on July 8, 2016 by Thomas Firbank Removals

It’s not the easiest of decisions but it’s one that will inevitably face us all at one time or another – maybe even multiple times. Your move is heaving into view, getting nearer with each passing day, and sooner or later you must choose – do you hire a removals company (and if so, which one?) or do you take matters into your own hands, hire a van, and be your own one-man removals company? Decision, decisions. You dither for another day or so but you’re going to have to come down on one side or another eventually. There are one of two things to take into account when weighing up the two options, so here we’ve helpfully pulled three of them together to help you make your mind up.
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