Working from home isn’t a new thing. Self-employed people have done it for many years, helping them avoid unnecessary costs for renting an office. The lockdown changed everything, and many business owners were forced to think on their feet to survive. That’s why lots of people are taking advantage of remote working with some surprising additional benefits.
If you’re planning to relocate this year, you will no doubt have lots to consider before the big moving day arrives. Finding the perfect home in your new location is just one of many things on your ‘to-do’ list, with more added every day. That’s why it’s always a good idea to do plenty of preparation. But is there a best time of year to move?
Have you looked on longingly as friends of yours leave major urban centres, such as London, and join the covid exodus to the countryside, smaller cities, towns and villages? You’re not alone. The series of lockdowns has made a lot of us reconsider our living spaces and suddenly all the positives of living in the capital (or similar) have turned into drawbacks. The lure of smaller cities has become more and more pronounced with Bath, and its beautiful Georgian architecture, foremost among them. Bath has the benefits of a smaller city, because of it’s a manageable size, but a lot of the advantages of a bit city – it’s cosmopolitan, full of life, and rich in culture. It also has a excellent reputation for its schools. But, as with any move, there’s a number of considerations to work through before you take the plunge.
Christmas is fast approaching, and you might be looking around your home, wondering where you’ll find extra space before the holidays start. Whether you’re hosting or joining a bubble with other families, there’s plenty of good reasons to get rid of things you no longer use. Is it too late to start organising your home and decluttering?
With a new lockdown now in place there are still lots of questions which require some answers or clarification. Amidst the confusion, people might be worried about an upcoming relocation they’re busy preparing for. Will the lockdown affect, postpone or cancel moves in Bath?
Self storage has been helping people and businesses for decades to protect their possessions and goods from damage or theft. While industry changes and adapts, the simple benefits of using storage remain the foundation of what we do at Thomas Firbank. Ultimately, storage represents a secure way to safeguard your belongings from avoidable problems.
The Thomas Firbank team knows from experience that self storage gives people the upper hand in numerous situations. In this blog, we’ll discuss them in detail with an additional focus on how to prepare everything before they enter your storage unit.
THE brand new, state of the art Tolworth depot for The Master Removers Group was all-singing, all-dancing recently when it was chosen by country-pop duo Ward Thomas as the backdrop to their latest music video.
The first thing the Thomas Firbank team would like to do is congratulate everyone who worked hard to achieve their A-level results. It’s a strange time to be a student now, but there’s plenty to look forward to if you’re going to study in Bath. The city is very student-friendly, with lots of places to enjoy your spare time while you take a break from studying.
Thomas Firbank has an affordable range of services which includes student removals and storage packages. We have specific health and safety protocols in place to ensure your relocation is completely safe.
While it might take some motivation to start, a thorough, top-to-bottom house clean makes a massive difference to how we feel about our home. This also works the other way around, where a messy house or apartment puts a dent in our mood when we walk in the front door. However, it’s not just a case of how we respond to cleanliness. The Covid-19 pandemic also brings new questions around regularly cleaning to avoid health issues.
Thomas Firbank is always on the look for new ways to help our customers and followers. This blog is for people who want a clean home, where you won’t have to worry about any coronaviruses and other contaminants remaining on surfaces.
As we move further into the next phase of the Covid-19 lockdown, there are lots of predictions and forecasts on the pandemic’s impact on the economy. While it’s still early days and lots of business sectors need time to get going again, the housing market is leading the way towards a positive fiscal stimulus. That doesn’t mean it’s all good news – prices are falling, and it will still take more time to see something akin to a recovery.
The Thomas Firbank team are here to share any useful pieces of information with our customers and followers. For anyone who’s planning a relocation to or from Bath, we hope this blog will provide you with some relevant information.