Professional Backloading Interstate Removalists & Removals https://www.interstateremovals.com.au Sun, 16 Dec 2018 23:15:55 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://www.interstateremovals.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/cropped-icon-32x32.png Professional Backloading Interstate Removalists & Removals https://www.interstateremovals.com.au 32 32 How to move with elderly folks https://www.interstateremovals.com.au/news/how-to-move-with-elderly-folks/ https://www.interstateremovals.com.au/news/how-to-move-with-elderly-folks/#respond Sun, 16 Dec 2018 23:15:55 +0000 https://www.interstateremovals.com.au/?p=4247 If you’re like most people helping older adults move, it can be physically and emotionally tough for everyone, especially the elderly. Moving across states and time zones is no different. Follow the road to a positive relocation process for you and your senior friend or relative by following these five tips. Tip 1: Resist criticizing. […]

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If you’re like most people helping older adults move, it can be physically and emotionally tough for everyone, especially the elderly.

Moving across states and time zones is no different.

Follow the road to a positive relocation process for you and your senior friend or relative by following these five tips.

Tip 1:

Resist criticizing. Their housekeeping might not be up to your standard. Try and remember they don’t have your eyesight let alone your stamina.

Listen to them reminisce. Understand there may be some emotional attachment to their possessions. It’s an important part of the process.

Tip 2:

Avoid moving with too much stuff. If possible, take your elderly loved one to their new place to get a better understanding of its size.

Keeping things as simple as possible – like moving less items – is a good start. It will help the transition better.

Tip 3:

Evaluate items into six piles. If you choose to help your elderly loved one pack away their things, divying things into these piles will again make the move easier:

– the new home
– storage
– donation
– selling
– throwing away
– to keep in the family.

Tip 4:

Make the new place feel just like home, by replicating its smallest details.

Take pictures of the way your elderly person displayed their photos before so that you can set it up at the new place just like it’s always been. This simple act can go a long way to easing them into their new surrounds.

Tip 5:

If letting go of certain possessions is causing tension between you and your elderly person, your patience will pay off. Move first, store what’s needed, and purge later.

Interstate Removals are organizational professionals in assisting older adults and their families relocate stress-free. Contact our friendly team today for a quote on your next move.

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Moving your pet doesn’t have to be daunting. You can move your four-legged friend safely and confidently.

Here are five ways to help your pet do better after a big move.

The scent of a pet parent

Animals naturally rely on smell to confirm how they are feeling about a new environment. Scents can calm a scared or anxious animal companion.

Spray your perfume or aftershave on your pet’s favourite blanket or toy a few weeks before you move and then spray around the rooms of your new digs before your pet turns up.

Create your cat a third space

Create a haven, a quiet room empty except for your pet, their food, water, and bedding.

Keeping your cat relaxed while you unpack, let’s you do so without worry or distraction.

How to avoid medicating your pet

Recreating their usual surroundings at your new place, using familiar toys and bedding lessens the strangeness they may be experiencing.

Alleviating their anxiety naturally reduces the need to medicate them. That’s a cost you can do without.

Love them unconditionally

Check on your pets regularly to help them feel secure.

Make time for exercise and bonding and feed and walk them at their usual time if possible particularly during the settling in period.

Patient pets prefer routine

Also, remember that it isn’t unusual to see a change in your pet, after experiencing moving house mania. Upheaval can cause anxiety and bad behaviour in the way your furry family member;

– eats
– goes to the bathroom
– barks
– paces
– and protects themselves.

In time your pet will adjust to its new surroundings.

Link to a local vet if, past the settling-in phase, your pet’s problems persist.

All in all, remaining confident, calm and consistent will ensure your pet adjusts to your new home in no time!

Call Interstate Removals and we’ll help your pet a first-class moving experience.

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When you’re faced with moving house, if you’re like most Australians you’re more likely to live with a dog and/or cat than with a child.

Naturally, moving your loved one without any drama would be any self-respecting pet parent’s top priority.

The good news is at Interstate Removals we believe moving with pets should be a positive experience for everyone.

Here are three tips for moving your pet companions hassle free.

Prior preparation prevents stressed pets

Pet travel

Unexpected activity, leading up to during and directly after a move, is challenging for both humans and pets.

Pets are likely to sense your anxiousness and go out in sympathy.

If you can’t leave your dog, cat or lizard alone while packing, keep Fido at your friends or kennel.

Are you going to drive or fly your pet to your new destination?

You will find you’ll need a month if longer to arrange the safe transportation of your companion animal.

Drive your pet to your new home yourself. It can be reassuring for both of you. You will be rewarded for having slowly introduced your pet to car travel. Having taken your pet to different destinations in the past, other than the vet, for instance, will make him/her more positive about going for a ride.

Sensory overload doesn’t sit well with some animals.

Throwing a blanket over their carrier in the car can lessen journey anxiety, and the inevitable scenery and smell change.

If they are travelling at 40,000 feet, it’s a good idea to make sure their container is the right size.

Send along a chew toy in the container to lessen pressure build up in their ears.

Give them plenty of water and exercise before, but don’t feed them for a least six hours before the flight.

What to ask your vet before you move your pet

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Do you know any good vets in the new neighbourhood?

Ask your vet for a referral.

What health documents and records does your pet need to take with them?

A vet must inspect your pet and issue a health certificate before being accepted for carriage by most airlines (check Qantas’ guidelines as an example.

Is your furbaby less ‘baby’ and more geriatric these days?

Your pet may need a blood test or a health check.

Are they anxious travellers?

Your vet can prescribe medication or a Thunder shirt to lessen their anxiety.

Interstate Removals can put your worries at ease if you choose to travel with pets. Get in touch with us today.

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Tools of the trade: our trucks https://www.interstateremovals.com.au/news/removal-truck-for-interstate-move/ https://www.interstateremovals.com.au/news/removal-truck-for-interstate-move/#respond Fri, 02 Nov 2018 02:19:50 +0000 https://www.interstateremovals.com.au/?p=4214 Moving interstate can mean a lot of furniture, valuables, TVs, beds and plenty of boxes. Here’s one of our big boys getting set for a long-haul move.

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Moving interstate can mean a lot of furniture, valuables, TVs, beds and plenty of boxes. Here’s one of our big boys getting set for a long-haul move.

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Moving interstate can mean a lot of furniture, valuables, TVs, beds and plenty of boxes. Here's one of our big boys getting set for a long-haul move.

Posted by Interstate Removals on Wednesday, October 31, 2018

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Moving precious items: our tips for using the right boxes https://www.interstateremovals.com.au/news/moving-precious-goods-packing-tips-when-moving-interstate/ https://www.interstateremovals.com.au/news/moving-precious-goods-packing-tips-when-moving-interstate/#respond Sat, 27 Oct 2018 07:21:06 +0000 https://www.interstateremovals.com.au/?p=4194 We all want to look our sharpest during racing season. The Spring Racing Carnival is a time for high fashion and breaking out into our finery. But if you are moving house, the thought of packing up your best suits, dresses and jewellery in boxes isn’t a pleasant one. Making sure you keep your best […]

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We all want to look our sharpest during racing season.

The Spring Racing Carnival is a time for high fashion and breaking out into our finery.

But if you are moving house, the thought of packing up your best suits, dresses and jewellery in boxes isn’t a pleasant one.

Making sure you keep your best clothes in good condition is important. And just because we are moving house doesn’t mean our nice evening wear has to get crumpled or damaged.

With this in mind, here are our top three tips about how to move your precious items next time you move home.

Hang clothes in wardrobe boxes

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Wardrobe box from U-Haul.

Did you know you can use boxes that are designed to replicate your wardrobe?

These special long boxes even have a place to hang your coat hangers off. Think of all your freshly ironed shirts. Or perhaps your business attire.

Using one of these means saving a trip to the dry cleaners when you arrive at your new house. They can also protect your clothes from dirt and dust.

Try Kennards for good quality moving boxes.

Wrap your clothes

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Vacuum storage bag from Bunnings.

Depending on your time, or if you don’t want to buy boxes, there are a few options to make sure your precious clothes don’t get crumpled too.

Vacuum seal bags are a fantastic (and cost-effective) way of keeping your clothes together.

You could also use garbage bags (cut a hole in the top for the hanger) too if you are on a budget, or try plastic or sheets.

Keep your valuables in small boxes

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If you’ve spent time amassing a large jewellery or makeup collection, these can be difficult to transport effectively.

Our first tip is to keep your jewellery and small items in separate boxes – don’t mix these up.

You could use tape to ensure your smaller goods are kept together.

Wrap them with a sheet, towel, or invest in a double layered box like this one from Storage King.

Have fun this racing season. And hopefully, these tips will help you move easier on your way to the races.

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Your moving checklist: preparing before and on moving day https://www.interstateremovals.com.au/news/moving-checklist/ https://www.interstateremovals.com.au/news/moving-checklist/#respond Fri, 19 Oct 2018 01:41:22 +0000 https://www.interstateremovals.com.au/?p=4185 It’s finally time to move! There’s so much to think about and organise. Boxes. Labelling. Organising kids. Getting them ready. And then there are your things too. But don’t despair. The team at Interstate Removals have years of experience helping people and families move across Australia. And due to popular demand, here is our moving […]

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It’s finally time to move!

There’s so much to think about and organise. Boxes. Labelling. Organising kids. Getting them ready. And then there are your things too.

But don’t despair.

The team at Interstate Removals have years of experience helping people and families move across Australia.

And due to popular demand, here is our moving checklist for both a) the day before the move, and b) moving day itself.

We guarantee it will save you time, money and give peace of mind.


Ready?

Checklist: Moving eve

– Unplug the fridge 24 hours before the move
– Remove food from fridge and freezer, defrost and clean interior
– Dismantle all items where possible
– Tape down all draws so they don’t open during uplift
– Cancel all utilities including water, telephone, rubbish removal, gas and electrical, internet/Foxtel. Have your meters read.

Okay. You’ve made it through the day before the move. Now, onto the big day. Follow these simple steps to make moving a breeze.

Checklist: Moving day

– Carry all valuables with you (for example jewellery, cash, medications
– Lock all doors and windows
– Check lights and taps are turned off
– Do a walk around each room, open all cupboards and check shelves
– Leave keys/garage door openers in one place
– Don’t forget your pets!

Click here to download a printable copy of your moving day checklists.

And if you’re planning a move between Australian states, then contact Interstate Removals. We’ll make your moving experience a fun and reliable one!

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Removals Packaging and Unpacking Strategically https://www.interstateremovals.com.au/news/removals-packaging-and-unpacking-strategically/ https://www.interstateremovals.com.au/news/removals-packaging-and-unpacking-strategically/#respond Wed, 11 Jul 2018 11:10:18 +0000 https://www.interstateremovals.com.au/?p=4160 In earlier articles we’ve provided tips on how to spend your first night in your new house, but now we’d like to share some strategic packing and unpacking tips to help make your big move less stressful. First night essentials – general Your first night essentials boxes should of course contain all the general things […]

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In earlier articles we’ve provided tips on how to spend your first night in your new house, but now we’d like to share some strategic packing and unpacking tips to help make your big move less stressful.

First night essentials – general

Your first night essentials boxes should of course contain all the general things like towels and toiletries, bedding linen and pillows (be sure to pack the most comfortable ones!), kitchen appliances, and some crockery and cutlery. You probably won’t really feel like cooking a three-course meal on your first night, but even sharing a takeaway at your dining table will help make your new house start to feel like a home.

And, of course, don’t forget the coffee or tea pot so you can start the next morning on the right foot.

First night essentials – personal

It is also a good idea to have a small box of personal essentials for each person. This box should contain just a few things that are precious for that person, or that will help them feel at home. Items don’t need to be valuable, just anything that makes that person’s room or personal space feel more like home. It may be a favourite book, blanket, toy, framed photo, or nightlight.

If they are physically able to, let each individual pack their own box. This is particularly important for children and elderly people who may be feeling they are just being bundled up with the rest of the furniture and being shipped interstate.

First week essentials

These are the things that you will need access to in your first week – think: laundry, home entertainment, home office, kitchen, school, work. You need to be able to prepare healthy meals, wear clean clothes, and relax with a good movie after a hard day at your new job.

Try to pack these items together, clearly label your boxes, and unpack them first.

Transforming your new house in to your new home is about feeling at ease there and not tripping over half-full boxes and packing materials as you search for something that isn’t where it should be.

Tip:  Pack all power and connecting cables with their respective electrical appliances.

The remaining boxes

These are the boxes that, if left unattended, will potentially remain unattended for years, with family members occasionally rummaging through them for a particular item. This is a particularly dangerous scenario if you have a spare room or large shed!

Now you need some discipline to deal with the remaining boxes.  Set yourself a goal of one box each evening, or six boxes over a weekend; or just bite the bullet and dedicate one whole weekend for the remaining boxes.

Deal with each box individually and completely. You should know what is in the box, because you clearly labelled it when you packed it! Every item in the box should have a new home in your new home before you start on another box. If you don’t know where an item should go, perhaps you should have left it at your old home, given it to charity, or sold it on Gumtree.

 

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Backloading Interstate Removals to Brisbane https://www.interstateremovals.com.au/news/backloading-interstate-removals-to-brisbane/ https://www.interstateremovals.com.au/news/backloading-interstate-removals-to-brisbane/#comments Thu, 03 May 2018 06:57:03 +0000 https://www.interstateremovals.com.au/?p=4147 Backloading Interstate Removals to Brisbane If you are moving to Brisbane, you really should consider backloading. Interstate Removals now offers Backloading to backloading between every capital city in Australia. Read on for three reasons how and why backloading may work for you if you are moving to Brisbane…or anywhere else in Australia.   Save yourself […]

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Backloading Interstate Removals to Brisbane

If you are moving to Brisbane, you really should consider backloading. Interstate Removals now offers Backloading to backloading between every capital city in Australia. Read on for three reasons how and why backloading may work for you if you are moving to Brisbane…or anywhere else in Australia.

 

Save yourself some money

Not only is moving interstate stressful, it can be expensive. By opting to backload at least some of your belongings, you not only pay just for the space you use, but you will probably be offered a cheaper rate because companies don’t want their trucks on the road empty or partially filled.

Our security cleared drivers still treat your belongings with the same care they normally would, and loads are carefully separated to prevent mix ups with other loads.

Save yourself some time and stress.

If you pack and plan strategically, you may be able to relieve some of the pressure of unpacking all your belongings at once or living amongst a jumble of half-empty boxes and wrapping materials.

For example, the beautiful climate in Brisbane means you may not need your winter woollies and heavy blankets and doonas as soon as you arrive from interstate.

Why not pack these things in separate boxes and ask your friends or relatives if you can store them at their house until a backload becomes available?

Obviously you don’t want to take advantage of your loved one’s generosity, but if they are willing to store your furniture and/or boxes for a couple of weeks, and you can wait a couple of weeks for the remainder of your belongings to be delivered, you could save yourself considerable time and stress.

Save the environment

There are economic reasons for both you and your removalist company to consider backloading.  And there are environmental reasons.

It just doesn’t make sense to have empty trucks on the road, especially when driving long distances interstate.

Not only is it bad business, it is bad for the environment.

One of the disadvantages of backloading is that delivery dates are only estimates as the truck must do the other deliveries as well as yours. But isn’t that really a minor inconvenience for the benefit of saving a few dollars and ensuring there is a fully laden truck on the road?

You already have all your essentials with you, so why not call us on 1300 299 969 or (03) 9311 0475 to discuss your backloading options for those items that you can live without for a little while.

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Sunshine Coast to Melbourne Removalists? https://www.interstateremovals.com.au/news/sunshine-coast-to-melbourne-removalists/ https://www.interstateremovals.com.au/news/sunshine-coast-to-melbourne-removalists/#comments Wed, 28 Jun 2017 21:45:10 +0000 https://www.interstateremovals.com.au/?p=4064 Guide to moving your home office Part 2. Welcome to Interstate Removals Guide to moving your home office Part 2. Are you looking for Sunshine Coast to Melbourne removalists? You’ve come to the right place! With over ten years in the removals industry, Interstate Removals have built a reputation as the best in business! We […]

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Guide to moving your home office Part 2.

Welcome to Interstate Removals Guide to moving your home office Part 2. Are you looking for Sunshine Coast to Melbourne removalists? You’ve come to the right place! With over ten years in the removals industry, Interstate Removals have built a reputation as the best in business! We specialise in every type of move. From small moves, to large moves, to backloading, we can do it all! So, wherever you are moving, whether its from the Sunshine Coast to Melbourne, from the Gold Coast to Adelaide, from Brisbane to Hobart, or anywhere in between, we can get your belongings there safely. Here is Part 2. of our guide to moving your home office:

 

Take care of your items

By this stage you should have created a moving plan, organised your items, and de-cluttered your office. Always keep in mind, the less you move, the cheaper the move will be! If you have a lot of books in your office, it is time to do some serious culling! Books are heavy and can be difficult to move, go through your books and put aside any copies that you know you won’t use again. These can be donated to your local library or Op-shop. When it comes to getting rid of documents that you have decided are no longer important, it’s best to destroy them. If they are confidential, use a paper shredder to ensure nobody can access your personal information and business files. Recycle as much as possible!

 

Back up everything!

This is possibly the most important step of your home office moving process! Backup all important work files and documents. Computers are temperamental and paper is easily damaged. Digitise everything and make multiple copies by putting them on different hard-drives or USBs. If you don’t have time to digitise your files, we recommend keeping those documents on you at all times.

 

Packing time

Once you’ve taken the time to back up all of your important documents, you can get started on packing! Ensure you have the necessary packing materials for all of your office items, including boxes, tape, scissors, and a marker pen. Try to pack computers, scanners, and any other electrical equipment in their original packaging and ensure fragile items are wrapped carefully. Label each box clearly! Finally, it’s time for your office furniture! Decide what you will bring and what you will leave behind. In some cases, it may be cheaper to sell or give away your current furniture and buy new items at your destination!

 

Ready to move your home office? Need to find Sunshine Coast to Melbourne removalists? We’ve got your back! Click here for a fast and accurate quote for your big or small move. Have other enquiries? Call 1300 299 969 to chat to one of our lovely staff about your home office move!

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Guide to moving your home office Part 1.

Do you work from home? Lucky you! Unlike most people in the workforce, you get to avoid the long commute to work, public transport, and pesky office co-workers; however, there is one big downside to having a home office! What is it? Moving! If you have to relocate, you need to organise it all yourself! Don’t panic, while there is quite a lot to organise, it is definitely manageable if you prepare early. Are you looking for Sunshine Coast to Melbourne backloading? No worries! Interstate Removals specialise in all sorts of moves! From 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 bedroom moves, to moving your home office! From moving apartments, or just moving a few boxes, we’ve got it covered. With over ten years in the removals industry, we have the experience, the equipment, and the skills to get you moved safely, quickly, and cheaply! Here is Part 1 of our guide to moving your home office:

 

Start with a plan

Before you frantically start packing or renting removals trucks, you are going to need to come up with a moving plan. By coming up with a solid plan early, you will make your relocation process easier in the long-run. Before you start packing up your office things, create a moving checklist and inventory of all items that need to be relocated. Helpful moving apps are now available for both iPhone and for Android. Once you have a list of items that need moving, you can start planning the move itself. Even if your move is small, we recommend hiring professional removalists. After all, your home business items are your livelihood and need to be transported in the safest way possible.

 

Get your priorities right

By this stage, you should now have a moving checklist either on paper, your computer, or on a moving App on one of your devices. Now that you have this ready, it’s time to begin sorting and organising your items. Remember, the less you move the easier and cheaper your relocation will be. Try to de-clutter you office as much as possible. Often filing cabinets become cluttered with files that are no-longer relevant, or that you have already digitised. Even if you are keeping your original files, it is always a good idea to digitise them as well, just incase damage occurs during the move. Moving is a great opportunity to clean out your filing cabinets and create more storage room.

 

Moving you home office interstate? Need to find Sunshine Coast to Melbourne backloading? We’ve got you covered! Click here for a fast and accurate quote for your big or small move. Have other enquiries? Call our North Sunshine office on 1300 299 969 to chat to one of our friendly staff about relocating your home office.

 

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