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September 2017

Adding value to your home

By |September 12th, 2017|

A new property tool helping you add value
In a recent article in The Telegraph they announced a new property tool which helps show which home renovations will add the most value to a property, giving homeowners the chance to see whether forking out thousands of pounds for a new garage or loft conversion will pay […]

October 2016

Moving your own home

By |October 7th, 2016|

Top Tips for moving yourself
It’s not an easy decision to move yourself but if you are looking to save money and you are organising a student move or a 1 bedroom flat it might be the route to go. You’ll need some friends to help you moving yourself and here are some tips ensure it […]

September 2016

Cheap moving boxes can still equal quality

By |September 8th, 2016|

Planning on moving house soon?
Need a wide selection of cheap moving boxes. We have a box for every part of your house. Strong storage boxes for those big and bulky items. Book boxes for your more heavy belongings such as books, CD’s and DVD’s. and Wardrobe boxes to keep your clothes dry and clean.

We also […]

August 2016

How could you increase the value of your home

By |August 22nd, 2016|

There are plenty of ways to increase the value of your home, but you might need a few moving boxes whilst you get to work.
 
Utilise your garage
Look at the value of your garage. Are you just using it for storage? Is it full of moving boxes you’ve never unpacked, bikes, gardening equipment and general stuff? […]

June 2016

Moving Home Checklist for those last minute panics

By |June 3rd, 2016|

You’ve exchanged contracts, about to complete. You’re trying to get organised, booking a removals company, packing up your home, sorting paperwork. What have you got left to do? Check out this Moving Home Checklist
 

The Money Savings Expert has put together a guide to the top last ditch questions to ask sellers, moving tips and ways […]

May 2016

The right removal boxes for the job

By |May 8th, 2016|

With all our years of experience here is our advice on ensuring you use the right removal boxes for the job.
It’s all to easy to pop down to your supermarket and pick up some cardboard boxes for packing your personal belongings. But they were not built for the job and in no time you could […]

August 2015

Student rent continues to rise

By |August 25th, 2015|

According to a recent article in The Guardian student rent continues to soar and their living costs are currently outstripping their loans.
In the last 3 years rents have risen by 25%. causing a serious housing issue for students.

This is reaching crisis point now as students rush to sort their accommodation for the next academic year. […]

The fight to save local allotment plots

By |August 11th, 2015|

How local allotments help the community?
Things are changing in the world of allotments. Once they were a place for the older gardener in their retirement now they seem to be increasingly popular with younger couples and families. Still the local authorities threat of closure hang over many of them.
Always looking for more space to build, […]

July 2015

What does the housing market hold for 20 to 39 year olds?

By |July 24th, 2015|

According to a recent article in The Telegraph Property news by journalist Peter Spence most 20 – 39 year olds will be in private rented accommodation by 2025.
All due to the rising house prices young people will be unable to get on the housing market and force them into rented accomodation.

Spence reports that “the total […]

Could this be the end of Bubble Wrap?

By |July 3rd, 2015|

Bubble Wrap without the pop
Sealed Air Corp inventors of Bubble Wrap announced recently that due to a dramatic drop in sales they would be creating a new form of bubble wrap. In other words bubble wrap with out the pop!

According to an article in the Wall Street Journal the company who has been selling Bubble […]