Our primary business is relocating household goods in Morley and the surrounding areas. We typically move 3 bedroom and 4 bedroom homes, but we can also move smaller, larger, and even commercial properties.
Morley removalists will disassemble and reassemble your furniture for you. It is typically necessary to disassemble beds, large dining tables, and other large pieces of furniture. As a result, they are much safer to move. The peace of mind that comes from knowing that we will reassemble your furniture where you want it to be located.
After arriving at the new location with our fully packed truck, we move boxes and items to the best spot for easy unpacking. In order for you to have a stress-free experience, we do everything we can to make it easy for you. Despite doing what we do all day, everyday, we are sure we know what we are doing.
Moving safety during the pandemic It is now 2021 and, unfortunately, Covid's still with us as well. While the vaccine distribution across the globe has a positive outlook, we still need to remain vigilant. We want to make sure the whole process of moving house is as easy as possible, so here is a four step guide to ensure Covid isn't an extra headache. Virtual quotes Virtual quotes are now common among moving companies because they're easy to obtain and don't require an in-home visit. A smart device with video conferencing allows a representative to walk you through your home when you request a virtual quote. Keep a tape measure available for supplying any measurements needed for large pieces of furniture or appliances. Everything we need can be sorted out at the office. Ensure you're informed Each Australian state manages Covid in a different way. If you plan on getting groceries or getting services after your move, make sure you know of any requirements that might affect those services.
You should remember the golden trio Don a mask. Clean your hands. Keep your distance from others. Masks are seldom worn at home, but wearing them when movers arrive to load your stuff on the truck will increase safety for everyone. No matter how clean you think your hands are, wash them often. To avoid drying out your skin, use soap and hot water instead of sanitiser all the time. In the absence of soap, use a sanitiser and moisturise later. Even though there is a feeling of urgency about any move, patience will win the day. The movers should be left to their work. Do not assist them. Keep your distance and give them space.
Make sure your new home is clean before you move in If you're moving into a new home at any time, you should clean it beforehand, but now that Covid is still in the community, it is even more critical. Unless you have the time or do not want to clean your house all by yourself, you might want to hire commercial cleaners. Do the cleaning first, then let the moving truck get to you. Be sure to sterilise every surface and wear gloves while using disinfectant, bleach, or good quality cleaning products.
Maintain your safety and health by following these simple steps.
Packing tips for moving
Use the correct size boxes so you can load the truck more easily and safely. If you need packing boxes, Best Removalists Morley can assist.
Lighter things such as linen and pillows should be placed in larger boxes than heavier items such as books. You will have plenty of room to pack, the box weight will be balanced, and you will have an easier time transporting it.
Fill any empty spaces in boxes with linen or sheets.
Packing each room in its own boxes and marking the boxes with the name of the room, such as "Bedroom 1", is helpful. I found this to be very helpful when unloading and unpacking.
Make sure your boxes are well taped. To strengthen and secure the box, tape all the way around its top and bottom edges, then close the bottom and top seams.
It is recommended to tape an X across the glass when you are moving pictures framed behind glass to make the glass stronger and to hold the picture together. After that, the pictures must be wrapped in bubble wrap and placed in a box. A cardboard can also be placed between each framed piece to provide additional protection.
Placing a piece of packing paper around each item, then wrapping it up, is the best way to pack your crockery (plates, bowls, etc). Use extra paper to further pad out the box after packing plates and dishes on their sides instead of on top.
Quilted furniture pads provide the ideal protection for TVs and computer equipment. To ensure the safe transportation of your fragile equipment, we have all the packing material.