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2 bedrooms up to 7003 ft £534
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Lounge, Dining Room
3 Seater Settee
603 ft
2 Seater Settee
453 ft
 
Armchair
203 ft
 
Rocking chair
203 ft
 
Tub Armchair, Small
153 ft
 
Occasional Chair
103 ft
 
 
Wall Unit
153 ft
China Cabinet, large
353 ft
 
China Cabinet, small
153 ft
 
China Cabinet, medium
253 ft
 
 
Welsh Dresser
503 ft
Sideboard, large
403 ft
 
 
Sideboard, medium
303 ft
Sideboard, small
203 ft
 
Dining Table, large
503 ft
 
 
Dining Table, medium
403 ft
 
Dining Table, small
303 ft
Occasional Table, small
153 ft
 
 
Dining chair
53 ft
Carver
103 ft
 
 
Roll-top Desk, large
303 ft
 
Roll-top Desk, small
203 ft
 
Bureau, large
253 ft
Bureau, small
153 ft
 
 
Bookcase, large
303 ft
 
Bookcase, small
153 ft
 
Bookshelf (per shelf)
23 ft
 
Grandfather Clock
203 ft
 
Chandelier
53 ft
Standard Lamp
83 ft
 
 
 
Carpet, fitted
23 ft
Rug, medium
53 ft
 
Piano, upright
403 ft
 
Piano, Miniature
253 ft
 
Piano, Player
403 ft
 
Piano, Baby Grand
503 ft
 
 
Piano, Boudoir Grand
703 ft
Piano Stool
53 ft
 
Hi-fi system
83 ft
 
Floor Standing Speakers
53 ft
 
 
CD Stand
53 ft
T.V.
103 ft
 
 
Video / DVD Player
23 ft
Nest Tables
103 ft
 
Music Cabinet
153 ft
 
 
Stool
53 ft
 
Mirror
33 ft
Coffee Table
103 ft
 
 
Picture
23 ft
Kitchen
Cooker
183 ft
Microwave
53 ft
 
Freezer, upright
183 ft
 
Freezer, chest
183 ft
 
Fridge Freezer
183 ft
 
Refrigerator, small
123 ft
 
 
Refrigerator, medium
183 ft
Refrigerator, large (American style)
303 ft
 
Washing Machine
303 ft
 
Washer and Dryer
183 ft
 
 
Dryer
183 ft
Vacuum Cleaner
53 ft
 
 
Electric Floor Polisher
123 ft
Dishwasher
183 ft
 
Kitchen Cabinet
403 ft
 
 
Kitchen Table, large
503 ft
 
Kitchen Table, small
303 ft
Kitchen Chair
103 ft
 
 
Baby's High Chair
103 ft
Tea Trolley
103 ft
 
 
Store Cupboard, medium
103 ft
 
Hand Sewing Machine
53 ft
 
Hall Table
103 ft
Hall Stand
153 ft
 
 
Hall chair
153 ft
 
Clothes Horse, 3 fold
53 ft
 
Safe (state make & weight)
103 ft
 
Bedroom
Wardrobe 6' 6" (width)
603 ft
Wardrobe 4' 6" (width)
403 ft
 
Wardrobe 3' 0" (width)
303 ft
 
Wardrobe 2' 6" (width)
253 ft
 
Home Computer
103 ft
 
Dressing Table
253 ft
 
 
Dressing Table
253 ft
Chest of Drawers. Large
253 ft
 
Chest of Drawers, Medium
153 ft
 
Chest of Drawers, Small
103 ft
 
 
Chest of Drawers, Bow fronted
253 ft
Tallboy, normal
503 ft
 
 
Blanket Box
103 ft
Folding Bed
103 ft
 
Sofa Bed
403 ft
 
 
Bedroom Chair
103 ft
 
Cot
253 ft
Bedstead 5’
603 ft
 
 
Bedstead 4’
503 ft
Bedstead 3’
303 ft
 
 
Bunk Beds
503 ft
 
Continental Headboard
103 ft
 
Pedestal Cupboard
103 ft
Childs Folding Cot
103 ft
 
 
Bedside Table
103 ft
 
Box Ottoman
123 ft
 
Linen Basket
53 ft
 
Table Lamp
23 ft
 
Outside effects
Garden Roller
153 ft
Wheelbarrow
203 ft
 
Lawn Mower, normal
123 ft
 
Lawn Mower, ride on
303 ft
 
Barbeque
203 ft
 
Sun, Lounger
53 ft
 
 
Hose and Reel
33 ft
Garden Tool, per tool
13 ft
 
Dustbin, normal
7,53 ft
 
Pair Steps
103 ft
 
 
Garden table
303 ft
Garden Chairs (Stackable)
53 ft
 
 
Outside Effects and Other Items
Pram/Pushchair
123 ft
Extensions Ladder
203 ft
 
Deck Chairs
53 ft
 
Work Bench
73 ft
 
Plant Pots
53 ft
 
Plants
7,53 ft
 
 
Golf Clubs
73 ft
Bicycle
153 ft
 
Boxed Goods
A Carton
43 ft
E Carton
23 ft
 
L Carton
53 ft
 
M Carton
53 ft
 
W Carton
103 ft
 
Trunk
203 ft
 
 
Suitcase
53 ft
Additional items
Folding Chairs
83 ft
Office Desk
13 ft
 
Office Chair
13 ft
 
Kitchen Bin
13 ft
 
Brooms/Mop
23 ft
 
Wine – (box)
63 ft
 
 
Storage Boxes (large plasticg)
203 ft
Storage Boxes (small Plastic)
123 ft
 
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Your Checklist When Moving to a New City

posted: 16/09/2013

If you are moving to a new city and you are looking for some advMoving to Londonice on how to make the move less stressful and more efficient, then you’ve come to the right place. Here is a moving checklist to help you organize your move. Having a list of the moving related tasks will help you stay focused and keep your deadlines.

Explore the new city

It would be great if you can visit the city and stay for a couple of days (at the very least) before making your final decision. Generally, most of the moves to a new city are due to a job offer, better housing, or are family related. In any case, you should research the city well. Maybe it offers a great career opportunity, but what if housing is expensive. You should consider the cost of living, the quality of life, job market and if you have kids, schools. If you haven’t been to the city and do not have friends there, you can start reading the local newspaper or some blogs and forums to learn more about the city.

Find a new home

Once you get to know the city you are moving to, start looking for a place. If you are planning to stay in a hotel and research neighborhoods when you arrive, that may end up not so good for you. You may spend thousands on hotel bills before finding the would-be home. Start looking for a home as soon as possible. Learn as much info as you can about the neighborhoods, rental prices and home values. The official website of the city should help with information about the neighborhoods, and the local real estate websites will help you learn more about the housing market. Once you narrow down to a short list of potential homes, it’ll be much easier to choose the right one when you arrive.

Find Movers

Finding a reliable removals company can be daunting. If a friend or colleague can refer a removals company, that would be great. Reach at least three removals firms. Pay attention to credentials such as membership in reputable industry associations, years of experience and online reputation. In order to receive an accurate moving quote, ask a company representative to visit your home to give you an estimate. Moving estimates over phone or e-mail cannot be as accurate as visual estimates. Ask movers for charges on extra services such as packing and storage.

Transfer utilities and accounts

Moving to a new city means you have to change address and deal with a lot of bureaucracy. You will have to notify the government and non-government institutions, personal service providers as well as all of your relatives and friends. It’s a long list, so start early, do not leave it for the last moment. You will have to cancel all utilities and subscriptions too. In your moving checklist with tasks include all contacts and meetings and make sure you won’t miss any.

Packing your home

You are almost done. All you have to do now is pack your entire home. Pack smart. Leave all expensive and fragile items to the removals company to handle them. Those items can be easily damaged during transport if not packed and loaded properly. Start packing two weeks before the moving day. First, pack the items that you use rarely and do not forget to label the boxes. That will significantly ease the unpacking process. Make an open-first box with essentials you will need immediately after you arrive at the new place.

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