What to Do Before Restumping Your House

If your house uses stumps as footing systems (vertical supports) for transferring building loads to its foundation, it may need to be restumped at some point in the future. Also referred to as house reblocking, house restumping is when a house is jacked up and the existing stumps are removed and replaced with new ones. A house can be restumped either partially or fully. A partial restumping is required in situations where not all existing stumps of a house require replacement. Read More 

4 Benefits of Hiring Removalists When You Move in Hot Weather

If you are planning a move during the summer, then you'll face some unique challenges brought about by the hot weather. Moving house is already a stressful experience. But when you move in hot weather and aren't fully prepared, things can get sticky. Fortunately, removalists have experience helping movers in all types of weather. So, if you plan to move during the summer, it might be a good idea to hire a furniture removals service to help you overcome the challenges of moving in hot weather. Read More 

Your Checklist for Moving Day

Everyone knows that no matter how exciting the prospect of moving into your new home may be, it is a stressful time. Not only are there some emotions to overcome, but there are also a million things to do – often at the last moment. Therefore, the best thing you can do is prepare as much as you can in advance. The first step should be to find a professional moving team you can rely on. Read More