Removals Winchester - Moving to Winchester
Winchester - the home of King Arthur, The Round Table and one of the most beautiful cathedrals in England.
If you are about to move to Winchester then you should ensure that your belongings receive the special care they deserve whilst in transit.
Why pay a fortune for removals when you can hire Shift It removals Winchester and make
your moving day as easy as possible without breaking the bank?
For an hourly rate or for a fixed price, whichever you choose,
Shift It Removals Winchester
should be your first point of contact.
Shift It Removals offers a professional and courteous removals Winchester service
and are ideally located to service all of your man and van requirements.
From single items locally, getting your sons or daughters off to University or moving your
whole house from far away to Winchester, Shift It Removals Winchester
are able to provide the trusted, caring service you deserve.
Contact Royal Mail well before moving day and ask for your post to be redirected to your new address.
Do an 'I have moved' template ready to send to everyone - do it before you leave and print out a number of copies.
This will make life so much easier in your new home.
Remember to inform your gas and electricity, water, sewage and phone companies well ahead of time. Many need
time to connect you at the other end!
Remember to make prior arrangements for your pets. It is possible that they will be upset because
they will not understand what is happening so it is possibly best to have a friend or relative take care of them for the day.
Choose a reliable, insured removal company. It is best to have one that other people have recommended and you can read testimonials for
removals Winchester on their website.
Ensure that you have enough boxes, tape and marker pens. Contact Shift It Removals Winchester for supplies.
It is far better to tightly pack boxes filling any gaps with paper or cardboard. Your boxes then won't
collapse when other boxes are placed on top.
Pack the majority of your boxes well in advance and mark the content on each box and a separate list.
You will then only have your necessities to pack just before removals day.
Leave a box open with a kettle, cups and tea/coffee plus a torch and a loo roll. This will come in useful both in the house you are moving from
and in the house you are moving to before you unpack.
Read the meters just before you leave and make sure windows and doors are secure.
University of Winchester
Winchester City Council