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Archive for July, 2016

Great Expectations the tale of two sides.

Great Expectations for a Domestic removal?   Expecting the movers to arrive and you have self packed and hired someone to move it all? Whats the best practices and expectations of the customer but also taking into account, surprisingly,  the removal men also have some expectations! Customers expectations for a booked removal is firstly for the movers to turn up on the time agreed, then a vehicle large enough to take the self assessed estimated volume of goods is parked outside capable of  carrying your goods. The man power to do the removal job in a methodical manner without anything…


Removals Edinburgh to Manchester

Is It Time to Move from Edinburgh to Manchester?   On most lists of the biggest and best cities in the UK you will find both Edinburgh and Manchester included. They are both terrific places to live and if your life or career dictates a move from Edinburgh to Manchester then you can look forward to a great time living the North West of England.   This historic city has a strong history and a lot of culture. However, it is also a modern and forward looking city with a diverse jobs market and lots of opportunities for making a…


Hire a man with a van Large van for £40 per hour Edinburgh.

Hire a Man with a van for Hourly rate Edinburgh. Looking to move anything within the Edinburgh area and need a van but can't rent one this service could be of use to you. Hiring a man and van by the hour means you can set a budget and also book slots of time. Nothing makes people work harder than knowing time (MONEY) is ticking, customers always work very hard when they know this and makes things more accurate on volume and details. Moving single items or a small flat removals this is ideal. Fully Equipped Luton van The Luton…


Short notice move Edinburgh to Newcastle

Heading from Edinburgh to Newcastle for a New Life The short distance that exists between Edinburgh and Newcastle means that this is one of the best choices of new home city for anyone leaving the Scottish capital. At a distance of around 120 miles, you can expect to cross the border and reach Newcastle in about 2 and a half hours of driving time. There are also a number of options for an easy train ride down to the Tyneside area. This just leaves you with the matter of your belongings to sort out when you decide to switch the…


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