Moving house is stressful without having to worry about bad weather. But, sometimes, things just don’t go your way. You’ve prepared yourself three months priorly, checked all important tasks on the checklist and everything seems in working order, ready for the big day. Until the weather forecast decides to play a trick on you on this exact day. You can’t change the day of your move, especially if you’ve booked moving services. And now you have to deal with moving during rain or snowstorm. (more…)
Moving and packing tips for a swift relocation.
Moving house is a slow process, not to mention stress-inducing. It takes up to three months of preparation (unless you’re aiming for a disaster on moving day). Packing your belongings takes up a lot of time. There are professional services that can do this for you, but if you know how to pack brilliantly, you might not need them. (more…)
The Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom have strong economic relations and share a number of benefits between the population of the two countries. This is all a product of the years of work both sides have put in after the agreement has been signed on The Good Friday 1998. (more…)
Admit it! This year’s glorious British summer has probably encouraged you to buy more gear than you would generally bother to get in past summer seasons. Be it an extra garden seating set for those frequent extended-family barbeque gatherings and an enormous marquee to match, so your guests can sit under and avoid the scorching sun. (more…)