Planning Your Interstate Move

19 October 2012
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Planning Your Interstate Move

Planning Your Interstate Move

Planning Your Move

OK So you have decided that you will be moving interstate and dont know where to start

I hope that our website will be of assistance to you, and in some way ease the sometimes stressful situation you now find yourself in.

We have designed this website to assist you in every step of the way in organising your furniture removal.

Enough of the introduction, lets get you ready to move home

Prepare Your Furniture Removal Inventory

Important Moving Tip!!
Sell, give away, dump, anything that you no longer need or want.
During my years as an Interstate removalist, I have lost count of the amount of people who pay for space on vehicles for furniture that they no longer require.
If you no longer need or want these items, now is the perfect time for a clear out.


Now you have decided what you dont want to take with you, you will need to prepare an inventory or list of the items you do want to take. The best way to do this is by walking from room to room entering each item that needs to be taken, this can be either done with a notepad, or better still by doing it live direct onto the website, using a laptop or ipad


If you have entered your furniture and effects, or you are happy just to use a notepad for now, then we are now ready to move onto the next stage of your moving process.

Please follow this link to the next stage How many boxes will I need for my furniture removal?

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Jason Hill

Director at Moving Again
He has been involved in the industry for close to 20 years, starting as an offisder on a local truck, moving on to become driver, then moving to interstate removals a year later. Was DAS accredited many years ago, which means he was qualified to carry out Government moves. Trained at several companies over the years, has seen most things that has given him the experience to asses most removals situations.

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