The current, unprecedented situation, with citizens around the world confined to their homes and all non-essential business being kept to a minimum, has cast the job of removals in a new light – one that demonstrates just how vital it is, how essential it is, and how it often constitutes an emergency. Not only do we often move people who are in compelling emotional circumstances – including Parkinson’s sufferers – we also help people on the frontline in the fight against coronavirus. Read more…
“The housing market was effectively suspended by the government last night in an unprecedented move as the sector was plunged into chaos by the coronavirus outbreak.
Banks struggling with the volume of customer inquiries, difficulties with valuations and legal uncertainty has led ministers to call on people to delay moving.
Finance has dried up with mortgage providers ceasing to offer many new home loans. They include Lloyds, which owns the Halifax and Bank of Scotland and is the largest player in the market, and Barclays.”
Every year, thousands of people make the decision to leave London behind in search of a better quality of life. For many people, the hustle and bustle of life in the capital becomes too much. And with the cost of living rising every year, it makes sense to find somewhere that combines good value for money with lots of scenic views.
That’s why a large percentage of former Londoners choose Bath and other places in Somerset as their new home. What’s the best option for people who are relocating from London to Bath this year?
If you’re thinking of moving to a smaller property, it might present you with a tricky dilemma when it comes to finding space for your furniture and appliances. Most people accumulate more possessions throughout the years, and it’s rare to find someone that regularly declutters. This might cause you more than a headache or two if this applies to your current situation, which can become stressful.
What options are there for people who are downsizing but want to keep their belongings?
A lot of people dream of one day leaving their mundane day job and starting their own business from scratch. However, not many take the next step and dive into the unknown waters of running a small business or start-up enterprise. When it comes to starting a new company, we all need a helping hand and Aussie are champions of the local business community.
We’re here to help and this is some of our top tips for starting your own business in Bath.
If you’re looking at ways to create space at home, using container storage is an excellent way for people to safeguard their possessions for long-term periods. Additionally, container storage is an affordable storage option for both households and businesses alike. However, this doesn’t mean you should quickly pack everything up in boxes and put into a storage unit.
Is there a certain way to prepare things for long-term storage?
Now that the festive period out of the way you might have lots of clearing up waiting for you this week. There’s no better way to start 2020 with a clean slate and a tidy house or flat. The question is – how should you begin you unenviable cleaning up and organisation of your home?
Every year, tens of thousands of people leave London, looking for a better quality of life and possibly a more tranquil setting. For many former Londoners, they outgrow the capital. That might be down to how busy life can get there and the higher prices can become a drain. And like many before them, they choose Bath and other places in Somerset as their new home.
What’s the best option when relocating from London to Bath?
Organising any relocation takes a lot of planning while you also have to look after the family and pets at home and keep the boss happy. At times, even people who book their removal service well in advance find themselves in an awkward position which requires urgent action. One of the common issues is the moving company phone the day before to try and reschedule when you must move out of your current home. Sometimes, they don’t turn up on the moving day!
As many home and business owners will agree, finding suitable storage space at home or work can be tricky. We tend to fill up any areas that aren’t in use with furniture, appliances or boxes. This doesn’t happen straight away and is usually a gradual decrease in available space. That’s why many people choose to rent a storage unit with Aussie Man & Van. They want to stop overcrowding their home or workspace with things.
Aussie works with hundreds of people and businesses that use our storage services in Bath every week, and we have customers from all over Somerset. Everyone has different storage needs, but we believe that anyone can benefit from using us for storage. With that in mind, here are some examples of why people use container and self storage in Bath.