Archive for the ‘Other Moving Posts’ Category
April 23rd, 2021
Without sounding too negative, moving your home or boiler can be a difficult and stressful task, especially to a new build. Maybe you want to sell and take belongings with you? But you can make it a lot easier by considering the factors that affect how easy or difficult it is for trained professionals to move your boiler.
So, below ...
January 10th, 2019
Buying a new mattress is a great idea for the quality of your sleep and your overall health, but that doesn’t mean that it’s an easy task to undertake.
There are plenty of tools online that can help you find the best mattress for your needs, but there are fewer resources explaining how to move your old mattress ...
September 7th, 2016
Ever wondered why does it rain so much in England and in London in particular? Well, myth busted – it doesn’t. It’s a popular belief that London is a city constantly troubled by rain, storms and God knows what else. Through the power of meteorology and statistics we – the Best Move squad show you just ...
June 1st, 2016
At first, you really liked your small and cosy home. It had everything you liked – a sizeable living room and kitchen, an even bigger bedroom, and a romantic, calming seaside view. But as your happy family quickly grew in numbers, you couldn’t shake the feeling that all the walls were closing in on you. But should you stay ...
January 26th, 2016
Hampstead and Kilburn within London. Source: Wikipedia
Famous with the fact that it has the largest Irish population of any London area, Kilburn is one of the multi-cultural centres of the capital. It’s located 6 kilometres north-west of Charing Cross and has been an important part of London ever since Roman times.
Area of Kilburn Overview
Most of ...
January 15th, 2016
Area of Dalston Overview
Culture house in Dalston area. Source: Wikipedia
Along with Kingsland, Shacklewell, and Newington, Dalston was one of the small villages within the Parish of Hackney. The first written record that is left is from 1294 where the village’s name is mentioned as Derleston. An interesting fact is that in the 13th century, there was ...
September 10th, 2015
Image source: MyWallArt / Flickr
Every time you move home, you have to start redecorating all over again. While this is not a huge pain, it is something you have to get used doing over again to until you buy your own house. So, what are the tips for decorating your home?
1. Decide on a budget
When you’ve just ...
July 7th, 2015
If you live in London, UK or another multicultural, cosmopolitan city you’re probably paying rent. While this is not necessary a bad thing, it’s very important for tenants to know their rights and responsibilities in order to protect themselves from shady landlords.
You should always remember there may be more than meets the eye when you step foot ...
April 8th, 2015
To Rent or Not to Rent, That Is The Question
There has always been this particular debate among people of all ages: should you buy a home of your own or is it better to live on rent. Frankly there is no straight answer, just numerous shades of gray. So, let’s look at some ups and downs
The advantages ...
February 12th, 2015
A baby ready for the move. Image source: David Goehring / Flickr
Moving house is hard, but nothing is harder than having to tell your son or daughter they’d have to leave their room for reasons only you understand. Watch as how their facial expression changes while the thought of leaving their beloved room sinks in. There is no way ...