Moving house Warwickshire | The ultimate guide for house removals in Warwickshire

Moving home can be a real challenge, but with the right guidance and home removal company it doesn’t have to be. Knowing what to do and when to do it can make all the difference when moving home. This is why we have prepared the ultimate guide for your house removals to ensure your move is a success.

If moving from a 2 3 or 4 bedroom house in Warwickshire and your move requires, packing and the removal of heavy boxes and furniture, then it is wise that you hire an experienced house removals company to carry out these tasks.

Find the ultimate guide on the things to remember for your house removals when moving home in Warwickshire

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Things to do before the run up to your house removal day

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If doing your own home packing and you have not already started, then 4 weeks before the move is the perfect time to start. Dont, rush the packing, pack just a few boxes a day and be sure they are labeled and secured using strong moving tape. Aim to have all items, belongings and furniture wrapped, packed and prepared for when the movers arrive. Alternatively you can hire a full or part packing service by your chosen house removal companies.

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Change Of Address

Unfortunately identity fraud is becoming a more common crime within the UK. This is why is it is vitally important that home movers change the address and details using the Royal Mail. This will ensure once you have left your old home, none of your mail will be going the that address any more. Instead it will be redirected to your new home this can be achieved a week or two before you actually move in.

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Notify Service Providers

The last thing you need is to move into your new home with no electricity, heating or tv. Contacting your current service providers British Gas, EON or Sky. Notify your service providers several weeks before your move. Let them know of your moving circumstances and change of address, this will ensure your connections are all up and running by the time you step foot into your new home.

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Notify Dvla

It is a criminal offence in the UK not to notify DVLA of the address of where a car or vehicle is registered. Change of address on your driving licence with DVLA can be done online, using a Government Gateway User ID and by filling in the new address details on the V5C (log book) or via telephone.

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