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Storing Clothes tips on how to for 1 month, 6 months or More

Storing Clothes tips on how to for 1 month, 6 months or More

Clear Containers Vaccum Bag Portarobe Clothes Bag Suitcases   Storing clothes and how to do it so they come back to you in the same condition is a question we often get asked. There are pros & cons to all types of storage. The 1st question you need to ask yourself is how long will the clothes be in storage? 1-3 months No need to go overboard with this method any of the above containers will work. The less time in the holding container then the less you need to be concerned about smell, silverfish, moths etc. ALWAYS include a lovely smelling mothball. You can get lavendar mothballs so...

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How to Book Storage on-line

How to Book Storage on-line

http://www.ejshawremovals.com.au/wp-content/uploads/How-to-Book-Online-Tutorial.mp4 Booking Storage on-line couldn’t be any easier. Watch our Online tutorial to learn...

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Little bits & pieces – Storage Tip

Little bits & pieces – Storage Tip

Attaching a Jar underneath a table or under a shelf is a great way to keep those little or not so many items together. Ever lost a lid to the jar you had opened? Well not any more with the great idea for any workshop or craft room. Here’s how to make it happen!: Nail or superglue the lids to the underside of a surface near where you store your tools, then twist the jars into place. Also attach an empty jar so that when you’re working on a project, you can gather the necessary hardware and stow it there.

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The Lodge Canberra

The Lodge Canberra

Another Shaw move, this time to the Prime Ministers Lodge Canberra, delivering Gym equipment.

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Planning to Move Home

When you’re moving to a new home, you may end up with a mess! A moving company can help you unpack by unloading several items in the day. However you’ll still have to manage some part of the task on your own. There are some things you need to consider to unpack and organize your move. These simple tips can help you out. Planning for the Move As soon as you’re sure about the move, you should go through all the belongings to find things that you no longer need. This can help you avoid paying for moving unnecessary items. You need to get real about things you don’t need. You should set up a...

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Settlements & Moving

Settlements & Moving

Settlement is the final stage in the conveyancing transaction & once complete, keys are released. Settlement dates & times are important in planning your move, we need to ensure your furniture is moved in time for the next owners and also to meet the settlement time of your new home. You need to factor in time for cleaning after/before your move.     As there are several parties involved, delays are common, esp for double property settlements (you are signing contracts on the same day for selling AND buying). If you choose to move on settlement day & there are delays, you will...

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