Moving Into a Strata Management Property: A Few Things to Remember

Posted on: 23 July 2021

Living in a strata-managed property comes with a set of rules and regulations—some of which are fairly general (and arguably a matter of common sense), and some that are specific to the property. Living in the property means you intend to abide by these rules and regulations and have probably already signed an agreement to this effect. Those rules can apply before you move in, and can in fact influence the actual process of moving in.
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4 Things You Should Consider When Moving Your Office

Posted on: 19 May 2021

Moving your office can be a tricky affair. Unlike a residential move, an office move requires meticulous planning since minor oversights could interrupt your business. Below are several things you should know about office removals.  1. Always Work With An Experienced Removalist A removalist will ease your office move. Below are some tips to help you when choosing an office removalist:  Assess the removalist's experience. For instance, have they moved other offices in the past?
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How To Examine A Removal Contract

Posted on: 9 March 2021

Are you thinking of hiring a furniture removalist? One of your concerns when hiring the furniture removalist is the professional's terms of contract. Below is an article discussing what you should look out for when evaluating a removals contract.  Services Provided The removalist must be specific about the services included in the standard charge. For instance, most removalists will disassemble furniture, pack and move your items. They will also unpack and arrange items on the new premises.
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3 Signs You Need to Restump Your Current House Before You Move to a New One

Posted on: 22 December 2020

If you live in a flood-prone area, you might find it necessary to use timber stumps to support the house clear of the water level. With time, these stumps age, and they start getting affected by water damage. If you let the situation fester for a long time, the water damage will evolve and become mould damage. Mould damage will then creep into the house interior, and this might end up compromising the stability and integrity of your home's foundation.
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