Ensure peak performance when moving house during the 2012 Olympics

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Ensure peak performance when moving house during the 2012 Olympics

by Kim Meldrum (16th May 2012)

If you are planning on moving during the Olympic months, which is also the busiest time of year to move house, and are in one of the travel hot spots, Helpiammoving.com offers independent advice to see you through your move.

On your marks...
• Book your boxes: Arrange to have packing boxes delivered as early as possible. www.helpineedboxes.co.uk provides an updated information feed on courier issues and hotspots.
 

• Book your removal company: Don’t leave this to the last minute. Companies will be planning routes and staffing levels in advance.

Get set…
• Discuss logistics: Talk through logistics and concerns with your removal company. Good removal companies are aware of the problems in affected areas so will be able to update you on how they plan to cater for this.
 

• Flexibility: Some companies will be working out of hours, so be flexible on times.

Go…
• Allow extra time: Expect delays as your removal may take longer than normal due to traffic and parking issues.
 

• Confirm: Keep in contact with your removal team and confirm details before your move day.


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Author: on 16th May 2012
An expert contributor to Helpineedboxes.co.uk.
"An expert in the moving industry, Kim has worked in a variety of jobs from news editing and photo journalisim to marketing consultant and online advisor to UK removal and storage companies."

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