As part of our endeavour to make the moving process a less daunting proposition and following on from our infographic ‘Top Tips for Moving House’, we here at Hadley and Ottaway thought we’d create a two-part checklist which informs you of what you need to do in the weeks leading up to the move and moving day itself. In this particular post, we will be focusing on what you should be doing a month, three weeks and two weeks ahead of your scheduled moving day. Our second post, in a couple of weeks, will then look at what needs to be done a week and the day before you move, alongside the day of the move itself;
By following this checklist, when you are two weeks ahead of your scheduled moving day, you should have everything in order for a smooth, stress-free move. Don’t forget to check out our next post for advice on what to do in the days leading up to your move, and remember, to arrange Hadley and Ottaway removals in Ely, Huntingdon or any of the surrounding areas, don’t hesitate to get in touch today.
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Following the PM’s announcement on 4th January 2021, removal companies are being allowed to continue carrying out house moves providing that they have the required safety measures in place.
At Hadley & Ottaway we have had these in place since the first lockdown but would welcome existing and new customers to contact us so we can reassure them that we have and are going to great lengths to ensure the safety of them and our staff