Below are some removal resources to help with your removal.
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Packing Techniques

Do’s and Don’ts of Moving

Some helpful tips on what to do and what not to do when preparing for your furniture removal.


  • Use the furniture removalists cartons
  • Take out insurance
  • Ask questions about items that concern you
  • Pack items you will need upon arrival in a box or suitcase and place it in your car
  • Pack everything that can fit into a removalist carton this will prevent items from being damaged
  • Keep jewellery, passports and other valuable documents separate to be conveyed by you
  • Check the manufacturer’s instructions for moving appliances
  • Empty all petrol powered items safely. BBQ gas cylinders need to be purged by an authorised dealer
  • Wash all garden tools of soil if travelling interstate and check which plants can be taken
  • Inspect the house thoroughly before the removalist leaves
  • Keep cleaning equipment apart so you can clean when the removalist has gone


  • Don’t leave any articles you don’t want packed in the house
  • Don’t use cartons from the supermarket
  • Don’t leave items in walkways
  • Don’t leave small items to be put on the truck loose
  • Don’t hover around the removalist and offer suggestions
  • Don’t leave dirty dishes or dirty clothing unattended
  • Don’t leave food in the fridge
  • Don’t empty the BBQ bottle by simply letting the gas out into the atmosphere or burning it off
  • Don’t pack ammunition, aerosol cans and other explosive items
  • Don’t criticize the workmen in how they do their work
  • Don’t insist on the workmen packing your things the way you want it done

Sometimes, because of the stress you may be under, things seem worse than what they are.