How to Move House Without Stressing Your Pet Bird Out

Posted on: 14 April 2017
Birds don't like change. This is especially true for pet birds that are used to being in a stable environment where they are surrounded by their flock (in this case you and your family). On moving day as well as the preceding days, your stress levels are likely to be higher than normal. Being a flock animal, your pet bird will pick up on this increased level of stress and become nervous and agitated.
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Four Essentials That Can Help You Avoid Injuries During Removals

Posted on: 13 April 2017
Removals can be hard and stressful work, and, unfortunately, people get hurt sometimes whilst moving their belongings. If you are planning a move and you want to ensure that you minimise your risk of injury, there are several tools that can help. Consider having these essentials on hand. 1. Lifting Belt A lifting belt is for people who are into weight lifting, but these belts are also often used by people who do a lot of lifting for work.
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Key Packing Tips for Your Interstate House Move

Posted on: 13 February 2017
There are so many reasons as to why you may need to relocate your family from one state to another. Maybe you have secured a lucrative job opportunity that will allow you to provide a better life for your loved ones. Or perhaps, it is finally time to move into your newly-built home and forget the stress of paying rent every end of the month in your current state of residence.
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Biggest mistakes to avoid when moving

Posted on: 5 November 2015
Moving is a part of life. It's a stage most have to go through, and it's caused by a number of reasons. You may be moving in an area of greener pastures, downsizing in preparation for retirement, or perhaps you got a new job elsewhere. Whatever your reason, one thing needs to be clear: Mistakes can be costly and result in headaches you never planned for. Here are some of the greatest mistakes you need to avoid.
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