Home Removals in Doncaster

If you re you planning a home removal in Doncaster and looking for a reliable and professional removals company to handle the job. Look no further than MooveIt Removals! A trusted removals name. With many years experience and commitment to delivering exceptional service, MooveIt Removals has established itself as name to rely on in the industry.  Known as a company that can streamline your home removals process, ensuring a hassle-free and efficient relocation experience. When it comes to home removals, a comprehensive range of services tailored to meet your specific requirements are offered. Providing packing materials, ensuring the safe and secure transportation of your belongings. The removal team can even efficiently pack your items, paying attention to fragile and valuable possessions. MoveIt Removals utilizes modern vehicles equipped with state-of-the-art moving equipment, ensuring that your belongings are transported securely.

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Removal specialist Doncaster

Moving to a new house is sometimes a once in  a lifetime event. It is also one of the most stressful events in a lifetime! From packing and organizing belongings, to legal matters and of course the transportation and logistics, there is now wonder the process can quickly become overwhelming. Take control of the parts of the move that where you can, such as the transport. Hiring a specialist removal company can significantly reduce the stress involved, and ensure a smooth transition. One of the big advantage of hiring a removal company is their expertise and experience in handling all aspects of the moving process. The Professional removal staff at Mooveit are trained to efficiently pack, load, transport, and unload your belongings with utmost care. They have the necessary knowledge and techniques to handle fragile items, bulky furniture, and valuable possessions, minimizing the risk of damage during the move.

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Removal experts Doncaster

Mooveit removals are the one stop shop for removal services in Doncaster. Mooveit enjoys a team of highly trained professionals who possess extensive knowledge and expertise in the field of removals. Whether you’re moving locally within Doncaster or relocating to a new city, Mooveit’s removal experts have the skills and experience to handle every aspect of your move. From packing fragile items to disassembling and reassembling furniture, they ensure that your belongings are handled with the utmost care and attention. Furthermore we understands that every move is unique, and that’s why they offer a comprehensive range of services tailored to meet your specific requirements. Whether you need assistance with packing, loading and unloading, transportation, or even storage solutions, Mooveit has got you covered. Our flexible services ensure that you can customize your move according to your needs, making the entire process smooth and hassle-free.

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Free home removal quote – Doncaster

Moving to a new home can be an exciting adventure, but it can also be a daunting task. However, with proper planning and preparation, you can make the process a lot easier and less stressful. One way of removing stress from any move is by employing a home removal company. Many people elect to try and move by themself, with family and friends helping, along with borrowed vehicles. This option only leads to more stress, leading up to the moving day, on the day, and after the move! Sometimes, by the time you have factored in the cost to hire a van, the petrol involved and factor in the cost to buy packing items and the price to replace any broken items, a DIY removal seems faults economy!

Mooveit  can offer a free no obligation quote tailored to your exact removal needs. Our bespoke service can help make your move smoother and stress free.

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Broadband And Moving Home

When you’re in the process of moving home, there are always a million tasks requiring your attention. And one thing that’s increasingly important in our lives today is ensuring that we have internet access in the new home.
It isn’t complicated, but it may not be something you’ve done before, and there are a few common pitfalls to avoid. In this guide, we’ll explain how you go about moving or switching broadband when settling into a new place, and hopefully, take a little bit of the stress out of your moving day.
Before you move – checking contracts and coverage
The first step is to contact your existing broadband provider to find out several key bits of information:

  1. How much time – if any – is left on your broadband contract.
  2. How much it might cost you to cancel your contract.
  3. How much it might cost you to move your broadband to a new address.
  4. How much notice your broadband provider requires to either move or cancel your service.

All of these are important, though number 4 is the most crucial; if you leave it too late to notify your ISP (Internet Service Provider) about a move or cancellation, you’ll face delays and additional costs.
Once you’ve got the above info, the next stage is to check broadband coverage at your new address.
To do this, use an online postcode check to see the available services.
This is also something your existing ISP can do when you contact them, but they will only tell you about their services. You might be able to get a faster or cheaper deal (perhaps both) with another provider, so it’s well worth looking at the bigger picture.
As well as finding out about potential cost savings or upgrades, checking coverage will also show whether you might end up with a slower speed. Coverage varies around the country, and there is no guarantee that you can get the same provider or the same type of broadband when you move. Having this information will help you decide whether it is best to switch or stick with your current provider.
When you’re ready to move – cancelling or keeping your broadband
Once you’ve got a moving date, you’ll need to contact your existing ISP within their minimum notice period.
If you’ve decided to cancel the broadband, you need to ask them to end the service as close to the day you leave as possible. Ideally, it will be the same day, but if that’s not possible, you should end the contract at some point before your moving date. If you leave it too late, you’ll end up paying for the service even after you’ve left, and could block the line for the next occupant.
When cancelling and switching providers you will also need to sign up for the new service with enough notice that it can be activated as close as possible to the moving in date. It usually takes around 14 working days to set up broadband, but you should contact your new ISP and confirm their timescales. It may also be possible to pick a specific date for installation.
If moving the broadband, you’ll need to get in touch with your provider within the minimum time frame specified (usually something in the region of two weeks, but it can be longer). Give them the details of your new address, and they will end your service at the old address on or near the day you leave, and arrange to activate broadband at the new home on or near your moving-in date.
In either case, you should be prepared for delays. In an ideal scenario, your connection will be up and running on or just after the moving day, but if something goes wrong or you do not meet the ISP’s time frames you could be waiting days or even weeks to get broadband. It’s sensible to have a backup option just in case.
A mobile broadband service can be a suitable replacement in the short term, but unless you already own a dongle and SIM card there will be some expense involved, and that may not be cost-effective if it’s just to plug a gap of a few days. Instead, you can use a smartphone with Wi-Fi tethering (also known as a Wi-Fi Hotspot or Wi-Fi Sharing) to connect computers and other devices to a mobile network. But before you do this, check with the mobile network operator to find out if there is any fee involved, and confirm any data usage restrictions to avoid a surprise charge in your next bill.


Moving to a new house is one of life’s most stressful events, and apparently this is because it means having to cope with change and uncertainty.  Unfortunately for a lot of people, this can cause anxiety and stress.

To some people it is the start of an exciting adventure to a new life somewhere different with the chance to explore and get to know new people. But for others, moving is so stressful and this is called Moving stress… Moving stress is a normal emotion and you should not feel ashamed if you are feeling this way.
In order to get the most out of your move and get settled into your new place quickly, it can be helpful to understand what makes moving so stressful, and what you can do to reduce that stress.
We are an experienced removal company and we do know a thing or two about moving and the stresses that can be involved.  We are here to offer you some tips and hopefully help to relieve some of the stress.

What is Moving stress and is it real?
Why is moving so stressful and why is it classed as one of the more stressful things that we may ever do?
With every move comes changes.   Your moving to a different home, different location, leaving your friends and family. These kinds of changes are inevitable and can even be a little scary for some people if they have never moved before.
Arranging a move and packing up your house takes up so much of your time!  There doesn’t seem to be enough hours in the day.  It doesn’t matter if you are moving down South, up North, or just down the road, it still takes the same amount of time and organisation.  Every bit of your time seems to be taken up by packing boxes and organising the move and then when you have moved, you are unpacking your things and starting again. It feels like your life has been put on hold until you get your move sorted.

One of the biggest issues for anyone moving to a new house is money!   There are so many costs to think about when moving.  For example, the furniture removals, the cost of finalising bills and setting up new providers in your new home etc…  A lack of money is a huge cause of stress, and this is one of the main stress’s related to moving to a new house.
It is really important to recognize the symptoms of stress as you need to be able to know when to take a break, take some deep breaths take a breathes and chill out.

How you can manage the stress of moving house.
When you feel like the stress of moving to a new house is over taking everything that you do, this can have a negative effect on our mental and physical health if we do not manage it properly.
When you do decide to move home, try to implement a can-do attitude as this will help you through it. Try and stay positive about the new home where you will be living and  discovering new things in your area  Stay positive in your mind and this will certainly help to relieve the stress, remember that the house move is a one off.  It will be over before you know it.
If you do your research before you move, then this will make your life a lot easier.  Research the best routes to take, where the nearest shops are, and places to eat out. Being prepared with this knowledge can already start to make you feel comfortable with your pending move and hopefully it will provide you with positive things to focus on.

Everyone loves a checklist!
Make a check list for your move!   It will help bring some order to moving by managing it step by steps and check each item off as they are completed.  Everyone’s moving checklist will be unique, but should still have the basics on like:

  • Do we have enough boxes or other storage for our house contents?
  • Have we paid everyone?
  • Do we have a travel plan including best routes, pit stops etc…?
  • Have we packed everything?

Get ahead of yourself.
Moving is a perfect time to start getting rid of any clutter that you have been holding onto.  It is amazing how much rubbish we can accumulate over the years.  If you de-clutter your home before the big move then this will make it a lot easier for you when moving day lands.
If you leave everything to the last minute, then you can guarantee that this will multiply your stress levels. Your packing can be done slowly over a few weeks leading up to the move and you can leave any essential items out until the last minute.
But remember, you do not have to do this all by yourself! By hiring a professional removal company like Moove it removals can take a lot of the stress away from you and also getting help from family and friends makes all the difference.  We are familiar with all of the tricks of the trade so you do not have to worry.

Saying goodbye to your home and planning ahead.
Saying goodbye to your family and friends can be difficult. Even saying goodbye to your old home can be hard as it probably holds a lot of memories for you but you need to accept this and move forward. You will always have your memories
Planning ahead is important with any house move.  You need to get help in advance of the move. If you have friends who are coming to help, make sure they understand that it is critical to show up on moving day. If you are hiring professional movers like us, then make sure that the date of moving is booked in advance and make sure you confirm the appointment a few days before you are due to move.

Moving into a smaller property.
For the majority of people we generally move into bigger houses with a lot more space as our families grow but as we get older we tend to find our houses are too big to manage once the children have grown up and moved out. This can make your house seem empty and sometimes unmanageable especially for senior citizens.
Letting go of your lifelong possessions can be hard to deal with but will inevitably make life easier in the long run.

We have helped hundreds of customers over the past few years to successfully move homes and we take great pride in the amazing feedback that we receive.  We cater for all of your needs and provide a friendly and competitively priced removal service for all of out customers    We know that moving can be vert difficult and challenging so we ourselves on providing a friendly and hassle free way to move, and consequently giving you the best start in your new home.

We cover all areas of Doncaster and its surrounding areas including: Bentley, Balby, Bessacarr, Rossington, Auckley, Bawtry, Sprotbrough, Conisbrough, Tickhill, Edlington, Denaby, Mexborough, Barnburgh, Harlington, Skellow, Woodlands, Carcroft, Maltby and many more.

If you would like to book a reliable and trustworthy removal company then please call us on 01302891295

Home Declutter Moving Tips

Are you getting ready and excited to be moving to your new home? Here are some excellent before moving home tips aimed at helping you to prepare for your move. Here is how to get prepared to declutter your home before you move which will help your move go smoothly.

We all collect stuff throughout the years and moving home is the perfect time to get rid of some of that stuff we no longer need. Decluttering before you move will not only make you feel better in yourself, it will save you money on the cost of your move because you will have less to pack. The fewer the boxes that need to be moved the more energy you will have and more money in your pocket.

A new home feels like a brand new fresh start. It is a time to begin again and leave all the past behind. It is a time to move into a space where you only have the things that you love and cherish around you.

Decluttering is liberating and we feel freedom when we let go of the extra clutter in our lives. So, if you have been surrounding yourself with stuff that has become a burden, this is the perfect opportunity to let go of the burden and declutter.  After decluttering we have a fresh new appreciation for the good things we surround ourselves with.

Decluttering plan

About six weeks before you need to pack, list all your rooms that you are going to declutter. Give yourself a time limit for each room and do it quickly. Do not spend too much looking at every item and considering whether to keep or not. Keep in mind your fresh new start and only keep items that you use often or you really love to take to your new home.

Into each room take 3 good size boxes with labels of, Keep, Donate/Sell and Throw.

Box  – Keep. Only put in this box items that you need to take to your new home because they add value to your life or they make you smile.

Box  – Donate / Sell. Put in this box anything that can be used again and is too good for rubbish tip.

Box 3 – Throw Anything broken or fit for rubbish tip goes in this box. Don’t be tempted to reopen this box just get it straight to the tip.

If you need packing or moving advice please do not hesitate to call on Moovelt Removals who will gladly talk you through the process of moving.

Moovelt Removals offer a wide range of services which includes packing and moving for domestic or office moves and European home removals service for those moving to Spain and France.

If you require any of our removals services in Doncaster or any of the surrounding areas the please contact us today for a no obligation quotation on ​01302891295

Packing: A Guide To Take The Stress Out Of Packing

Packing is a daunting thought for most, therefore it often gets put off right until the last minute, but to keep stress levels low an early start to packing is key!

Choose Packing Materials
First things first, before you can pack anything you need to have the right materials at hand such as strong packing boxes, tape, marker pen or labels, bubble wrap and or newspapers. It might be worth buying a packing kit that includes all of these items, as this could also save you money.
If you have saved boxes from a previous move it is worth checking they can still hold weight and cover any old labels so there is no confusion to what is in them.

Building Boxes
Most boxes will come with clear instructions on how to correctly put them together, however it is worth taking note of any signage such as this way up so you don’t end up having upside down boxes! The shorter tabs should always be folded in first and the longer ones after, and ensure you property secure them down with tape following all the edges and corners. Try not to overfill boxes as this not only makes them more difficult to lift but you also run the risk of damaging your items.

Labelling Boxes
It is important to clearly label boxes with the room they are intended for and what is in them such as fragile items and if the box does not already specify, which way up it should be held.
If any boxes contain items that you will need quick access to when you arrive at your new property such as kettles, knifes. Forks, spoons etc. then it might be worth listing the contents of the whole box they have been put in.

Top Tips

  • Use smaller boxes for heavier items and bigger boxers for lighter items.
  • If you don’t have paper or bubble wrap then soft items such as clothes, towels and blankets are great for packing delicate.
  • Pack heavier items at the bottom of the box and ensure the weight is evenly distributed and not all to one side or central.
  • Pack one room up at a time rather than doing bits in each room, this will save time and confusion and will also save time unpacking as well.
  • When dismantling, furniture keep all screws, nuts and bolts etc. in a sealed bag and tape it to the item of furniture in which they belong.
  • It is always best to move TV’s in the original box that they came in, however if this is not possible then be sure to wrap it up as security as possible.
  • Any kitchen utensils and cutlery should be carefully wrapped in paper before putting them in the box.
  • It is worth purchasing knife protectors for sharp knives as they will help prevent injury when unpacking, they should then be wrapped in paper and placed in the box.
  • When packing, glasses wrap them carefully in bubble wrap and place them in the box widest side down. Be sure to label the box fragile!
  • When packing medicines, you should also have a bit of a clear out, check for any out of date products, or medication that is no longer required, this will save space and it’s also the perfect time for a clear out that you would never usually get around to doing!
  • It is best to pack valuables such as jewellery and important documents such as passports, driver’s licences and other such items separately, and clearly ladled on the box exactly what is in it, keep them with you and transport them in your own car, this way you can be sure that they are safe and you know exactly where to find them when it comes to unpacking.

If you need packing advice, moving supplies or even help with packing and dismantling then contact MooveIt Removals today – 01302 891295

A Guide To Moving Office in Doncaster

The first thing you need to do when you are moving office is to choose a new location. Ensure you have plenty of time to find the right office that is going to suit all of yours and your business needs, it is also important to set a deadline or the search could go on for a while! While you are doing this there are a few things you need to be asking yourself:

  • Is the new office space your looking at big enough for you and your current employees and does it have enough room for further expansion in the future?
  • What security measures are in place and what’s the area like where the office is located as this can all effect your insurance premiums.
  • Check what transport links are like, are the close enough to the office for employees to get there easily? Also, what parking is available for staff and customers?
  • Check the relevant facilities are available, plug sockets, male and female toilets, use of a kitchen, heating, air con etc.

Whatever the priorities are for your new office you need to ensure that you negotiate the terms of your lease to suit them and the best way to do this usually involves seeking legal advice. A flexible lease is ideal if you’re a start-up business however if you want a non-flexible lease then this will almost certainly take longer to negotiate.

Plan Your Project
There can never be too much planning, if there is a plan in place for every possible outcome then there is going to be no nasty surprises and the office move will go a lot smoother. Planning not only helps the move go smoothly it also helps save time and in the world of business time is money!

Make an Office Move Checklist
6 Weeks Until Office Move:

  • Measure your new office space so you know what you have to work with in terms of design, furniture and layout.

4 Weeks Until Office Move:

  • Arrange a security survey if it is not included in the management of your new office.
  • Ask furniture suppliers for design and space saving tips.
  • If you are ordering new furniture for your new office, ensure it will arrive a week before the move.
  •  Get Quotes from removals companies.
  • Get phone lines connected and any IT support you may need in place.

Three Weeks To Office Move:

  • Ensure any existing suppliers such as utilities, deliveries and other such things are either cancel or transferred ready for your moving date.
  • Order all new stationary with the new business address and inform anyone that needs to know of the office move and new address.

Two Weeks To Office Move:

  • Arranger for phone lines and broadband are put in while the office is still empty.
  • If you cannot transfer your existing numbers, get a call forwarding service set up.
  • Get mail redirected to the new office address until all address change notifications have been made.
  • Ensure kitchen and bathroom facilities are all in good working order.
  • If there are any delays between your moving out and moving in date arrange for storage of equipment, desks and other office furniture and supplies.

One Week To Office Move:

  • Get packing supplies such as boxes and tape, some removals companies like us here at MooveIt Removals can supply such packing materials, we also offer a packing service to allow you and your staff to carry on working as long as possible.
  • Any large furniture in storage should be set up so it can be used straight away.
  • Make sure all furniture deliveries have arrived and arrange for your movers to get it all set up.
  • Get cleaners in to clean the office before you leave so it is left in good condition for your landlord.

Office Moving Day:

  • This can be an incredibly stressful and sometimes nerve-racking day however if you follow the advice in this guide then everything should run smoothly. And you can just take a step back and leave it in the hands of your removals company.

By using the services of MooveIt Removals for an office move there will be no stress, we provide packing supplies and a packing service, we will set up and build furniture at the new office as well as safely moving all supplies and equipment from the old office.
If your moving office and need a reliable removals service contact MooveIt Removals today – 01302 891295

Packing Tips For Moving Home

Before You Start Packing
Its best not to leave packing to the day before you move. You should take time to consider what will need packing carefully and what you don’t need to take with you. It is also a good idea to check your insurance policy to see if you are covered for any breakages. The you can start getting the ball rolling with regards to packing.

  • Make a list of priority items to be packed.
  • Have a good clear out whilst you are packing so you don’t end up taking junk with you. You could make a box up to take to a charity shop or car boot sale for all your unwanted items.
  • Try and estimate how many boxes you are going to need and buy them in advance. There are other things to consider like the size of the boxes you get and other essentials such as tape, bubble wrap, sealable bags for any loose nuts and bolts from dismantled furniture. You should also consider saving old newspaper for lining boxes and protecting fragile items.
  • Don’t overfill large boxes as they will be too heavy to lift!
  • Use sturdy boxes, particularly for heavier items, corrugated card boxes tend to be stronger.
  • Check your contents insurance covers any accidental breakages during the move.
  • Keep cleaning products and other hazardous materials such as bleach, aerosols and paint in a separate box away from your other belongings.

Plan Ahead
In most cases, unless you don’t move much with you, you wont be able to unpack everything in the same day so it is worth planning what you will need easy access to when you move into your new home.

  • Label a box essentials and put everything in it you think will be a priority during your move, things such as a kettle, tea, coffee, snacks, cups and other cutlery will all come in handy while you are unpacking.
  • Have an overnight bag prepared for yourself and anyone else that will be staying in the property, include a change of clothes, toilet paper and any toiletries you may need.
  • Other items you should keep to one side as a priority include, first aid kits and any essential medicines for family members, a torch, paper and pens, and a small tool kit.
  • Tyr and get all laundry done in advance to moving so you can avoid packing damp or wet clothes, any dirty clothes should be packed separately so you know they need washing.
  • Any boxes containing items you won’t need straight away should be loaded on the van first.

Pack Sensibly
Take time to consider how you will pack your items, things such as books are easy to pack but they are heavy so you might want to limit how many you pack per box, valuables will need to be carefully wrapped so this may take some time, and some furniture will need to be dismantled.

  • You should start early, packing always takes longer than you expect, especially when you find items that bring back pleasant memories and star reminiscing or realise a large item needs dismantling to fit through a door!
  • Its always best to start at the top of the house and work your way to downstairs. If you have a loft, then this is always the best place to start.
  • Pack heavier items in smaller boxes so it is easier to transport them. Try and keep the weight of the boxes to a minimum to avoid back injuries.
  •  Pack room by room and label each box clearly and specify which room it is from, also any boxes that contain fragile items should be labelled accordingly.
  • Keep boxes from each room together so they can be unpacked together and save you some time.
  • Pack heavier items at the bottom of the box and lighter items on top.
  • Wrap breakables individually in bubble wrap and pack in boxes that have been lined with newspaper.
  • Any important documents should be kept together such as passports, birth certificates and other similar documents.

If you are moving house and need removals company in Doncaster, help with packing or packing materials or storage solutions then contact MooveIt Removals today – 01302 891295