Why should you choose Crichton Removals for your upcoming relocation?

Congratulations!  The ‘SOLD sign’ has gone up on your home and now you need to decide how you are planning to move….ie engage a professional company, move yourself with a trailer, or ask your family / friends to help you….

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How to Pack and Prepare for your Move

The SOLD sign is finally pegged. Your title company has all the paperwork involved fixed up, making you the rightful owner of the house. What next?

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Moving from Melbourne to Geelong

Geelong has seen many residents pack their bags and move to Melbourne for job opportunities in the past. Nowadays, the broad trend is reversed as more people relocate from Melbourne to Geelong instead of the other way around.

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Why hire furniture removalists

Some people think relocating furniture on their own is easier and more convenient than hiring professional removalists.

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How to choose the right storage

How do you determine which storage system is best for you?

Choosing the right storage for you depends on what your expectations are. Aside from the cost, you also have to decide what would be most convenient for you.

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In honor of Peter Crichton

Daryl, Marie & Sarah Pagan and all of the staff at Crichton Removals would like to extend our deepest sympathies and condolences to Shirley and all of the Crichton Family on their recent loss of Peter Crichton on the 3rd February 2015.

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Tips on moving to a new office

Moving to a new office has a totally different set of dynamics from moving into a new home.

For instance, there must be a systemised way of boxing and packing hard copies of documents and equipment, otherwise you may encounter problems such as missing documents and delays once you resume operations.

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The right way to move a piano

A piano is a precision musical instrument, beautiful, classic – and heavy. Moving a piano can be tricky.

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3 Surprising benefits when moving during the holidays

It’s that time of the year when everyone’s bustling for their holiday shopping, planning Christmas dinner menus, scheduling barbecues and catching up with family and friends.

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