This is a comprehensive list of things to do at various points during the removal process. Following this checklist will take away some of the pressure of thinking of too many things at once, or having to make last minute changes for forgotten necessities.
Removals to France
Welcome to our comprehensive guide to removals to France.
One of the big decisions when you move to France is what to do with your belongings. Once you sort out what is definitely coming with you, the next step is to choose a removal firm, set the date, and pack! FrenchEntrée recommends Cranbury Removals, for a free quote click here.
We have put together a selection of useful tips to help you plan your move and make it as stress-free as possible.
Removals to France Tips
About to move to France? Browse our useful articles full of tips and advice to help with a stress-free move.
Choosing a Removals Firm
It can be difficult knowing which removals company to choose when moving to France. These articles will help you choose.
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The period between exchange and completion is the ideal opportunity to prepare for moving house. We recommend following these simple steps to make the big day stress-free: The clear out! Moving house can be a great opportunity for a clear…
About the Company Tell us a bit about the company – how long have you been providing a removals service to France? Cranbury Removals is a family run business, based near Winchester, UK providing local, national and international removals and…
The physical act of moving to France can seem daunting, even if you’ve moved home several times before. Here James Tennant, director of Movecorp.co.uk, gives some practical advice
Today there are over one million people a year moving between EU member states, and most of them take their home contents with them. Prices for these removals can vary dramatically and service levels likewise. So how can the unwary avoid the pitfalls?