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Things to think about

Moving homes can be a stressful time for anyone. There's so much to think about, from how you're going to move all your belongings to how you're going to make sure everything arrives at your new home in one piece. However, there are a few simple steps you can take to make the process a little easier. Firstly, it's important to start planning as early as possible. This will give you plenty of time to organise everything and get quotes from different moving companies. Secondly, it's worth considering what services you might need from your chosen company. Do you need help packing? Do you need storage facilities? Once you know what you need, you can request a quote that includes these services. Finally, don't forget to book your chosen company in advance. This will ensure that they're available on the day you move and that everything goes smoothly. By following these simple steps, you can make your home move a lot less stressful.

Moving services and extras

Removalists are companies that help you move your belongings from one location to another. They can also provide other services such as packing and unpacking, and storage. There are many removalists you can choose from, so it's important to do your research to find one that's reputable and offers good value for money. Try to bypass brokers and get direct quotes from removalists that own their own trucks. This will usually be cheaper than using a broker. Backloading is another budget-friendly option for moving, which involves using spare capacity on trucks that are already travelling in the right direction. This can sometimes be done at short notice, so it's worth checking with removalists to see if they offer this service. If you're moving interstate or long distance, be sure to ask about pre-packing services. This can save you a lot of time and effort, and it may even be included in the price of your move. Just be sure to let the removalist know about any speciality items you need moved, as this may incur an additional charge.

Some tips

1. Start packing early. This will help you to declutter your home and get an idea of how much stuff you need to move.
2. Request quotes from several different moving companies. This will help you to compare prices and find the best deal for your budget.
3. Schedule your move for a time when you can take a few days off work. This will give you the opportunity to settle into your new home without having to worry about work commitments.
4. Make sure you have all the necessary documents in order before the move. This includes your mortgage agreement, utility bills, and proof of insurance.
5. Pack an overnight bag with essentials such as clothes, toiletries, and medications. This will make the first few days in your new home more comfortable.

Saving money on your home moving services

If you're planning a move, you're probably looking for ways to save money on your home moving service. After all, every little bit helps when you're trying to stay within your budget. Luckily, there are a few easy ways to keep costs down. One of the best ways to save is to book a backload service. This means that you'll only be charged for the space that your belongings occupy on the truck, rather than the entire truck. Additionally, you can save money by packing your own belongings and decluttering before the move. By taking these simple steps, you can keep your moving costs under control.

Moving house can be a costly exercise, but there are a few ways you can save money on your home moving service. One way to do this is to hire a removalist during the off-peak season. Prices are typically cheaper during winter, so you may be able to get a better deal if you're flexible with your moving date. Another way to save money is to pack your belongings yourself. This can be time-consuming, but it will often lead to a cheaper overall price. Finally, if you're looking to declutter before you move, consider donating or selling your unwanted items. This will not only save you money on the move, but it will also make it easier to settle into your new home.


Decluttering your home before a move can seem like a daunting task, but with a little planning, it can be surprisingly easy. The first step is to start early and take an inventory of your belongings. Then, begin sorting items into three categories: things to sell, things to donate, and things to move. Once you've decluttered your home, the next step is to find reputable removalists who can help you with the physically demanding task of moving. At Tas Removals and Storage, we have years of experience helping people move house, and we can make the process as stress-free as possible. We understand that decluttering can be emotional, so our team will handle your belongings with care and respect. We also offer a range of storage options if you need somewhere to keep your belongings while you're decluttering or in between homes. So if you're looking for a hassle-free way to declutter before your move, call Tas Removals and Storage today.

Packing yourself and Packing Materials

Packing your own boxes when moving home can save you a lot of money. However, it's important to do it right in order to avoid damages. Here are some tips from Tas Removals and Storage on how to pack your own boxes:

- Use book cartons for heavier items such as books, magazines and records. Regular boxes can be used for lighter items such as clothes and linens.
- Wrap breakable items in packing materials such as bubble wrap or packing peanuts. Use packing tape to secure the packaging.
- Place delicate items such as china and glassware in butchers paper before wrapping them up. This will help to prevent chips and scratches.
- Label all of your boxes with their contents and the room they belong in. This will make unpacking much easier later on.

Interstate and Local Removalists

Tas Removals and Storage are local and interstate removalists. Providing moving services throughout Tasmania and both to and from Tasmania. Tas Removals and Storage can also transport your car, provide short to long term storage, and provide pre-packing services. Tas Removals and Storage has been operating for over 20 years and is a family-owned business. Tas Removals and Storage takes pride in their work and will handle all your furniture with the upmost care. Tas Removals and Storage offers a free quotation service so you can get an accurate quote for your move. Tas Removals and Storage has a team of friendly staff who are more than happy to answer any questions you may have about your move. Contact Tas Removals and Storage today for all your moving needs.

Towns and Cities across Tasmania for Moving Services

A: Abercrombie, Acacia Hills, Adventure Bay, Tasmania Alcomie, Tasmania Alonnah, Tasmania Andover, Tasmania Ansons Bay Apsley, Tasmania Arthur River, Tasmania Arthurs Lake, Tasmania Auburn, Tasmania Avoca, Tasmania
B: Baden, Tasmania Badger Head, Tasmania Bagdad, Tasmania Bakers Beach, Tasmania Bangor, Tasmania Barnes Bay, Tasmania Barrington, Tasmania Beaconsfield, Tasmania Beaumaris, Tasmania Beauty Point, Tasmania Beechford, Tasmania Bell Bay, Tasmania Bellingham, Tasmania Ben Lomond (Tasmania) Beulah, Tasmania Bicheno, Tasmania Binalong Bay Birralee, Tasmania Bishopsbourne, Tasmania Black River, Tasmania Blackwall, Tasmania Blackwood Creek, Tasmania Blessington, Tasmania Blue Rocks, Tasmania Boat Harbour Beach Boobyalla Bothwell, Tasmania Boyer, Tasmania Bracknell, Tasmania Branxholm, Tasmania Breadalbane, Tasmania Bream Creek Bridgenorth, Tasmania Bridport, Tasmania Brighton, Tasmania Broadmarsh, Tasmania Bronte Park, Tasmania Buckland, Tasmania Bushy Park, Tasmania Butlers Gorge, Tasmania
C: Calder, Tasmania Camdale, Tasmania Camena, Tasmania Campania, Tasmania Campbell Town, Tasmania Cape Raoul Carlton River, Tasmania Carlton, Tasmania Carrick, Tasmania Caveside Central Plateau Conservation Area Chain of Lagoons, Tasmania Chudleigh, Tasmania Clarence Point Cluan, Tasmania Colebrook, Tasmania Coles Bay, Tasmania Conara, Tasmania Connellys Marsh Cooee, Tasmania Copping, Tasmania Corinna, Tasmania Crabtree, Tasmania Cradoc, Tasmania Cranbrook, Tasmania Cressy, Tasmania Crotty, Tasmania Cuprona, Tasmania Currie, Tasmania Cygnet, Tasmania
D: Deddington, Tasmania Deloraine, Tasmania Dennes Point, Tasmania Derby, Tasmania Derwent Bridge Deviot, Tasmania Doctors Rocks Dodges Ferry Doo Town Dover, Tasmania Dunalley, Tasmania Dundas, Tasmania Dunorlan, Tasmania
E: Eaglehawk Neck East Grinstead, Tasmania Eddystone, Tasmania Edith Creek, Tasmania Elderslie, Tasmania Elizabeth Town, Tasmania Ellendale, Tasmania Elliott, Tasmania Emita, Tasmania Emu Heights, Tasmania Evandale, Tasmania Exeter, Tasmania Exton, Tasmania
F: Falmouth, Tasmania Fingal, Tasmania Flintstone, Tasmania Florentine, Tasmania Flowerdale, Tasmania Flowery Gully, Tasmania Forcett, Tasmania Forest, Tasmania Fortescue, Tasmania Forth, Tasmania Frankford, Tasmania Franklin, Tasmania Friendly Beaches, Tasmania
G: Garden Island Creek Gardners Bay, Tasmania, Gawler, Tasmania, Geeveston George Town, Tasmania, Gladstone, Tasmania, Glen Huon Glendevie, Tasmania, Glengarry, Tasmania, Golconda, Tasmania, Golden Valley, Tasmania, Gordon, Tasmania, Gormanston, Tasmania, Goshen, Tasmania, Grassy, Tasmania, Gravelly Beach, Tasmania, Great Bay, Tasmania, Greens Beach, Tasmania, Gretna, Tasmania, Grindelwald, Tasmania, Gunns Plains, Tasmania
H: Hadspen, Tasmania, Hagley, Tasmania, Hamilton, Tasmania, Hampshire, Tasmania, Harford, Tasmania, Hastings, Tasmania, Hawley Beach, Hayes, Tasmania, Henrietta, Tasmania, Herrick, Tasmania, Heybridge, Tasmania, Highclere, Tasmania, Hillwood, Tasmania, Hollow Tree, Tasmania, Holwell, Tasmania, Honeywood, Tasmania, Howth, Tasmania, Huonville
I: Interlaken, Tasmania Irishtown, Tasmania
J: Jericho, Tasmania, Judbury, Tasmania
K: Kamona, Tasmania, Karoola, Tasmania, Kellevie, Kelso, Tasmania, Kempton, Tasmania, Kettering, Tasmania, Killiecrankie, Tasmania, Killora, Tasmania, Kindred, Tasmania, Kingston, Tasmania.
L: Lachlan, Tasmania, Lackrana, Tasmania, Lady Barron, Tasmania, Lake Leake, Tasmania, Lake St Clair (Tasmania) Lanena, Tasmania, Lapoinya Latrobe, Tasmania, Lebrina, Tasmania, Leeka, Tasmania, Lefroy, Tasmania, Legana Legerwood, Tasmania, Leith, Tasmania, Lemont, Tasmania, Levendale, Tasmania, Lewisham, Tasmania, Liawenee Liena, Tasmania, Liffey, Tasmania, Lilydale, Tasmania Lincoln, Tasmania, Linda, Tasmania, Little Swanport Llewellyn, Tasmania.

Tas Removals & Storage - Services

We want to help you move and while doing so, providing you with the best price and outcome of any move around Tasmania. We also provide backloads to Tasmania from anywhere in Australia.