Removals Unlimited is specialised within relocating you and your belongings - we are proud to deliver an outstanding relocation service and we therefore want to recommend companies that have the same ethos.
Store & Secure Self Storage in Bournemouth is an award winning self storage business. They are winners of the Self Storage Association (SSA) Independant Operators Best Facility award in the UK and Europe.
Removals Unlimited gets access to discounted rates for self storage in Bournemouth. Whether you need a small or large unit as a short or long term solution we know how it works and we can therefore help you with the "leg work".
Store & Secure is flexible and cost effective combined with excellent customer service and support they will offer you the best self-storage experience possible in Bournemouth (based behind Castle Point).
Like us they never stop - open 7 days a week Store & Secure also offers business storage with 7-days a week access. It is worth noting that their facilities use the very latest in security technology.
Store & Secure Self Storage is Quality Assured Service Standards certified, they are also proud members of the SSA (Self Storage Association) and therefore a team to be trusted.
We are confident to refer our customers to use their services. Call us for more information or call Lucy, Sophie and Colin at Store & Secure directly - we're all more than happy to guide you and respond to all your queries.
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- £50,000 in-transit insurance
- £5,000,000 liability insurance
- Checkatrade member
- 3.5 tonne luton van fleet
(with tail lift)
- Card payments accepted
“Moving contents of a 4 bedroom house. I contacted Removals Unlimited, re moving our house contents, less than 10 days before we actually moved. Morgan was brilliant, as nothing was a problem, he was so helpful in every way and very efficient and careful with all our belongings. On the day, we had a long delay between moving out and then into the new house, and again this was no problem for Morgan and his team. Absolutely first class service, I would highly recommend this company.”
Julia in Poole
‟Large 3 bedroom top floor flat move. Morgan was great to deal with and I would highly recommend his company. We had exceptional communication leading up to the move including two site visits, which was reassuring and useful to plan the move. Morgan was friendly and couldn't do enough to help. The move itself went very smoothly, despite some difficult items. The team were friendly and courteous. They completed the work in just over the time they estimated but were not in a rush to leave, helping us put everything in place and get it assembled. They were very careful to avoid damage. Will definitely be using them again.”
Daniel in Alum Shine
‟Large 4 bedrooms flat move from Bournemouth to Suffolk. This is by far the best removal company I have ever used (and I’ve moved a lot). They go above and beyond expectations to ensure the move is as stress free as possible. Best price , best service , best everything ! This was a big move from a four bed in Bournemouth to a 2 bed in Suffolk, it ran smoothly from start to finish and I can’t emphasise enough, how impressed I was. Everyone should use this company !”
Trace in Ferndown
As wonderful as it can be to take the next step in your journey with a brand-new house, moving is generally considered to be one of the most stressful events in life. Getting all your belongings safely transported and set up in your new home is an exhausting and overwhelming process. That's why it's so important to have a strategy in place for simplifying your move.
You've finally found the perfect home, and moving day is fast approaching.
With a little luck, you've already stocked up on boxes and bubble wrap, and you'll have done your research to make sure that you're getting the support of a reliable moving company. Of course, there's still plenty of things that you'll need to do before you can…
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Spend some time considering how you are going to pack your possessions. Books are easy but heavy, valuables need careful wrapping and will take time, and some furniture may need to be dismantled.
- Start early. Packing always takes longer than anticipated, particularly when you start reminiscing over old photographs stored in the attic...
Unless you travel light, you won't be able to unpack everything in the first day, so it's worth deciding what you might need easy access to soon after you cross the threshold of your new home.
- Pack an 'essentials' box for the first night in your new home and carry it with you...
You don't need to leave everything to the day before the move. Consider what you don't need to take with you, what will need careful packing, and that you are covered for potential breakages.
- Make a priority packing list
- Take some time to sift through your belongings and have a clear-out...
Chances are, you'll be too tired to unpack your things. You'll want your essentials within easy access, including a change of clothes if you're going back to work the next day as well as all your toiletries. It's also a great way to transport all your mobile phones and laptop chargers so that there is zero risk of being cut out from the outside world.
This includes things like a box cutter, paper towels, bin bags, eating utensils, select cookware, electrical extension leads, phone chargers, toilet paper, tools, etc. The clear box allows you to see inside; it also separates itself from the cardboard boxes.
When you arrive at your new home, unpack BY ROOM. The unpacking process will feel more manageable.And remember to stick labels to the SIDES of the boxes, not on top. This way, you'll be able to identify them even if they are stacked. You can also use black markers but in our experience labelling is a lot faster and easier.