Organising a House Move

Here are certain occasions when you may need some help lifting heavy stuff around as you may be moving house or having a clear out.

There is a certain amount of planning that goes into moving home from booking transport, parking if you live in a busy residential are of a  asking for extra pairs of hand for help you out.

You should separate all of your items into groups for instance what you want to keep, stuff you want to throw away or recycle.

If you are moving house you may not have a suitable vehicle suitable to fit all of you stuff in so you will have to hire a vehicle yourself and get a helping hand from your family members.

If you have a lot to throw away or recycle, you could hire the services of a London waste collection company to help you out and dispose of it correctly.

If you decide on getting some help, the best way to do this is to search your local newspaper. Or you could even ask a neighbor if they know anyone reputable and reliable.

If this fail’s you should take your search online to find someone local to you. You can then go through each website to see which business will suit your needs.

A good website should have plenty of photos and maybe that odd video. There should also be a testimonial section where you can you view what past clients have to say about the work that was done for them.

You should pick a few sites that you thank are suitable and maybe give each a call. Ask for a quote and see what services that you will get for your money.

A good business should have full insurance so that in the unlikely event of something getting damaged you will be covered.

Make sure that you have the correct dates and time that you need your move completed by so you can organise with the chosen company that you choose to employ.

A Man and a Van business would be ideal to help move any items that would be heavy so you can take it easy and concentrate on other tasks. They will have all of the items that will help the transportation of your possessions. Things like sack barrows that make the lifting of heavy items a lot easier.

London Locksmith Services

Locksmith are in high demand in UK for daily home related problems.  Many of you might be wondering what London locksmith services are covered. Following are the sources that are provided by locksmith London
  • Supply locks in London
  • Fit locks in London
  • Locks open throughout London
  • London burglary repairs
  • Gain access to the premises
  • Bars and grills fitted
  • Board up
  • Locksmiths in London
  • Fitting of all types of doors and door locks
  • Door installation London
  • CCTV installation and repairing and servicing London
  • All kinds of Windows and window fitting
  • Locks fitted from scratch in London
  • Alarms fitted
  • Anchors and bike post fitted
  • UPVC repair service
  • Padlock removed
  • Wheel clamp removed in London
  • London safe opening service
  • London auto locksmith service

Locksmith London- Fully Qualified All the London locksmiths are fully qualified and trustworthy. All the relevant licenses and accreditations necessary to provide out locksmith London services are held by the company. ITCC Locksmith London carry a wide range of locks and security items for many types of doors and windows and cabinets and garage is normally able to complete most jobs within one visit. The company also can give advice on BS 3621 insurance issues whether your locks confirm to the standard.

The company has qualified and experience locksmiths throat London this way the staff in place gets to you to get things back in normal fast. The company has many services to offer whether you are in domestic or commercial customer in London. The company has the solution to your security problems so call locksmith London now. The company is a local service provider so do not hesitate to call a locksmith London whenever the need arises.

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20 September – Birmingham Senior Cup 2nd Round

Moor Green have confirmed their Birmingham Senior Cup Second Round tie away to Causeway United has been arranged for Wednesday 5th October and will take place at The Grove, home of Halesowen Town.

17 September – Moor Green 1 Worcester City 1

A bizarre goal ten minutes from time saw Moors came from behind to draw for the fourth time this season. With visitors Worcester leading from Adam Webster’s 11thminute header, Neil Davis had the easy task of forcing the ball home from inches out after former Nottingham Forest defender Des Lyttle steered the ball past his own keeper and onto the post.

More to follow…

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16 September – Two new faces

Moors have signed striker Gary McPhee and brought in midfielder Richard Scott on a months loan from CambridgeCity.

McPhee has spent the last two seasons in the Irish Eircom League with St Patricks Athletic. Glasgow born McPhee started his career in the youth team at Vitesse Arnhem in Holland before signing as a trainee at Coventry City.

  RECENT RESULTS & FORTHCOMING FIXTURES

10 Sept – Stalybridge Celtic (Away)
Nationwide North
Lost 1-4

12 Sept – Sutton Coldfield Town (Away)
Birmingham Senior Cup Rnd 1
Won 4-3 aet

17 Sept – Worcester City (Home)
Nationwide North

Drew 1-1

24 Sept – Hednesford Town (Away)
FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round
Kick off 3pm

1 Oct – Hucknall Town (Away)
Nationwide North
Kick off 3pm

5 Oct – Causeway United (Away)

(at The Grove, Halesowen Town)

Birmingham Senior Cup Rnd 2

Kick off 7.45pm TBC

8 Oct – FA Cup

3rd Qualifying Round

15 Oct – Nuneaton Boro (Home)

Nationwide North
Kick off 3pm