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How to Start an Event Planning Business

Are you daydreaming right now from your cube or home office about the notion of starting an event planning business? Perhaps you’ve been working in the events and meetings industry for several years and think that now is a good time to figure out how to work for yourself. Or maybe you’ve helped organize a few events in the past and feel that this could be your life’s passion. These are all good reasons to pursue this profession. But anyone who contemplates the fantasy of starting their own event planning business must follow some important steps before you even beginning to talk to clients.

Gain Event Planning Skills and Experience

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The long-term success of an event planning business will be based on the experience that the planner brings to his or her clients. That means, if you’re thinking about starting an event planning business, you should have a solid grasp as to what an event planner is, and make sure you have some solid skills:​

  • Verbal and written communications
  • Organization and time management
  • Negotiation and budget management
  • Creativity, marketing, public relations and more

Determine Your Event Planning Market/Forte

Okay, let’s say you’ve been working in corporate meetings for five years and are ready to create a business. The first thing to realize is that your strengths are in the corporate arena. A common error many planners make is to say that they are willing to coordinate all kinds of events, including corporate meetings, weddings, fundraising galas and more.

Stop. While the urge may be there to offer a variety of services, the reason you’re ready is based on your collective previous experiences. In time you may handle a full range of events, but initially recognize that there are distinctive differences between corporate, association, nonprofit and social events. Determine your market accordingly.

Develop a Business Plan

Because you decided on your market, you may be thinking this is a good time to share the news about what you can offer to the world. Not so fast. Starting your own business isn’t as glamorous as such fantasies. Like everything else, starting an event planning business requires a business plan.

The good news is that several resources are available to help. Expert to Home Business Randy Duermyer provides some insights ​into business plan basics and walks you through the process. The U.S Small Business Administration is a good resource that publishes materials about writing business plans as well.

Designate Which Business Entity Fits Best for Your Firm

Now that you realize that creating an event planning business should be viewed as a “work in progress,” it’s very important to determine your business structure in the beginning. The most fundamental step is to make sure you decide what type of business entity works best for your plan. For this, it’s important to secure professional advice.

There are several options available to you, and it’s important to select the type of business organization that best represents your interests. The Expert to Tax Planning William Perez outlines the six forms of business organizations recognized within the U.S. by the IRS: Sole proprietor, C-Corporation, S-Corporation, Partnership, Trust and Non-profit organization.

Obtain Business Insurance

Business insurance is mandatory. Event planning businesses should secure general liability and other forms of insurance to protect the business owner’s interests. Several forms of insurance exist, so it’s best to speak with an insurance advisor to learn all of the requirements.

Whether you plan on starting a home-based business or if you will have a small office elsewhere, ask questions about these forms of insurance (but not limited to) as follows:

  • General liability
  • Product liability
  • Home-based insurance
  • Worker’s compensation
  • Criminal insurance
  • Health and other benefits


Pros of a Wedding Planner Home Business

There are several great benefits to becoming a wedding planner, including

  • Weddings continue to be a pivotal event in a couple’s life, and as a result, people are willing to spend a good deal of money to have it done right.
  • No education, training or certification is required to be a wedding planner.
  • Celebrating romance can be a fun way to make a living.
  • You can get started for little investment.
  • You can run the business from home.
  • If you pull off a good wedding, attendees will remember you for their weddings.


Work, Hours, and Pay

Wedding planners serve as the point person who must bring together all of the required professionals to execute a wedding event. That includes having ongoing and working relationships with people like the venue managers, catering managers, musicians and/or DJs, ceremony officiants, florists, photographers, furniture and linen rental companies, and more. And, of course, they must successfully market themselves to brides and grooms and their respective families.

Hours can be long, and because of the nature of the business, working weekends is a necessary reality. It can be a good job for someone who likes to be on the go, as much of the work involves meeting with vendors and potential clients at various locations. Potential clients often are only available to meet during the evening, so keep that in mind too.


Differentiate Your Services

You won’t survive if you are going to be just a “wedding planner.” To succeed in any industry, you need to have what is called a Unique Selling Proposition (USP). You could easily spend an entire day researching USP’s, and you probably should, but for the purpose of this article, you simply need to know that being specifically unique is a great thing.

There are wedding planners that focus on niche wedding themes, and others who cater only to a specific demographic. A profitable—and exhilirating—niche is planning adventure style weddings, allowing you to get paid while you travel to exotic locales. Really focusing on your target demographic will not only get you more clients, but will create the image that you are somewhat of an expert in your field.

Work Backwards on Your Leads

An easy way to understand what a prospect might need is to put yourself in the shoes of your potential customers and search through the options yourself. Do you automatically turn to the internet for ideas? If so, what were the first websites that caught your attention? What about family and friends who have hired planners in the past? A simple Facebook post might help you get valuable insights as to why some people chose their planner. You can even go direct, asking friends and family who were recently married exactly why they chose their planner.

Paying attention to those details will help you secure clients more effectively.

Develop Vendor Partnerships

Nothing is more valuable than reaching prospects at the time they are shopping for wedding-related services. Having a trusted vendor hand out your card to their customers is the best advertising you can get. Your target list here should include flower shops, wedding venues, stationery stores and of course, bridal wear outlets.

Some of these places will display your material at no charge but if you truly want results, then you should offer some incentives. You can partner with the stores to use their services exclusively, or even add coupon codes to your cards to track response rates and offer referral fees. Like most things money talks, and offering commissions can usually sway someone to your side.



Here are some beneficial skills an event planner will need to succeed in their career:

  • Attention to detail: An event planner should be able to identify and correct minute details, which could include proper spellings of names and a guest’s dietary preferences.
  • Organization: Event planners must be highly organized. They should be able to keep track of numerous tasks, vendors and to-do lists while keeping their clients happy.
  • Networking: Because the events industry is heavily people-driven and relationship-based, event planners need a large network of diverse event professionals, such as photographers, caterers and bands. Planners will regularly call upon this network to make their events more memorable to their clients.
  • Communication: Event planners need strong listening and speaking skills. They need to be able to understand what their clients are asking and share their own ideas and recommendations.
  • Creativity: Creativity is essential when planning an event since the job includes duties such as designing a unique theme for a wedding and creating an affordable decorating solution that meets a small budget.
  • Interpersonal: Event planners should be comfortable establishing and maintaining relationships with vendors, which will help make operations run more smoothly when they plan future events.
  • Problem-solving: Events often run on a strict schedule, yet unexpected situations are unavoidable. Event planners must be resourceful and flexible so they can make quick decisions.

The Only Local Moving Checklist You’ll Ever Need


There are so many to-dos when it comes to completing a move successfully. If you’re reading this, you are probably already well on your way to a successful move. To help you keep your move organized, here is our helpful moving checklist


Declutter the house: There’s no need to take things you no longer use to your new home, so open those closets and peak under those beds. Make organized piles of what you’re keeping, what you’re donating/selling, and what should go straight to the landfill. Purging before your move will make unpacking and organizing your new home feel much better.

Organize records: Make sure all of your important documents are in one place. Go ahead and obtain school records for your kids and medical/dental records from your health professionals.

Get a quote: While you’re here, contact us for free quotes from moving companies


Confirm moving plans: Touch base with your moving company and finalize the date and time for your move.

Order moving supplies: While you can always get new boxes from packing supply stores and places like Home Depot, there are several websites that allow you to order used moving materials, which are cheaper and better for the environment!

Start packing: There are probably plenty of items that you won’t really need to use over the next month or so like Christmas decorations or your ice cream maker. Start packing these infrequently used items so that as your moving date approaches, you’ll have less to do. Don’t forget that if the packing process just seems too overwhelming, Cheap does offer full service moving solutions.

Develop an unpacking plan: You likely already know where you’re headed. Think about how you want furniture arranged in your new house and where you want movers to place all your boxes. It’s helpful to clearly label your boxes with what room they go to in the new house.

Change of Address: Visit your local post office or go online to fill out an address for mail forwarding. Mail forwarding lasts for 6 months from your initial change of address request, so you’ll want to make sure all of your contacts have your updated mailing address.


Utilities: Contact your utility companies and schedule the end of service date for a day or two after your move. Make sure utilities are turned on at your new home prior to moving day.

Finish packing: Finish up the last of your packing. Make sure to pack all of your valuables and important documents in a separate box that you personally carry to your new home. Additionally, it’s smart to pack a box of things you’ll need for your first couple of nights in your new home. This way, items like linens, toiletries, a change of clothes, paper towels, are close on hand and you don’t have to dig through a bunch of boxes to find the essentials.

Inventory: Make sure you have a thorough inventory of all your items. This way you can easily check to make sure all of your belongings make it to your new home. It’s a good idea to take pictures of everything the movers are picking up so you can prove any loss or damage more easily.

Clean: Once the movers have loaded up the truck, make sure to do a thorough cleaning of your old home or apartment. To make things easier, schedule a maid service to do a deep cleaning for you, so it’s one less thing on your list.

Move!: Step aside and let the movers do their thing! Make sure you give clear instructions on where you want everything in your new place.


Get organized: Once the furniture is in place and the movers have taken off, get started with unpacking. Start with the kitchen, and then go room by room getting things organized.

Update Your Address: You’ll need to update your address with your bank and any credit card providers, order new checks, update your driver’s license. Also speak with your insurance agent to make any necessary updates to your insurance policies.

Meet the Neighbors: Get out and explore your new neighborhood!! Congrats, you’re all moved!


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You can be confident that our crews will be prepared with tools, mattress bags, wardrobe boxes, clean moving blankets, floor runners, and all other equipment necessary to safely protect your belongings and property during your move. Confidence in our ability to provide a first rate professional moving service allows us to include $1,000,000 of full replacement value insurance

moving company stands out from the crowd is not just our commitment to excellent service but also the pride our movers take in their work. Unlike many movers, we hire only full-time employees – no part-timers or day labour.

Moving Large, Bulky Items So You Don’t Have To

Have you ever tried to lift a big screen TV, sofa or piano? It’s not an easy task, even with a few friends by your side. Large and heavy items can be dangerous to move without the right equipment and training. If dropped or mishandled, these items can damage your flooring, the item itself, and even others. A professional moving company will have all the right equipment and lifting techniques to move any large items safely so you don’t have to risk it.

Packing and Unpacking for You

Packing and unpacking can be more stressful than the actual move itself. To make matters worse, poor packing is the number one cause of broken items. Fortunately, full-service movers can pack and unpack for you. They are trained to pack the right way and can do it in a fraction of the time.

Safely Transporting the Items

Not all of us are cut out for driving a large moving van. They are long, tall, wide, and filled with thousands of pounds of your belongings – what could possibly go wrong? In Canada, there are hundreds of rental truck accidents every year caused by people who are not skilled enough to drive these vehicles. If you want your items to arrive safely in one piece, your best bet is to hire a moving company with professionally trained drivers with the right licenses for the truck size.


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no move is too big or too small

help create a customized plan to fit the needs of your upcoming move. have a team of dedicated experts to guide you through the entire process from start to finish. From single-family homes to apartments, to retirement communities, to condos – no move is too big or too small.

4-8 weeks before moving day

Begin clearing clutter from your home. Start with closets, the garage, basement and attic.

Get rid of everything you don’t want moved. Host a “garage sale” or use an online auction service to dispose of unwanted items. Donate unwanted clothing or household goods to charitable organizations.

Contact Planes. Set a date for a virtual or in-home survey. This will allow us to properly estimate your upcoming move. If your move is a corporate relocation, share your company’s moving policy.

If this is a long distance move, make family travel plans. Reserve hotel rooms and airline tickets as needed.

Decide if you want to pack yourself – or if will you will take advantage of our professional packing services. We can always provide a quote to help you decide.

Confirm your moving service by signing the estimate/order for service and returning it to us. If you’re hiring us for a full-service move, read the “Your Rights and Responsibilities Manual” so everyone is on the same page. Keep the phone number and name of your salesperson and move coordinator handy.

Get packing supplies like boxes, tape, paper or bubble wrap, furniture blankets, mattress bags and markers. Contact Planes for high-quality, pro packing supplies.

As you start packing, label, label, label. You’ll thank yourself later!

Begin packing what you can. It’s never too early to box up items you know you won’t use before the move, such as books, pictures, knick-knacks and out-of-season clothing.

1-4 weeks before moving day

Use up supplies of canned goods, frozen foods and other household items. Buy only what you’ll need and use before moving.

Confirm details with Planes. Notify us if you add or subtract items or change move dates. Confirm any extra stops required to pick up or deliver goods during the move.

Say your goodbyes. Host going-away parties for you and your kids.

days before

Cancel subscriptions, cable and utilities, lawn maintenance and any other services.

Be aware that moving companies are not allowed to transport anything toxic, perishable or combustible. That includes anything with a warning label, cleaning supplies and grill tanks (we can take the grill, just not the tank).

Collect things you definitely want packed together and group them.

Drain all fluids from hoses, lawn mowers, propane tanks, etc.

If taking your fridge/freezer, it is recommended that the doors be left open for 24 prior to moving to avoid mold.

Wait to pack your cleaning supplies until you’ve done your last cleanup—especially if you have a security deposit. Don’t forget to clean the oven!

Have an essentials grab bag with toothbrushes, chargers, medicines paper towels, toilet paper, coffeemaker, paper plates/cups and plastic ware.

Unplug all electronic appliances 24 hours before so that they will be at room temperature.

Clear walkways of ice or snow.

If you’re using packing services, make a “do not pack” section and mark it clearly.

For long-distance move packing customers, labeling rooms will really help. Using painter’s tape, label the door to each room of your current home and ask the crew to inventory/mark company packed boxes accordingly. Then, use the same room labels at your destination.

move day

Be well-packed with boxes labeled.

As part of your move, we disassemble standard beds, but you’ll need to disassemble any specialty beds.

Secure designated parking as close to the house or apartment as possible.

If you’re using our packing services, group and label any extra-fragile items needing special attention to the packers.

Check closets, cabinets, drawers and any other storage spaces for overlooked items. Also keep in mind that we can’t go in attics or crawl spaces.

When your Planes moving professionals arrive, ask any questions you may have before they begin. Also, show them which bathrooms they can use.

Remain close by until loading is complete. And inventory will be emailed to you. Make sure to look it over.

Sign necessary paperwork (High-Value Inventory Form and Bill of Lading/Freight Bill). The High Value form will be filled out and given to first crew leader on site, either pack day or load day if not packing. Any items listed on the high value form must be available for inspection by the crew.

Confirm the exact destination address and your contact information with your move coordinator.

Be available to accept delivery or authorize an adult to accept delivery and pay any charges for you.

When unloading, be ready to direct where each piece of furniture will be placed, including laying rugs and setting up any beds that were disassembled.

Check your household goods as they are unloaded. Note discrepancies on the van operator’s copy of the inventory before signing. Keep all documents pertaining to your move in a safe place for tax filing purposes.

Check for property damage before the Planes team departs.



When is the best time to move?

The busiest times for moving companies are during the summer months, taking place roughly between May 15 – September 15. Near the ends of these months, the volume of shipments is extremely heavy—this tends to be the case for all professional relocation and moving companies.

It’s important to take all factors into consideration when deciding on the best time for you to move. If you have some flexibility in your schedule, providing the moving company with a five-day window for loading your shipment can be greatly beneficial. This will allow the individuals who schedule your drivers and moving crew greater flexibility when scheduling your move. If possible, try to be flexible with your arrival time frame as well—keep in mind that you most likely are not the only shipment the truck is currently moving. Offering a flexible time frame can make a world of difference, and make your entire process of moving much easier.

How do I select which moving companies will provide me with a free moving estimate?

Your first step is determining if you need a full service moving company. It’s a good idea to research local, national, and long distance moving companies— ask your neighbors, friends, coworkers and family members if they can make recommendations. Investigate each of the movers you select with the Better Business Bureau. Good service is the best measure of a good mover!

When should I begin contacting moving companies for free moving estimates?

Try to provide the moving companies with as much notice as possible, especially if you are moving during a busy summer season, as noted above. Six weeks from the actual move date is a great time frame for estimators to come into your home and complete a visual survey of your household goods shipment. It is also a good idea to add even more time to make a decision, in the event that you are obligated by your employer to submit moving estimates for a corporate relocation. Try to decide which mover you will use at least four weeks from your actual load day. Additionally, call the mover to confirm your booking and schedule your packing, loading and delivery dates. This time frame can be shortened if you are moving outside of the peak moving season (September 15 through May 15 are considered “off peak” months, which generally feature less moving traffic).

What happens when a relocation specialist comes to my home?

The relocation specialist will arrive at your home to complete the visual survey of your items. Once this is completed, he or she will calculate the weight, packing cost and any other charge related to your move—please remember that the relocation specialist must clearly see what you are moving in order to provide you with an accurate estimate. Crawl spaces, attics, and cluttered closets can often be deceptive, so organize your house well before the relocation specialist arrives.


things to keep handy on moving day

When prepping for a local or long distance move, it’s human nature to get caught up packing away all your personal belongings so there’s nothing left behind to scoop up at the end of an exhausting process. But what if you get to your new home and realize you need scissors, only to remember they’re tucked away deep in one (which one?) of the many boxes in the back of the truck?

We’ve been there, we’ve cursed ourselves for not being better prepared, and we’ve since compiled a list to keep you from suffering the same frustration. Here, we present a handy little checklist of the top ten things to have handy during the first 24 hours in your new home… just in case.

A last-minute packing kit including a spare box or bag(s), scissors, tape and magic marker (because yes, you’ll likely have forgotten to pack something)

Paper towels and toilet paper

Toiletries for first day or two: soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, shampoo, deodorant, razor

A set of utensils for each person (because Murphy’s law will enact itself if you have takeout delivered to the new casa before you’ve unpacked your kitchen stuff)

Pet food, bowls, leash and crate/bed

Prescriptions, allergy meds, aspirin, contact lens solution

Phone or iPod speakers (our completely unscientific research, i.e., personal opinion, finds the unpacking process to be approximately 97% more enjoyable when set to music)

Phone and laptop chargers

Snacks, snacks, snacks

Any other items that can make your first night more comfortable: a shower curtain & hooks if the new home doesn’t have an enclosed shower, a water filter if the new fridge doesn’t have one… whatever helps you settle into your new place with as little hassle as possible.

Even though we live in a world where practically everything’s available 24 hours a day, inconveniences are bound to present themselves when moving your life from one home to the next. A little bit of prep work can go a long way toward keeping your cool in the midst of a move, and taking a few minutes to set aside the essentials can mean the difference between sleeplessness and sanity.

Good Packing Services Make A Good Packaging

Must Know Packing Tips from Moving Services Professionals

Pack One Room at a Time

You should focus on one area of a room at a time and don’t mix various items from more than one room into a box. This will help you prevent miniature items from being thrown away mistakenly or lost during the packing and moving process. You can also use brightly colored packing paper to make sure nothing is forgotten about.

Label Everything Clearly

When you are moving from one home to another, things can get misplaced, this is simply a fact. However, if you take the time to label your boxes carefully, you will discover that it will be easy to get everything sorted out upon arrival. If you are still unsure of where you are going to move, then you may want to work with moving pros. They can provide insightful information to help you get ready for a move and help you find a new home.

Hire Professional Toronto Movers and Packers

If you simply don’t want to handle the move and pack on your own, then consider using Toronto moving services. These services can handle the entire move, offer packing services and provide supplies for moving, or just provide logistical advice on what to do. All of these can be quite helpful for a move.

If you Haven’t Used something in Years, Chances are You Don’t Really Need It

If you have items in your garage, closets or anywhere else that have not been used, touched or moved in years, then chances are you don’t really need these items. Have a garage sale or just donate the items to charity prior to the move. This will reduce the stress and hassle associated with the move, making it easier on everyone involved.

Don’t Box Up Everything You Own

There are likely some items you own that are to large or bulky to pack in a box, while other items are too valuable. If you have expensive family heirlooms, legal documents, important papers, jewelry or anything else with actual or intrinsic value, then it is a good idea to transport these yourself. Don’t pack them away in boxes and take the chance of them becoming lost or damaged.

Moving does not have to be difficult or challenging. Using the tips here, and taking the time to contact the professional movers Toronto, will help you with every step of the process.


Tips for packing glassware for transport

Choices of packing glassware for transport you have

Your options are vast and even greater if you are willing to invest a bit more in the safety of your fragile items. Packing glassware for transport requires a gentle hand and a proper packing material. The goal here is to make it as safe as possible. So, let us mention that you should use higher quality packing materials. Those can be plastic bins, Styrofoam, packing peanuts, bubble wrap, etc. Also, there are containers designed for protecting bigger pieces such as old fashioned mirrors, and sizeable picture frames. Check up on those online, there are thousands of options for you to choose from.

The moving box is your best friend

The absolute winner when it comes to packing is the moving cardboard boxes. Therefore, stock up nicely, to be sure that you have enough can pack everything. You’ll probably need up to 30 boxes, or even more, depending on the size of your relocation. Be sure that you take enough of small-sized ones, as well as the medium-sized. Big ones are ok for transporting lighter items and are not used for fragile items. For this occasion, you should focus on small and medium-size due to stability and they are easier to carry around.

Sort your items

You can’t start packing without figuring out first how much is there to pack. It will give you insight into how many packing materials you need and where to pay special attention. Inspect everything and figure out how many fragile items you possess. Therefore, you need a moving checklist, along with the inventory list. You should not forget to include those into your relocation plan, it will be twice easier to follow a step by step list as a guide. Not only to serve as a guide, but you will know if all your items are still there, once you start unpacking and inspecting the delivery.


Moving Saving Tips by Packing Services


Many moving service companies will try to give you the lowest “estimate” and this is how the low-ball moving scams begin. They will fight to book your job for the lowest price, you’ll like the estimate, but when you book the job and get going on the moving date, you will find out that whatever they sold you over the phone is completely untrue. Always get a guaranteed flat rate quote from a moving services company directly. Remember, estimates are only an estimation of the final price and are seldom accurate, if ever! Ask for a flat rate quote for the entire job.

When you move, be your own boss:

Never allow a moving company to be in charge! When you hire a moving company, they will tell you how the move will go and how much you are going to pay. With Packing Services, Inc. YOU are the boss, we do what you want us to do. With other moving companies they will TELL you that nothing can go onto their truck unless everything is packed, then the moving scams begin. With Packing Services, Inc. we do not force you to do anything. Whatever will pack whatever you require us to pack, we work for you! Remember you are the boss, so please be smart and make an informed decision. Tell us exactly what you want us to do and let us work hard for you.

Don’t Waste Your Time, think smart:

Let Packing Services, Inc. do all the heavy lifting, we are professionals with over ten years experience. We will accomplish in a just a few short hours what could possibly take you a small lifetime to complete. Why spend time stressing over your move. You do what you do for a living and let us lift the burden and put your mind at ease. The time it takes the average person to pack their own belongings can be quite extensive and will wind up paying much more than going with our services.


Packing services

At New Beginnings we can take the stress out of your move by providing packing services that ensure your valued possessions are safe and secure, ready for transit. Our friendly, experienced team can pack and unpack all your belongings, as well as place your furniture exactly where you want in your new home.

Dismantling/reassembling of furniture

Safe packing of household goods

Extra safe packing of fragile and special items

Get in touch with us to find out more.

DIY packing – Packing list checklist

We understand that you might want to do your own packing. We’ve provided a helpful packing list checklist (PDF guide to DIY packing) with tips, recommendations and packing advice. Here you’ll find the dimensions of our four types of packing boxes and suggestions as to what is best to pack in each. You’ll also find useful tips you may not think of yourself and that we will find very useful when we come to move you.

Packing boxes

We can supply you with packing boxes, tape and paper suitable for household and business items. The packaging materials we provide are good quality and tried and trusted by us. You need to be able to trust your boxes 100% when packing and moving so don’t be tempted to use the cheapest alternative you can find. The last thing you need is your belongings spilling out on the pavement outside your new home before you even start unpacking.


Full Packing Service

When you choose our full packing service we will pack up the entire contents of your property, be it a 1 bedroom flat or a 6-bedroom house. This will be done by a team of elite packers who have all the resources and skills necessary to make sure that all your belongings are efficiently and safely packed and organised to your specification. This service will usually be carried out the day before your move so everything runs seamlessly on the day.

Fragile Packing Service

When you choose our fragile packing service, we will pack all the china, glass and breakables in your property and provide boxes for you to pack all your non-breakables.

Do It Yourself Packing Service

Self-pack is the perfect choice for individuals wanting to pack their own items. With the self-pack option, we will supply you with all of the necessary basic packing materials that you will require to safely and efficiently wrap and box up all of belongings prior to your move. Boxes can be provided in numerous sizes – wardrobe boxes and book boxes for example to cover all your packing needs. Please see our packaging page for more information.

Our recommended moving kits will give you a guideline as to what you might need and also our packing tips page to help you with the packing process.

Hanging Clothes

Portable wardrobe boxes will be on our vehicles for your use on the moving day. If you are storing hanging garments we can provide these at an additional cost.