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Corona Virus-proofing your home

Posted on 14th April 2020 by Master Removers

You and your family, along with the rest of the country, are in lock-down. And while this measure dramatically improves everyone’s chances of prospering and staying well, it doesn’t entirely eliminate risks. That’s because, when we go out for exercise, shopping or to help someone vulnerable, we come into contact with a variety of people […]


Moving House During Coronavirus

Posted on 13th March 2020 by Master Removers

It’s the word on everyone’s lips at the moment: coronavirus. This health hazard, with its deceptively innocuous name, is rampaging through the world, causing lock-down in some territories and flight bans in others. And the advice changes from region to region, as do the attitudes. While some are breezily dismissive of the threat, casually referring […]


Myths About Moving House – Part 1

Posted on 27th November 2019 by Master Removers

By the time you pack up your house and set out for pastures new, you will in all likelihood already have encountered 101 myths, usually negative, about the process. Some of them become self-fulfilling prophecies – things you bring into being just by expecting them. Others may not come true but will still cast a […]


Moving House In November

Posted on 14th October 2019 by Master Removers

When we think of new starts and new beginnings, we instinctively thing of the springtime months – April and May, perhaps. After all, what could be more fitting than to move into your brand new dream home in the time of the year most commonly associated with rebirth and renewal? However, it could quite plausibly […]


When Do I Start Moving House?

Posted on 5th August 2019 by Master Removers

A million and one words have been written about how hard it is to move house. It’s had the unfortunate effect of becoming an ever-worsening self-fulfilling prophecy. Whole nations have effectively gas-lighted themselves into believing that moving house will be as gruelling, nay soul-destroying, as the death of a spouse or a child. While it’s […]


We Were Featured in the LSE 1000 Companies To Inspire 2019

Posted on 12th July 2019 by Master Removers

We are very proud to have been featured in “1000 Companies to Inspire” which is London Stock Exchange Group’s celebration of some of the fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK and Europe. As well as identifying 1,000 companies, the annual reports examine in detail the opportunities and challenges facing […]


Moving a Family Member Into Sheltered Housing/Assisted Living

Posted on 22nd May 2019 by Master Removers

It’s that time in a loved one’s life to which no one’s particularly looking forward. And, short of premature death, it’s almost inevitable. Lucky and few are those who stay sprightly and fully independent into their nineties. Sometimes, looking into housing options that allow for independence while also ensuring that someone is always on site […]


Whats it Like to be Gypsy Traveller

Posted on 11th April 2019 by Master Removers

In the past, we’ve looked at people who move frequently because of the nature of their jobs (e.g. property development) or because they’re trying to fall into a particular catchment area in order to benefit their children. But what about people who move simply as a way of life? LIVING LIFE ON THE MOVE The […]


Tips For Moving Children To The Country

Posted on 12th February 2019 by Master Removers

For all the parents who think that raising children in an urban environment such as the capital will give them an incomparably stimulating, exciting and sociable upbringing, there are just as many who feel strongly that a rural or village childhood cannot be beaten when it comes to safety, space, clean air and plenty of […]


How frequently do people move house in the UK compared to Europe

Posted on 17th January 2019 by Master Removers

Just how inclined to settle down in one place are people in the UK? Are the figures different for owners as opposed to renters? And how, in our moving habits, do we compare to our Continental cousins? Thanks to research* carried out in the last two years, a picture of comparative moving trends can be […]