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European Removal Experts Offer Discounted Removals From South Of France And Spain

European Removal Experts, a London-based removals company serving clients moving to France, Spain and across the EU for domestic, business and educational purposes, are now offering great discounts on trips coming to the UK from the South of France and Spain.

In conjunction with undertaking removals projects for clients moving to France or Spain, European Removal Experts also specialise in transferring clients’ goods from these destinations and back to the UK. A service such as this is designed with corporations in mind, as it is these kinds of projects which often require regular transportation not only to France or Spain, but the UK from these countries.

It is for this purpose that European Removal Experts are offering considerable discounts on such trips. Trips from France to the UK are heavily discounted at up to 50% off the original price, and include van removal sizes of up to 16 cubic metres. Along with European Removal Experts’s guarantee of keeping to any pre-agreed time-frame requirements, clients using their service can be assured of receiving efficient door-to-door deliveries for exceptional value for money.

“At European Removal Experts, we keep updated on the latest needs of clients using our services – whether it’s for a family moving to Spain, or a business requiring removals from France to the UK,” comments Christian Popovici of European Removal Experts. “The Discounted Trips section of our website is regularly updated with the details of trips going in and out of the UK, and reflect what we identify as certain trips that our clients are using most often. This is simply so that clients can benefit from their dedicated use of our company and receive the discounts that we feel they deserve.”

Helping You Move To France

Moving to France can be a wonderful opportunity, but it can also come with a host of issues. One of the most important things that anyone has to consider is how they’re going to move their possessions, but this can also be one of the most difficult things to organise. There are, however, ways that people can make the process as quick and as easy as possible, so long as they know how to go about it.

Anyone who’s tried moving their possessions abroad themselves will know how difficult it can be, and that’s why it’s important to leave it up to the experts. By utilising professional removals services the whole process becomes incredibly painless, and anyone moving to France can be safe in the knowledge that their possessions will be joining them with no mistakes and no hassle.

The right company will be able to provide removals services from anywhere in the UK to anywhere abroad, ensuring that possessions are properly taken care of. Vehicles will be fully insured, and because everything is arranged by professionals, customers will be able to have complete peace of mind that their possessions will arrive safely all without any hassle on their part.

Of course, the right company needs to be chosen if people are to be confident that their possessions will be safe and properly looked after, and that’s why one of the best options would be European Removal Experts. At European Removal Experts, they offer dedicated door-to-door removal services from anywhere in the UK directly to the new residence abroad, even providing storage if needs be. They’re professional, reliable and always provide a quality service, so would be well worth considering.

So, moving to France really can be easy, so long as experts are consulted to make the whole process as simple as possible. European Removal Experts would be the perfect people to consult, and anyone looking for a quick and easy way to move their possessions to their new home would be well-advised to give them a call.

Moving To France Without The Stress

France remains one of the most popular destinations for disillusioned Brits who are looking for a better life for themselves and their families and believe that it lies just across the water.

Certainly, the warmer climate, varied landscape and rich culture go a long way to endear it to those currently living in the UK who are tired of long winters and the pub culture.

Many books, films and television shows encourage this trend with successful and unsuccessful stories of people who have dramatically changed their lives by emigrating – and even the negative stories have little effect on the morale of people who have set their hearts on moving to France.

Before you pull your kids out of school, sell your house and tell your boss what you really think of him, ensure that you are making the right decision by asking yourself – and your partner – some difficult questions. Of course it is true that you can always come back, but the financial and emotional cost of emigrating is large and therefore it isn’t something that should be taken lightly.

Deciding where you want to live, what sort of property you want to live in and what you can afford is probably the most important decision. Presumably you will have visited the part of France that you intend to move to – hopefully you aren’t considering moving to France without having been there! -and you have an idea about what properties are available. Ensure that the estate agents you are dealing with are registered, and that you are prepared for the rather more lengthy process that buying a property is in France, as compared to the UK.

When moving to France it is likely you will want to move most of your worldly possessions with you. Contact a reliable and experienced removals company such as European Removal Experts for help getting everything you love to your new home. They are fully insured and will help you with all aspects of moving to France.

Full and Part Load Removal Services

Moving house is generally a stressful time for a family, simply because of the sheer amount of planning, preparation and organisation involved for the move to run fluently. Unfortunately, moving is never as simple as putting your belongings in a rented van and driving to your new destination, as you need to consider packaging materials, a suitable method of transportation and possibly even the employment of a removal service to help you with the loading and unloading of your belongings.

‘Moving house’ tends to involve moving into a different county, or maybe even to and from countries close to each other, such as England and Wales. With this in mind, imagine the potential difficulties and stress involved if you and your family are moving to Belgium or France, or any other European country.

At European Removal Experts, we are a London-based company specialising in removals for those moving to France, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium and Holland, and we specify in mainly two types of removal service if you’re moving to Belgium.

Part load service would involve us removing you belongings from your current home and taking them to your new home in Europe. All items are on a vehicle that is shared by other customers, so the transportation costs are lower. All of your belongings are all placed in an inventory for secure transit.

For a more personal service, consider full load removals. Your belongings are in an unshared vehicle rather than a divided one, and we aim to use the same loaders and unloaders for the removal process.

When you’re moving to France, make us here at European Removal Experts your first port of call for an efficient service based on high quality, security and reasonable prices.

Moving to France Beware of Local Traditions

If you are one of the many Britons who are thinking of moving to France to begin a new life, the chances are you will have already spent many years taking holidays there. This is usually how people form an attachment to a particular town or region, but before you rush headlong into buying a property there are some important factors you should take into account before moving to France. We have to be realistic about this, because there have been many stories of people leaving Britain to set up a new home in a rural idyll only to find that the reality can be very different to the dream.

Ten years ago, a friend of mine moved with his family to the Limousine region and was initially delighted by the reception they received from the locals. Everyone was very friendly, to the extent that when my friend mentioned he was carrying out some building work on the property he had bought his new friends immediately offered their help. The thing is, a couple of weeks later when he was relaxing in the afternoon sun, his neighbour arrived at the front door and demanded  that he come and help with some work at his home.

You could argue that this kind of thing will happen if you were planning on moving to Holland or moving to Germany, but apparently this is the local tradition in Limousine. If someone does you a favour, they can demand ‘repayment’ at anytime, so be warned!

European Property Renovation – Things to Consider

Despite the effects of the recession, European property renovation is still a viable way to facilitate a move to another country in Europe – and not only is it a great excuse for e.g. Moving to Belgium or moving to France, but it can be a lot of fun too.

Some places in Europe will be better destinations for a property renovation project than others; for example, the reason why when we think of European property renovations we think of France, and that is because, uniquely, France has an abundance of old “character” properties just waiting to be snapped up by eager Brits relocating to France.

With the French experience in mind then, is European property renovation a good idea? Well this demands squarely on your own commitment to moving to France to live in a renovated property. As quite simply, renovation will always be a real challenge despite the abundance of suitable properties throughout Europe.

There are many things that will make a renovation project difficult – from the red tape that is common in a country like France in particular, and of course the language barrier. However all these problems can easily be surmounted and if you are able to foster a genuinely good relationship with builders (or masons) etc, then you really do have a real shot at building a dream home.

Whatever your reasons for moving to France or anywhere in Europe, whether it’s for property renovation or otherwise, with European Removal Experts we like to think that we take all the hassle out of moving day.

Tips for Moving to Belgium

Moving to Belgium can be an incredible experience, but if you want the whole process to be enjoyable there are a few things you’ll need to remember. So, here are some tips to make moving to Belgium as hassle-free as possible.

1.    Plan ahead. This is probably the most important point as you can’t hope to get everything sorted if you leave it until the last minute, so as soon as you’ve decided that you are moving to Belgium, you need to get planning.

2.    Get the best exchange rates that you can. You’ll probably have to keep a close eye on your budget when you first move abroad, as high exchange rates can seriously eat into it. Shop around for the best rates, or consult brokers who can help.

3.    Get your insurance sorted as early as possible. Insurance is essential when you’re moving abroad, so make sure you have it sorted quickly. Remember that policies could differ abroad, so always do your research.

4.    Consult the professionals. You’re always going to need help when you’re moving to Belgium, so make sure to consult solicitors, local authorities and removals services such as European Removal Experts to make sure that everything’s dealt with in good time.

Moving to Belgium, or any European country, will obviously require a company to conduct the removals of your belongings. It is essential to employ the services of a company that is flexible and affordable without compromising on quality, as the transportation of your items forms the backbone of any European relocation project.

European Removal Experts operate during the day, evenings and weekends to offer a service to suit any requirements.

The Beauty Of Moving To Holland

For anyone moving to Holland, they’re bound to be incredibly excited about the journey ahead of them. However, they’ll also be nervous about all the considerations they now have to make, and the to-do list will only get bigger. So, to help anyone looking to start their new life abroad, here are a few major points to remember when moving to Holland.

– The new residence. Of course, before anyone can even start on the rest of the points, the new home abroad has to be finalised. It’s worth bearing in mind that the buying and selling process abroad will often be very different to how it’s done in the UK, so people need to be prepared to spend time making sure that everything is to their satisfaction.

– Visas/residency papers. Depending on how long people are moving to Holland for, they’ll need some kind of certification that allows them to be in that country. Failing to have the proper papers in place can lead to a huge range of problems, so it’s essential that everything’s taken care of.

– The language barrier. Anyone moving to Holland should always try to learn Dutch before they get there, particularly if they’re moving to more rural areas. Many people will speak English but it’s still wise to learn their own language, as this not only shows respect but also helps people to feel like they’re part of the community.

– Moving their possessions. This is one of the most important points to remember but also the one that’s often left until the last minute, and that can be a big mistake. It’s essential to find reputable removal services (such as European Removal Experts) that can collect and deliver possessions safely and securely, ensuring that there’s no damage along the way.

These are just a few of the points that anyone moving to Holland should bear in mind, and if they can tick these ones off the list they’ll be well on their way to a happy and successful new life abroad.

Mistakes To Avoid When Moving To Switzerland

Out of all the countries in Europe, Switzerland can often seem the lucky one. Financially secure, naturally beautiful and with citizens who seem to lead a blessed existence – it’s no wonder that people seem to be moving to Switzerland in their droves.

But is the reality really so sweet?

Moving to Switzerland is more or less stressful than moving to any other country in the world, the only difference is it might feel worse because your expectations are so much higher.

Migrants, moving to Switzerland, often imagine that their economic future is now secure, and they will be able to afford luxuries like an expensive Swiss watch just like the man in the advert. What they don’t realise is that Switzerland is a very expensive country to live in – after rent, bills, travel and other essentials, there may not be any money left over for the luxuries.

The other problem that can occur for migrants moving to Switzerland is an inability to create new social networks. The Swiss have a reputation for being polite and courteous, but they are also reserved. Invitations to impromptu dinners, late nights drinking and Sunday lunches are not going to land in the laps of new arrivals in a hurry. This can create a deep sense of loneliness for the migrant and their family, and if extended for too long, can lead to questioning the wisdom of leaving a secure life at home behind.

It isn’t all bad news though. Taking the time to learn about the language (not all four of them, perhaps just the one spoken where you live and work) culture and social habits of the Swiss will help you understand them and take things less personally. The most important thing is to take a realistic view and accept that things will be a little difficult in the beginning.

What doesn’t have to be difficult is moving your belongings when you are moving to Switzerland. Contact European Removal Experts for easy and reliable help. They are experienced, fully-insured and able to help with any questions you might have.

Advice On Moving To Germany

At 82 million inhabitants, Germany has the largest population of all of the EU countries and also ranks third with a huge number of international migrants who have made it their new home.

Its geographical position and strong economy makes it well-placed as a strong business centre, and many families find themselves moving to Germany as part of a career move on behalf of one of the parents.

The advice on moving to Germany is similar to advice on moving to any other country in the world; much of it recommends planning in the first instance and then moves on with suggestions to help to assimilate with locals and being familiar with customs and etiquette. Happily, much of the hard work can be done months before moving to Germany, meaning that when you arrive it shouldn’t feel like too much of a culture shock.

Hopefully, you will have had the opportunity to visit Germany and, in particular, the part where you are moving to, several times. In that time you may have made some friends or just acquaintances – perhaps a friendly owner of a local coffee shop – ensure that you tell everyone that you are moving to Germany and you may be surprised at the encouraging welcome you will receive on your next (long-term) visit.

Learning some German before you move is essential. With the amount of self-learning tools available either online, in books and tapes, and classes offered in adult education centres, there really is no excuse to not be able to master at least the basics. People will appreciate this and warm towards you – equally, you may be the subject of some mild derision if you cannot say please or thank you in German.

Learning the language, studying the culture, establishing contacts for work and planning the move are the essentials for moving to Germany. Contact European Removal Experts for efficient removals of all your belongings – domestic or commercial – and up to three weeks of Long and Short Term Storage.