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Want to move without compromising on your wants and lifting a finger for your needs? Every expat has different priorities and preferences. If this is what you are looking for, then go for it. The services may come at a price but hey, you get what you pay for, right? If that saves you time, trouble and heartbreak over your precious items, it may very well be worth it. Moving out of the country does not mean that you will have to leave your high life behind.

Move manager

Just like how you may hire a wedding planner for your big day, you may want to hire a move manager for your big move - either in your home country, destination or both. The move manager will do a site recce, point out things that you have to do, answer your burning questions, and engage all the services you require. Acting as a consultant, they provide valuable advice and competitive quotes due to their partnership with various providers.

White glove concierge

A big part of the work after the shift is the unpacking. Some expats take months to sort fully out the mountain of boxes when they cannot find the time. Indeed, after a day’s work, it is hard to muster the energy to do all those chores. Want to magically turn your new bare apartment into what it used to be? Or, at least, a functioning one, without you having to dig into one of the cartons whenever you need something.

A white glove concierge service will get people to put all your items into place. This means clothes hung up and folded neatly in your wardrobes, children rooms ready for play, bathroom equipped with your personal toiletries, and miscellanous things all packed into drawers, storage units the way you want them to be.

Handyman service

Often, getting your new apartment gets more tedious. This includes setting up the new lighting you just bought, assembling your furniture together, and hanging up those pictures on the wall. You do not have to break a sweat now, with a handyman. Handy, aren’t them?

Special packaging

Are there fragile items that you want to protect? As thicker papers can create minute scratches on glass, crystal or porcelain, fine tissue paper is usually used to wrap such items. For cushioning, the wares are then wrapped with corrugated boards and an extra layer of unmarked newsprint paper.

Unbeknownst to the layman, there is a wide selection of materials that can be used to pack and protect items. If you have any display valuables such as sculptures and flat screen television, you can actually opt for made-to-measure crates! Your mover will know how to protect them accordingly with clever use of materials such as high-density styrofoam and bubble wraps.

It is slightly trickier if you have fine art pieces. The mover will have to be very meticulous in the packing process. Before the artwork can be packed, it will be strapped with non-sticky strips to prevent it from coming into contact with the wrapper. Paraffin paper, which is waxy on one side, is used for the wrapping as it acts as a layer of waterproofing and prevents moisture from getting in. Further, desiccants are also added to prevent atmospheric moisture damage. Lastly, the artwork is protected with bubble wraps and customised picture frames.

Did I mention that you even have a standing wardrobe packaging to avoid ironing your clothes all over again?


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