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Moving Office to Anywhere in Ireland

For over 45 years Allen Removals have been working throughout Ireland and the UK to ensure a smooth office move service for our clients. We understand that there are many things to consider and plan, so our trained corporate move specialists work with you to devise a plan that eliminates stress and ensures a smooth transition to your new location.

Fully Insured & ISO 9001 registered

We are fully Insured & ISO 9001 registered so you can be confident knowing that you’re entrusting your home and your treasured possessions to a remover that meets high standards of consumer protection.

Office Weekend Moves

We provide weekend moves and relocations, meaning you leave your old office on Friday evening and walk into your new office on Monday morning.

IT Relocation

When it comes to servers, computers and anything “IT”, our staff undergo training as technology advances to keep them on the cutting edge of the industry. This allows us to provide IT relocation including cabling and full network testing.

If you are looking to move office in Dublin or any Country in Ireland or UK, contact our team or click here for more on Our Office Move Services.

Moving From Dublin to London

Moving from Dublin to London

We can all imagine that the cost of living in London is expensive and it would be hard for anyone to stay if it is more or less expensive than Dublin. The average cost of a one-bedroom apartment in the city is £1,500 per month with Utility bills, transportation, and food comparable with Dublin.

If you will be looking for a new job in London, job prospects are currently good. There are many opportunities in the city especially for skilled workers with the average salary in London being £35,000 per year.

There are so many things to do and see in London, from the historic buildings to the beautiful parks and gardens. You should also plan on visiting some of the many museums and art galleries. London has some of the best museums in the world, and you can learn a lot about the city’s history and culture by visiting them. If you are interested in art, you will find that there are many art galleries in London. You can also visit some of the historic buildings, such as the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace.

If you are interested in shopping you can visit some of the many shops and department stores in the city, or you can go to the markets and stalls to find some great bargains.

London also has some of the best restaurants in the world, and you can find some great food in areas such as Camden, Islington, Shoreditch, Clapham and Soho.

Making the decision to move from Dublin to London is a big one, but we have created a few posts that may help reduce your stress.

Moving With Pets

If you are looking to move with Pets, it is important to remember that they can be affected by moving home because they can become anxious and stressed in new environments. We have created a post that will give you a few tips when moving with a Dog or Cat.

Buying or Renting in London

If you are buying a place in London, or even committing to long term lease, please take a look at our ‘Knowing its your dream home post’ where we detail a few tips and “things to remember” before your move.  

Packing Tips

Finally, the thought of packing might be keeping you up at night, but check out our Packing tips when Moving Home article here.

At Allen Removals we have built a reputation as efficient, professional and careful movers to people in Ireland and the UK and have helped many people and families make the move from Dublin to London and London to Dublin.

If you would like to get a quote from us, please visit or Moving Quote page here.

Packing Tips when Moving House

Packing Tips when Moving Home

In this post we have detailed a few important tips to think about when packing for a house move.

Packing when moving house can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. Here are some tips to help make the process a little easier:


1. Start early


Don’t leave packing until the last minute. Start packing up non-essential items a few weeks before the move. This will make the process less stressful and give you more time to focus on the essentials.


2. Get organised


Label all your boxes with the contents and the room they need to go in. This will make unpacking a lot easier.


3. Pack heavy items first


Pack heavier items first so they are at the bottom of the box. This will make the box easier to carry and prevent items from shifting during the move.


4. Use packing materials


Use packing materials such as bubble wrap or packing paper to protect your items.


5. Don’t overpack


Don’t overpack your boxes. This will make them difficult to carry and could cause items to break.


6. Get help


If you are feeling overwhelmed, ask friends or family to help with packing.

If you need help with moving house, give our experts a call on (+353) 1 451 3585 or visit the contact page on our site by clicking here 
Moving into a new house with a dog

Moving House with Pets

Pets provide us with companionship, love, and laughter. They are there for us when we are happy and when we are sad. They are part of the family. In this blog post, we look at how moving home may affect dogs and other animals?

Dogs, cats and other animals can be affected by moving home because they can become anxious and stressed in new environments. It is important to try and make the transition as smooth as possible for them by taking them for walks in the new area and getting them used to their new home gradually.

Below we have detailed a few important things to remember when moving house with a Dog.

  • Make sure your dog is microchipped and registered with your new address
  • Ensure your dog is vaccinated and up to date with their worming and flea treatments
  • Research the area you are moving to, in advance, to make sure there are dog-friendly parks and beaches nearby
  • Pack your dog’s favourite toys and blankets to help them settle into their new home
  • Introduce your dog to their new home gradually, letting them explore a little bit each day
  • Create a safe space for your dog in their new home, with their bed, food and water bowl, and toys

Things to remember when moving house with a cat

  • Ensure your cat is microchipped and up to date with their vaccinations. This will help to ensure that they can be easily identified if they happen to escape during the move.
  • Keep them indoors for at least a week before the move, and for a week after, to give them time to adjust to their new surroundings.
  • Make sure you have a designated ‘safe room’ for them to stay in during the move itself, where they can hide away if they start to feel overwhelmed.

Click here for more information on our Home Moving Services

We understand that each customer has different requirements, which is why we offer a flexible and personalised service to ensure that your needs are met. We also offer a free, no obligation quotation so why not get in touch with us today!

Packing up contents in a Box for office Move

Looking to move house?

Here are a few tips to help make your move as smooth as possible:

  1. Plan Ahead. The more organised you are, the less stress you will feel. Make a list of everything you need to do and when you need to do it. This will help you stay on track and avoid any last minute rushing.

  2. Box It Up If you can, start packing up your belongings well in advance. This will help to minimise the amount of work you have to do on the day of your move.

  3. Get Help If you can, enlist the help of friends or family members to help you move. This will make the process a lot quicker and less stressful.

  4. Label Everything Labelling your boxes will make it much easier to find what you need once you have unpacked. This will also help to keep your moving process organised.

  5. Take Your Time Don’t try to rush through your move. This will only lead to more stress. Take your time and enjoy the process.

At Allen Removals, we are an expert house and home removal company with over 45 years experience we are sure to help you if you are looking to move house. We understand that moving home can be a very stressful time, which is why we offer a professional and reliable removal service to help make the process as smooth as possible.

We offer a range of services to suit your needs, whether you are moving locally, nationally or internationally. Our services include:

We understand that each customer has different requirements, which is why we offer a flexible and personalised service to ensure that your needs are met. We also offer a free, no obligation quotation so why get get in touch with us today!

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Planning your office move

Moving is a stressful but regular part of life. It’s never an easy decision to make regardless of if it’s a household move or a business move. While many businesses start out in smaller premises to save money, many find they have to move to a new space once their needs change. This could be down to rapid growth, a better location or being closer to your target market. It’s all too easy to get bogged down in paperwork and cardboard boxes that pile up during this process, meanwhile you still have a business to run. To make this process a little easier we’ve compiled a list to help you plan ahead so your office move goes as smoothly as possible.

1: Be clear about your reasons for moving:

To find your new commercial location, you should first think about why you are relocating your office. Moving your office is a big change and big changes in business are often risky. You should be crystal clear on why you feel a move is necessary and essential for your business. Some of the more common reasons for moving an office are:

Lower property costs:

Property costs can be very high for some businesses and rising real estate costs could be a huge motivation for moving to a newer (and cheaper) space. You may be searching for a cheaper location or a property that has similar rental costs but better amenities.

Better opportunities to find new talent:

You might be struggling to find qualified, skilled individuals for your business because your location is too remote or requires a long commute. Moving to a more convenient, central location could help improve your employee pool immensely.

Get closer to your target market:

Your current location might not place you close enough to your target market and your business may be suffering as a result. Finding a location that puts you closer to your target market could help improve business.

Improved lifestyle for you and your employees:

You might be a small business who are looking for a new location that is closer to your home and/or the homes of your most key employees. You might also want to improve your workplace culture by moving closer to other amenities such as outdoor areas, restaurants/lunch spots or other businesses that could potentially compliment the culture of your business.

Opportunity for business growth:

Maybe you settled on your current location when you were just starting out and now you realise that it’s not the best place to continue growing your business.

A few questions to consider before moving:

When do you want to move by?
Is there a deadline?
Where are you moving to?
When do you have to or want to move by?
What constraints do you have with your current office?

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Hire an Office Move Broker

2: Hire a broker

A broker is an individual who can help you find property and works as a go between, between you and your estate agent. A good broker will be able to help you find an appropriate property that will satisfy your business needs without breaking the bank. They tend to specialise in certain types of buildings and areas so once you determine what you need from your new location, look for a broker who is specialised and experienced.

It’s advisable to try and hire a broker early in your moving process so that they have time to present plenty of location options to you. Your real estate agent can help you find the right broker for your needs, alternatively you can talk to other contacts in your business community for recommendations.