Your New House Number

Let’s face it, moving house, upping sticks and taking all your belongings with you, ready to begin a new life elsewhere (whether this means five minutes or five hundred miles away), is stressful enough without worrying oneself about whether the number of your new residence will be  lucky  for the years to come. Most people probably have never thought about this, never considered choosing somewhere because of the door colour or number (quite right too, we say), but a recent report in the Daily Mail has said that maybe we should not be so flippant about these things. Apparently, the most unlucky number to live at is 33, whilst those who reside at number 76 are the least likely to suffer burglary or fire. Interestingly enough, almost half of the 6,000 adults interviewed for the article said they would go out of their way to avoid living at number 13. Of course, wherever you’re living, with whatever number on the door, negligence on the part of the homeowner is always a factor when it comes to protecting yourself and your family, so keep your stuff locked up tight.Although here at Rogerson transport removals Dublin we cannot help you choose the place you’ll be moving too, or indeed chase away any bad luck that may be lurking there, but we can help your move go as smoothly as possible.