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4 Ways to Cope With Moving Stress

July 3rd, 2018
Moving is definitely one of the most stressful events we’ll go through in our lives. Not only are you packing up your life in small boxes, you’re saying goodbye to a life you’ve known for many years to start over in a new place. No wonder you’re stressed! But thankfully there are ways to reduce… read more

What Do You Do While Your Movers are Working?

June 22nd, 2018
You may have spent weeks and months stressing over your upcoming move, gathering boxes, staying up all night packing, setting up utilities in your new place, etc. But now that moving day is finally here, what do you do? Twiddle your thumbs? Stay out of the way? Get involved and help? The lines can be… read more

7 Things to Toss Before You Move

May 19th, 2018
Moving is a great opportunity to purge. All that stuff that has cluttered your home for years can now be thrown out or donated to make room for your new life in the new place. De-cluttering now before your move will result in a less expensive relocation, not to mention it will be a whole… read more

4 Tips for Moving a Messy Room

April 9th, 2018
If you live with a constantly messy room, you know how stressful and overwhelming it can be just to walk in there. When messes are so big, sometimes you assume it’s better to ignore it rather than face the problem head on. But we’re here to help you de-clutter everything so you can lower your… read more

The Impacts on Moving with School-Aged Children

March 26th, 2018
As if dealing with the daily moods and milestones of your school-aged children wasn’t overwhelming enough, now you face the biggest challenge of all: a move.In addition to logistics, there are many things to consider regarding the impact on your kids, from emotional to practical. It can be stressful on everyone involved when facing a… read more

5 tips for moving your fine arts

March 21st, 2018
Moving art and art installations is not an easy job. It requires a lot of planning and preparation, irrespective of whether you are transporting sturdy objects or fragile items. While delicate movables demand special care, sturdy objects also need to be packed carefully. Moving fine art requires special attention and precautions. It is essential to plan each… read more

3 Tips for Storing Your Antiques

February 28th, 2018
If you’re the lucky owner of antiques who also happens to be facing a move in the near future, the prospect of moving those valuables may set you up for a mild panic attack. After all, you spent a lot of money on them and you know just how fragile they can be. One crack, dent… read more

Checklist For Moving Out of State

January 29th, 2018
Moves of any kind can be a scary proposition, but one that brings you out of state, possibly even several states to clear across the country, can pose unforeseen challenges that strike fear into the hearts of many a family, couple or single. Requiring high levels of preparation and planning, you need a clear plan of… read more

5 Tips for Moving in Winter

January 24th, 2018
If you had your choice, you’d probably choose to move in the warm weather, preferably in the summer. But it doesn’t always work out the way you’d like. Sometimes, work relocations, divorces, and other circumstances just don’t wait for the best weather. That means you’re likely facing a move this winter, when the weather is… read more

Common Moving Myths Debunked

January 15th, 2018
We’ve all heard the nightmare moving stories, the legends and the tales. Some tips and warnings are repeated over and over online and taken as gospel. Others have some basis in truth but have been exaggerated to fit the situation. Rumors morph into facts, accidental acts are looked at as standard operating practice and personal… read more

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