Best Way to Pack Awkward or Fragile Items

May 17th, 2017
The biggest challenge for any move is arguably the packing phase. Clothes are no problem — just throw them in a box and you’re done. With fragile items, such as frames and artwork, you have to take your time to ensure they’re wrapped and packed correctly. Most movers won’t accept liability for anything they didn’t… read more

Planning a Long-Distance Move

April 17th, 2017
Moving halfway or all the way across the country can seem like an insurmountable task. This type of move is inherently different than a local one, and you need a professional with experience in moving long distances. There is a lot to consider with a long-distance move, with logistics at the heart of it all.… read more

Tips for Estate Packing and Moving

April 14th, 2017
When a loved one dies, perhaps your parents, and you’re left with the process of sorting through their estate, you can understandably feel overwhelmed. This is definitely something that shouldn’t be rushed, but when you’re ready to tackle the job, you need to approach it strategically. There are many reasons why you would need to… read more

Packing Tips from the Experts

March 27th, 2017
You’ve got the logistics down, you have the dates set, you have the movers ready. Now you’re looking around at all your stuff and wondering how you’re going to get it from here to there. No worries. Take each room at a time with a strategic approach. If time is on your side, try not… read more

Prepping Your Piano for a Move

March 19th, 2017
If you’ve ever been asked by a friend to move their piano, you know just how heavy, awkward and cumbersome the process can be. It’s never a good idea to try and move a piano on your own or with a buddy. Without the proper equipment and safety gear, you could do real damage to… read more

5 Items That are Harder to Move Than You Think!

January 28th, 2017
When planning a move to a new home or office, you may be thinking about boxes and boxes of belongings that need to get from point A to point B. But what you may be forgetting are those large, awkward or heavy items and how hard they will be to move. Sometimes there are items… read more

Preparing for a Long-Distance Move

January 12th, 2017
Whether you’re looking to move several states over or clear across the country, facing a long-distance move can be terrifying to say the least. Not only do you have to worry about the timing and logistics, you have to worry about making sure your family is ready for a move of this magnitude. You also… read more

How to Save Money on Moving Costs

December 13th, 2016
When you’re shelling out huge amounts of money at closing for a down payment on your new home, plus spending money on making it move-in ready, it can be yet another headache to think about adding moving costs on top of all that. Because your home is the biggest investment you’ll ever make, you don’t… read more

Get Into Your New Home Before the Holidays — Stress-Free

December 13th, 2016
The holiday season is upon us. The purchase and sale has been signed, you attended the closing, you’re cleared to be in your new digs by Christmas. While you’ll do anything you can to be moved into your new home for the holidays, you don’t want to deal with the stress of it all —… read more

Top 5 Cities People are Moving to in DFW

November 6th, 2016
The Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex continues to grow year after year, making it the place to be when it comes to living, working and raising a family. In fact, it has experienced the second-largest population boom in the state for the second year in a row, behind only the Houston metro area, according to U.S. Census Bureau… read more

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