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4 FAQs People Have Before They Move

October 9th, 2017
Moving brings with it all the excitement of starting a new journey in a new place, but it also brings all the stress of trying to pack up your life and rebuild. It can be a confusing time. Half your life is packed in boxes, and the other half is a mess. Trying to keep… read more

Why is Fall the Best Time to Move?

October 2nd, 2017
You may assume spring or summer is the best time to move due to the warm weather and the fact that school’s out. Well, those are good reasons if that’s what works out for you. However, the best times to move are actually fall and even winter. Many Americans choose to hunker down in fall and… read more

How to Welcome Your New Neighbors

September 4th, 2017
It’s considered good neighborhood etiquette to welcome new families as they set up shop in your neck of the woods. Just think about it: you’re new to an area, you don’t know anyone, you may be unfamiliar with the roadways, the schools, restaurants and shops. On top of that, you’re overwhelmed with the stress of moving and… read more

Know Your Rights: How to Avoid Being Taken Advantage of by a Moving Company

August 21st, 2017
Moving is a stressful experience in its own right — without adding less-than-reputable moving companies into the mix. But you have to be diligent when choosing the right company so you’re not taken advantage of. Unfortunately, there are many movers out there that will try to take advantage of your trusting nature. This year, about 35… read more

What are the Different Types of Moves?

July 26th, 2017
From local to long-distance, you likely heave heard of the many services that moving companies around you offer. There are many types out there, so let’s go over them so you know exactly which kind you need. First off, the type of move offered by a company is usually determined by the size or description… read more

Moving Mistakes to Avoid

July 10th, 2017
Moving is never an easy process. Even if everything goes smoothly, it’s still quite stressful as you pack up all your belongings and relocate to a whole new life. There are many potential pitfalls involved, from wear and tear on your body to damage to your household goods to unexpected fuel costs, says Better Homes… read more

The True Costs of Moving

June 9th, 2017
Budgeting for a move is not as cut and dried as you may initially think. Your moving costs don’t end with the quote you get from the movers. You have to dig a little deeper to get the true cost of your move. Moving is expensive, that’s for sure. But when you know all the… read more

Your Guide to Changing Your Address and More

June 6th, 2017
Moving isn’t just about boxes and trucks. A lot of the prep work for a move involves behind the scenes work, changing your address, canceling subscriptions, and finding new schools and doctors. We’ve come up with a quick guide to help you along in your move. Preparation is half the battle! From finances and utilities… read more

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

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