Packers are typically very experienced in packing household goods. They work quickly and efficiently, and they are expected to pack carefully while ensuring that each box is not over packed or under packed.
If you are relocating and using professional movers, you have some understanding of the documents the moving company will have and what each document addresses. If you’re not an attorney, contracts can be intimidating.
If you are an expert mover, you already know about all the classic mistakes to avoid, such as moving during rush hour, undervaluing your moving insurance, and failing to obtain a written estimate.
Winter can be a good time to move your home. In general, you can find rental trucks are less expensive and professional movers are more available. However, moving in winter can also present some special issues. Here are some tips for moving during the winter.
Organization and planning ahead are critical to a smooth move. But, what if you have valuable sterling silver or silver plated serve ware and utensils? These items need extra care in order to arrive in good condition at your new home. We have compiled a list of tips and moving essentials for transporting your silver items.
Relocating your household can be expensive, so it is understandable if you want to cut costs where you can. Professional packing may be one of those costs you wish to forgo, but you may have specific, individual circumstances where paying packers makes sense.
What better way is there to de-clutter while making some extra cash as you are getting ready to move to your new home? A garage sale is a great way to lighten the load. In addition, it can be a fun method of bringing neighbors together to have a neighborhood sale, which will attract more shoppers.
- Household Moving
- Posted on 08/16/2016
Moving day is around the corner, and – amazingly – you are completely packed. Well, wait a minute. You still have the aquarium and your pet clown fish, the indoor Ficus Benjamina that reaches the ceiling, and the gilt harp in the corner of the upstairs den. How do you move stuff like that? We’ve come […]