Some people are always on the move. Others seem to put down roots with ease. If you are in the former group, you have likely perfected your skills at streamlining the packing, loading, unloading, and unpacking process. If you are in the latter group, you may need some helpful tips for a DIY move before actually embarking on the adventure. We have put together a few to help you out.
When moving to a new home, the distance of the relocation will play a key role in determining the type of professional mover you hire, or even if you need professional moving services at all.
By now, we are all aware of the green movement and efforts to make our lives more environmentally friendly. This includes every aspect of our lives such as product packaging, carbon footprints, and alternative fuels. You can apply some important green strategies to your upcoming move as well. Take a look at our tips for an environmentally friendly move.
In Toy Story 3, Andy’s mom insists that he pick which toys to store in the attic and which to give to charity prior to going off to college. When you move with kids, you may be faced with asking them to make similar choices.
Summer is the busy season for moving. Kids are off from school, so you don’t need to be concerned about disrupting the school year. Plus, you can usually count on sunny days, although you may have hot weather.
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.