Not all of us save our original box when we purchase a TV, but that box is the best one to use if you still have yours. Otherwise, purchase a television carton and use sturdy packing material such as bubble wrap. You may need another person to help you with packing the TV; however, if it is a large screen TV, you may want to consider custom crating as the best option.
Have you snagged a prime position in an overseas country? That is truly exciting and formidable at the same time. What resources will be available to you to assist with acclimating to your new environment? Global Van Lines has many resources to help you. In the meantime, here are a few tips for settling in to your new home.
- Move Planning
- Posted on 11/22/2016
As a parent, you want your move to the new home to go well for the kids. You want what is best for them, and making the transition to a new home, new schools, and new friends can be a little smoother with a little attention to some details designed around the children. Global Van Lines has a few tips to make the adjustment to a new home a little easier for the kids, before and after the move.
Is your closet the size of a small apartment? Or is it a normal size, but stuffed from top to bottom? Either way, moving clothes can be the most daunting task for some people. Where do you start? How do you conquer the clutter? Here are some great tips for streamlining the task.
When it is finally time to move your household, the expense will be a considerable concern. No one wants to feel as if they are a target in someone else’s scam. Getting an accurate estimate for your move is no different.
Moving can be stressful enough for the humans in your family, but what about Fido and Fluffy? In the midst of mountains of cardboard boxes, packing noodles, tape and moving trucks, you may not pick up on the signals your furry family members are putting out that signal stress. Here are some ways to ease their moving experience.
Moving day has arrived! You’re packed, the rental truck or movers are outside, and despite your hope for a sunny day, black clouds are moving in promising ruined furniture and soaked boxes.
Moving in difficult weather doesn’t have to be a nightmare. Being prepared and following some simple steps will help protect your belongings and save you on the anxiety.
Moving day is approaching. You’ve culled through the clutter. You’ve been packing diligently. You’re almost done! But wait! What about that stack of questionable items? Can you send that can of propane normally used for camping on the truck?
No matter how hard you try or how far in advance you begin, it seems as if something in a move always gets lost. Whether the moving crew actually loses a box or great-grandma’s cherished crystal ends up stuffed in with the tools, it seems as if there is no way around the possibility of losing something!
Moving to a new home can be tedious enough even when if you are just moving cross town. But how is it to move to an entirely new country? New customs, new laws and a new language are some of the obstacles you may face, but if you think of the process in smaller steps, the move won’t be quite as daunting.