Hiring professional movers can cost you several thousand dollars depending on which mover you choose, what distance you’re moving, and which services you choose. To avoid unexpected fees and expenses, get an estimate or quote before signing a contract with a mover, so you understand what to expect on moving day.
You must take many factors into consideration when you relocate to a new home – logistics, your family, scheduling services, and packing among others. It may be easy to overlook the moving rights you are entitled to. You will be better prepared and protected when you use a moving company if you take a moment to understand those rights.
If you have been in your home for awhile, chances are you have some things that a mover won’t accept in a relocation. You might be surprised to find out that many household products can be labeled hazardous and rejected by your moving company. We have accumulated some tips on how to dispose of hazardous materials safely before moving day.
From traveling nurses to news media journalists, many different professions demand occasional or even regular relocation. Knowing some sound advice that regular movers rely upon, will help you as you move from one place to another.
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.