We know very few people who enjoy moving. It can be hard on the entire family, including your furry family members. You need to stay on top of budgets, hiring movers, timelines, deadlines, and packing the house.
We all want a stress-free move. It’s supposed to mark an exciting event in our lives. One way to ensure a smooth move is to forgo the DIY move and hire a professional moving company.
Packing your household items for a safe move is a first step towards an incident-free relocation. Your fragile items are carefully padded, boxes filled and taped closed, and you have organized everything for loading into the truck. Now is the time to make sure you follow a few safety tips to protect your back and your belongings.
Moving a loved one who has dementia, Alzheimer’s, or another memory-related issue can be a daunting task. However, at some point, you will most likely need to help that person move to a new home or assisted living facility. We have compiled some tips to help you plan ahead, from exploring options early to making the new spot feel like home.
An organized move will be a much smoother move, less complicated, and far less stressful on moving day. Rather than throwing things together at the last minute, use these organizing tips to get prepared before the big day.
Moving to a new home can be stressful enough. While a new house may be an exciting event, few people actually enjoy the process of moving. You turn your life upside-down while packing the stuff you have accumulated, and that can be a massive quantity. Culling through the accumulation can be an added layer of stress.
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.