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.
Summer is around the corner, and you may be wondering if you should move now or wait until winter. The lower rates during winter may be attractive, but both summer and winter have unique advantages and disadvantages for you to consider.
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.
Today’s standard automotive technology gives you backup cameras and alerts, but most rental moving vans don’t come equipped this way. They don’t even have a center rear-view mirror because there’s nothing to see.
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.
Hire Full Service Movers or Rent a Moving Truck? Should you hire full service movers or rent a moving truck? Depending on the situation both are workable options. Both have advantages and disadvantages. Do some homework in advance. Take time, research the both options and then make the best decision for your situation. The money […]
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.
Whether your move is local or cross-country, you need a lot of organization and coordination to make it happen smoothly. One area some people neglect is important documents that are necessary and difficult to replace quickly. We recommend gathering them into one safe place early in your planning stage and make copies to keep in other places if the originals are lost or misplaced.