How To Make Sure Your TV Isn'T Damaged While Moving


One concern that everyone has when moving is if their belongings will make it to their new place in one piece. This is especially true of one of the most expensive electronic devices in your home, your television. WIth many of the 65 inch 4K TVs costing between one and two thousand dollars, you'll want to take some extra steps to make sure it is protected during a move. These tips will help you do it.

6 March 2018

Why There Are Restrictions On What You Can Pack For A Move


Using a moving company is one of the most convenient and inexpensive ways to move your household or business. However, a moving company may not be able to carry all your belongings; there are restrictions on the type of items they can carry. Here are some of the causes of such restrictions: To Avoid Damage Some items can cause or incur damages if they are moved via conventional means by moving companies.

13 September 2017

Compare Your Moving Options


If you need to move to a new home, you're probably trying to figure out the best way to go about it. You have a few different choices and your budget may come into play. You also have to consider how much time you have for the labor involved and whether you are an organized person. Sometimes it's better to pay more so the move is easier on everyone. Here are some moving options to consider.

5 June 2017

Moving Out Of A Multistory Home? Make It Easy With Moving Services


Moving into a ground floor apartment or a single floor home is easy because you do not have to worry about much of an incline or any at all when it comes to bringing items inside the house. But, you may be living in a multistory house that includes a second floor and a basement. This can make it difficult to maneuver furniture around with ease when you go through the initial furnishing process, but it will also lead to some complications once you decide that you will be moving out within several months.

25 April 2017

How To Help Your Kids Accept Your Upcoming Long-Distance Move


Moving to a new place that's far from friends, family, and familiar surroundings can be intimidating and stressful for kids. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to help your children accept your long-distance move so they can better enjoy the experience: Talk About the Event Early and Often An effective way to make sure that your children are able to comfortable accept the long distance move your family will experience in the future, is to talk about the event early and often.

2 March 2017

What to Expect When Hiring a Professional Packing Service


If you're moving and wish to simplify the process as much as possible, then it makes sense to hire a moving company to pack your things. While this is convenient, the idea of having someone else handle your items can be a bit daunting. Knowing what to expect can give you some peace of mind and also ensure you prepare appropriately for moving day. You can pack sensitive items on your own.

18 January 2017

Your Guide To Dealing With Sentimental Items When You Move


When you move to a new home -- especially if you're downsizing or moving a long distance -- it's common to go through your possessions and get rid of items you don't need. It's not usually very tough to throw away a beaten-up old purse you haven't used in ages or a cracked mug you got at a yard sale, but what about sentimental items? What do you do with those 16 framed pictures of the family dog who passed away when you were a kid or the 8 potholders your mother knit you, but that you don't use because they burn your hands?

8 December 2016