24 September 2018
Are you moving to a new city by yourself, or are you married with kids? Of course, if you are moving solo, you'll probably be able to pack up and be ready to move without a lot of fuss. However, if you are moving with a spouse and kids, you are probably feeling a bit overwhelmed. After all, pulling up roots can be a pretty emotional thing to do, whether you have little ones who are saying goodbye to everything that is familiar to them or whether you have teenagers who are leaving their school friends.
28 July 2016
If you've got a big move coming up, you may want to rely on a storage unit to hold some of your things. This will enable you to have additional space that may be necessary during your move. However, choosing the ideal unit is sure to be helpful and can make things less stressful for you. By knowing specific things you should consider before making a rental commitment, you can make a more informed choice.
8 June 2016
If your family has multiple vehicles and you alternate between summer and winter tires on each, your available storage space in your garage, basement or shed has to be substantial enough to keep several sets of tires throughout the year. When you don't have much storage space, you might be thinking about storing the tires off-site. While many automotive centers will store tires for customers, a better solution is to rent a storage unit nearby, as you'll have space for storing any other seldom-used things beyond your tires.
13 April 2016
If you are planning a move and you have limited mobility, this might be a process that will involve some assistance. It can be stressful for anyone to plan a move, but if you have a disability or are older, this can feel even more overwhelming. With a little additional help and efficient planning, this process can go smoothly for anyone. Here are three tips for those with limited mobility that are planning a move.
26 January 2016
Toys tend to be fragile, so you need to pack them carefully before loading them into a moving van. Your children won't be too happy with you, and this may make them take longer to settle in their new place if you damage their toys. Use these helpful strategies to take care of the toys during the move: Leave A Few Toys for the Kids You shouldn't pack all the toys; moving is such a stressful thing that it's likely your kids will need the toys before the move is over.
19 December 2015
When you are moving, you might find that you are at a loss for organizing your various gaming systems so that you will know which cords go with which systems. Make sure that you stay organized in order to ensure that you are able to easily reconnect your systems when you reach your new apartment or house. Here are some tips to make the packing process go smoothly. 1. Disconnect All of the HDMI Cables and Store Them Together
17 December 2015
If you're moving or getting ready to do a major remodel, you probably have a lot of larger items lying around that you need to have removed. If you don't have a truck or you simply do not have the time and resources to have everything taken away that needs to get out of your home or yard, calling a junk hauler could be just the solution. Here are some things you need to know before you call a local hauling company to come and get that junk out of your way.
14 December 2015
Moving can be tough, it doesn't matter if you live in a three story home or a small studio apartment. It can be quite surprising how much stuff you actually have in your home. With some careful planning and a few helpful tips, you can make packing and moving a little easier on yourself and your entire family. See below for some tips on packing. Don't Wait Don't wait until the day before your movers come to your home to begin packing.
9 December 2015
If you're going to transport a lot of fragile boxes in a truck during your move, tying them all together is one way to prevent them from moving around too much and colliding against a wall. Factors such as how large and square most of your boxes are, how much experience you have with tying knots, and how much packing equipment you already have on hand will come together to determine the most appropriate tying method for you.
8 December 2015
If you've been paying for a single storage unit for years, you may need a second unit to make things more organized and convenient for you. Here are 3 reasons you should get a second storage unit for your long-term needs. Your home is still full of items If your garage is full of boxes or you can't even access your attic to get to your holiday items, you may need a second storage unit.