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  • Helpful Packing Tips To Make Moving Easier

    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.

  • Three Ways To Tie Multiple Cardboard Boxes Together During Your Move

    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.

  • 3 Reasons You Should Get A Second Storage Unit

    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.

  • 3 Questions To Ask Your Moving Company

    1 December 2015

    When planning an interstate move, you want to make sure that your items arrive safe and sound at your new home. Since you might not be able to supervise the packing process, asking the right questions before you hire a moving company can help you feel a bit more at ease about your move. Here are three questions to ask your interstate moving company to ensure your items will be packed and delivered safely.

  • Placing Your Car In Storage? Keep the Fuel System With These Tips

    28 November 2015

    If you plan to leave your car in storage, take steps to protect your fuel system. The gas in your car can turn into sludge if your fuel system contains dirt and other debris. Dirty fuel has the potential to damage the car's fuel lines, injection system and engine when you drive it later. To ensure that your car's fuel system stays healthy during storage, follow the tips below. Clean Out Your Fuel Tank

  • Making Light Of It: Alternative Lifting Devices You Can Use For Moving

    23 November 2015

    If you are about to make a local move and are looking for moving services that can manage heavy objects, you may be surprised at how many options you have. There are many more devices for heavy lifting and furniture moving available to you than just the traditional dolly. If you want to buy some of these devices, they can come in handy for moving your heavy furniture and objects all around the house too.

  • Tips For A "Greener" Move

    19 November 2015

    While there are many new green transportation options emerging, household moving services are one area where consumers may be unsure of how to be sustainable. There are a few things that you can do to make your move more eco-friendly, from the equipment you use to the way you transport your items. Here are some tips for a greener move.  Choose Your Vehicle Carefully There are a few things that you can do to reduce the carbon emissions of your moving vehicle.