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Keeping Your Home Organized

After we set up our new place, I was surprised to see just how many boxes we had. We had a lot more stuff than we needed, and I had to do something to create a more organized area. I began looking for solutions, and I found a storage facility that was just down the street from us. I talked with them about the sizes they had available, and I booked a unit that I thought would work. After using the storage facility, our new place was cleaner and much more organized. I wanted to start a website all about moving and storage, since you never know what kinds of problems you will face in a new place.


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4 Benefits Of Hiring A Professional Corporate Office Movers
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Whatever the reason for moving your office, reloca

The Advantages Of Hiring Certified Commercial Movers For Your Next Business Move
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Tips for Moving to a New State
29 July 2020

Moving to a new state can be a lot of fun, but it'

Stuff You Should Get Rid of When Moving
21 October 2019

A piece of common advice for those who want to rel

Tips for Executing an Eco-Friendly Residential Relocation
21 October 2019

Moving house can have a huge environmental impact

Stuff You Should Get Rid of When Moving

A piece of common advice for those who want to relocate is to carry only the necessary stuff and get rid of the rest. You can sell, donate, or discard the items you don't have to carry. That way, you reduce the weight of your load, and with it, the cost of the move. Below are a few categories of items that you can safely get rid of when moving. Read More 

Tips for Executing an Eco-Friendly Residential Relocation

Moving house can have a huge environmental impact on the environment, most of them negative. Use the following tips for an ecofriendly move and minimize that impact. Careful Disposal of Superfluous Items A typical residential relocation project generates considerable waste. The waste will be a mixture of items you no longer use, damaged items, and easy-to-replace items that are not worth carrying. Unused packing materials and waste from cleaning the house are other sources of garbage when moving. Read More 

How To Balance Money And Time During Your Move

A move can be both stressful and costly, but with some foresight and planning, you can minimize the stress and save some cash. The following are a few tips to help you balance your checkbook and your time effectively during your next move. Tip #1: Purchase used boxes Free is often preferred, but hunting free boxes that are in good condition and arranging for pickup can take a lot of time and effort—not to mention the gas spent driving to different locations to scavenge boxes. Read More 

Worried Over A Big Move As You Get Older? 3 Reasons To Hire Professional Movers

When you're moving out of your home, you're likely feeling a lot of stress involved with the work that goes into arriving at your new home safely. When you're getting older, you may not be capable of handling all the stress that can go into taking all of your things and arriving safely to your new home. Instead of being frustrated with the work that's involved with a big move, it's smart to check out what kinds of benefits professional moving companies can offer instead of handling everything yourself. Read More 

Long Distance Moving Tips For Budget-Conscious Singles

As a single person moving a long distance, whether it's across the state or across the country, you may not have access to moving help at your destination. Yet, it may also be important to find ways to maximize your moving budget. The following are a few things you can do to save money, even if you don't have friends and family to help. Tip #1: Secure low-cost packing materials Read More