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Downsizing? Be Sure to Also Downsize Your Belongings, Too.

Whether you’re retired and trading in your house for a condo in Florida, or an empty nester wanting to move to a smaller house, you will need to downsize your belongings, too. Regardless of the reason for the move, you’ve likely accumulated a variety of possessions over the years and are now faced with the task of eliminating unnecessary items before you move.

Moving Tips: Prep Your Electronics Properly Before Your Move.

As we become more and more dependent on technology, the number of electronics within our homes has increased. Whether it’s your plasma screen TV or your tablet, new technology is all around us. Electronics are large investments and safety measures need to be taken to ensure they arrive safely to your new destination.

Planning a Last-Minute Move.

Sometimes life has a way of surprising you----you just found out you need to relocate in the next week or two! As difficult as it may be, don’t panic! Here are some moving tips to help you plan and execute a last-minute move.

Moving Tips: The Best Way to Pack a Bathroom

Although it may be the smallest room in your house, your bathroom can be more difficult to pack than you would think. Medicine, extra bottles of shampoo, toothpaste, and other various items likely line the cabinets and storage areas in your bathroom. Before you move, determine what items you want to take with you, how to pack those items and what’s best to throw out.

Moving Tips: Important Places to Locate Right Away When Moving to a New Neighborhood.

Moving to a new area can be overwhelming. You may feel lost, confused and even uncertain. The best way to get to know your new surroundings right off the bat is to locate all the key places in your new neighborhood. Finding these locations can help you feel more at ease and help you be better prepared for any tasks that may come your way.

Moving Tips: Carry Important Items and Documents with You When You Move.

No matter how smoothly a move goes, it’s important to understand that there is always risk of items being misplaced, lost or damaged.

What Not to Pack on the Moving Truck.

Summer is the busiest season for the moving industry, and with temperatures reaching peak heat, it is a good time to remind everyone that the inside of moving trucks can get hot very quickly, which can cause chemical products and other items to react in harmful ways.

What You Need to Know About the Move Consultation – start your move off right

The Move Consultation is conducted in your home by a professional moving company representative in advance of your move to establish the estimated cost of your move.  This complimentary service will help you decide which professional moving company best fits your needs and budget.  

Don’t Let Heat Slow Down Your Move This Summer

Moving is no easy task, especially on a hot summer day! Long periods of exposure to high temperatures during a move or any physical activity can result in heat stress. Being aware of how to avoid the potential of heat stress will lead to a safer and more enjoyable moving experience for everyone.

Moving Tips and Tools: The importance of hiring a reputable moving company: don’t let just ANYONE move your treasured belongings.

Summertime is by far the busiest moving season. According to the U.S. Census, there are approximately 3 million moves from state to state that occur each year during the summer, and around 800,000 of them are conducted by professional movers. Unfortunately, rogue movers posing as professional movers are prevalent during this busy time. To help protect consumers, the American Moving & Storage Association (AMSA) and the Better Business Bureau (BBB) have partnered together to raise awareness of the importance of using a reputable moving company.

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