Sometimes moving plans can include a trip to temporary or long-term storage. This step can result in extra handling of your furniture, which means it’s extremely important your furniture is correctly prepped for moving and storage. In this article, we will explain how to ensure the safety of your furniture as it transitions in and out of storage during the relocation process. Read more
Moving in winter may sound dreary, but it has some advantages. For instance, more date availability and potential cost savings. However, it can bring complications like severe weather and delays. If you decide to move during the winter months, it’s important to take precautions. We’ve compiled a list of tips that will make moving long distance in winter simple and stress free. Read more
It’s common to attempt to sell furniture and other household items before a move. It’s a great way to get extra cash to help with moving expenses, and it can help save on your overall move since pricing is often based on weight of the shipment. However, selling your furniture is not always easy. We’ve compiled some quick tips and insight into the best way to sell furniture when moving. Read more
Over recent years, more and more people are moving from California to Texas. You may be asking yourself, should I move to Texas from California? Well, that depends. California and Texas are two of the largest states in the U.S., but they are vastly different. There are many benefits of relocating to Texas, but also some unfavorable factors to consider. This guide will highlight some things to know before moving from California to Texas. Read more
Moving pets is no easy feat, especially when those pets have scales. Moving a fish tank can be overwhelming, because you must consider how to move each individual fish and how to move the tank. Plus, you must ensure the tank is set up and ready at your new location. Whether you are wondering how to move a 20-gallon fish tank, or how to move a 55-gallon fish tank, this comprehensive guide will take you step by step to ensure your aquarium setup is safely relocated to your new home. Read more
Many families end up relocating to a new city or home at some point. Although moving can be taxing for adults, it is often much more daunting for kids who may feel like it’s the end of their world. They may feel saddened at the prospect of leaving everything behind or resentful because they weren’t involved in the decision. No matter what emotions they experience, there are a few steps you can take as a parent to make the transition easier for your children. Read more
Are you moving out of state? Whether you are moving across the country or just one state away, here’s what you need to know and do before you go.
Protecting your valuable items is as important to us as it is to you. In order to help with that process, we need you to tell us, in writing, about anything that we will be moving that is of high value, or in moving terms, extraordinary value.
Correctly preparing your refrigerator for your move is important for the longevity of your appliance in your home. When the refrigerator is un-plugged, the cycling of air stops and the existing air inside becomes moist, creating an environment conducive to mold.
Texas summers sure know how to bring the heat. And as temperatures rise, so do stress levels. This can be especially true if you are trying to plan your relocation when temperatures are soaring into triple digit territory.
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