Five Ways To Make Sure Your Moving Company Wants To Work For You Again
29 August 2018
Hiring movers can make the task of moving a whole lot easier. Good, reputable movers will do their best to keep your items safe and sound with very little input from you. However, there are some things you can do to make their jobs easier and make sure they'll want to work for you again.
1. Be on time.
If you arrange to meet the movers at your old house at a certain time, make sure you are on time.
Tips For Moving Day Etiquette
20 March 2018
How do you handle the movers and your household on the actual moving day? Although there is no blueprint for moving day etiquette, there are great tips on what you should or shouldn't do on this day. Here are some of these tips.
Have an Adult Available
Merely leaving your gate and doors open is not enough; you need to have someone present in your home on the moving day. This someone should be an adult (preferably a member of your household) who can coordinate things.
Four Tips For Moving Across Town
20 March 2018
If you've had friends move across the country or even a few hours away, you may be counting yourself lucky that you only have to move across town. While moving a short distance is, in many ways, easier than moving several hours away, it is still a challenging endeavor. Here are four tips to help ensue your across-town move goes well.
Rent a moving truck.
When you're only moving a short distance, you may assume you can just take trip after trip with your own car, but this method is more challenging than it may seem.
Tips For Using Self Storage For Christmas Decorations
11 October 2017
Christmas decorations make perfect sense to keep in self storage. You only need them for a limited time of the year, and after that they just take up space. Before you start loading up your storage unit with Christmas decorations, here are four tips that can help you improve how you store everything.
Get a Specialty Storage Bag for Your Christmas Tree
You may think you are doing yourself a favor by holding onto your Christmas tree in the original box that it was packed in.