Three Types Of Moving Services: Compared

When you have to move from your house, figuring out how to transport all of your belongings can be a real challenge. In order to choose a moving service that fits your needs, you need to know more than the names of the local movers. You need to know what kind of moving services they offer.  Do-It-Yourself Movers One popular type of moving service allows you to rent your own moving truck. Read More 

Turning Old Cardboard Boxes Into Moving Boxes (And Convenient Storage When You Move In)

When you're planning a move, you're likely going to struggle to find enough boxes to hold all your stuff. Don't invest in expensive plastic boxes when you can easily find free cardboard boxes that will work just as well. And when you're done moving, you can convert them into storage in your garage! Finding Free Cardboard Boxes First of all, you should go to businesses in your home town and find out if they have some old cardboard boxes they aren't using anymore. Read More 

Clean, Pack and Store Your Porcelain Dolls Properly to Protect Them

Storage unit rentals are a wonderful option for many people to store the things that no longer fit into the home or need a temporary place to keep things while they prepare for a move. When you pack and store things properly, they will maintain the same condition they were in when you put them in storage. Here, you will learn how to pack and store your porcelain dolls with little concern of damage. Read More 

Getting Moved Efficiently: Why You Need Help From A Moving Service

Have you started a new job in the suburb of the city and need to move because of the long commute? If you want to move in the most efficient way possible, hire a moving company to handle the packing of your belongings for you. Below, learn why investing in a professional moving service is a good idea when you don't have a lot of time to pack on your own. Read More 

Safely Transporting Houseplants During A Move

If you have houseplants and you are getting ready to move, you will have a little extra work to do to ensure that your houseplants make it from your old home to your new one intact and without damage. Below, you will find a few tips that will help make the move successful. Check Permissions If you are moving to a new state, it is important that you check to be sure that all of your houseplants are permitted in that state. Read More