Tips For Packing Your Kitchen For A Move

Posted on: 10 March 2017
Moving to a new home takes a lot of organization and work. The kitchen is probably the hardest room of all to move since it contains so many individual items. If you don't have a lot of time to pack, consider letting your mover pack for you so none of your valuables are damaged during the move. If you don't want to spend a lot of money, pack the rest of your home yourself and let your mover do the kitchen.
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3 Simple Solutions to Safely Move & Store Your Leather Furniture

Posted on: 8 August 2016
From cleaning and organizing to packing and transporting, it is easy to see the challenges of moving. You may already know how to pack and move boxes, clothes, and most furniture pieces, but you should also learn how to protect your leather chairs and sofa during a move. Using these simple solutions, you can move and store your leather furniture pieces in a safe manner. Clean Before the movers arrive, consider removing any dirt, dust, and debris on the leather upholstery of your chairs and sofa.
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Moving Made Simple: Choosing, Packing, Loading

Posted on: 12 July 2016
If you're planning an out-of-state move, you have a big job on your hands. According to some estimates, moving out of state will cost you between $5,000 to over $12,000. Although there aren't many ways to make moving less of a chore, you can probably make the move cheaper and a little easier. Choosing Your Truck One of the biggest decisions you need to make early in the moving process is what size truck to rent.
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Company Moving: 4 Ways to Save Money & Get Back to Business Quickly

Posted on: 22 February 2016
Moving your company's location may be essential in the long run, but the transition can be stressful. Instead of wasting time and valuable office hours, there are multiple ways you can help reduce costs, expedite the process, and keep your business running smoothly. By working with commercial moving companies and using the following four tips, you can save money, reduce lost business time, and be ready in your new location as soon as possible.
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