Moving? Know What You Shouldn't Take With You

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Getting ready for your big move? If so, your instinct may be to pack everything up and sort it all once you get to your new home. You should put some thought into what your take with you since there are some things that you should actually leave behind. Here are some tips for what items shouldn't go on a moving truck. Flammable Items A moving truck can get hot when it is on the road and under the sun.

4 April 2018

Reducing Downtime During A Commercial Move

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If you are moving your business from one place to another, expect your productivity to take a hit due to the associated downtime. Fortunately, there are measures you can take to minimize the downtime and ensure your business suffers in the least possible way. Here are some of these preemptive measures: Prepare Your Staff Inform your staff about the move and involve them in the preparation as much as you can.

3 April 2018

Why Do You Need Professional Movers?

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In a DIY age, many families would rather try and pack and move their own items instead of hiring professional movers. This is a mistake. Here are some great reasons to spring for movers. It Saves You Time Time is a precious resource, so why waste it on a tedious move? Professional movers are hired to get the job of moving done quickly and efficiently. You can hire accompanying cleaning and packing services to take care of just about everything for you, aside from picking out some new home accents to decorate your new space.

3 April 2018

Simple Solutions For Moving Household Appliances

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Moving is a complicated process. Not only do you need to organize and pack all of your smaller belongings, but you also need to move heavy, bulky items, such as furniture and appliances. Because of how tiring and overwhelming moving appliances can be, you may consider leaving them and buying new appliances that can be moved directly to your new house. While suitable, buying new appliances can be costly. A new refrigerator can cost between $900 and $8,000.

3 April 2018