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End Of Summer Family Moves: 3 Ways Moving Services Can Prepare You For Back To School

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Moving into a new home near the end of the summer comes with a lot of logistics and planning. As a family, one of the main concerns is when the school year starts again. As your family gets settled in a new home, you want to ensure that the children are organized and prepared for the first day of school. Along with doing your own school shopping and preparation, moving companies have multiple services that can make it easy to transition and be ready when school arrives. Read More»

Moving Tips: Helpful Tips To Remember When Moving Your Aquarium

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Packing most of your belongings into boxes and preparing for your upcoming move might seem pretty simple, but there might be one thing that you aren’t looking forward to moving – your aquarium. Luckily, if you follow these helpful tips, you should be able to get your aquarium moved without a problem. Choose a Safe Moving Container for Your Fish First of all, you’ll want to make sure that your fish are safe during the move. Read More»

Steps To Take When Moving A Copy Machine To A New Office

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If you are moving your office to a new building, you most likely have some electronic items going along for the trip. Many offices utilize larger pieces of equipment to help get tasks done efficiently. If you have an office copy machine, it needs to be tended to properly beforehand so it remains undamaged. Here are some steps you can take to prepare your office copy machine for a trip in a moving truck. Remove All Movable Parts Before you prep your copier for the move with proper packing materials, you will need to do some simple steps so movable parts are not at risk for damage during their ride. Read More»

Moving Offices? 4 Ways That Professional Movers Can Help With A Seamless Transition

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Many people believe that professional moving companies are reserved only for household moves or are too costly when it comes to commercial moves, but their benefits for small businesses can be priceless. If you are concerned with all the supplies at your office arriving safely at your new office, you will need to look into what a professional moving company can offer to small businesses moving offices. Plenty of Experience Moving Offices—Both Big and Small Read More»

Three Storage Hacks To Make Your Home More Efficient

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If you dream of one day having a home where you have enough space, the day may have come. Many homeowners suffer from a lack of storage space in their home making the house look cluttered and messy. In an effort to keep the home looking clean and organized, you need room to store items when not in use. Adding closets or an additional room can be too costly if you are on a budget. Read More»

Protect Your Items When They Are Moved Into Storage

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If you are going to be storing your belongings in a storage unit then you want to be extremely careful with your appliances and fragile items. When it comes to moving and storing household items, these things tend to be the ones that usually endure the most damage. The advice here will help you to pack up your storage unit in a way that helps keep your belongings in good condition both while you move them and while they are stored. Read More»

The Abcs Of Finding The Best Storage Unit For Survivalist Purposes

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It is estimated that there are about three million preppers in the US, and the number is continuing to grow. If you consider yourself an intelligent prepper, you likely know all about what you need to do in order to be prepared for a disaster of any type. What you may have trouble with, however, is finding a place where you can contain all of your survival gear. Storage units are a good option for preppers if they are used properly. Read More»

Storage Selection And Preparation For Computers And Electronics

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Many objects can be left behind without much prep work. Furniture may need to be covered and some paperwork may need to be in boxes, but preparation for those belongings are barely more work than the carrying and stacking that all belongings require. If you’re storing electronics such as computers, there are a few things that you need to consider before and after storage to make sure that your devices are working properly. Read More»

3 Packing Tips That Can Help Your Move

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Moving can be an extremely stressful process and the act of packing up all your possessions in your house is difficult. When packing your items there are a number of tricks and tips that you can employ to keep your items safe while they are transported to your new home. Here is a step-by-step set of instructions that will help you pack when moving. Wrap Valuable Items In Towels Valuable items need to be wrapped in bubble wrap or something soft to protect them from being knocked around when they are in transit. Read More»

Using Storage While Renovating

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If you are doing a complete overhaul of your new or existing home, you might have a lot on your mind. One thing you should be worried about are your household items. Putting household items in a self-storage unit during a project can help in a variety of ways. Here are four reasons renting a storage unit during renovations is a smart move. 1. Don’t Unpack from Old Home If you are remodeling a home right after buying, it might be a good idea to remodel first and then unpack. Read More»