There are many ways to save on a move, and doing it yourself is one way to keep cash in your pocket. However, there are times that you need to hire pros to take care of your possessions.
When Not To Move Yourself
It is very common for senior citizens to move to a smaller home or assisted living community. Some seniors have lived in the same home for their entire life and accumulated a lot of furniture. Here are some helpful tips on out how to assist seniors to move.
When it comes to moving there are many things need be done. And one thing we forget is to take care of wood floors, carpet, and walls. These tips will help you to protect your property on a moving day.
How to Protect Carpets, Floors, and Walls
It's always exciting to move into your first apartment or home, but how to handle and organize the move? Here is an article that will help to make the first move as easy as possible.
First Time Moving Tips
Who regulates local moving companies? Every state has its own regulators and requirements. Check out this table to find a regulating agency in your state and their contact information.
Moving Company Regulators
When moving there are so many things need to be done and one of them is to change your mailing address. You need to contact utility companies, banks, set up mail forwarding with the post office. Here is an article prepared by Movers Corp which will help you in this task.
Changing Your Address
Moving artwork and antiques requires professionals who have necessary knowledge and equipment to handle delicate pieces. We do not recommend to cut corners or hire a company that is not specialized in delicate items. However, if the items are not of the high price you can consider packing and moving them yourself.
Moving Antiques and Artwork
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