How to Book a Mover
One of the less expensive ways to move a household is by renting a moving truck and doing everything yourself.
There could be many reasons for seniors to consider moving; retirement, change in personal lifestyle and many other reasons. Some older adults decide they want to move closer to their family, some choose Senior Citizen Living option.
With many things to take care of, it is easy to get stressed out and frustrated. Make all the necessary preparations and have the following checklist handy.
Reminders for a Moving Day
If you are hiring professionals or helpers, it is a good idea to dispose of any unwanted furniture or household items before the move. Transportation cost of some items may exceed their value.
Sell Your Junk and Save On a Move
Rental moving trucks are measured by their overall length. They usually vary from 10 foot all the way up to 26 foot. So how do you decide what size truck is right for your home?
How to Choose a Right Size Truck
When the moving company leaves your property, the most stressful part of the moving process is completed. However, there are still some important things that you have to do after movers leave.
After You Moved In
A & T Storage Co 324 Alex St, Lavonia, 30553 706-356-8791
Arctic Mini Storage 3145 W Main St, Royston, 30662 706-245-9533
Climate Controlled Storage 110 Stepies Ln, Royston, 30662 706-245-5917
Just For Now Storage 12022 Augusta Rd, Lavonia, 30553 706-356-2385
Lavonia Self Storage 55 Brickyard Rd, Lavonia, 30553 706-356-1192
Southern Self Storage 218 Franklin Springs St, Royston, 30662 706-245-7238
Stonebridge Storage LLC 625 Ember Dr, Lavonia, 30553 706-356-0004
U-Store-It Mini Warehouses 77 Spring St, Royston, 30662 706-245-9624
Moverscorp.com has provided this listing which is public information drawn from the local phone and internet directories. To inquire about storage prices, availability and units sizes call the phone numbers listed above.