If you decide not to hire professionals and to move on your own, check out this post to find out more about self-moving and what you can do about it.
Moving a fish tank to a new residence can be a real challenge. Make sure your fish tank is the last thing you move and the first thing to arrive at your new home. Here are some additional tips.
How to Move an Aquarium
Hiring local day labor is another option to move. They might offer you flat or lower hourly rates, but there are plenty of scam artists out there. Therefore rather than taking the risk of dealing with day laborers that have not much of a track record, it is far better to hire professional movers that have been in the business for years. Another important factor to consider is their reviews.
Professional Movers vs Day Laborers
We all have items that we don't have a use for. The question is, what we should do with these items when we move? Can we get something back in return? This guide will show you how to sell your unwanted items and save on your move.
How to Dispose of Appliances and Electronics
The first question you should ask yourself when shopping for a storage unit is whether you need a climate controlled storage or outdoor unit.
Do You Need a Climate Controlled Storage?
Lumpkin Street Storage 105 N Lumpkin St, Hawkinsville, 31036 478-892-3264
R & K Mini Storage 2919 Us Highway 341, Hawkinsville, 31036 478-988-2522
Town Creek Storage 99 Industrial Blvd, Hawkinsville, 31036 478-892-2979
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 please call the phone numbers listed above. Remeber, the cheapest storage unit is not always the best value. Secure and clean storage facility prices are usually higher than other places, but it's totally worth it.