How to Book a Mover
Moving yourself or hiring pros? One of the most commonly asked questions in our business. This guide provides a few cases when you should not move yourself and hire professional service.
When Not To Move Yourself
All licensed companies, as required by State Law, must offer basic coverage in order to provide moving services in their local areas. But is it enough to cover your possessions? Here are some tips to learn about different moving options.
The IRS has very strict rules regarding who can deduct moving expenses from their taxes. To be eligible, you must meet three requirements.
Deduct Moving Expenses
If you are considering hiring professional movers or helpers, why not take the time to create a budget. You don't need to be a genius in order to create a budget, take the time to go over the expenses that need to be covered.
Creating a Moving Budget
Holding a garage sale is a good way to free yourself of unwanted items and make the moving process less time-consuming. This guide provides information on how to advertise your items and make some extra cash.
Garage Sale Before You Move
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
All Safe Storage LLC 100 Memorial Dr, Reidsville, 30453 912-557-6673
Commodity Storage 813 Plant St, Collins, 30421 912-693-6063
Main Street Storage 1014 S Main St, Glennville, 30427 912-654-8822
Personal & Business Storage Co 301 Cloverdale Rd, Glennville, 30427 912-654-4089
Moverscorp.com has provided these listings which are public information drawn from the local internet directories and from our partner companies. 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.