How to Book a Mover
When it comes to hiring a mover, people automatically think everything is fully insured and covered by a moving company. But that is not the case. Learn how to protect yourself from damage and loss during a transportation.
What Movers Will and Will Not Cover
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
Aquariums are beautiful addition to any home, but moving them can be extremely difficult. Aquariums are delicate items and can be easily damaged while being transported and many movers will refuse to transport them.
How to Move an Aquarium
So you've hired a local company at an hourly rate, but don't know how to keep the final costs down. Generally, helpers and movers charge by the hour. The main factor is to be as prepared as possible before your contracted crew arrives.
Tips for Moving at an Hourly Rate
The U.S. Postal Service has made changing your mailing address and having your mail forwarded easier. All you have to do is visit their website and submit the change of address form.
Changing Your Address
If you are moving yourself, you want to move efficiently and safely, avoiding costly personal injuries and damages to furniture. Every home has one or more goods that are hard to move such as big screen TVs, fridge, sofa and etc. Find out how to move your large and heavy items.
Moving Large and Heavy Furniture
Peachtree Mini-Storage 70 Peaches Dr, Reynolds, 31076 478-847-3224
Taylor County Self Storage 107 Billy Blvd, Butler, 31006 478-862-3621
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