When it comes to moving, there are many options available: do it yourself, movers, daily laborers, etc. The internet is also full of expensive and cheap movers. If you are going to hire a cheap company, don't take it at a face value and do your research.
Whether remodeling or relocating to a new home, everyone has one or two large pieces of furniture they want to move. Moving large furniture can be difficult and requires to know how to properly lift and carry heavy pieces. Here are some helpful tips for you.
Moving Large and Heavy Furniture
Planning and organizing a small move such as a studio or one bedroom apartment is not different to a large relocation. There is simply less to move, but the process remains the same.
Tips for Small Moves
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
To ensure that you are going to have the smoothest relocation experience be sure to begin planning as soon as possible. Before hiring a professional service to help in the moving process you will need to begin organizing and sorting out your belongings.
General Moving Tips
East Side Storage 2835 4th St SE, Mason City, 50401 641-421-4180
Hawkeye Storage 60 Pebble Crk, Mason City, 50401 641-424-4585
Mini Stor All 111 6th St SE, Mason City, 50401 641-424-4707
Monroe Storage 1627 S Monroe Ave, Mason City, 50401 641-423-2124
Van Horns Diversified Storage 20966 Monroe St, Mason City, 50401 641-423-0655
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.