Almost all people love the excitement they feel once they moved into their new home. However, the first few days can be a bit disordered. Here are some tips on what you should do after you moved in.
After You Moved In
DIY move is often the cheapest option to relocate locally and across the country. This guide provides different options for Do It Yourself customers.
Options for a DIY Move
Before your move, it's valuable to know particularly what you are taking with you. Household goods can get lost or damaged, but if you know exactly what you have, your insurance should protect against loss and damage.
Besides hiring a full service moving company and helpers there are two other options: PODS units and moving trucks. Here are a few tips that will help you make a decision between moving containers and moving trucks.
PODS Units and Rental Trucks
A refrigerator is one of the more challenging household items to move. This guide will help to prep and move your refrigerator to a new home. Simply follow the instructions.
How to Move a Refrigerator by Yourself
Many people think if the mover's insurance does not cover damages during the move, then their homeowner’s insurance will cover the damages to property and other losses. However, this is not always the case.
Does Renters Insurance Cover Moving?
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