There are many decisions to be made when planning a move. And the first one is: Do it yourself or pay professional movers or helpers. There are many benefits of doing it yourself and one of them is definitely to save money and cut costs. But is it right for you?
Moving Yourself VS Hiring Movers
People hire residential moving companies to transport their personal belongings from current residence to a new home. But unfortunately, things can go the other way, learn how to avoid those common moving mistakes.
Avoid Moving Mistakes
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?
Preparing for the mover's arrival is an important first step. Here is a guide that will help you get ready in time and be ready for movers.
Preparing for Your Mover
How do you know when is the best time of year or season to plan a move? People have been discussing that question for many years without any strong proof to back one theory over another.
When to Schedule a Move
Moving household appliances is a special project of a move. They are bulky and heavy, you can't pack them in a box, or simply unplug and carry onto a moving truck. Most likely you’ll need to hire a professional moving service to get the job done.
It is important to know which items you can't pack and move with you. There are some goods that require special packing and handling, items that residential movers will not move if they are not properly packed. There are strict rules and regulations that govern to help ensure safety.
What Not To Pack