How to Book a Mover
Unpacking all the boxes and settling the furniture is not the only thing that needs to be done after you moved in. Learn how to make your new home a home again.
After You Moved In
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
If you are moving in a rental truck or container, check with your city if you need a parking permit when you arrive at destination place. Regulations differ from city to city so it is important to check the requirements for the particular city.
Parking Permit for a Moving Truck
Checking reviews is a very helpful tool in selecting a moving company. Reviews are one of the best ways to see the quality of movers. Look for outside reviews as well as licenses and certificates.
How to avoid injuries to yourself and others while moving yourself. Guide to moving large pieces of furniture the safe way.
How to Safely Move Furniture
If you just closed on your dream home you are most likely want to move all of our furniture into your new home immediately. If you have a time don't move too quick, it's the perfect time to make some improvements.
Before Move In
Frymoyer Storage RR 2, Mc Alisterville, 17049 717-463-2576
Moore's Rt 75 Self Storage RR 1, East Waterford, 17021 717-734-2200
Orchard Hills Storage HC 63, Mifflintown, 17059 717-436-5555
Stillhouse Storage 44 Stillhouse Rd, Port Royal, 17082 717-527-4700
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.