Whether you like it or not, relocating every 2 or 3 years is an integral part of military family life. Here is our guide to help you with the process of your next military move.
Moving Guide for Military Families
We all have items that we don't have a use for. The question is, what we should do with these items when we move? Can we get something back in return? This guide will show you how to sell your unwanted items and save on your move.
How to Dispose of Appliances and Electronics
You should always consider estimating the value of your items when moving. By doing so, you will be able to protect yourself in case your possessions get lost or damaged during the transport.
Estimate the Value of Your Items
If you're planning to move and have a tight budget, one of the ways to save on your moving costs is to do it yourself. Most of the times a do-it-yourself move is definitely less expensive than hiring full-service movers or helpers. But don't underestimate how much work and how much money it entails.
Do It Yourself Moves
Renting a truck or storage container and hiring a moving labor service is another way to save money. It is a little more complicated since it involves hiring movers or a couple of strong men to load and unload your belongings. But often it is less expensive than hiring a full service moving company.
Moving Labor Services
Some cities require parking permits for street parking. If you don't have a private property access, check with your city if you need a parking permit for a truck or trailer.
Parking Permit for a Moving Truck
Belltown Mini Storage & Garage 318 Belltown Rd, Copperhill, TN 37317 423-496-1242
Cougar Sto & Go 140 Cougar Dr, Copperhill, TN 37317 423-496-2600
Stateline Village Mini Storage 5851 Highway 64, Copperhill, TN 37317 423-496-5006