Move yourself or hire a professional help? This is the question that everyone is asking before the move. And like most decisions, the answer is different for everyone depending on numerous factors such as budget, busy schedules and difficulty of the move.
Moving Yourself VS Hiring Movers
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
Hidden moving charges are always a big concern. Learn how to avoid those hidden charges to your final bill by finding out what hidden charges can be added when hiring a professional mover.
Moving a fridge is not an easy job. Moverscorp.com provides tips on how to get your fridge to your new home. Follow the step by step instructions to safely transport your fridge.
How to Move a Refrigerator by Yourself
Major relocation is always a hectic time, here is a humorous and funny guide to make your next move more enjoyable.
How To Plan a Move - Infographic
When the moving company leaves your property, the most stressful part of the moving process is completed. However, there are still some important things that you have to do after movers leave.
After You Moved In
Whether you are relocating locally or out of state, you have several moving service choices. While full-service movers, labor helpers and do-it-yourself are the preferred options for local moves, self-service has become very popular for cross-country moves.
Types of Moves