Most people are familiar with do-it-yourself moves. They are ideal for small moves within city limits. A do-it-yourself means that you have to purchase your own packing materials, arrange for a moving truck, and load and unload the household belongings.
Do It Yourself Moves
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?
When you plan a move there are many tasks need to be accomplished in a short period of time. And that can lead to a potential for making mistakes. The article will help you to avoid the most common mistakes that people make.
Avoid Moving Mistakes
Prior loading a truck, it is necessary to follow a safety procedure to prevent injury to self and to property. There are certain items that you are not allowed to put into a rental moving truck.
What You Should Not Put in a Moving Truck
Guide to packing a storage unit the right way. How to store your goods safely and also optimize the space in the storage unit.
How To Pack a Storage Unit
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
Moving is a difficult task, doesn't matter how hard you try, damages can happen to your property and belongings. It is very important to choose the right insurance option that will cover your household goods and your property. Also, check with your service provider for the coverage they provide.