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
Move yourself or hire a professional service to help you with the move? This is a big decision regarding your move, which will affect your budget as well as the time commitment. Find out if Do-It-Yourself Move is a right option for you.
Moving Yourself VS Hiring Movers
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?
There are two standard types of moving quotes: binding and non-binding estimate. Learn the differences between binding and non-binding estimates.
When hiring a professional residential moving company or just helpers, it's recommended to create an inventory list. Inventory list represents all of the household items that you plan on taking with you, this is done for your own protection.
There are times when you have to move from one state to another. You hire a moving company to transport your household goods, but what to do with a vehicle.
Car Shipping Tips
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