There are many decisions to be made when you plan to move a household. And one of them is doing it yourself or hire a professional moving company. Hiring residential movers and helpers have its benefits, so does doing it yourself.
Do It Yourself Moves
While moving on your own, you have to be extra careful of what you put into your rental truck. There are things such as flammable, perishable or chemically unstable items that you may not be allowed to take with you.
What You Should Not Put in a Moving Truck
Transporting a waterbed is a big process, you need to remove the water and drain it fully to disassemble. If you own one, here are tips on how to safely relocate it.
How to Move a Waterbed
When you start planning a move, it is a good idea to learn about all available options. This guide will help you decide which local move option is right for you.
Options for a Local Move
Should you go with climate controlled or conventional storage facility? There is no definitive answer to that question, there are "pros" and "cons" of each side.
Climate Control or Conventional Storage
Have you ever wondered what exactly movers need to know before arrival? Start with the basics and add in things one at a time.
What Movers Need To Know - Humor
If you are looking to save some money on your move, a do-it-yourself service may be the right choice. One of the challenges of the do-it-yourself move is loading your possessions in the moving van. Movers Corp prepared tips on how efficiently to load a moving truck.
Loading a Moving Truck
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