If you are moving on a rainy day, you may feel nervous and that's completely understandable. Here are some tips on how to protect your property and stay safe.
Moving On a Rainy Day
Did you know that movers can not transport guns, batteries, explosive, and chemical items? Find out what else they will not be able to move for you.
What Movers Will Not Move
It is never too soon to start preparing for your move. Avoid last minute stress by creating a to-do list of things you need to get done during the weeks prior to moving day.
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
Climate controlled storage units are more expensive than regular storage. So it is essential to determine whether you really need a climate controlled or an outdoor unit.
Climate Control or Conventional Storage
Moving large and heavy furniture is one of the difficult parts of relocation process. Furniture is bulky and often awkward and without properly preparing it can cause damage to you and your belongings.
Moving Large and Heavy Furniture
Do you know that small jobs are not at all cheaper than moving big and heavy items? It's because local companies charge for a minimum number of hours or minimum cubic feet.
How to Move Small Loads
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