Moving yourself or hiring pros? One of the most commonly asked questions in our business. This guide provides a few cases when you should not move yourself and hire professional service.
When Not To Move Yourself
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
Moving yourself is the most cost effective way to move. The following post includes information on how to estimate the price of the DIY move.
The Cost of Moving Yourself
There are some commonly overlooked and forgotten expenses that can derail your moving budget. The following guide will help you to stay on budget and get you on the way.
The Most Overlooked Moving Expenses
Musical instruments are extremely fragile and extra attention must be used when transporting them. The moving cost is often higher than regular household items, but the cost of repairing can be even higher.
Packing and Moving Musical Instruments
Bubble wrap is designed to protect fragile and breakable items that are being moved. This guide lists items that should be wrapped in bubble wrap before the move.
Items To Wrap in Bubble Wrap
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