If you decide not to hire professionals and to move on your own, check out this post to find out more about self-moving and what you can do about it.
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
What are the options when it's time to move locally? The good news is that there are a few options depending on your budget and needs.
Options for a Local Move
Antiques are among the most delicate and easily damaged goods in our homes, they require special packaging and handling when being moved. It is recommended to use the services of professional movers that are specialized in antiques.
The first question you should ask yourself when shopping for a storage unit is whether you need a climate controlled storage or outdoor unit.
Do You Need a Climate Controlled Storage?
Learn how pack and transport household items in a car. Read the tips below to cut down the stress of moving by properly packing your car.
How To Pack Your Car For a Move
No matter how small your move is, with many moving companies you have to pay their minimum cost which could be a high amount in comparison with your small load.
How to Move Small Loads
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