Watch Ralph teach us how to pack up the kitchen! Great tips in here to help your valuables survive the move.
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Before Moving Electric/Gas Water Sewer Trash/Waste Telephone Cable/Satellite Pest control Home security After Moving Banks/Credit unions including credit card companies Investment brokers Lenders (automotive, home, personal, etc.) Credit reporting agencies Internal Revenue Service Department of Motor Vehicles Social Security Administration Department of Veterans Affairs U.S. Customs and Immigration Services Voter Registration Office Medical (Doctors […]
Cleaning House Before A Move Remove stuff hanging from the walls and patch the holes Check this out for a great way to patch up the walls! Click Here Dust, dust & dust some more! Seriously, dust everything. It makes such a difference when coming into a clean home and you don’t spend the […]
Before the Move Make a list of all the things that you are going to need the first couple nights in the new place. Don’t get stuck digging to the bottom of boxes for your toothbrush! Schedule your days off for the move, be sure to give yourself plenty of time! Get your rental truck […]
Moving house could be one of the most unforgettable experiences you have in your entire lifetime, but it could also be the most stressful one. It’s both physically and emotionally exhausting, many people even consider that the anxiety level caused by moving house is higher than starting a new job, relationship breakdown or even a […]
We will make your next move as stress-free as possible! You’ve got enough to plan and decide — let one of our professional moving crews step in and pack all your belongings. We are trained to provide professional packing services for even the most delicate items and we treat your possesions like our own family […]
All artwork is precious to you and your family so we take great care by creating custom boxes to protect them for the upcoming move. Packing Tips for Artwork Tip 1 – It is always good to start off with packing heavier items on the bottom of the box. Tip 2 –