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3 Pro Moving Tips to Lighten the Load

February 8th, 2018

Every year, approximately 43 million Americans move to a new home or apartment. A large percentage of those moves go horribly wrong due to so many reasons. It’s important that you do all you can to avoid becoming a victim of a stressful moving situation. Hopefully these tips will help you relocate to your new […]

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4 Major Reasons Why Millennials Are On the Move

January 12th, 2018

Not everybody wants to relocate. Some people find a great home in their early 20s, move down the street a few years later, and then stay in that spot for the rest of their life — which is completely fine. That’s an older way of doing things. Now that the millennial generation is old enough […]

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3 Moving Day Big Mistakes to Avoid

December 20th, 2017

If you’re thinking about making a move to a new location in the next few months, there is a lot you’re going to have to start planning. More than 63% of adults have moved to a new community at least once in their lives, while 37% have never left their hometown. Whether you’re moving to […]

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3 Ways to Make Life Easier for Your Movers

November 2nd, 2017

Each year, about 43 million people in the United States move from one home to another, and this year, you’re one of them. There are so many pros and cons of moving, and some may say that a major con of moving is the moving process itself. To alleviate a little stress and frustration, many […]

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Moving Soon? 4 Helpful Tips to Lighten the Load

October 2nd, 2017

The average person moves about 12 times during their lifetime. But whether it’s your first ever move or your 12th, moving is never easy. Because there are so many things you have to worry about when planning and executing a move, it’s essential that you get all the moving help possible. Here are some ways […]

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4 Tips for Guaranteeing a Stress-Free Move

August 29th, 2017

Every year, roughly 43 million Americans move somewhere new. Relocating to a new location, no matter the reason, can simultaneously be the most exciting and most stressful time of a person’s life. Because relocating is such a major life decision, it’s important that you spend some time considering every single aspect of your new home […]

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How To Successfully Move — By Yourself

July 20th, 2017

In the United States, 43 million people move every year. Approximately 18% of these moves are due to military relocation, 40% are because of work, and 42% are due to personal choices. Whatever the case may be for you, it’s important to be prepared to ensure that your move goes as smoothly as possible. Yet […]

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What Movers Cannot Move (How to Avoid Repacking)

July 7th, 2017

You have a lot to consider when planning a move. Hiring a professional mover can significantly cut down on the amount of time and hassle involved. Before packing your belongings, it’s important to know what your movers cannot move. With careful planning and consideration you can avoid having to repack. The following are items that […]

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Moving Out of Your Apartment? Consider These 2 Tips

June 26th, 2017

Of all the people who are currently renting an apartment, about 33% of them will move out as soon as the lease is over the next year. Moving out of an apartment is clearly a major step in a person’s life, especially if the location they are moving to is a residential neighborhood in hopes […]

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How to Protect Heat Sensitive Belongings in Summer Storage

June 3rd, 2017

Self-storage can be extremely useful when moving or making space in your home. When storing your belongings during the summer, you need to pay special attention to your heat sensitive possessions. Aside from water, nothing can damage your property faster than extreme temperatures. Heat and Humidity Can Damage Your Property You might not be aware […]

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