When you are faced with an upcoming move, you might be worried about how your kids will handle the transition. We were worried about it when we moved, and with good reason. Our kids didn't transition well because we weren't prepared. However, a friend of ours helped us to know how to handle the moving and storage process the next time around, and it really improved things. This blog is all about moving and storage to improve your life and make things easier. With the tips contained in these articles, you might be able to reduce your anxiety and organize your things.
10 October 2016
Local moving services do not often accompany overnight service, but there may be one or two companies in your area that handle this type of move. If not, you will need to do it on your own. Moving at night does present its own challenges, however. Here is how you can make it happen without incident. Notify the Police That You Are Moving Overnight You would be surprised to learn how many police officers spot a moving truck and things moving out of a house at night and get the wrong idea.
13 July 2016
If you are moving your household within a few hours' drive, you may decide to use a small, local moving company instead of one of the big companies with locations in most major cities. In most cases, the smaller company will not cost as much as one of the big, franchised companies. However, before you sign any contracts, or have them start working, there are a few things you need to check to ensure the move goes well.
16 May 2016
If you are planning on moving your household in the near future, involving everyone in your family in the process will be key. This can get tricky when it comes to teenagers. Your kids might be growing into adults, but are ultimately still children under your roof. Here are four tips for preparing teenagers for an upcoming move and making the process go well for everyone. 1. Keep Communication Open
13 May 2016
If you are planning to store your furnishings and other household goods in a rental storage unit, there are some measures you should take to protect your items and ensure they are easily located. Here are a few of them: Prepare your furniture for storage. Be sure to clean your furniture and make sure that it is free of moisture before you store it. Mold can grow in dark, moist environments, and furniture pieces that you believe are safely stored could be ruined by an infestation of mold.
12 May 2016
It's always a good idea to hire a crew of professionals in advance of your move. In addition to making the job go quicker, these strong workers can also take care of moving the heaviest items in your home, including appliances and furniture. In some cases, however, you might also find yourself moving furniture with a family member — perhaps to make the move go quicker or because you have a surplus of large items that need to be loaded into the truck.