November 18th, 2015

Moving with Plants

First, keep in mind there are options to moving with your houseplants — consider giving them to friends, local hospitals or libraries, or sell them at a yard sale. But years of loving care can be invested into to our houseplants’ growth and maintenance, so if you do take them… Read More

October 29th, 2015

The Importance of In-Home Estimates

Courtesy of the American Moving & Storage Association: Once you have a list of several potential movers, the next step is to contact them to get estimates. It is very important to get in-home, written, signed estimates from the companies you are considering. That way there is no disagreement later… Read More

October 5th, 2015

Meet one of our trusted partners: Carters Home Downsizing

Carter’s works one-on-one with seniors, the children of seniors, families and individuals sorting through years of household accumulation. We help busy people determine what should be kept, donated, discarded, recycled and sold – usually prior to moving or selling a home. This process eliminates clutter and often generates revenue to… Read More

September 3rd, 2015

Potential Tax Breaks When Moving

Unexpected expenses have a bad habit of popping up during a move. Whether it’s a last-minute repair to the old house, a flat tire on the trip to the new one or an unpredicted night at a hotel, many of these are simply par for the course with a process… Read More

July 30th, 2015

How to Handle Moving with a New Baby

Your recently born son or daughter is the apple of your eye, and an upcoming move offers exciting opportunities for you and your family. You might be relocating to a new upscale residence in the city or a quaint home in the country, but regardless of where you’re going, you’ll… Read More

June 11th, 2015

Guide to Summer Moving

Summer is perhaps the most popular time for moving. The generally pleasant weather and less rigid schedules make it, in many ways, an opportune time. Some factors, however, such as heavy traffic, make it less than ideal in others. With some summer moving and packing tips it’s easy to accentuate… Read More

May 8th, 2015

Why Hire a ProMover?

The American Moving & Storage Association launched a consumer protection and certification program called ProMover on January 1, 2009. This initiative is designed to fight imposters, known within the industry as “rogue operators,” by giving consumers an easy way to separate reputable, professional movers from con artists out to make… Read More

March 31st, 2015

Understanding your movers liability

All moving companies are required to assume liability for the value of the goods that they transport. But there are different levels of liability, and you should be aware of the amount of protection provided and the charges for each option. The two different levels of liability that movers are… Read More

March 6th, 2015

Ease the burden of long distance moving by making it a social event

Moving out of state can be a difficult process for anyone to go through. The distance from friends and the lack of familiarity can be trying for even the toughest people, so there’s no shame in admitting you’re nervous about long distance moving. However, if you can convince some friends… Read More

February 10th, 2015

Off-Season Moves

The thought of relocating in the winter can seem a little like creating the equivalent of a Rube Goldberg machine for moving and storage. You may ask yourself, “Why complicate an already complex undertaking?” While admittedly winter is a less appealing time to plan a move, especially because of inclement… Read More

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