February 4th, 2014

Too Much to Move? Consider an Auction.

Sometimes, in the process of packing for a move, you find that you have a lot more than you can realistically take with you. Rather than consigning it to relocation movers with the rest of your belongings and dealing it with it later, set extra belongings aside and get rid… Read More

January 7th, 2014

Relocating for a Shorter Commute.

With gas prices continuing to surge, an increasing number of people are starting to curse their commute. What’s more, a long commute could actually endanger your health, as people with longer commutes have higher blood pressure and are more likely to be obese, according to a new study by the… Read More

December 12th, 2013

Baby steps: Moving with a Toddler

Baby steps: Moving with a toddler Moving is complicated enough for adults – saying goodbye to friends, transitioning to a new job and adjusting to a new home is never easy. But for toddlers, for whom the world is strange and unpredictable enough already, moving can be incredibly difficult. Parents… Read More

August 19th, 2013

Unpacking Tips

Your move isn’t complete once your movers unload all of your possessions. The real work – unpacking and settling in – is about to begin. There are certain necessities that can help you enjoy your first few days and it’s important that you can quickly find them, so the items… Read More

July 1st, 2013

States May Have Special Requirements for Moving Pets

If you are moving across the country or overseas and are wary about how the transition will affect your pets, you are not alone. Moving can be a stressful experience – even more so for animals. They are used to roaming around their natural habitat, a place they’ve become accustomed… Read More

May 31st, 2013

Tips for Packing your Basement Belongings

Items stored in your basement could be used occasionally to brighten up your residence. For example, holiday decorations could provide your house with colorful lights that make your residence stand out at specific times, but these belongings spend the majority of the year in your house’s basement.   However, you’re… Read More

May 15th, 2013

Should I Move to my Vacation Destination?

For some homeowners, short vacations aren’t enough and they decide that moving out of state to live in their favorite relaxing spots is the best solution. Living in a tourist area isn’t the same as visiting it for short amount of time. As with any city, there are advantages and… Read More

April 25th, 2013

Make a Moving Day Calendar

The weeks leading up to moving day can be busy, especially if you’re completing an out-of-state move. Thankfully, developing a calendar helps you track daily tasks and effectively manage your time before moving day. Check out the tips below to make a reliable moving day calendar. 1. Consider short- and… Read More

April 11th, 2013

Tips for Finding and Staying in Temporary Housing

During most corporate relocations, employees have to live in temporary housing after moving out of state. Companies hire state to state movers to help their workers relocate according to the corporate schedule, so many permanent residences are not available on the arrival date. Displaced staff members have many options when… Read More

April 4th, 2013

Why People Move?

The decision to move is not one that people take lightly. The process usually takes months before someone finally hires a household moving company, pulls up their stakes and heads to a new location. In 2012, the percentage of Americans who decided to move increased from a record low in… Read More

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