4 Things To Do To Make Your Last-Minute Move Easier

Posted on: 16 August 2016
When you're moving at the last minute, there are lots of things you probably wish you would have done sooner. Never fear! There are a few quick things you can do to make your life easier.  Go Room By Room and Eliminate The first thing you should do is go through all the rooms in your home one by one and eliminate things you don't need. If they're going to make it harder to move quickly, are inexpensive, or are replaceable, it's time to let them go.
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Four Ways To Save Money On Your Move Without Begging Friends For Help

Posted on: 12 July 2016
When you think about saving money on moving, your first instinct might be to call all of your friends and family to help rather than hiring a moving company. But what if they're all busy, or what if you don't have a lot of friends nearby to help? Luckily for you, there are ways to save on your move without begging others for help. Move on a weekday. If you have any sort of flexibility in your schedule, try to schedule your move for the middle of the week rather than on a Saturday or a Sunday.
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Learn How To Store Paintings In A Storage Unit Properly

Posted on: 21 September 2015
If you own ample pieces of art and need to store some pieces until you can move into a larger living space, it is important to make sure that you store the artwork properly. Many people do not realize how easily paintings can become damaged and how delicately they need to be handled. The following guide walks you through a few tips for storing artwork properly. Choose a Temperature Controlled Storage Unit 
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How To Choose A Storage Unit

Posted on: 5 August 2015
With the number of choices available for storage units today, it can be difficult to choose. No matter what you're storing, there are three important considerations to keep in mind that will help you make the best decision. How Much Storage Space Do You Need? Depending on what you're putting into storage, you'll need a certain size. Storage units are described by the footage. A common size might be 12' x 10' x 10'.
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