How To Prepare And Pack Your Electronics For Your Next Move

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The moving process takes a lot of work. As you begin to prepare for your move and after you hire movers, you’ll want to begin packing up so that you’re ready to go for moving day. Taking extra care during the packing process can ensure that your personal belongings don’t get damaged, and it can give you greater confidence on moving day. If you have electronics, you’ll need to be extra careful when handling your packing.…

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Don't Ignore These Variables When Budgeting For A Move

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The major factors that affect the cost of moving include distance and number/size of items to be moved. That is why moving a three-bedroom house from one state to another is likely to be more expensive than moving a two-bedroom across the same city. However, there are also other easy-to-forget variables that can affect the eventual price. Below are some of these variables. Disassembly/Assembly Some items need to be disassembled at the pickup point and be assembled at the delivery point.…

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How To Safely Store Your Taxidermy Mount Collection For The Long-Term

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Are you reluctantly trying to find a way to remove some, or all of the taxidermy trophies from your home? There are lots of reasons that hunters remove mounts from their homes – it could be due to someone becoming uncomfortable around them, like a son or daughter, or maybe you’re blending two families and need to make room – whatever the reason, if you pack and store the collection properly, it will remain in the same condition no matter how long it sits in storage.…

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Moving: Where Do You Even Start?

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When you first realize you have to move, you may feel like you’re standing at the bottom of a mountain, about to embark on a huge climb. You may not even know where to start. Between packing, finding a moving company, and looking for new homes, it’s no surprise that the prospect of moving seems overwhelming. You do, however, need to get started at some point! Here are five tasks you can tackle right off the bat to get your move headed in the right direction.…

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5 Questions To Consider Regarding Relocation Benefits

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Moving to a new city or state for a job can be overwhelming, especially if you have to pay for the entire relocation yourself. However, many businesses offer relocation benefits for new employees. Different businesses may offer much more robust benefits. Therefore, it’s important to know exactly what is covered. Check out these five questions to consider about relocation benefits to ensure your move is smooth. Does the Employer Provide a Moving Company?…

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7 Quick And Easy Packing Tips For Your Next Move

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Packing is certainly one of the most time-consuming aspects of moving. However, it does not have to be that bad if you’re careful to implement some time-saving strategies along the way. Here are seven quick tips to save you time, energy, and packing supplies the next time you relocate to a new home. 1. Use the padding you have rather than buying bubble wrap. Instead of buying bubble wrap or tissue paper, wrap your dishes, glasses, and other fragile items in your towels, sheets, dish cloths, and other plush items.…

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Stop Stressing Over A Move: Here's How

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Whether you have agreed to a new job or your family has changing needs, a move is sometimes in order. Just the idea of gathering all the items inside the house and transporting them somewhere new can bring a feeling of foreboding. The stress you might experience is shared by many, but you can find yourself feeling much better if you make a plan to do these things: Find Free Boxes…

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3 Questions To Ask When You Are Planning A Commercial Relocation For The First Time

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If you’re planning to move your business, office or other commercial entity in the near future, planning for the transportation of all the goods, items and property associated your with that process is of the utmost importance. However, commercial relocation can present with challenges not currently associated with domestic moves and the situation also intensifies when the move involves a significant distance. Therefore, when planning a commercial relocation, it’s best to ask the following questions of any organization with whom you are entrusting the tools of your trade and the items with which your business is associated.…

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5 Tips For Staying Safe When Using A Mobile Storage Unit For Moving

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If you are moving soon or are downsizing, using a mobile storage unit for your move can be a great way to go. It allows you to bring the storage unit to your home and pack it up on your timetable. #1 Stay Away While The Container Is Being Delivered When the container is being delivered, be sure to stay clear of the area. Allow the drivers to back up and set up the storage container in the area you have designated.…

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Are You Parents Moving Into Your Home? Hire Movers To Help With The Process

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When you live in a large home with a basement, it may be an option to rent out part of the home or even have a family member move in temporarily. Over time, you may realize that the extra room in your house allows for you to invite your parents to move in while knowing that they will be comfortable. A large home also makes it possible for you and your parents to get privacy, which is an important thing to have.…

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