How To Stay Sane When Moving Over The Holidays

Posted on: 12 December 2018
The holiday season is busy enough already. Add moving to your list during this time of year, and you'll certainly start to feel overwhelmed. Thankfully, there are some ways you can stay sane and tackle this challenge head-on. Start by following these tips. Plan ahead. The sooner you start planning the move, the less you'll actually have to do during the busy holiday season. There are many moving-related tasks you can tackle a few months in advance.
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A Moving Guide: Four Things To Do As Soon As You Arrive At Your New Place

Posted on: 22 February 2017
The moving process can be tiring and overwhelming. When you finally arrive at your new place and have all of your boxes stacked in the living room, you might be tempted to just pass out on the couch and sleep for three days. But before you let yourself rest, there are a few things you should do ASAP upon arriving at your new home. Check over your valuable items. Most moving companies offer insurance and will cover the cost of your items if they were damaged during transit.
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How To Prepare Your Car For Storage

Posted on: 20 July 2016
In order to protect a vehicle that you don't want to drive around or leave on your driveway during the winter months, long term storage is the best choice. However, if improperly stored, your car can become damaged even while sitting idle in a climate controlled room. Here are a few things that you can do to ensure that your car is in the best possible condition for surviving long term storage.
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Need To Put Your Vintage Furniture In Storage? 4 Ways To Avoid Permanent Damage

Posted on: 1 June 2016
Whether you inherited vintage furniture from family members or you purchased your own collection, you may intend on keeping it all in your family for the rest of your life. But, this does not mean that you will always have room to showcase these pieces in your own home. If you need to put the furniture away for some time, you should not let it sit in a garage or basement where it is at risk.
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