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  • A Moving Guide: Four Things To Do As Soon As You Arrive At Your New Place


    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


    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


    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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  • Preserving Your Wedding Dress: How To Keep It Good As New In Storage


    Whether you're moving or simply running out of space, putting your wedding dress into a storage unit can be nerve-wracking. To avoid damage to your wedding gown and ensure it stays beautiful and clean for years to come, consider the three tips listed below. Have Your Dress Professionally Preserved While professional cleaning may be enough for certain dress materials, other materials, such as silk, need a bit more care in order to prevent yellowing and staining.
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  • Moving Out-Of-State with Kids: Tips for an Easier Move


    Moving can be stressful enough as it is, but when you're moving to an entirely new state with children, things can quickly become even more challenging. More than likely, your children are feeling a bit of anxiety regarding the move; they may even be downright against moving to a new home. Regardless of your specific situation, there are some tips you can follow to make an out-of-state move with your children more manageable.
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  • Show Gratitude To Your Moving Crew In These Three Ways


    Hiring a team of professional movers can drastically reduce your stress level on moving day. Whether you work alongside the crew to pack, transport and unpack your belongings from one house to another or hire the movers to do the job from start to finish, you won't regret the assistance of professionals on your big day. Showing your appreciation for the crew's hard work can extend beyond simply saying "thank you.
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  • Avoid Fridge Mold: 3 Tips For Cleaning And Storing Your Refrigerator In A Storage Unit


    Moving is hectic. There's just so much to do. So it can be very tempting to cut corners when it comes to packing up and storing your things. However, if you fail to prep your fridge and store it properly, you may have a moldy, stinky mess on your hands when it comes time to get it out of storage. And if you've ever had to clean a fridge that's been closed up and sitting with no power, you know how difficult it is to get rid of the smell.
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  • Top Reasons To Hire Moving Professionals For Your Cross-Country Move


    Are you getting ready to move to a new home? Are you worried about the different issues that you might run into when moving to a new state? Although moving can be difficult and time consuming, moving companies can help make it less stressful. Here are some reasons why you should consider using one. Less physically demanding: Maybe you've bought a bunch of moving tools, such as dollies, hand trucks, and assorted furniture slides.
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  • Three Ways To Thank Your Moving Crew


    If you've ever attempted to lug a refrigerator, washing and dryer set or an L-shaped office desk yourself, you'll have even more appreciation for the crew of movers who work to make your move go as smoothly as possible. Whether you've hired a moving company, like Redondo Van & Storage, to look after all your household possessions or you've simply hired the service for a shorter duration to handle the big, bulky items, it's important to acknowledge the people who perform this physically demanding service for you.
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  • How To Avoid Bed Bugs In Your Storage Unit


    Bed bugs aren't just a concern inside your home or during a hotel stay, they can also infest a storage unit. Whether they are brought there by you or one of your neighbors at the storage facility, prevention and control should be a top priority. Fortunately, it's fairly easy to avoid bed bugs in a storage facility if you know the right way to pack up your stuff Skip The Climate Control
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