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How To Move Houseplants

July 20th, 2018 (No Comments)

Moving houseplants might seem like a fairly ordinary task, but they are actually some of the most problematic items you will encounter during your move.

How To Stay Cool, Even During A Move

July 12th, 2018 (No Comments)

Summer is by far the most popular time to move. Home sales are booming, school is out, and the odds of it raining on your furniture are pretty slim, at least in California. Still, we aren’t immune to the weather. With temperatures nearing triple digits in parts of the Bay Area, trying to stay cool […]

How To Live Your Life While Moving Without Going Insane

June 25th, 2018 (No Comments)

If you’re one of the lucky souls who’s able to move while between jobs, when the kids are at summer camp, and are generally able to put life on hold, you are part of a very exclusive and fortunate club. While preparing for a move is a lot of work for everyone, this post of […]

What are the Best Storage Options for your Extra Stuff?

June 19th, 2018 (No Comments)

Have you ever bought something, took it out of its meticulously packed box and failed to get it back in? Sometimes moving can feel a bit like that. In your old home, for the most part, there was a place for everything and everything had its place. Your new home might even be bigger, but […]

When To Hire A Handyperson And When To Hire A Contractor

June 15th, 2018 (No Comments)

When something breaks in your home, it’s easy to imagine dollar bills flying out the windows. Depending on what’s wrong, though, you might be able to save money by hiring a handyperson instead of a licensed contractor. Be careful, though, some jobs require licensed contractors. How do you know when to hire a handyperson and […]

Nearly Everyone Forgets To Change Locks When They Move — Here’s What You Need To Know

June 4th, 2018 (No Comments)

You bought a new house, everything is packed, you’ve hired the movers, you’ve transferred utilities and arranged your children’s schools. There’s probably one thing you’ve forgotten, though, and it could save you from having your new home burglarized. It’s time to change locks. Receiving the keys to your new home is an exciting time. The […]

How To Tip Movers (And Everyone Else)

May 28th, 2018 (No Comments)

How do you reward people for a job well done?

How To Make A Summer Move Without Overheating

May 21st, 2018 (No Comments)

Summer is by far the busiest time in the moving industry. Children are out of school, for many, work is a bit slower, and you don’t have to worry about Mother Nature snowing on your moving parade. If your home, like many in California, doesn’t have air conditioning, moving day can be especially hot. First, […]

How To (Almost) Look Forward To Moving Day

May 16th, 2018 (No Comments)

It’s probably cliché by now to say that moving day is right up there with divorce, job loss and even death as one of life’s most stressful times. While I suspect this age-old study (if it was actually a study) was done when people were a bit less transient, for most people, the stress of […]

All The Best Ways To Deal With A Nightmare Of A Neighbor

May 9th, 2018 (No Comments)

Don’t Let a Bad Neighbor Ruin Your Life If you live in a city or in a suburb, the last thing you want to worry about is a bad neighbor. Your house may be beautiful. Maybe you got it for a bargain, by Bay Area standards, but a single nightmare of a neighbor can ruin […]

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