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Why Fewer Movers Isn’t Usually Better

As every moving consultant will tell you, there’s one very common scenario when people ask for...

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Here Are Some Questions You’re Probably Afraid To Ask

Do the Movers Judge Me? Our movers are human, but trust me when I say they’ve...

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The Anatomy Of A Moving Truck

If you’ve ever moved professionally, you may have noticed that the truck is almost like a Tardis. Inside seems so much larger than the outside, yet before a single box or piece of furniture is loaded, it’s stocked with everything the movers should need. So, what, exactly, does a moving truck hold? Blankets Any decent…

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Your Moving ‘Rights And Responsibilities’ Explained In Plain English

If you’re moving across country, or even a state away, your mover is required to provide you with a booklet or link to Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move. The booklet is 22 pages long, but it’s all fairly simple. Here is a summary in plain English: It’s your responsibility to read all your…

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What To Do If Your Moving Day Is A Scorcher

Last week, something strange happened in the Bay Area; we saw very, very hot weather. Most...

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When Your Move Might Need Storage

Here are some times you might need storage: When Your New Home isn’t Ready Most moves...

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The Real Estate Market Is Leveling Out — What Does That Mean For Your Move?

After years of skyrocketing real estate prices, the market is beginning to level off. For many, it could be easier to find a new home. But what does that mean for your move? Moving follows the real estate market fairly closely, as you might imagine. If the market is hopping, people are moving. That makes…

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How To Move With Your Pets

Go to the Vet If you’re like 2/3rds of American households, you have a pet, and...

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What To Take With You When Moving Across Country

No matter where you’re moving, the concept is relatively simple: Movers pack up your goods, load them on to a truck, and unload your goods at your new home. If you’re moving more that a couple hundred miles away, though, the process changes considerably, and you should be prepared. Movers keep costs of long-distance moves…

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It’s Busy Season — What Does That Mean For Your Move?

You Should Plan Ahead The rain is about gone, and the weather is getting warmer. The...

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