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How To Stay Healthy When The Air Quality Is Bad

Last year, millions of Bay Area residents thought they had been transported to the set of the “Blade Runner.” Overnight, the smoke from the California wildfires transformed our usual morning haze into something much more eerie, almost apocalyptic. The sky was suddenly orange. This year hasn’t been as bad, yet, but the air quality throughout…

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How You Can Help The Movers During The Move

Hiring professional movers is absolutely the fastest and most efficient way to move, but if you’re like a lot of people, you don’t feel right just sitting there while people are working hard on your behalf. First off, let’s get that guilt out of the way. You are paying the movers and they have their…

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How to Handle a Bad Moving Experience

Everyone has heard about them. Hopefully, not everyone has had a bad moving experience, but the reality is – bad moving experiences happen. They happen so often that there are websites solely dedicated to the concept. Sadly, they also come with their own set of dissatisfied customers. The truth about the moving industry is that it is largely…

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What Is ‘Black Mold’ And How Do You Get Rid Of It?

Rainy season is here, which means you might be seeing or smelling some uninvited intruders, such as black mold. To paraphrase Mae West, when it’s dry in California, it’s really really dry, but when it rains it really rains. We’re in a severe drought situation, so we really need the rain, but it’s best kept…

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How San Francisco Moves Vary From Atherton Moves

You might think San Francisco moves and Atherton moves are pretty much the same thing. They can be, but San Francisco moving and Atherton moving can be very different for a few main reasons. Does the median home price affect the cost of moving? Atherton, CA is often called the most expensive zip code in…

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What Is Rosh Hashanah?

You may or may not have heard that Rosh Hashanah, or the start of the Jewish High Holidays, begins Monday night at sundown, but what is Rosh Hashanah and what are the High Holidays? Rosh Hashanah In its simplest definition, Rosh Hashanah, which is translated to “the head of the year,” is the Jewish New…

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How To Conserve Water During A Drought

California is currently suffering from one of the worst droughts in the state’s history. Governor Gavin Newsom has asked Californians to help with the drought situation by cutting household water usage by 15 percent. While commercial enterprises do use a lot more water than residential homes, we should all still do our parts because every…

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How To Remove That Ugly Popcorn Ceiling

When we were house hunting, one of my absolute deal breakers was popcorn ceilings. We both love old homes and neither of us were afraid of a little work, but for some reason, those popcorn ceilings reminded me of everything I’ve hated about rentals. Also, I had read that the “popcorn” is likely to be…

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The Five Best Ways To Save Money On Your Move

If you have a move coming up in the near future, you might be looking for ways to save money. Who could blame you? Times seem to be tough for most of us these days. Some are moving away from expensive cities like San Francisco and San Jose to the East Bay or even further…

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Double Drive Time Explained

Over the last few weeks, a few customers have questioned the fact that their moving bill contains a line item called “double drive time.” We can’t blame people for questioning it. The term kind of sounds weird, like you’re paying the movers to drive back home. What most customers don’t know, though, is that double…

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