Moving Day Image via Pexels If you are moving locally, time on moving day is money, literally. If you are moving long-distance, you still don’t want to drag the move out. Fortunately, there are ways you can help your move move along, but you might have to start before moving day. Pack Some customers pack…Continue Reading
So it’s time for you and your team to make a move to the new office. It’s time to get into gear and shift to a new home that will hopefully reflect the forward-looking nature of your business while providing a comfortable base for your staff. A potentially shambolic, stressful process can be turned into…Continue Reading
When I was in college and in my early 20s, I moved often. It was fairly easy then. Not only was my body young and able to take the abuses of carrying heavy items up and down stairs, I had young, strong friends, who were willing to pitch in for no more than beer…Continue Reading
Short hauls, or moves less than about 250 miles or within the same state from the origin, are, in the eyes of a moving company, sort of a strange breed.Continue Reading
In theory, no matter how far you move – whether it be across town or across country, the moving process doesn’t change. In reality, however, distance does make a difference.
The most time-consuming part of any move is the packing. It’s generally recommended that you begin packing one to two months before the moving day. Personally, I like to set a goal of about two to three boxes per person per evening. At that rate, it’s not very daunting, but the results add up quickly….Continue Reading