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How To Recruit Friends To Help With Your Move Without Destroying Friendships

When you think of asking friends to help you move, you probably think of college days,...

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Nine Tips For An Easy, Breezy Unpack

When you’re getting ready to move, there are all sorts of resources to help you prepare....

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Your Office Moving Checklist

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…

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Five Tips If You Decide To Move Yourself

We get it, we really do. Sometimes people have more time than money so they decide...

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What To Pack First

Your new home is arranged, the movers are hired and your moving date is near. Now...

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The College Moving Habits You Should Drop Now – And The Ones You Can Keep

  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…

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How Moving Costs Are Calculated – Part Three (Short Hauls)

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.

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How Moving Costs Are Calculated – Part Two (Long-Distance Moves)

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.

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The Packing Advice You Won’t Hear Anywhere Else

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….

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How To Choose A Mover – Part Two

Once you’ve chosen the three companies to give you estimates, schedule times for them to come to your home. The estimate process should always be free. The estimator should take a thorough inventory. He or she may take measurements. They should also ask you about anything you might have had trouble moving into your home….

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