Regardless of whether you’re excited and eager to move to your new home or reluctant to embrace this unexpected and sometimes unwelcome event, moving can be an extremely stressful time. Try these tips to smooth the transition and make it a little less stressful.
Every industry has its own lingo and having the vocabulary to talk to people in the moving and shipping industries can help speed up the process and make it easier for you to clearly articulate what you want, as well as make it easier for you to understand what exactly you're getting or agreeing to.
If you’re moving to New York City, congratulations! An international hub for banking, finance, business, entertainment and the arts, this vast city has something exciting going on 24/7/365. However, all this excitement comes at a price.
Winter weather may not be ideal for relocating, but moving in the winter can help lower your costs and save you money. A bit of extra planning and preparation will ensure your belongings are protected from the cold during transit.
The increased adoption of technology ensures that you will need to move electronics at least once in your life. Save yourself time, effort and the expensive of having to replace them by learning how to pack electrical equipment properly the first time.
Nobody likes unpleasant surprises during bedroom moving or complete household shipping, especially when those surprises involve moving costs! When getting estimates on their household shipping jobs, people frequently underestimate the cost.
When it comes to packing up your belongings for a move you’ll need to make sure you choose the right packing materials for the job. In most cases you will be choosing between the two more popular types of packing materials: bubble wrap and packing peanuts.
As any collector knows, packing and shipping fragile items like a doll house is not an easy task. There are multiple delicate and expensive pieces, some have moving parts that need secured and others are very old and cannot take any large falls