After weeks of packing, decluttering, and dodging piles of boxes, the big day has finally arrived! We’ve compiled a quick guide to moving day etiquette to help your day go off without a hitch (and make sure you mind your moving manners). Take a look at our list of dos and don’ts for your moving day.
When it comes to mattresses, we can all empathize with Goldilocks's struggle. This one is too firm, that one is too soft, then suddenly, you find one that’s just right and everything falls into place. The last thing you want to do is abandon your perfect mattress when you move!
When it comes to furniture shipping, figuring out how to ship dining room chairs can pose a bit of a challenge. Their shape, material, and size make them vulnerable to damage and extreme environmental conditions. Ensure your chairs arrive in pristine condition by following these best practices.
Framed pictures require tender, loving care to ship, as they have sentimental and financial value—sometimes a great deal of both. Because of their fragile components and sometimes unusual dimensions, it can be difficult to figure out the best way to keep them safe during transit.
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.
Bicycles can be awkward to transport. For something that is designed for movement, their shape, size and sometimes weight, can prove somewhat challenging when it comes to moving them. Thankfully, there are few ways you can simplify this process, but there are several things you'll need to think about first.