Preparing For Professional Movers: 4 Things To Do The Day Before

Posted on: 23 July 2019

Hiring professional movers will definitely make your move easier than if you were to do everything yourself. If you want your movers to get in and out quickly, you should still spend a little time preparing for their arrival. Most of these tasks only take a few minutes to complete, so you should be able to squeeze your preparation in the day before your official "moving day." 1. Pick up all rugs. [Read More]

3 Tips For Keeping Your Move More Organized

Posted on: 17 July 2018

One of the things you may need to do at some point is to move to another location. Doing this will require the right amount of planning to have success. One way to make this a much less challenging time is by being organized — and knowing tips to allow you to achieve this goal can be helpful. Tip #1: Invest in labels Taking the time to purchase tags at your local store can be extremely helpful when it comes to any move. [Read More]

Tricks For Reducing Business Clutter Before You Move

Posted on: 10 February 2018

If your business is changing locations soon, you are going to want to reduce clutter. Just like when you move into a new home, you don't want to drag clutter from one business to the next that you no longer need. Getting rid of clutter is something that you and your employees need to accomplish before the moving company shows up.  Go Through Your Paperwork You don't need to save every piece of paperwork that your business has ever generated. [Read More]

Controlling Moving Costs When You Have A Lot Of Books

Posted on: 18 July 2017

If there's one item that really inflates moving costs, it's a book. One book might not look like much, but multiply that one into an entire library, and you have some hefty cargo that needs transport. Given that so many movers charge by weight, that means you could be looking at a big moving bill. If your office is planning a move and has a lot of books and folders, take these steps to reduce and control the cost of the move now, so you're not hit with a surprisingly large bill later on. [Read More]