2 Things You Should Do To Make Things Easier On Your Moving Company

Posted on: 24 February 2017

Moving to a new location becomes a lot less stressful when you hire a professional to do most of the moving work for you. A moving company can come to your home and pack all your belongings according to how fragile they are, remove them room by room, and then relocate them to your new home. The movers can then even take your items and place them in your new house so you arrive to a home that is move-in ready for the most part. [Read More]

2 Tips For Easing Your Dog's Transition To Your New Home After Moving

Posted on: 25 July 2016

When moving to a new home in town with your dog, you may want to make the move as comfortable for your pooch as possible. Since even the smallest changes in your dog's routine or environment could lead to behavioral changes, you may want to try one or both of the following tips to ease its transition to your new home. Keep To Your Dog's Routine As Much As Possible [Read More]

3 Things To Do Before You Start Packing That Will Make Packing Easier

Posted on: 10 February 2016

Before you start packing for a big move, you need to get your house and things in order. Here are three things that you should do around your home before you start packing.  Quickly Clean Your House Before you start packing, you need to clean your house. You don't need to deep clean your house; that will be easier to do once everything is packed up and moved out. However, starting with everything clean and in place will help you work through each room and pack more efficiently. [Read More]

Moving A Hand-Me-Down Piano To Your House

Posted on: 7 November 2015

If you come into possession of a piano via an inheritance or other means and need to transport the instrument from someone else's home to yours, you need to understand the special requirements of moving such a large apparatus. You need a large crew of strong bodies, preferably licensed movers that specialize in transporting pianos, to move the instrument properly so it does not suffer any long-term damage. If you have no experience in transporting pianos, the following guide can help you understand the ins and outs of the process before you call a moving company. [Read More]