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Are You Moving Your Sewing Business To A New State? 3 Tips To Pack And Transport Your Workshop

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Over the years, your sewing business has built quite a following. While you are going to miss your local clients, you may also be excited to embark upon a new adventure where you can build your business in a new location. For many sewing business owners, one of the most difficult parts of a move is figuring out how to pack their supplies so that they arrive at the new location undamaged. Read More»

3 Things That Can Derail Your Moving Project

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Few things are as disheartening as planning a move only to have it derailed on the day of the move. You can avoid such heartaches by identifying the potential causes of mishaps so that you can deal with them preemptively. Here are some of these potential issues, and how you can deal with them to ensure your move proceeds effortlessly. Inadequate Parking Space If you are moving your whole house, then it’s highly likely that you will need a big truck on your moving day. Read More»

3 Thorough Reasons Why You Need Movers for a Studio Apartment

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Moving into a studio can mean downsizing pretty much all of your belongings. Packing your life into very few square feet means that you will have to make cuts and keep only the necessary items. Some people cut back on studio furnishings by finding items that will offer dual purpose. Regardless of your reasoning for moving into a studio and your downsizing, you will still want to call movers to get into your new space. Read More»

3 Tips For A Long Distance Move With A Family

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One of the more stressful times in life is when you need to face moving a long distance. This can be especially anxiety-filled if you have a family. Working to ensure all of your family members are content during this process can be difficult. However, knowing specific things you can do to make this relocation task an easier one is sure to be beneficial to you. Tip #1: Hold a meeting Read More»

Preparing For An In-Home Moving Estimate: Four Things To Know

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Having your moving company provide an in-home estimate can give you a more accurate idea of how much your move will cost, but there are a few steps you will need to take to prepare for this meeting with the movers. Here are some things you can do to prepare for your in-home moving estimate. Mark Items That Won’t Be Moved You may have some items you don’t wish to bring with you to your new home, and that means that you won’t want them included in your estimate. Read More»

Tips For Moving A Refrigerator The Right Way

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If you have not moved in a decade or more and are finally moving from one home to the next, then you may not really be prepared for the task. This is one reason why it is wise to contact local moving services. If this is not in your budget, then you will need to do a bit of planning to make sure that you have things arranged and worked out properly. Read More»

Five Mistakes To Avoid When You Label Your Moving Boxes

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Properly labeling your moving boxes is one of the most important precautions you need to take to ensure a smooth move to your new residence. Unfortunately, a lot of people make labeling mistakes that hamper their progress both during their move and in the days immediately afterward.  The following are five labeling mistakes to avoid to avoid problems and organization issues during your move: Not taking advantage of color coding Read More»

2 Ways To Get Moved In A Hurry

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When you find out you have to move in a hurry, the already stressful process of moving gets even more stressful. All of a sudden the time you thought that you would have to pack and organize help to move everything is gone, and you are still stuck with all that stuff and hardly any time at all to get it all done. So, what can you do? Last Minute Movers Read More»

Reasons For Choosing A Packing Company

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If you are going to be moving then you may not be looking forward to all that packing and physical labor that you have ahead of you. Also, if you have some physical limitations, a short deadline, or you have other things that are getting in your way of your ability to take care of your packing in the timeframe and manner necessary then you should consider going with a professional packing company. Read More»