There’s no getting around it. Moving is stressful. Carting everything you own – whether across town or across the world – is an enormous undertaking. What’s more, since most of us will only move a few times in our lives, we never have quite enough practice to get really good at it. Fortunately, there are brave men and
DIY moving your furniture, clothes or whatever might seem at first glance as a good thing to do – at least you save money! On the other hand it will take a lot of time to finish it yourself and might result in a few dire damages. If you don’t have a decent moving experience,
Moving any piece of furniture isn’t magic but still, some safety tips can be helpful. 1. Check your furniture if it is decently heavy or easy to scratch. Heavy for sure means you need to take some parts off to make it lighter. It’s obvious as sun in the sky. Remove the drawers, shelves, take
If you were to ask us if it is better to pack small items yourself or leave it to a professional moving company, we would suggest the latter for a few simple reasons: moving Pros were trained and examined on how to pack stuff to avoid possible damages; they always have all necessary packing materials
For some LA residents moving has become a yearly routine. Along with the move follows the stress of packing, furniture assembly-disassembly, reassigning of utility bills, change of addresses for your bank, DMV, insurance companies, to name a few. Here are 5 tips on how to avoid the dread of the move.
Why would you hire a moving company in the first place? If you’re reading this, probably you’re either getting ready or have already started your journey in finding the best solution for your move. You also most likely have faced the vast ocean of moving companies, each offering its cumbersome pricing estimates, which by the