Moving Day Tips

Moving day is finally here!
You’ve been anxiously anticipated it for quite some time, and now here it is. Regardless of whether you’ve chosen to hire the services of a professional moving company or you’ve taken the DIY approach to moving, Moving day is crucial to the successful ending of your relocation story. It is a time when things could get messy unless you’re adequately prepared for its surprises.

How to pack a large mirror for moving

Do you remember how many years of bad luck a broken mirror will bring? Well, it doesn’t really matter because thanks to these mirror packing tips, your large mirror will survive any house move perfectly intact. Large mirrors can be rather expensive to replace if the worst happens to them: their frames get damaged in

How to move a motorcycle cross country

It’s funny that you should be interested in how to move a motorcycle across country when motorcycles are, in fact, excellent methods of transport. Can’t you just ride your bike to reach your end destination? Well, it’s never that simple, is it? When it’s time to move to another home, driving a motorcycle cross country

How to pack tools for moving

Moving to a new home can be rather difficult even without any additional complications like having to organize an emergency move (too little time) or being forced to move out with a limited budget (too little money). Not surprisingly, one of the things that can make each household move a real challenge is the task

What is moving labor and why do you need it?

Moving is difficult – if you have ever moved house, you will know how true this is. Every stage and part of the moving process is difficult, each one more so than the other. And while some aspects of the relocation endeavor are emotionally difficult (leaving your comfort zone, parting with close friends, braving the

How to move an armoire by yourself

An armoire is an elegant and functional standalone cabinet with drawers, shelves, and sometimes hanging space that offers extra storage for your clothes and other personal items. Armoires can be exceedingly heavy because they are usually made of solid wood, and that fact makes them really difficult to move when the time has come for

How to move a wood stove by yourself

Wood-burning stoves prove to be superb sources of renewable heat during the cold days and months of the year. As an added bonus, the majority of wood stoves are pretty charming and they do tend to radiate a sense of comfort and coziness throughout a home when they are burning. The mere thought of controlling

Does my furniture need furniture movers?

You’re probably not too worried about how to pack up and move your book collection – you just find strong cardboard boxes, arrange the books carefully inside them (no book spines should be facing you), and you make sure those boxes do not become too heavy in the end. You’re probably not overly concerned about

How to pack a chandelier for moving

A chandelier can be a beautiful, radiant and expensive centerpiece in any home, and the last thing you’d want is to see it damaged during a house move. The chandelier you own may even be infused with an overdose of sentimental value, therefore it’s essential that you pay extra attention when you’re packing a chandelier for

How to pack a guitar for moving

Guitars are notoriously delicate and fragile musical instruments that have not been designed to be tossed around inside a moving vehicle. In fact, guitars don’t enjoy being moved too much – they like it when they are sleeping motionless in their hard or soft cases and when they are kept stationary on their guitar stands.

5 super fun things to do before moving away

The solid combination of logic and reason state that moving house has nothing to do with fun, and most moving experts would be quick to confirm that the two concepts are mutually exclusive. You’ve probably heard a number of times that moving to another home is a serious matter – an extremely stressful life event

How to move your home office in 7 simple steps

If you’ve been lucky enough to work from home – something that many people can only dream about – then you must surely know what a privileged situation you’re in. Instead of having to commute to work twice a day by car (too much stress and road rage), public transportation (too many people) or biking

How to stay in a good mood when moving house

A house move can easily prove to be a period when different types of strong emotions tend to blend in together to form a dangerously unstable concoction. It’s never easy to up and move family members and household items to another home in another part of the country – if it were too simple, then

How to thank my movers?

If your upcoming household move is not suited for brave self-moving attempts due to the great move distance, unavailability of reliable friends, or presence of too many specialty items for packing and moving, then the sensible thing to do under the presented circumstances is to research the best moving companies near you and choose the

6 things movers want you to know

No matter how busy and stressful the pre-move preparations are, moving day will inevitably come, and its successful conclusion will also mean the end of your relocation ordeal is already in sight. Time will tell whether that major change in your life will be for the better or not, but right now it’s time to

How to ensure moving day help?

If planning a residential move and feeling overwhelmed with relocation preparations and tasks, you’re very likely to get one very specific recurring nightmare – the big day comes, everything goes wrong, and your relocation endeavor ends in complete disaster. Such horror visions are hardly a surprise considering the number of well-grounded reasons people have to

How to make moving day less stressful?

There is a good reason why moving day ranks among the most stressful days in life – it is strenuous and unnerving, full of risks and uncertainties, emotionally draining and mentally taxing… The number of things that can go wrong on this single day is so large that even thinking about it is enough to