Packing Tips

Packing household belongings for a move is probably the most demanding task of all moving preparations – time-consuming, arduous and challenging. Good packing means that your possessions will remain intact during the long haul, while fast packing means you’ll be able to save plenty of time (hours or even days) for other important relocation tasks.
Observe these hand-picked Packing tips for zero damages of your stuff and zero headaches during the unpacking process.

How to pack a storage unit

Renting a self-storage unit can be an excellent solution during the home-moving process because you get that extra storage space where you can temporarily store some of your stuff until the transitional period is over. If used wisely, a storage unit of the right size can prove to be a smart way to fix your

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 pack handbags for moving

In all likelihood you consider your handbag to be your “survival kit” in everyday life – from your phone and your wallet to your lipstick and your pocket tissues, it contains everything you may need while you’re out of home. Besides, it is a fashionable accessory to your outfit and helps express your personal style

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

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 valuables when moving house

Packing and moving valuable items such as paintings, antique objects, priceless fine china set, jewelry pieces, electronic equipment, family heirlooms, and important or even irreplaceable documents poses a rather different type of relocation challenge compared to packing and moving clothes and books, for example. The thing is that nothing will happen when you drop a

How to pack toiletries for moving

Have you ever looked in wonder at all the different bottles, tubes, vials, palettes, and various other containers that hold your personal care products, beauty products, and other similar essentials you can’t live a day without? Fascinating as they may seem, you can find it hard to believe that you actually own (and use!) so

How to pack trophies when moving

Your residential move has just been confirmed, and you’re about to take the preliminary exploration tour around your home with the purpose of deciding which household items you will take with you to the new residence, and which ones you will leave behind. You’ve read some good moving tips and you know perfectly well that

When to hire a luxury moving company

There will always be this constant struggle for people who are moving house to do what it takes to cut down the moving costs. After all, the moving process is a notoriously expensive affair, so each and every proven cost-saving technique should be used to one’s advantage. Why move for more when you can move

How to move a dining room table

Moving house poses a great number of difficult problems, considerable risks, and big quandaries that need a good solution if the relocation process is to have any chance of success. One of the greatest of these moving house dilemmas is whether to sell your old belongings or take them to your new home. While it

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

Top 5 moving tips for newlyweds

Under ideal circumstances, a marriage is a strong and blessed union of two people who love each other and wish to spend the rest of their lives with the person who completes them. Only, even the most beautiful of unions will soon have to tackle much more mundane issues such as newlyweds moving in together

How to use plastic wrap for moving?

When faced with a laborious, difficult, and time-consuming task, such as packing for a move, you’ll probably find yourself wishing for some miraculous way to make your work simpler and faster. Any clever moving hacks than can help you finish the job in a quicker and more efficient manner will be more than welcome, there

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.

How to pack a china cabinet for moving

China cabinets are super elegant and very beautiful pieces of furniture that introduce unrivaled levels of charm and coziness into our homes. In addition to their captivating look and design, such cabinets often display one of the most fragile and exquisite items we own – from magnificent fine chinaware and crystal glassware to priceless heirlooms

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

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