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7 Easy Tips To Make Moving Day Painless

Moving day can be a very stressful occasion, even with the help of a professional moving service! It is a major task, and involves a lot of forethought and planning to tackle effectively. Here are some clever moving tips to greatly ease your troubles on moving day. Create a Plan of Action Plan ahead, and stick to the schedule as much as possible! Some people wait until the last minute to do everything, but certain things require advance preparation to get done in time. Read More 

How A Storage Unit Can Help You During The Home Staging Process

If you are thinking about putting your home on the market, your real estate agent might have talked to you about staging your home. Basically, the staging process is designed to make your home look more appealing to potential buyers, such as when there is an open house or when your home is being shown. When staging your home, consider renting a storage unit; this will make the process a whole lot easier. Read More 

4 Somewhat Weird Yet Extremely Useful Moving Tips

When you let your friends and family know that you're packing up house and moving, they'll likely be more than happy to offer you some moving tips. This is true even if they've never moved once in their lives. This isn't to say that some of their moving tips won't be beneficial, but here are a few that you can rest easy knowing that will work even if they do sound a bit odd: Read More 

Items To Keep Out Of A Moving Truck

When making a move from your home to a new one, you will be busy for weeks beforehand with packing items so they are safe while being transported by a moving company. When you are sorting through your belongings, there are a few items you should set aside to bring to your new home on your own rather than placing them into a box or container to make the move in a truck. Read More 

3 Tips To Protect Your Items From Water Damage While In A Storage Unit

Storage units are a nice place to store your things if you are in need of extra space. However, if you live in a rainy climate, then you will quickly find that a storage unit isn't that great at keeping water out. During heavy rain, water can flood the unit from the base or enter through a leaky roof. This often results in water damage to all your valuable items. As a result, it is up to you to protect your items from water damage while they are sitting in a storage unit. Read More