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  • What will Movers not pack?
    When it comes to a major move, many items are unsafe for your mover to transport.  Still, others require your individual attention to ensure that these get safely from point A to point B. Learning on moving day that your mover can not move a specific item only compounds your stress and aggravation.  It’s a
  • Typical Relocation Package
    When a company offers an employee long-term employment in a location greater than 50 miles from their current work location, the company may also offer a relocation package to cover moving and other related expenses.  A quality relocation package provides peace of mind and an incentive to accept the job offer for the employee. The
  • What to Get Rid Of When Moving
    You’ve made the tough decision to move.   Part of your decision may come from looking around your present residence and feeling there’s just too much stuff. Before you pack box one, you have a process ahead.  You need to determine what to get rid of when moving.  The question of what to purge is
  • When to Start Packing For A Move
    As a part of their marketing, some realtors tell you, “Call me and then start packing.”  That advice could be too little, too late.  A household move is a strategic endeavor that requires equal parts decisions, logistics, and pre-planning. Using a professional mover can be an asset, but knowing in advance how to pack, store
  • What Is The Cheapest Way To Move Long Distance
    Looking for a less expensive way to move long distance? We get it. The average cost to hire a professional mover for an interstate move is almost $5,000, (based on an average weight of 7,500 pounds and an average distance of 1,000 miles). You may be a little concerned about the costs involved with moving.