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Deciding What to Keep and What to Ditch Before a Move

Moving is never fun. Whether its across town or across the country, moving is stressful, expensive, and a lot of work. Don’t make it harder on yourself. You don’t need to take everything you own with you. Consider this an opportunity to purge and finally throw out the things you never use or don’t really need. If you are hiring a company or doing the work yourself, the more you take the more expensive the move will be. Movers typically…
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Moving Tips for Single Parents

Being a single parent is already a tough job to take. Adding to that tough job by moving as a single parent takes a lot of courage, and planning. Luckily, there are a few tips you can look at for guidance when you are moving with kids and you’re a single parent. Prepare Your Kids for Moving The best way you can start this off is by explaining to your child that you are moving. Explain to them that you…
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Essential Items People Forget on Moving Day

When moving from one home to another, a common mistake most people make is leaving essential items behind and possibly even losing them on moving day. Some of these items that are commonly forgotten are essential to everyday use and cause a lot of problems once they go missing. Read on to find out what these easily forgotten essentials are so you can remember to bring them on your own moving day. Batteries Without batteries, you won’t be able to…
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What Should and Shouldn’t Go in Storage Between Homes

Everyone dreams of a perfectly timed, seamless move where your lease ends as your new one begins. As great as it would be if you are able to sell your previous home the same week you close on another, this does not always happen in practice. It is not uncommon for there to be gaps between homes where you might have to stay in a temporary space that doesn’t allow for all of your furniture and belongings. One convenient option…
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Preparing to Relocate During the Action-Packed Holiday Season

It can be tough to go forward with a move at any normal time of the year, but it can be particularly hard to do so during the often chaotic and busy holiday season. If you want to simplify tackling a holiday move of any kind, then the first thing you should do is hire reputable professionals who can assist you. Tackling a holiday move independently may prove to be too much for most people. Take the Weather Into Consideration…
Man loading items into a pickup to take to Goodwill

Decluttering Before a Move Part 2

In a culture like ours that tends to throw away so many things that other people could use, it can be nice to know that perfectly good items are not just ending up in a landfill—and it’s even nicer if you can make some money while you’re at it. In part one of our series on decluttering before a move, we talked about some of the ways that you can get rid of your items and make money through online…
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How to Make Money While Decluttering Before a Move

Everyone has heard of or seen the show Hoarders, and we always think, “at least I don’t have that much stuff!” The reality is that we often don’t truly realize how many items and possessions we have until we try to move and have to deal with the organization and moving of all of it. This leads many people to consider decluttering as a means to lighten their moving workload—but what most people don’t realize is that they might be…
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Things You Should Know Before Moving to Dallas, TX
From your Dallas, Fort Worth Area Movers

Dallas, Texas is one of the major urban centers in the United States, and the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area is home to 13 counties. In recent times, there has been a huge influx of people moving into the Dallas area from all over the country. Alongside Houston, Austin, and San Antonio, it is one of the most booming cities in the nation. Whether you like sporting events or just want to experience a relaxing weekend in a multi-cuisine restaurant, the…
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Professional Packing Services: Everything You Need to Know to Move Forward
Advice from your Fort Worth TX Movers

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It can be such a huge headache to handle any kind of relocation project. If you’re moving from a small apartment into a much larger detached home in the suburbs, it can be a time-consuming thing. If you’re moving all the way across the country to a brand new city and state, it can be just as stressful. The good news is that there are several things that you can do to decrease your moving burden a bit. You can…
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Preparing Your Piano For A Move
Tips from your Movers in Denton TX

In every home, there are a handful of belongings that are especially adored by the owners – the irreplaceable, the heirlooms, and the things that make a house a home. For any musician, an instrument without a doubt falls into this category. A guitar, violin, or saxophone to a musician is like the brush and canvas to a painter – the tool they use to create, express, and thrive. When it comes to moving time, special attention must be paid…