3 Myths About Moving To Know Before Your Local Move

Hiring movers for the very first time to move across town? If so, you may have heard some misconceptions about the process that has you a bit concerned about your upcoming moving day. Here is what you need to know about the following moving myths. Myth: Movers Charge By The Pound While it is true the movers will weigh a moving truck and charge by the pound for a long distance move, a local move is very different. [Read More]

Helping Your Loved One Move Into Assisted Living: Planning The Move

Making the transition into assisted living can be difficult for your loved one, and the actual moving day can bring added stress. However, there are several things you can do to help make this transition a bit easier. Use the following guide to help plan your loved one's move into an assisted living facility and provide him or her with the emotional and physical support needed for the move. Hire A Move-In Manager [Read More]

Tips To Help You Relocate Your Business

Moving your business can be an exciting time: your company's growth may warrant more space or you may want to move to a more visible location. Whatever the reason, there is a lot of work to be done. Here are some things to keep in mind to keep this transition as smooth as possible. Start Planning Well in Advance Planning a residential move can take months (selling the property, cleaning and prepping the house, packing, etc. [Read More]

How To Properly Prepare Plants For A Move

Moving to a new home requires a great deal of disruption to your everyday life, and it also requires a great deal of preparation to ensure that your belongings do not become damaged while in transit. For no other belonging that you own does this hold true more for than it does for your potted plants. These living decorations in your home can easily become damaged or dehydrated while moving, leaving them listless or even dead by the time that you start unpacking. [Read More]