Is Your Business Ready For Relocating?


Whether you are relocating your business due to growth or the end of the current lease, it is important that you and your staff prepare for the move months in advance. Waiting until the last minute could result in your business being closed for longer than anticipated, which can be frustrating to your customers, business partners, and staff. To help you get started with the preparations, here are a few things you should do now.

30 June 2017

How You Can Make Moving Less Stressful On Your Pooch


While the process of moving is an exciting one that offers new experiences and opportunities, the process can be pretty stressful on your dog. Your pooch may have accidents indoors, chew on things he shouldn't, or bark excessively while feeling anxious about your move. These behaviors can make the move more stressful on your entire family – minimizing your dog's stress can help keep him calm and your household on track throughout the move, which should make the experience is more pleasant for everyone involved.

21 June 2016

Making The Move: How To Make Sure Your Houseplants Survive The Move


Moving to a new location can be both exciting and stressful as you pack up your belongings and say goodbye to your current home. One of the things that makes your new home feel welcoming is taking your beloved items with you. If your houseplants are one of your prized possessions, you will need to know how to move them safely. Will the movers take my houseplants? Some movers do not transport houseplants at all and require you to take them in your personal vehicle.

8 February 2016

Moving Companies and Wine: What You Need to Know


If you have a large wine collection and are preparing to move, you may have many questions about how this will factor into your move. Getting answers to the questions you have will better help you to understand what to expect and how to plan for your move with wine. Can a Moving Company Move a Wine Collection? A professional moving company is able to move your wine collection as long as you are moving locally, or within the state you already live.

28 January 2016

4 Things NOT to Do When You Are Moving


Many times when people are moving locally they underestimate the time and effort that will be required during the move. They figure that since it is just up the street, or even across town, it will be much easier to do than a move out of town or out of state. Nothing could be further from the truth. Moving locally can be just as hard, if not harder, than a long distance move.

15 January 2016

Two Instances When You Can Sue a Landlord for Moving Costs


According to some people, the average person needs at least 8 weeks to prepare for a move and make it happen. Sometimes, however, people have to pack up and leave at the last minute, incurring considerable costs in the process. If your emergency move is due to something your landlord did, you may be able to recover the cost from him or her. Here are two situations when you can collect moving costs from your landlord.

15 January 2016

Helping Elderly Parents Move: DIY Or Hire Movers?


If your elderly parents are at the point in life where it's time for them to leave their homes and downsize to a small condominium or an assisted living facility, you might struggle with the decision of whether to move them yourself or to hire professional movers. While there is no one correct answer, here are some considerations that might make the decision-making process easier. Number of Items If your parents have lived in the same home for decades, chances are very good that they have many items that will not be making the move with them to a smaller place.

11 January 2016