Are you tired of your family finding their holiday presents before it's actually time to hand over those gifts? Does it seem like at least one relative has a sixth sense and will be able to find anything no matter where you put it in your home? Sometimes finding these presents is an accident, but sometimes it's the result of a concentrated effort to locate the goods. Regardless, this can be a frustrating experience for both you and the gift recipient.
2 December 2019
While trucks are a popular choice for those who are shopping for a new vehicle, a large portion of Americans do not currently own one. Some of these households do not want the extra expense that owning a truck would incur, while others see no need because they rarely haul anything bulkier than groceries and pet food. When they need to relocate to a different home, they simply rent a moving truck or hire a moving company to do the work.
26 June 2019
When it comes to packing for a move, you probably already know how to prepare clothing, books, and other indoor items. Packing patio furniture, on the other hand, can be more of a challenge. Here are a few things to consider before you begin packing your outdoor furniture for a move. Inspect For Damage Outdoor furniture can become damaged over time, even if it's built to withstand the elements. Woven wicker chairs and tables can develop holes after repeated use, while metal furniture can begin to rust and corrode.
14 May 2018
Moving fragile objects is a fairly common concept, but it isn't enough for some things. Computers, copiers, televisions, and other electronics have a few issues that are a bit more complicated than wrapping everything with bubble wrap. Here are a few technology moving details to help you understand what could go wrong, and to give you an idea of what movers will do to keep your tech safe. Why Isn't Bubble Wrap Enough?
14 December 2017