3 Things To Do To Prepare To Move Your Gun Safe

When you are in the middle of moving, most things can be packed up and hauled by professional movers to your next place. However, there are certain items that will require special attention and handling, and a gun safe is one of those things. Professional movers can differ on how they prefer to handle such a unique piece, but there are general guidelines that you can expect to be required. Knowing these general guidelines in advance can help you get prepared for your gun safe move. Read More 

How To Make Moving Easier When You’re A Senior

If you've decided that your golden years should be spent in a smaller home, it's time to start planning your move. Unfortunately, you might find that moving was easier when you were younger and weren't suffering from mobility issues. If mobility issues are getting in your way, you're going to need some assistance with your move. Here are four steps you can take to make moving during your golden years a little easier. Read More 

Three Tips For Minimizing Costs When Using Hourly Movers

People who are moving locally and don't have a lot of belongings may actually save more money opting for an hourly moving plan rather than choosing the flat rate option, even with a minimum number of hours (usually three) requirement the moving company may impose. However, you need to plan carefully so you can move a quickly as possible; otherwise, you will easily end up with a bigger bill than you want. Read More 

A Few Tips For Finding A Great Storage Unit

Putting your items in long term storage can be a bit of a nerve racking event. You want to know if your belongings are going to be safe and that nothing will happen to them. The good news is that most storage facilities are great at what they do. However, there are a few different aspects that you want to check for in your potential storage unit. Here are just a few of the most important aspects of a storage unit. Read More 

3 Things Not To Do When Moving Your Piano Yourself

If you are moving with the help of family and friends, you may wonder if there is anything you need to know about moving your piano without damaging it. If so, consider the three things below that you should not do while trying to move your large instrument. Don't Forget Use Packing Inside The strings inside your piano are fragile and sensitive to pressure and movement. While you are moving the piano, there is a chance that they could stretch or bumps could knock them out of tune, leading to a costly tuning bill. Read More