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When it comes to moving, nothing is more stressful than watching perfect strangers pack up your belongings and load them into a truck. In addition to stressing about dropped items and botched packing, some people also worry about things getting damaged along the way. Fortunately, by learning more about the packing process, you might be able to take care of business and worry less during your next move. There is a science to moving, and if you can learn the tricks of the trade, you can eliminate risk. This website will teach you everything you need to know about moving, so that you aren't left wondering about your stuff.

Four Etiquette Questions You Might Have Before Moving Day

If this will be the first time you hire a moving company to help transport items to your new home, you may not be overly familiar with the process. You probably have a few etiquette questions regarding what you should and should not do before, during, and after the movers are working. Here are some of those common questions and their answers. 1. Do you need to help the movers? Read More 

Long-Distance Moving And Marriage: Four Helpful Tips

If you and your future spouse have a long-distance relationship, you'll likely need to plan for the move after the wedding. Here are a few helpful tips you can use to prepare for your long-distance move and the start of this next chapter in your life. Compare Inventories You and your future spouse likely both have some of the same types of furniture, such as sofas and dining room tables. You won't need two of each when you move in together, so compare the large items you both own. Read More 

3 Logical Reasons To Rent A Storage Unit When Painting The Interior Of Your Home

It is normal to simply move furniture from one room to the next if you are only tackling a single space during an interior painting project, but if your project is much bigger, renting a storage unit could be an excellent idea. There are all kinds of advantages to having somewhere to stick your items while you work on changing the color scheme of a room, and some facilities even offer short-term rentals that work out really well for these situations. Read More 

Heavy Duty Plastic Storage Bins: 3 Features You’ll Want When Storing Paperwork For The IRS

As a business owner, not only are you responsible for filing your taxes correctly every year, but you are also responsible for keeping the paperwork and supporting tax records for at least 7 years. To prevent being held liable in the event that the IRS comes knocking, your best bet would be to store all of the necessary paperwork away in heavy duty plastic storage bins just in case. Heavy duty plastic storage bins will protect the paperwork from becoming damaged. Read More 

Everything But the Kitchen Sink? What Not to Take With You When You Move

If you're planning to move in the near future, it's likely that you've looked around your home and wondered how you would fit everything into your moving truck, your new home and your new life. The truth is, there are some items that you might want to leave behind, whether you offer them to the new owners of your home or you donate them to a thrift shop. Take a look at this list of items and ask yourself if you really need or want to bring them with you. Read More