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Need to Move Across the State Due to Your Job?

Posted by on Apr 22, 2015 in Long Distance Mover | 0 comments

How to Move Cross Country Using a Long Distance Mover If you are moving long distance, you have numerous options to choose from. You could fly and get your belongings shipped, you can drive your vehicle and tow your items using a trailer, or you could hire a moving truck. You could hire a crate, pack at your own leisure, and get it shipped to you, or you could hire a long distance mover to do it all for you. By performing preliminary research, you will be able to determine which choice will be the cheapest and the most expedient for...

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Need Some Helpful Tips Moving Your Office?

Posted by on Apr 3, 2015 in commercial mover | 0 comments

Commercial Mover Tips on What Not to DoNot taking time to properly plan a move. Don’t even attempt skimping on the planning phase; it’s vital to a successful commercial move. Take the time right at the beginning to create a foundation, and get off to a head start. Consider the following listed below.Create an effective relocation crew that has a strong team leader and crew that will help with all aspects of a move. Create a task list of everything which has to be done. This will help track and monitor your team’s progress. Identify...

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Need Help on How to Pack and Move More Efficiently?

Posted by on Apr 2, 2015 in Long Distance Mover | 0 comments

Tips and Advice from Your Local Long Distance MoverTake Notes Take note of your shipment number, and keep it with you just in case you have to contact your mover with questions regarding your shipment. Get the Bed Ready Put aside a drawer in your dresser for sheets and towels, this means you will not have to go rummaging through multiple boxes for these the first night you sleep in your new home. Remember the Fridge Once you have completely cleaned and dried your refrigerator, place some fresh coffee, baking soda, or charcoal inside a sock...

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How to Successfully Manage an Office Relocation Project

Posted by on Apr 10, 2014 in Our official blog | 0 comments

From Making a Plan to Booking Commercial Movers, Here Is Everything You Need to Know about Business Relocation Projects Relocating your office may be one of the largest financial investment your business is likely to make. Unfortunately, many companies venture into such projects without taking the proper time to plan and organize the entire project. In most cases, these companies have to interrupt or delay their business operations, a fact that costs them a lot of money. So, if you want to avoid such problems, hire professional commercial...

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Can You Use Normal Cello Tape To Secure Your Moving Boxes?

Posted by on Feb 25, 2014 in commercial mover | 0 comments

What A Commercial Mover Would Use Strapping Tape For? Strapping tape is tape which is used in shipping or transporting items. This tape is reinforced so that it will not break in transit, and is used for reinforcing shipping boxes, and by commercial mover firms. It is available at hardware stores and drugstores which stock miscellaneous items. It can be very useful to have around the house. This tape has filaments which increase its strength. Fiberglass is a good choice for creating the filaments, due to its strength and durable...

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Training for Becoming a Pro Mover

Posted by on Feb 25, 2014 in piano moving service | 0 comments

How To Get The Training To Work For A Piano Moving Service You have different options to get the experience to work for a piano moving service, and the path you take will depend on what avenues are available, such as your moving experience, and how qualified you want to be. There is nothing in the way of regulations or licenses needed to call yourself a piano mover, so there is nothing stopping you from saying you are. If you want to get the right skills, equipment, and knowledge to do the job well, you should consider working for an...

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