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Posted on Oct 23 2014 - 5:05pm by David Decker
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Is Denver calling your name? With the mountains and rivers close by, the capital of Colorado is an ideal destination for you lovers of nature and outdoor activities. Prepare for your new adventure with our guide below. Here are a few important tips for moving to Denver. Get ready for all four seasons. The city experiences all four seasons and (supposedly) 300 days...

Posted on Oct 20 2014 - 10:19pm by David Decker
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When people have to move, they immediately think of the obvious materials they’ll need: boxes, packing tape, scissors, and bubble wrap. But if you don’t plan entirely, you’ll find yourself rushing out for last minute materials in the middle of your move. Here are five things we recommend you don’t forget to purchase beforehand. Edge Protectors Pictures and...

Posted on Oct 17 2014 - 5:36pm by Guest Contributor
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If you are switching personal technology such as an android phone, tablet or, as many are doing this month, upgrading to the new I-phone 6, there are plenty of apps out there to help you through the transition. At the touch of a button you can store data, save games in progress, delete unused programs, sync email accounts and move tons of movies and music. Wouldn’t...

Posted on Oct 10 2014 - 8:22pm by David Decker
Comments Off on Moving Your Bed Sucks! Follow These Steps To Keep It Clean and Scratch Free.

                      One of the most unique furniture items you’ll need to handle is your bed. The frame plus the mattress creates a unique set of challenges for your move. Remember these key steps to make sure your bed remains clean and intact. 1. Completely strip away all sheets and mattress covers, and...

Posted on Oct 7 2014 - 10:32am by David Decker
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Finding the right box for moving and storage can be overwhelming. Should you use cardboard or plastic boxes? If your items will be on display in your home for part of the year, shouldn’t the storage box be decorative? Consider these moving tips to determine which is the best material for your moving and storage needs. Cardboard When people think of moving and storage,...

Posted on Oct 1 2014 - 11:15am by David Decker
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            Thinking of taking the leap and moving to Las Vegas, Nevada? Before you start packing, take a look at our get-to-know-you guide for “Sin City.” Here are some helpful tips to prepare you for moving to Las Vegas. Get used to a hot & dry climate. The city is right in the middle of Vegas Valley, a desert of approximately...

Posted on Sep 24 2014 - 9:23am by David Decker
Comments Off on Tips for Hitching a Trailer: What You Need to Know

It’s important to keep both your vehicle and your trailer safe by properly connecting the two. Hooking up a trailer is easy to understand, but it should still be done with care in order to prevent accident. Follow these steps: 1. Use a jack to elevate your trailer so that the trailer’s coupler height is higher than the vehicle’s ball height. 2. Carefully reverse...

Posted on Sep 15 2014 - 10:53pm by Dayna Hathaway
Comments Off on 5 Lessons TV’s New Girl Can Teach Us About Moving

Our favorite roommates return for a brand new season of New Girl on September 16th. The show is not only funny and heartfelt, but surprisingly wise too (especially when it comes to moving tips) Here are five lessons New Girl can teach us about moving. 1. Be careful about who you let behind the wheel of the moving van. When Nick “backslides” into a relationship...

Posted on Sep 10 2014 - 9:19am by Dayna Hathaway
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Having a parent or two move in with you may be a joyous occasion, or it could trigger stress for you. Either way, it’s comforting to know that millions of parents are currently living with their adult children. (And you don’t see a bunch of terrible news stories about it!) The arrangement can work, but preparing yourself, your family and your home will make...

Posted on Sep 9 2014 - 10:15am by David Decker
Comments Off on 7 Must Follow Tips on How to Move and Store a Couch

A big furniture piece is no easy thing to move. And while a mattress can be separated from a bed frame, a couch or a sofa has the unique characteristic of being both rigid and delicate. So how do you move and store a monstrous fabric covered piece without staining, bending, breaking, or damaging it? 1. Measure. This sounds like a no-brainer, but before you get the...