Tricks For Reducing Business Clutter Before You Move

Posted on: 10 February 2018

If your business is changing locations soon, you are going to want to reduce clutter. Just like when you move into a new home, you don't want to drag clutter from one business to the next that you no longer need. Getting rid of clutter is something that you and your employees need to accomplish before the moving company shows up.  Go Through Your Paperwork You don't need to save every piece of paperwork that your business has ever generated. [Read More]

Controlling Moving Costs When You Have A Lot Of Books

Posted on: 18 July 2017

If there's one item that really inflates moving costs, it's a book. One book might not look like much, but multiply that one into an entire library, and you have some hefty cargo that needs transport. Given that so many movers charge by weight, that means you could be looking at a big moving bill. If your office is planning a move and has a lot of books and folders, take these steps to reduce and control the cost of the move now, so you're not hit with a surprisingly large bill later on. [Read More]

Planning A Safe Move: 3 Items That To Ask Your Professional Movers About

Posted on: 13 May 2017

On moving day, your professional movers will ease your concerns about arriving at your new home with damaged belongings. However, you are still likely to come across a few items around your house while packing that fall into the questionable category. While you don't want to leave anything behind, you also want to make sure that your move is safe. For this reason, you will want to ask your professional movers about the best way to handle these following household items. [Read More]

Protecting Your Belongings During A Long Distance Move

Posted on: 6 September 2016

If you are moving across the country, then it may be wise to hire long distance movers so your belongings get to your destination without a great deal of stress and hassle. Long distance moves require a bit more preparation than a local move, because you will want to protect your things from a potentially disastrous situation. Keep reading to learn about a few things you should do to prepare for the move. [Read More]