Tips To Make Moving Easier On Young Children

It doesn't matter how far you're moving or what your circumstances are, the moving process can be extremely stressful. If you have young children to care for, the process becomes even more difficult. In fact, with young kids in the house it might feel like a huge accomplishment if you get even one box packed during the day. In addition to preparing for your upcoming move and maintaining your normal daily routine, you need to make sure your little ones are ready for such a huge transition. [Read More]

Three Tips For Moving A Beehive Locally

Most people who move from one home to another only have to worry about ensuring all of their belongings make it onto the moving truck in one piece. If you're a beekeeper, however, you also need to safely relocate your honey-making friends. Most moving companies won't transport live animals, even if it's only across town, so here's what you need to know about relocating your bees to another local home. [Read More]

4 Tips To Help You Pack More Efficiently For Your Next Household Move

According to theAmerican Community Survey in 2007, it is estimated the average person in the United States can expect to move 11.7 times in their life. With all the household moving in the years ahead, it can be a good idea to begin using some smart and organizational packing habits. Here are four tips to help you pack more efficiently for your next move. #1 Begin Packing Early When you have an entire household to pack for moving, there are many items you can begin packing several weeks early and get out of the way. [Read More]

Three "Preventative Measures" That Will Ward Off Disaster During A Move

Moving is never fun, but it does not have to be a stressful disaster, either. If you want to prevent stressful issues and calamities during your moving experience, the key is to take preventative measures before you begin moving and during the early stages of your moving process. Here's a look at three preventative measures that will simplify and fool-proof your move later on. Get written estimates. When your moving company hands you the bill at the end of the move, you don't want to have sticker shock. [Read More]