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]

Tips For Packing Old Employee Records For Long-Term Storage

If your business is growing faster than you'd anticipated and you find yourself with lots of employee records filling up your filing cabinets, it might be time to start thinking about consolidating your storage. Since you may need to reference previous employee records in the future, you don't want to just dispose of them. Instead, you should pack them carefully for long-term storage. Here are some tips to help you prepare your records and store them safely. [Read More]

Moving Tips For Large Appliances

Large appliances, like the washer or fridge, can be one of the trickiest items to move, whether you are simply moving across town or to the other side of the country. The following advice can help you move these large and awkward items safely while ensuring they still work properly once you get them to your new home. Tip #1: Defrost completely Fridges and freezers require the most preparation for moving, compared to other appliances. [Read More]