advice from an expeirenced mover
During my youth, my dad was relocated for his job several times over the course of ten years. It was hard growing up going through so many moves, but it has helped me learn a lot about packing and moving. Now that I have married a soldier, all of the packing and moving skills that I picked up when I was a kid have helped me pick up and move when my husband is moved to a different base. I have created this blog with the hopes of helping other families going through moves get through them more easily and with fewer problems.
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Moving can be a tough task to complete, especially if your move is happening last minute. If you have little time to find a moving company, you may have concerns about paying more for your service. However, there are ways to save, even if you have to hire short notice movers. Instead of paying top dollar for your moving services, you may find your service to be cheaper if you:
There's no way you can take all the work out of moving, but there are some things you can do to make the experience a little easier. Whether you're moving across town or across the country, you need to be prepared for the big day. Here are four simple steps you can take that will take some of the work out of moving.
Rent a Dumpster
Before you start packing, invest in a rental dumpster.
When you live somewhere with different weather depending on the season, you likely have clothes for each season. Once summer comes to an end and the outside temperature starts cooling down, you need to get out your fall and winter clothes to avoid feeling uncomfortable while outside. However, it is also the ideal time to put your summer clothing away for the year, and following a few tips can make it easy:
Getting your RV ready for long-term storage is a long and complex process. It's easy to make costly mistakes when you have so much to get done. If you want to avoid having to take your RV straight from the storage lot to the repair shop, here are some common mistakes to watch out for.
Washing Your RV With Dish Soap
Most household cleaners that might be used to wash your RV before storage are actually much too harsh on the rubber elements.
Moving can be a stressful chore, and this is particularly true when you will be between homes for a period. Whether it is due to waiting for your home to be built or waiting to move into your new apartment, you may need to find a place to store most of your possessions while you wait for your new home to become available. Luckily, self-storage is an excellent option for this, but if you make some simple mistakes, you may inadvertently damage your possession.