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  • 04.07.2021

    How Long Does It Take to Move?

    If you’re POTUS, that’s a straightforward question to answer, since it’s been reported that it takes approximately 95 workers to labor for precisely 5 hours to move one First Family out of the White House every four or eight years on Inauguration Day (aka Moving Day) and another First Family ...
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  • 04.07.2021

    Commercial Moving Services

    Some people think that a move is a move is a move—that residential moves and commercial moves are just two sides of the same coin … six of one, half dozen of the other. Well, that isn’t the case. The two types of moves may be cut from the same ...
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  • 02.06.2021

    Moving with Cats: It’s Not Just People Who Can Have Trouble Transitioning

    Check any ranking of stressful life events out there, and you’ll find moving pretty high up on the list. As exciting as residential relocations can be, they also pose challenges, fears, and anxieties that don’t fully subside until everyone and everything is all settled in and unpacked at your new ...
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  • 01.26.2021

    How to Properly Pack a Bedroom

    When it comes time to pack up your house for a move, most people assume that large pieces (like pianos and pool tables) and fragile objects (like crystal and figurines) require the most forethought … and that assumption wouldn’t be wrong. It’s just that different possessions and different areas of ...
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  • 11.09.2020

    Moving 101: The Basics

    With as much as 25% of the U.S. adult population moving or considering a move amid the current national climate, relocating is a timely topic and has taken center stage in a lot of people’s minds. Whether you’re 18 or 80, own a little or a lot, or are moving ...
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  • 10.06.2020

    Tips for Moving in the Fall

    Fall can be a great time of year to move. The weather cools down, making the manual labor side of things more comfortable, without having to pack and haul in the heat of summer. Not only that, but since the spring-to-summer span is the most popular time of year to ...
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  • 09.16.2020

    What NOT to Pack on the Moving Truck

    Much has been written about prepping and packing for the moving van when the big day arrives. But it’s just as important to know what not to pack—what to hold out and transport yourself, either because (a) certain items are not permitted on moving company trucks or because (b) certain ...
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  • 08.21.2020

    Not Your Average Move

    When people think about moving, most often they envision a pretty straight line from here to there: You sell or vacate one place, pack it up, and move into another, right? But sometimes that’s not the case. Sometimes, in the fluid, flexible, and open society we live in, people have more ...
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  • 07.21.2020

    What Are “Rogue Movers”?

    The world is full of wonderful people to meet, services to try, and places to go. Unfortunately, it’s also got its fair share of wheelers and dealers, shady schemes, and unscrupulous scammers. The damage “questionable” elements can do varies in degree and depth, and when it comes to moving—to entrusting ...
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  • 06.15.2020

    Can’t I Just Move Myself?

    When it comes to packing up and moving out, most people are concerned about the associated expenses—and rightly so. It’s both savvy and sensible to want to weigh the pros and cons of hiring a professional moving service versus trying to go the DIY route. Will it be worth the ...
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