How to Make Long Road Trips Fun

Moving day is here! Your moving truck is packed and now you’re ready for a long road trip. Maybe you are moving cross-country or just a few states away. I don’t know about you, but spending endless hours in a vehicle is not my idea of a good time. So, how do you make a […]

20 Moving Day Hacks

Moving day is right around the corner and you’ve made preparations accordingly. Now that it’s getting closer and closer to moving day, keep some of these moving day hacks in mind to make the process smoother. Wrap a couple layers of moving wrap tightly around your utensil organizer with the utensils still inside. This works […]

Moving to Charlotte

Charlotte, North Carolina, nicknamed the Queen City, is making its way through the ranks to become the United States’ 16th largest city and the second largest banking center in the country, behind New York. Despite its rising popularity, there’s plenty of room for you! Here’s what you need to know about moving to Charlotte. Weather […]

How to Pack Your Pet Terrarium

Pet Terrariums are often large and most likely fragile. To keep it protected during your move, wrap it in bubble wrap. The bubble wrap will provide cushion and protect the terrarium for scratches. Use tape to secure bubble wrap. Furniture pads will help with easy transport. If possible, keep your pet terrarium in an enclosed box. The cardboard will act […]

Tips for Moving Heavy Items Upstairs

Almost everyone has lived in an upstairs apartment or bought a two story house at some point in their life. I have done both and have experienced the joy and pain of several moves in and out of these two. I have come up with some ideas and tips to help move those heavy items. […]

Moving to Illinois

Illinois is both interesting and beautiful. It has played an important role in the history of our country, with quite a few of our nation’s leaders calling it “home” at one point or another. U.S. Presidents such as Barack Obama, Ronald Reagan, and even Abraham Lincoln walked down the streets that you will soon walk as […]

Finding a Family Friendly Neighborhood

My first move with my kids happened last year almost to the day. Before we even picked up the moving truck, we quickly knew we had some research to do. We already found the area of town we wanted to move to, but as with every city – there are pockets of good and bad. Here […]

Moving to Las Vegas

If you have ever been, then you’ve probably thought about moving to Las Vegas, also known as Sin City. One of the most recognized skylines in the world happens to be the Las Vegas Strip. The Vegas Strip is a several mile stretch along Las Vegas boulevard featuring some of the most grandiose hotels and casinos […]

How Heavy Should You Pack a Box?

No matter how far away or how close your move is approaching, when it comes to packing do not overload your box. As much as we want to get it over and done with, strategically and carefully packing a box will be well worth it. Besides, who wants to be that person that has a […]

All You Need to Know about Packing Peanuts [VIDEO]

It’s the cherry on top whether you’re moving, shipping or storing. Packing Peanuts are the last touch in the packing process to ensure that your items are protected when while being transported. Before picking up your packing peanuts, did you know not all packing peanuts are created the same? Most packing peanuts are created out […]

Moving Day Checklist

The time has finally come — today, you leave your home embark on a journey… kind of. But before you can settle into your new home and explore the area, you have to get all those last minute moving day checklist items out of the way. Hopefully at this point you’ve changed your listed information, […]

The Difference Between a One-Way Move & In-Town Move

As you plan your upcoming move, you are asked if it will be a one-way move or in-town move. If you’re a bit unsure of the answer, that’s okay! Our team of experts can be able to help make your move easier and help you determine which move you will be conducting. One-Way Move Now if you’re […]