Moving to Kitchener

Kitchener, Ontario is home to over 219,000 people.  The neighboring cities of Cambridge and Waterloo complete the metropolitan area, making the metropolis the fourth largest in Ontario.  These three cities are known as the “Tri-Cities”. New U-Haul Product Available in Kitchener, Ontario We are now offering a new product in Kitchener, Ontario! These plastic and eco-friendly […]

Age to Rent a Trailer

Getting ready for your next move? Having to decide between a truck or a trailer is just one of the questions to ask but as you begin planning your next move, there are a few more questions that come to mind to someone whom may have never rented a truck, let alone a trailer. What is […]

Moving to Victoria

So you’re considering a move to Victoria, British Columbia? Before you pack the truck you should get a general idea of what to expect when you get there. We’ve compiled a few tips we believe will help get you started. Where should we start? Well first of all, it’s a little bit cold there. Weather We […]

Living in Edmonton

Welcome to the “The Gateway to the North”, Edmonton, the most northern city in North America! As a resident of Alberta’s capital, here are a few things that might make your time living in Edmonton a little bit more enjoyable. Life in Edmonton If you’re struggling for something to do in Edmonton, you just aren’t […]

How to Install a Flag in Your Home

There is no better way to show your patriotism than by hanging a U.S. Flag on your new home. You may have just finished unpacking the boxes or you may have lived in your home a while, but you are now ready for the red white and blue! Some people choose to fly the flag […]

8 Staging Tips for Summer

‘Tis the season–to move! Summer is the most competitive time of year for selling homes. It’s true that it is the perfect time of the year to showcase your abode, but it’s also the time when the market is flooded with other options. This being said, there are a lot of details that if addressed can keep your […]

Moving to Ottawa

Home to Canada’s most famous festivals and known as the most educated city in Canada, it’s no surprise that you’re considering moving to Ottawa. Before you officially make your move, here are some of things that make this Canadian capital so special. Activities One of the most exciting events in Ottawa has to be Winterlude, […]

How To Prepare Your New Home For Your Cat

When moving into a new home, it is important to remember to prepare your new home for your cat first. It is not a difficult process, but a little bit of forethought will make life easier both for you and your furry friends. Indoor Cats For indoor cats you will want to have a safe […]

Choosing the Right Sunscreen for Moving Day

Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of moving season each year, and with nearly 45 percent of all moves occurring between Memorial Day and Labor Day, it’s safe to say there will be some pretty “hot” do-it-yourselfers out there. Whether it’s a dry heat or humidity-packed, the heat is on across North America, which […]

Sharing a Bathroom with a Roommate

Sharing a space with someone is never an easy task, but sometimes it is just necessary. Whether you’re moving into the dorms for the first time as you head off to college, are living at home with a sibling, or even if you’ve just moved into an apartment with your significant other, the basic guidelines for […]

How to Avoid Unpacking Procrastination

After you’ve managed to make it to your new home and have successfully completed your move, binge watching your favorite movies or TV shows on the couch sounds like the best idea ever. You just lugged all your boxes from your moving truck into your new place, and going through the effort of unpacking them […]

7 Signs You are a Pack Rat

Definition Pack rat (noun): a person who saves unnecessary objects or hoards things Above is the definition of a pack rat.  For minimalists or people that have no problem getting rid of items, “unnecessary objects” are obvious and eliminated from the household.  For a pack rat or hoarder it becomes very difficult to identify what items […]