Smart Unpacking Can Make Your Life Easier

It might feel like you are finished with the move once all of your boxes have been dropped off at the new place – but the work is actually only half over. Now, you will have to get everything unpacked and into the right place so you can adjust to life in your new home as quickly as possible. While it might be kind of fun to unpack your items and find them a spot in the new place, it is also an important job that you don’t want to put off for too long. If you can, it is best to get started on unpacking some items right away.… Read More

Smart Unpacking Can Make Your Life Easier was last modified: December 8th, 2014 by Julian Kreyman
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Why Hiring Miami Movers is better than Renting a Truck

As your Miami move draws near, you face a difficult choice – should you hire a Miami moving company, or simply rent a truck and do the work yourself? Both options could get the job done in the end, although you would obviously have to do a lot more work if you choose to rent a truck and go it alone. Renting a truck will likely save you money, but is it worth it? Probably not, and here’s why… Why Hiring Miami Movers is better than Renting a Truck was last modified: December 2nd, 2014 by Julian Kreyman

Why Hiring Miami Movers is better than Renting a Truck was last modified: December 2nd, 2014 by Julian Kreyman
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Should You Ask Your Friends to Help with Your Move?

As you are getting to move in the Miami area, it can be difficult to know how much help you are going to need during the process. Hopefully, you have already hired a Miami moving company to handle the bulk of the job, but there will still be smaller tasks to complete along the way. Depending on how much stuff you have, and where you are moving to, you might be tempted to ask some of your friends to come over and help with the job. Is this a good idea? There are a couple things to consider. Should You Ask Your Friends to Help with Your Move? was last… Read More

Should You Ask Your Friends to Help with Your Move? was last modified: November 24th, 2014 by Julian Kreyman
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