This is a common dilemma we work through with clients on a regular basis, should you use a portable container or traditional warehouse storage for your belongings?
If you’re planning on using professional movers for the first time, then you might be caught off guard when a moving company requires having a move coordinator come out to first do a survey of your property.
More than 40 million Americans face hunger every day. Meanwhile, 40% of the food produced in the United States every year is wasted.
Ok. You have purchased one of our Mobile Attic Moving Containers and we have delivered it, now what?
How early should you book a mover? Simple answer, as soon as possible.
It doesn’t matter if you’re moving across the country or your new home is just a few miles away; it is always a good idea to book as soon as possible to make sure you get the best possible movers.
Long distance moving requires a lot of planning and focus. Whether you are moving your home or business, being prepared is the key to a successful move. When you hire McGuire Moving & Storage, an agent of Arpin Van Lines, you can be sure that you will be assisted every step of the way.
COVID-19 has affected virtually every sector across the country and the globe. With a future that looks as though it will still be dictated by COVID in the form of precautions and regulations, you may be asking yourself, “is buying a house during the pandemic a good idea”?
One of the most valuable things you can do when getting ready to move is properly labeling your belongings and creating an inventory list. By doing this, it will make both unpacking the moving truck and unpacking each box much easier and efficient for you.
So you’re about to cross the finish line after a big move, now what? First off, please take a moment to decompress and enjoy the newness of everything. Though you don’t want to spend too much celebrating just yet, because there may still be a few things to do.
Packing a moving box seems pretty simple, right? You load as much stuff as you possibly can into a box, tape that sucker up and then cram it into a truck. Done.