Moving is a big decision – especially when you’re moving to a new city. Plus, buying or renting right now can present its own unique set of challenges, such as how to check out a home… from your home.
Once you have done a personal inventory of your house, now it may be time to start thinking about what to store and what not to store. Below is a list of things that could be stored and some items you definitely do not want to pack away for another day.
It can be a great time to take a personal inventory of all of your belongings while getting ready for a move, and it can also be a great opportunity to purge some things. There are likely items around your house that you just don’t use anymore so might as well make a little cash on them and not pay to have them moved.
Let’s face it, moving can be tough when you are 40 years-old, so just imagine what it is like for children. It can cause stress, anxiety and moody behavior… Even if you are only moving a few blocks away. Here are a few ideas to help this new adventure go as well as possible for them.
Do you LOVE to pack? If you are like most people then the answer is probably “no.” Here are some tips to help make it less painful.
Moving can be stressful. You are possibly changing jobs and/or moving to a new city so you are having to learn new things and places.
Good news! We are proud to announce that we are the Arpin Van Lines’ Agent of the Month for August 2017! Arpin released this statement on September 28th.
“Congratulations to McGuire Moving & Storage in St. Louis, MO, on being selected as Arpin’s Agent of the Month for August! For about seven years, McGuire has consistently been a major contributor to the Arpin system. Their quality scores clearly exhibit the high quality of service they provide to our customers, as well as receiving countless awards, one being the Gold Quality Agent award. We truly appreciate the entire team at McGuire for their ongoing contributions to the van line, our agency family, and drivers.”