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Moving Guns and Ammo Across State Lines

Given the current sensitive political climate and the variation of gun laws between states, moving your guns across state lines can seem like a daunting task. Most states have fairly strict regulations when it comes to firearms, and federal law suggests “travelers must be aware of these laws and comply with legal requirements in each […]

Mar 8

8 Tips to Plan Your College Move-In Day

Freshman year is exciting, and everything about it is brand new. You probably had a whirlwind tour of the campus back when you narrowed down your choices to the top three universities you wanted to attend, but that day and all of its details are probably a blur in your mind. Photo by Nazareth College/Flickr […]

Mar 2

How to Switch Nest Thermostat Accounts When You Move

Moving used to only involve relocating your physical belongings. Couches, tables, and lamps all got packed up and sent to your new house. But in today’s high-tech world, what do you do when it comes to moving your smart home goods? For home automation systems like Nest thermostats, smoke alarms, or security cameras, the moving […]

Feb 25

Move a Bed and Mattress Across the Country

There’s nothing better than finding your perfect mattress and bed, and there’s nothing worse than the thought of having to part with it for a cross-country relocation. Luckily, you have a few options besides selling your current set and purchasing a new one after the move. Check out these four ways to move your bed […]

Feb 16

How to NOT Move a Poltergeist or Spirit When You Move

When packing up your life for a move, there are many things you may want to leave behind – and the family poltergeist is probably one of them. We recently spoke to Paranormal Investigator Jenn Jackson to figure out how you can leave those spirits behind along with that horrible floral print sofa. Listening to […]

Oct 27

Save Money by Leaving These 7 Things Behind

Because many professional movers charge by the pound, you can reduce the cost of your move significantly by moving fewer things. In a DIY move, slimming down your belongings could mean a smaller rental van and better gas mileage for the trip. That’s not to mention the time and stress you’ll save with less to […]

Sep 24

How to Move Your Kid to College Without Bawling Like a Baby

Sending your kid off to college is exciting, stressful, and a little bit heartbreaking. But this new phase can take your relationship with your teen to a new level. Get this college adventure off to a great start with a successful, organized move. When you know what to do before, during, and after the first […]

Sep 1

Moving to a Big City for the First Time – What to Expect

Leaving the wide open spaces of a small town and heading to the concrete jungle of a big city is exciting and nerve-wracking. And totally worth it. Now that you’re ready to live your urban dream, it’s crucial that you have a good idea of exactly what you’re getting into. Transitioning from the relaxed pace […]

Jul 28

How to Move a Clawfoot Tub

Your clawfoot tub is beautiful, unique, and has cradled you during many relaxing baths. And now, it’s not a relaxing item – it’s giving you trouble figuring out how to move such a cherished piece of furniture. Fortunately, with proper planning you can get your clawfoot tub out of your bathroom and into its new […]

Jul 7

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