4 Things to Know about Moving Utilities

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Moving utilities can save you money, and transferring them is a better alternative to reconnecting new ones. If you time the transfer right, the utilities can be on in your new apartment a day before or the day that you move in. Your old ones can be shut off the day you’re moving out, and […] read more

Moving and Unpacking: What to Take Out First

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After moving, unpacking all of your items is the first step to getting your new apartment to feel like home. However, after the stress and physical effort of the weeks leading up to moving day, unpacking may not be the first thing on your mind—at least not until you’ve had a chance to relax and […] read more

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Moving Your Pool Table: Why You Need Help

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Pool table moving is one of the trickiest types of moving because pool tables are so large, heavy, bulky and otherwise delicate. It may seem like a good idea to save money and move the table yourself, but there are a number of reasons why you need to enlist help to move a pool table, […] read more

6 Moving Tips for Your Home Office

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American Bureau of Labor statistics show that more Americans are working from a home office. As companies attempt to save costs and reduce their carbon footprint, more and more employees and freelancers are encouraged to use their home as an office space. This can get kind of complicated on moving day. Here are some easy […] read more

Apartment without Elevator: How to Get Furniture Upstairs

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When you’re moving furniture into an upstairs apartment, elevator access might not always be available. The elevator might be out of service, there may be weight restrictions against moving furniture in it or the building might not even have an elevator. If that’s the case, you’re going to need some help and a little bit […] read more

Apartment Downsizing: 5 Options When Everything Won’t Fit

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Downsizing your apartment is a way to earn money, save money and de-clutter your living space. There are a lot of things that you could get rid of when downsizing an apartment. It might be a challenge to decide what to get rid of at first, so here are some suggestions on what you should […] read more


Discount Moving Company: Does It Really Save You Money?

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If you’re looking to save costs on a relocation, whether it’s down the street or across the country, you may be thinking about hiring a discount moving company that promises low, low rates for transporting all of your stuff. But beware: not all discount movers are all that they are cracked up to be, and […] read more

Moving Day Safety Tips: Lifting Heavy Furniture or Appliances

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On moving day, it’s important to remember some good safety guidelines in order to prevent injuring yourself while getting all of your home furnishings from one place to another. Lots of people who ignore safety for lifting end up with long-term injury or impairment from taking on too much weight the wrong way. Don’t let […] read more

Duplex Rental: What to Know before Moving In

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A duplex rental is different from renting an apartment in other buildings, and it’s important to know the differences before moving in. You may decide that the only type of rental unit you want is a duplex, after you understand some of implications of living in one. Sharing a Yard You’re going to be share […] read more