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When it comes to moving, there are a lot of small steps to take care of that can be easily overlooked. Not to mention packing all of your possessions to ensure they reach your destination like new. Watch our videos for expert tips on preparing for your next move.
Items in your bedroom vary greatly, ranging in size from a small, cotton t-shirt to a large, wooden armoire. Find out how to pack them all for maximum efficiency.
Dishes, glassware, and silverware require special attention when packing to avoid breaking during your move. Find out the best way to make sure your most fragile possessions are protected.
Learn tips and best practices for organizing and packing the pieces in your living room - from lamp shades and framed photos to end tables and recliners.
Moving with automobiles is pretty common. But what if you have more cars than drivers? If you’re moving across town, it’s easy to go back and forth and move your cars, but if your move is across the state or the country, the logistics get more complicated. There are ways to manage your move, however, including your vehicles. Take a look at three pointers from the pros.
The first thing to do is to determine your move date. Once you know when your closing is or when you sign your lease or when the kids start school, schedule your move with your moving company. Having the date down is critical.
Most insurance policies cover incidents that could occur during a move, but it’s good to be sure. Contact your agent and verify your coverage for all of your vehicles, whether it’s a car, truck, motorcycle, jet ski, or snowmobile. Make sure it covers everything related to moving.
Many professional moving companies provide vehicle transportation services. Get an estimate from your movers on the cost of relocating your vehicles. It often depends on the size and weight of the vehicle, whether it’s operable, and the distance to your new home.
Are you moving and taking your automobiles with you? If you have more cars than drivers, you’re going to need some help. Nilson Van and Storage has got you covered. Contact them for a free estimate to transport your automobiles to your new home.
Most people don’t think about storage services when they’re planning for a relocation, but it can be a smart move during your next move. Take a look at what you need to know.
There are many reasons you might need short-term storage during your move. If you’re building a new construction home, you might need to store your belongings between the sale of your existing home and moving into your new one. You might need storage if your buyer requests a quick closing before you can move into your new house. Or you might sell your home before you’ve found your next one. All of these are reasons for smart storage options during a move.
If you’re moving to a new home, issues can arise when you least expect them. For example, if you’re moving to a state in hurricane territory during hurricane season, your move could face delays due to extreme weather. Your moving company can’t keep your household items on a truck indefinitely. Instead, putting them in secure storage is a better option until the delay, and the weather has passed. You never know what might come up, and when it does, smart storage services can save the day.
Not every relocation needs access to storage. When it does, you want to feel secure that your moving company is working in your best interest to find smart solutions to keep your belongings safe. Nilson Van and Storage has the experienced professionals and access to storage facilities to give you peace of mind during your move. Contact them today to find out more.
Electronics are among the most significant considerations during an office move. The sheer volume of electronic equipment most offices have, not to mention the value of all of it, can make moving it seem daunting. We have four foolproof ways to prep all of it for moving day.
Don’t pack all of your equipment and stack it in one place. Pack it by room, office, or location. Packing this way will help prevent confusion as you pack as well as when you unpack at your destination.
You do not want to get to your new location and find broken electronics when it’s time to get back to work. Wrap your electronics carefully with plenty of cushioning. If you happened to keep the original boxes, even better. Pack in them if you can.
Nothing is worse in an office move than getting to your destination and not being able to identify what items are in which box. Carefully marking each box and piece of electronic equipment will ensure they get to the right location for the right person at your new office space.
Make sure your electronics won’t be sitting in extreme temperatures during your move. A reliable moving company will be sure to watch the temperatures, so you don’t end up with damaged equipment.
An office move is a huge undertaking, and packing your electronic equipment can be overwhelming. Instead of using your valuable time and energy organizing this aspect of your move, leave it to the professionals. The experts at Nilson Van and Storage have extensive experience with office and corporate moves and can handle all of your electronic equipment packing. Contact them today for a free estimate.