Floods are devastating natural disasters. The worst part of floods is the long period of time that it takes for the water to recede so recovery can begin. Floods can kill you so you have to plan to be safe.
Whether you are looking to store memorabilia or collectibles, or you are planning to do some remodeling or even relocate, you just need to keep your valued items protected. It’s a good idea to take the time to properly prepare them especially if you are planning to store your belongings in long term storage.
The summer months are upon us and for those of us who have decided to move during this time of year, beating the heat and remaining safe can be especially difficult. If you are planning on moving during the balmiest season of the year, be sure to read on and learn more about the following helpful tips, so that you can stay cool and safe.
Wrapping up a year of college can be a bittersweet time. On one hand, you’re able to finally put aside the rigors of studying and enjoy some rest and relaxation with your friends and family back home. On the other, you’ll need to pack up all of your belongings and memories from the recent school year, too. Read on to learn more about five helpful tips that will make the process much simpler.
While most of us tend to see the actual process of moving as the hardest part of a relocation, unpacking tends to be quite difficult, since we do not lay the proper groundwork before the move or take the proper steps after a move. With these helpful unpacking tips, you can easily organize and unpack all of your belongings and reduce the amount of time spent on this arduous task.
A break up is already a difficult process and it becomes even more challenging when you have been sharing a residence with your former significant other. Calling a moving company is the logical first step and those who are tasked with this unwanted dilemma would do well to keep these five things in mind.
Moving day can be incredibly stressful, especially for those who have pets. Luckily, we’ve prepared a helpful list of things to keep in mind, so that you can make your next move with your pets without all of the anxiety and tension.
Moving can be a tough, especially when you’re moving out of state. Moving to another state is basically like moving to another country. Although the thought of it can be daunting, with the proper planning and the right checklist everything will go smooth.
Moving to a new home is great – but the process itself is a daunting task. The worst part is that something always gets lost. No matter how careful you are something is always misplaced or left behind.
Moving is a big deal. It takes time, energy and most importantly – requires professionals, so a reliable moving service. You need to know that your things will arrive safely at your new location. Finding a moving service company sounds pretty straightforward, but in practice it isn’t. You can’t let just anyone pack and move your stuff. How do you know who to trust with your most valuable possessions?
Though the word “holiday” may sound pleasing and full of joy, moving during the holidays can be difficult task. In this joyful season, most people still are able to find time to move. So if you want to move during the holidays, we recommend these tips to make your holiday move a pleasant one.
An estate move, simply put, is a move with one pickup and multiple deliveries. It can be that your downsizing and you want to send items to friends and family throughout the country. Sometimes the situation can be very unpleasant, like the passing of a family member. In any event, it usually is left up to one person to figure out how to get these precious pieces to people in different locations. Here at Sterling Van Lines our staff understands how difficult this can be. From the first phone call to the final delivery, we are with you every step of the way. We try and make it as simple as possible.
Sterling Van Lines has been the leading pioneer for over 20 years in the small moves, moving industry. What qualifies moves to be small moves? Anything 2000 pounds or less, qualifies as a small move. For example, if you have a piano that weighs 600lbs and that’s the only item you will be moving or you have 1500lbs of moving boxes packed with some furniture. That’s perfect! We try our hardest to accommodate and customize your move the way you want it so even if it’s over 2000lbs, we can move you, anywhere but we specialize in moving partial loads locally and nationwide.
First, congrats on finding a new place. This might be your first time moving or you are a professional mover, either ways, discovering ways to make it more efficient and headache-free is exactly what everyone needs. Give yourself plenty of time to plan ahead, whether it’s to research for movers, request a quote to figure your budget, having to DIY packing/ hiring someone to do it, or transportation options (i.e., renting a truck or booking a moving company). Either ways, you will thank yourself for giving yourself plenty of time to do all the above and more. Typically, give yourself two months before your move date to prepare.
Packing things yourself for the move? Do you know where to start? This moving calculator by Home Depot can help. hdmoving.com
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Sterling Van Lines will wrap all of your items securely in clean, protective pads to prevent scratches and other incidental damage before moving as part of our standard moving service at no extra cost. Packing loose items in boxes with proper protective material and securing the boxes is a paid packing service.