Specialized Moving in Miami FL

Specialized Moving in Miami FL

When you’re moving your entire household to a new place, packing can be stressful. As much as we’d like for everything to fit neatly into boxes and be ready to go, there are countless household belongings that need a little more TLC than some bubble wrap or packing paper. Delicate antiques and artwork, large items…

How To Choose a Freight Forwarder

How To Choose a Freight Forwarder

1. Make sure the freight forwarder has experience. This could almost be the whole list. Experience, experience, experience. It might be fairly easy to start a freight forwarding company, but the international shipping industry is not the easiest business sector in the world and if you don’t know what you’re doing, you won’t last long….

Hire Movers or Beg Friends?

Hire Movers or Beg Friends?

Hire Movers or Beg Friends? 3 Ways to Decide Who’ll Get Packing It’s the week before your move, and the situation has gone DEFCON 3 in your house. And things are veering closer and closer to DEFCON 1. You’ve run out of boxes twice, full rolls of packing tape are a distant memory, and every…

Moving Internationally?

Moving Internationally?

Moving Internationally? Five Tips As stressful as a normal move might be, moving internationally is even worse because: 1) Everything has to fit into bags. 2) Those bags are expensive. 3) See 1 and 2. Plus, there are the late-night fears, including: do they have Crest toothpaste there? (Yes.) Or, will I need my rain…

Moving Day Made Easy

Moving Day Made Easy

When moving houses, the average household relocates 7,400 pounds — nearly four tons — of stuff, and an eight-room home uses 100 boxes in the process. The average interstate move costs about $4,300, while staying in-state costs about $2,300. All these stats add up to one massive undertaking. Read our guide for advice on cutting…

9 Clever Ways to Make a New House Feel Like Home

9 Clever Ways to Make a New House Feel Like Home

New House Feel Like Home No matter how excited you are to move into your new place, your first few weeks will probably feel foreign and, well, a little weird. Celebrating a birthday, planting a garden, or decorating for the holidays will help that “new-house feeling” fade, but waiting for a milestone requires a little…