• Moving Companies Give a Kitchen Setup Checklist

    Unless you’re willing to eat takeout each night, the kitchen is one of the first rooms you’ll want to unpack after moving. After the initial stress of moving day has worn off, it can still seem overwhelming to tackle such a big job. A checklist of logical steps can help make the process easier. 1. Decide […]

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  • Steps to Ensure Your Apartment is Spotless When Moving Out

    Upon moving into an apartment, most landlords require tenants to pay a security deposit to motivate them to take good care of the space while they’re living in it. Naturally, the goal is to get that security deposit back at the end of your lease, and there are several important steps to making sure that happens. As you plan your […]

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  • How to Start or Transfer Your San Diego Utilities Services

    Are you moving to the San Diego area? Do you already live in San Diego, but are planning to relocate to a new home or apartment? If the answer to either of these questions is yes, read on for instructions on how to get the basic utilities up and running, so your new digs will be all […]

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  • What Are the Best Neighborhoods in San Diego?

    San Diego residents appreciate home for more than great weather and fabulous beaches. The patchwork of communities that foster close ties allows them to live in a home-oriented area near world-class entertainment, dining, and sports. Here is a cross-section of the best San Diego neighborhoods that will entice you to explore living options in sunny […]

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  • Packing Tips for Transporting Your Clothes

    If you’re about to move, you probably find myself wondering if you will successfully fit all your shoes and clothes in boxes and suitcases. Moving can be a tedious task, especially if you have a lot of stuff. The good thing is, planning significantly reduces the potential of things going wrong. Here are simple tips, that can help you quickly […]

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  • How to Properly Disassemble a Bed Frame and Move It

    While getting ready for a big move, stress levels tend to be higher as the intense change takes over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find ways to make things easier for yourself and others. Furniture can be bulky and cumbersome to move, at times hard to manipulate around the corners of your house without […]

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  • Cardboard Boxes vs. Plastic Containers | Which is Better for Storage?

    Is storing household or other items in cardboard boxes or plastic containers better? There is no simple answer to this question because so much depends on what you want to store, where you store it, and for how long. In general, there are three main criteria for making this decision: cost vs. value, sturdiness, and protection, and […]

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  • Five Ways to Simplify a Cross Country Move

    A cross country move is probably one of the most stressful adventures a person can go through. Packing up and moving across town is hard enough. Ensuring the safety of your belongings as they trek thousands of miles is anxiety-inducing. Moving to a new part of the country does not have to be difficult, however. […]

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  • How to Pack Office Supplies When Moving

    Your business has prospered, profits are high, and it is time to expand your space to accommodate more employees. If you’re current office space feels crowded and at capacity, it’s time to move. The task of packing up your business can be especially daunting given that are office items you wouldn’t encounter in a traditional home move. Items like filing cabinets, desks, cubicles and office supplies require […]

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  • How to Move Home Gym Equipment Without Getting Hurt

    You’ve been working out, building muscles so you’re strong, and doing your stretches so you don’t pull any muscles. Despite your improved fitness level, moving your home gym equipment might still pose some challenges. If you need to move your home gym, to another house or just to another room, you should take care to ensure that you […]

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