Tips on Preparing a Large Glass Mirror for Your Long Distance Move

If you intend on moving from one area of the country to another, and you have a large antique mirror you would like to bring along, you are most likely concerned about keeping it in safe condition as it is hauled a long distance away. There are several steps you can take in the packing of your mirror to help protect it from damage. Here are some tips you can use when preparing your mirror for a trip to a new home far away. Read More 

Five Simple Tips For Storing Your RV For The First Time

If you've finally reached a point where you don't think you'll be using your RV for a few months, then it may be time to put it in storage. There are plenty of RV storage facilities that will provide shelter for your vehicle for anywhere from a month to several years, but finding a facility is the easy part of RV storage. You should also follow these tips to ensure the vehicle remains in good condition throughout its stay. Read More 

How To Prepare For A Long Distance Move

Long distance movers specialize in transporting your belongings from state to state, or even from country to country in some cases. However, due to the extended nature of the move, you need to prepare your belongings properly to protect them from damage and minimize inconveniences during the process. Here's a list of a few things to keep in mind while preparing for a long distance move. Cleaning Outdoor Items For any outdoor items, especially patio furniture and grills, you should clean them thoroughly using a mixture of one part bleach and three parts warm water. Read More 

6 Tips For Making Your Local Move Safe For Pets

If you have pets, you know that even subtle changes can create stress. Moving is no exception, and many cats, dogs, and other pets struggle with intense stress during moves. Protecting all members of your family, including the furry ones, is essential for making your move a successful one. These tips will help to make your move physically and emotionally safe for your beloved pets. 1. Move your pets last, keeping them in a safe room until it is time to leave. Read More 

Confirming Storage Facility Features for Electronics

If you plan on putting computers, televisions, stereos, or other belongings into a storage facility, you'll need a little more than the standard shed with roll down doors. Climate control, cleanliness, and security are at the top of your list, and you need to know which features need to be checked at a deeper level for competence. Here are a few things to watch out for when selecting a storage facility to make sure your electronics are in good working order when you retrieve them. Read More