Are You Moving To A House In Your Same Neighborhood?

When you consider the very first move you made as newlyweds, you probably moved everything you owned right in your car, or maybe with one small trailer to hold all of your belongings. Another move after you were established might have involved a huge moving van, and maybe even a second one. Now that you are moving to a different house right in your same neighborhood, you will more than likely be needing more than a car and more than a single small trailer. [Read More]

Moving And Have A Large Upright Piano? 2 Tips To Get The Piano Moved To Your New Home

If you are moving and have a large upright piano it can be difficult to remove without causing damage to it. To help you, below are tips to prepare the piano for the move, as well as getting it to its new home in one piece. Prepare the Piano Before you start, check the casters to ensure they are clean. Dirty casters may prevent the piano from moving properly. The main thing you need to do to prepare your piano for moving is to wrap it in thick padding or blankets. [Read More]

Tips To Help You Inventory Your Business Supplies And Stock

The end of the year is approaching, and with it for many businesses comes inventory time when you need to count and make a record of your supplies. Inventory is essential to a business to help set a budget and to track any unnecessary spending and look for shrinkage, but it can be hard to do when your supplies and stock are a big mess. To prepare you for the upcoming inventory time, here are some tips to help you get organized. [Read More]

How To Properly Move A Flat Screen Television

Flat screen televisions are the centerpiece of your living room, but their large size and heavy weight, combined with the relative fragility of their screens, means that they can be a fairly hard item to move out of your old home and into your new one. Understanding the proper way to pack and move a flat screen television can help you do so without damaging your unit at all. Dismount [Read More]