3 Tips To Make A Summer Move More Bearable
With heat waves sweeping across the nation, summer can be an uncomfortable season to spend time outdoors. When you add in the physical exertion associated with a move, summer can feel unbearable. If you need to complete a move during the hot summer months, there are a few simple tips you need to keep in mind in order to help make the move a little more bearable. 1. Schedule professional movers in advance.
Installing Wire Shelving On Your Own? Keep These 3 Things In Mind
Wall mounted wire shelving systems are a great way to renovate a closet, and you can install them on your own. However, the installation can seem complicated if you've never done it before. Here are 3 things to keep in mind before you proceed. Mounting The Hanging Track Most wire shelving systems work by installing a hanging track at the top of the wall. This allows the vertical tracks to securely hang from it, which is why the hang track needs support.
Packing Kitchen Food For A Move
When you're moving to a new home, it's usually the most challenging to pack the items that you use consistently. For example, it's relatively easy to pack a storage closet full of holiday decorations or a hutch full of china that you never use, but it's challenging to pack the kitchen full of items you use. To help streamline your move, this blog post looks at how to pack the food in your kitchen.
Storing Your RV Long Term? Tips on Choosing Storage Location & Keeping Tires in Great Condition
If you are planning to put your RV away for the winter, you want to ensure it is in great shape for you when you take it out of storage in the spring. This will allow you to jump in and start using it again when you take it out. Below are some tips on choosing where you store your RV, as well as keeping the tires in good condition.
Tips For Shipping Your Personal Items When Going To College
Going to college is an exciting prospect, but it also presents a serious disruption to your life. Nowhere is this disruption more clear than the act of moving your personal belongings from home to college. Here are a few major tips to make the process smooth: Consider Cost of Purchase Vs. Cost of Shipping The first thing is to estimate how much it will cost you to ship the items and compare it to the cost of buying new ones when you arrive at college.
Sort And Pack Items From Your Flower Shop
If you own a small flower shop and are going to be moving flowers, plants, decorative materials, and office equipment to a larger commercial piece of property that is located across town, prepare for the move by sorting items and packing them by following the steps below: Plan On Transporting Flowers And Plants In Several Trips If you have an abundance of flowers and plants on hand, you may want to make several trips to move them if the new building isn't far away from the current one.
Prepare Office Equipment, Tools, And Tool Chests Prior To Transporting Everything To An Automotive Shop Across Town
If you recently purchased an automotive shop across town and are going to be renting a personal moving truck to transport office equipment, tools, and tool chests, the following tips will help you prepare the items that are being moved so that you do not misplace anything and all of your possessions arrive at the new location unscathed. Wrap Furniture And Use Bungee Cords To Secure Items Purchase a roll of thick foam cushioning and use it to wrap large pieces of furniture, such as tables, desks, chairs, and shelving units.
4 Quick Tips For Handling Paper Files During An Office Relocation
Paper files are on their way out in favor of electronic filing, but many businesses and organizations still rely on reams of papers and the related filing cabinets for backup and archives. Relocating your office becomes more complex as the number of paper files involved rises. Looking for a way to streamline your office move without losing a single sheet along the way? Try these four tips: Sort for Excess Paper
Moving To College: Tips Every Freshman Needs To Know
Moving to college is one of the biggest transitions you will go through. It's often tough on both parents and students. However, with all the preparation and getting ready for classes, you also have to plan your move, especially if you are going to a school that is far away from your hometown. Here are some moving tips every freshman needs to know. Pack light You might struggle with the idea of leaving half of your belongings behind when you go to college, but the reality is that most college dorms don't have all that much space for storing a ton of personal items.