Improving Your Next Move

3 Tips For Moving & Storing Furniture

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Do you have a lot of furniture to move out of your house so it can be replaced? If you are not sure that getting rid of the old furniture altogether is something that you want to do, you can consider keeping it in a storage unit. Keep in mind that a storage unit can be rented for as long as you desire. Take a look at this article for a few helpful tips on moving and storing old furniture. Read More»

How To Avoid Becoming The Victim Of Theft On Moving Day

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Moving can be a stressful business—but the stress after the move can be a lot worse if you find out that you were robbed on moving day. Here are the things you need to keep in mind in order to keep your family and your possessions safe during a move. 1.) Board the dog. If you have a dog, especially a pure-bred, put him or her in a doggy daycare or kennel on moving day. Read More»

Three Ways To Keep Your Kids Entertained During A Move With Moving Supplies

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Moving can feel very overwhelming because there are so many things that have to be taken care of. Moving with children can be even more difficult because you need to be able to keep the children entertained while you do everything you need to do. If you have recently moved and are trying to unpack all of your belongings as quickly as possible, use the guide below to learn a few tricks for keeping your children entertained with common moving supplies. Read More»

Prepare, Pack And Store Your Masters Of The Universe Collection To Protect Them

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Masters of the Universe – most little kids growing up in the 80s had them and many people today are collecting them. These figures can be hard to find and are very sought after. If you have your He-man and the Masters of the Universe figures and playsets, it’s time to get them out and make sure that you have them packed up well so that they are preserved for future sale. Read More»

Tips For Using A Storage Unit As A Band Practice Pad

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It can be difficult to find the perfect practice pad for your band. Your neighbors may be tired of hearing the noise from the garage, or worse, you may have a home owner’s association that bans the noise from your jam sessions. It can be even more difficult to find a practice location if you live in an apartment. Fortunately, there is a low-cost solution, and it’s likely located just down the road from you. Read More»