Three Rules To Remember About Tipping A Moving Crew

Posted on: 19 February 2016

At the end of your moving day in which you enlisted the help of a professional crew of movers, it's a sign of proper etiquette to tip each member who contributed to the success of the day. Hiring a moving crew, either for part of the move or the entirety of it, can dramatically reduce the physical and emotional strain on you – instead of you having to struggle to handle your heavy and awkward possessions, the crew to take on this burden for you. [Read More]

Pack For Your Next Residential Move Like A Professional

Posted on: 17 February 2016

Another move is coming up for you, and another chance for your personal items to break during their travel to your new home. With patience and the right materials, you can pack your items with confidence that they will arrive at their destination in one piece. Here is how to pack your personal items like a moving professional. Don't Skimp on the Packing Supplies Stock up with the right packing supplies from a moving supplies store. [Read More]

Three Tips for a Winter Move

Posted on: 16 February 2016

Moving during the winter months brings about its own list of challenges. To ensure a successful move, you need to be aware of these challenges so you know how to prepare. Here are a few tips for moving during the winter. Cover Your Floors Make sure you take time to cover your floors before the movers arrive. In many climates during the winter, there is soggy soil, snow or ice-melting salt on the ground. [Read More]

Switch Houses Every Six Months? Turn Your Homes Into Vacation Rental Properties

Posted on: 11 February 2016

As you get older and entirely pay off your first home, your monthly expenses drop substantially, which leaves you room for taking on another major expense. Buying a second home is an option that allows you to live in excellent weather conditions all throughout the year. However, leaving houses empty for half of the year is not financially beneficial. Turn each of the properties into a vacation rental for the part of the year you are not living in. [Read More]