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When we come out, we bring a trailer stocked with boxes, packing paper, tape, and shrink wrap. We have dollies, moving pads,"4-wheelers",  and tools for assembling and dissassembling of furniture. We also have flooring protection and ramps.

When we unpack your items, we carry away all of the boxes and debris, leaving you with a clutter-free home, with no worry about where to dispose of all of those boxes and paper.

***Please call for commercial pricing.

We also provide debri pickups, yard clean-up, junk removal, and hauling.
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Tips to Save Money and Make Your Move Easy

There are four common moving expenses that are simple to save money on:
1. Packing
You never know how much stuff you have until you start to pack. When moving – especially for long distances – secure packing can often make a significant difference in the condition of your possessions once they reach your destination, so make sure that you have enough boxes, tape, and bubble wrap on hand.
·         Collect Packing Materials. Start collecting packing materials as soon as possible. Ask for old boxes at work (some companies have special policies about taking boxes or used packing materials home, so be sure to ask your supervisor before you start grabbing boxes) and ask friends and neighbors for their boxes, old milk crates, and packing materials.
·         Reduce/Recycle. Moving is a great time to unload stuff that you seldom or never use. Begin your move by sorting through your belongings. A garage sale can earn you some needed cash to help with your move while simultaneously eliminating the time and hassle of moving unwanted items.
2. Professional Movers
Efficient, professional movers can significantly cut the amount of time that a move takes while also safeguarding your belongings. Still, they cost money – and moving services aren’t always cheap. You can save money by hiring a firm with a reputation for being quick and efficient, and that takes steps beforehand to make it easier for your movers to do their job.

·         Start Packing Early. If you are still shoving your belongings into boxes when the movers show up, your move is going to take a lot longer. Allow yourself a lot of time for packing.
·         DIY What You Can, When Convenient. If you are going to be following your moving van across town, stock up your car with as much easy-to-move stuff as possible. Garbage bags full of clothes, towels, and bed linens are usually easy enough to carry, and you generally don’t have to worry about damage. If you live close to your new house orapartment and can get the keys to your new place before your official move date, try moving over a carload or two whenever you have spare time. You may be able to shave an hour or more off your moving times.
·         Ask for Tips. Professional movers know how to quickly and safely move household belongings, so be sure to ask for advice. My movers offered a slew of time-saving tips, including advice about how to properly cushion and shrink-wrap furniture, lamps, and accessories. When possible, disassemble lamps (i.e. remove the lampshades, unscrew the light bulbs, and pack them in a separate box), bed frames, and other items before your movers show up.
·         Remove Roadblocks. If you have a lot of big, bulky furniture, make sure that it can actually fit through the doors and halls in both your old and new homes. Take some measurements, and if you suspect that it will be a tight fit, remove the doors ahead of time, if possible. If you are moving out of a shared space, use brightly colored painters tape to mark which items need to be moved so that you aren’t constantly fielding questions from movers. This will shave time off the move and reduce both your costs and everyone’s frustration level.
·         Get Parking Permits. Your move is going to take a lot longer if the movers have to park down the block and around the corner. If your new place doesn’t have a private driveway, talk to the building manager or landlord about your options before moving day. You may be able to get permission for the movers to park in a loading zone, management parking space, or in a “permit required” street area while they carry your boxes in to your new home.
3. Trucks and Storage
·         If You Purchased Your New Home, Talk to Your Real Estate Agent. Some real estate agencies have their own truck that you can use free of charge to complete a short-distance move. Ask your real estate agent if this service is provided.
·         Moving Truck Rental. Make sure that you rent a moving truck that can safely accommodate your belongings. While you don’t want to rent a truck that is larger than you feel comfortable driving, renting a tiny vehicle and making multiple trips will cost you a great deal in gas money and will slow down your move.
·         Storage Unit Rental. If you have to keep your things in storage for awhile, shop around for off-site storage services. These companies often advertise online deals (such as one month’s storage for $1) that can save you a lot of money, particularly if you only need short-term storage services.
·         Look for Combo Deals. Some storage unit companies also offer moving truck and van rental along with storage space. Ask about this option and compare costs.

4. Setting Up Housekeeping
If your move is a short one, you can easily pack up your cleaning supplies and throw your food into a cooler before driving to your new home. But this won’t work if you are making a long-distance move, so prepare to pay to restock your pantry, refrigerator, and cabinets.

·         Visit a Dollar Store. If you are on a lean budget, dollar stores can be a lifesaver. While I’m not always crazy about the quality of the products available at dollar stores, many items – such as cleaning supplies – should tide you over until you can afford to purchase their brand name counterparts.
·         Check Out Secondhand Stores. Thrift stores can be a goldmine for those who have recently relocated. Like dollar stores, the prices at secondhand shops can’t be beat, and you may even be able to pick up dishes, kitchenware, and other household items. Even if you aren’t crazy about the selection at your local thrift store, you can usually find some serviceable items that you can re-donate at a later time.
·         Scour Craigslist and Freecycle. Many folks give away household goods to anyone who will take the time and trouble to pick them up. Do this before you return your rental truck so that you can pick up large items.  
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