Friday, June 5, 2020

How to Choose a Storage Unit


Need some extra storage space but don't know how much? Use this quick trick to determine just how big your storage unit needs to be!

Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Why Your Company's Office May Need Self Storage


Have too much stuff lying around your office? We all do. That is why in this video, Kevin suggests to his boss that in order for them to store their current company files properly they must find additional space. Self storage can offer secure, convenient and flexible storage for small and large businesses alike to save money and increase productivity.

Saturday, May 30, 2020

How to Lift Boxes


Lifting and carrying boxes is practically unavoidable when it comes to moving. Before you begin, it's important to know how to lift a box to avoid injury. We've spent time researching what health experts like the Mayo Clinic have to say about the best way to lift heavy objects--here are some of the highlights that you need to know:

-Clear a path through your home to the moving truck or container, moving any obstacles that you might trip over
-Wear closed-toe shoes that have considerable grip on the tread to avoid a slip or stubbed toe!
-If the box feels too heavy, don't try to lift it--grab a friend or moving dolly instead.

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

How To Pack Books



Learn how to pack books with care in this video. We'll show you a few options to protect your collection, including several ways to stack the books and the best way to prevent wrinkles and tears that could damage the pages.

Sunday, May 24, 2020

Thursday, May 21, 2020

Three Things To Do Before Packing China Dishes For Moving



As professional movers, we’ve handled our fair share of difficult moves. If you’re getting ready for a move and you have a set of china, there are a few things our experts want to share with you.

Monday, May 18, 2020

Moving Checklist How-To


Don't wait until the last minute to start planning your move. These tips for what to include in your moving checklist will help you stay on track for a successful move.