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How to Disassemble Furniture for Moving

When relocating to another state, the most challenging part is dealing with your large, bulky, and heavy items. This is why learning how to disassemble furniture is a crucial part of your cross country moving process. You can hire long distance mover...
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Things You Should Know Before Moving to a Small Town

When we change what we’re used to, we’re bound to face some novelties and experience a different kind of living. Moving to a small town is a huge transition if you used to live in one of the bustling cities, but you’ll be happy to l...
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Best Tips for Moving Furniture

Whether you are relocating to another state or just down the street – you will find moving furniture equally demanding. It’s back-breaking work that could result in property damage, or worse, injuries if you don’t know what you are doing, s...
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The Short Guide to Cross Country Moving with Pets

For many pet owners, moving cross country causes stress. There are many things to think about when moving with pets, and it calls for thorough planning. You need to prepare your pet for the move as well as sort out the administrative and other requir...
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Complete Guide on How to Remove Tape Residue

Tape is an essential part of each relocation and every toolbox due to its adhesive abilities. Whether you’re using duct tape, masking tape, or painters tape – you’ll need to know how to remove tape residue as all of them leave the goo. But ...
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The Pros and Cons of Moving in Winter

The typical moving season of the year, for many Americans, is during the summer. Still, it can be a hassle dealing with all of the competition that brings. The best alternative is, therefore, to try moving in winter. Though it might sound complicated...
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