How to Make Your New House Feel Like Home After Moving
Helpful Advice on Settling in to a New Home
Moving from one place to another can be tough and a bit daunting, especially when you’ve built a routine and have gotten comfortable at your current house. But, as inevitable as it is, you need to make sure that you incorporate certain measures to make your new house feel like home so that you and your family can adjust quickly and start your new life on a positive and happy note. (more…)
Tips for Packing Your Garage
The garage is a difficult area to pack for an upcoming move. If you’re like many other homeowners, you use it as a catch-all. Landscaping equipment, tools, and junk you don’t want in your house are dumped in the garage.
How NOT to Get Overwhelmed as You Prepare to Move, Pack & Relocate!
Most people can tell at least one moving horror story. However, with the right preparation, moving to a new home doesn’t have to be stressful. Follow these tips for a pain-free moving experience. (more…)
Phoenix, Arizona and other Top Cities to Move to in the U.S.
As one of the Bay Area’s most respected moving and storage companies, Movers N Shakers works hard to understand exactly what motivates people to move and what they ultimately want and need to make such transitions successful, financially, logistically and emotionally. We also pay close attention to trends in our industry – where people are moving to and why – and the results of some of our latest research might surprise you. (more…)
Bay Area Moving and Storage Company Offers Tips to Help You Prepare
The four months from May through August are considered the “peak moving season.” Oddly enough, the statistic is that nationwide, just over a third of moves happen during this one-third of the year. That being said, Spring has a lot going for it as a time to make the shift. It’s easier to house-hunt, pack, and lug when days are lengthening, but before temperatures soar. Moving companies may charge less before the heat hits. Long-distance moving, since it is especially taxing, is especially nice to get out of the way before summer. Families moving within their own school district may schedule moving day during their school’s spring break or the Memorial Day weekend, leaving the summer free. People who like to garden can get settled in time for a bit of spring planting in the new place. For renters, May is a shoulder season, with fewer units on the market and fewer prospective tenants looking to move. For homeowners, May is when home sales hit an annual spike; it’s a great time to buy.
Bay Area Movers Help You Prepare with the Following Suggestions
Moving to a new home when you have a disability requires a bit of extra planning. Here are some suggestions that may be helpful for people with disabilities and those helping them during their moving process.