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Which Areas of a New Home Often Need the Most Repair?

One essential part of buying a new home is getting it inspected. A four-point inspection aims to spot any potential issues that could cause problems for you in the future. However, while this overview covers the main parts of the house, it won't discover everything. So, as a new home buyer, you must be aware of different areas that could need repair soon after you move in.  We've compiled a list of the top sections, and here's what you should expect.

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6 Tips for Unpacking After a Move

All the work put into packing up for a household move isn’t necessarily the hard part. Aside from being exhausted, unpacking is also a big task and can be just as time-consuming, if not more so, since you have to figure out where everything needs to go. The closets, cabinets, shelving, room configurations, and other spaces likely look nothing like your last place. Organizing is your best friend to make the unpacking part of your move easier. Here are some tips to help you get settled in your...

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Moving Your Office: How to Prepare Your Team

Moving your office location is a big undertaking. First, you must find the ideal location and space for your business needs. Next, you’ll need to determine which staff can relocate or commute to the new office. The last step is to plan the move. With so many moving parts, you want to ensure you don’t overlook any task. So here are top tips for a seamless office move.

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6 Ways to Make Moving Less Stressful

Moving brings up many emotions, from excitement and anticipation to worry and anxiety. You're not alone if you've ever felt stressed about a household move. Studies suggest that moving is among life's most stressful events, along with having kids, starting a new job, or getting divorced. Fortunately, you can take steps to reduce moving stress. Here are five ways to make your move less stressful.

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5 Things to Keep Handy When Packing Up Your House

While making a household move can be invigorating—it can also be stressful. If you are one of the many people planning an upcoming move, you've probably been researching and implementing many moving hacks. As you get ready, make sure you have the following things available with you in your car rather than the moving truck on relocation day. 1. Toolbox If you are relocating, you will need to have a toolbox. It’s one of the most important things you will want to have with you.

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Things to Include on Your Moving Day Checklist

There is no doubt that moving is one of the most stressful experiences in a person's life. Fortunately, you can get from point A to point B quickly with some preparation and the assistance of an experienced moving company. Keep reading to find out what you need to do to ensure a smooth relocation. The Night Before Take advantage of the night before you leave to make your final preparations for your big day. This is your chance to eliminate as much moving stress as possible.

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Moving on a Budget

If you've got a move in the future and are worried about how much it'll cost, you're not alone: household moving costs can add up. Fortunately, moving doesn't have to break the bank. Read on to learn how to save a few bucks on your next move.

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Five Tips for Packing Up Your Garage

Packing up a garage is one of the most challenging moving tasks. Garages often require a lot of sorting and contain unwieldy items. However, packing up the garage for a household move can be efficiently accomplished if you follow a few tips. 1. Start Early Many people leave the garage until last. Instead, consider making the garage one of the first areas you pack, so you'll have plenty of time to do the job right.

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How to Pack Your Garage for Moving

The garage sometimes becomes a collecting place for items you have no other place to store. So packing it for a household move seems like quite a chore. However, with a good plan, you can tackle that garage. Start Early Many people are tempted to leave the garage for last. Because it's quite a task, conquering it first can relieve stress. Once you complete the garage, the sense of accomplishment will give you energy as you move to the rest of the house.

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What to Do the First Week After Your Move

Moving is a big project. The number of tasks to complete can seem overwhelming. So here is a guide to what to do during your first week in your new home. Unpack Efficiently Before leaving your home, pack a box or two of essential items. They include toiletries, sheets, towels, medications, and basic items for food preparation. Unpack these items.

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