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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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4 Tips if You’re Worried About Office Productivity During the Move

Office productivity can lag during an office relocation, especially if your office is unprepared for the upcoming move. It's essential to have a strategy, maintain good morale among your staff, and communicate with clients, so they'll know what to expect from the people who work in your business. Getting ready well before your relocation can help your employees stay productive and keep up the excellent work.

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Choosing a Moving Company: What You Need to Know

No matter how organized you are, moving is a complicated process. One of the best ways to reduce stress and ensure a smooth move is by hiring a moving company. But with all the available options, how do you know which movers to work with? Choosing reliable, reputable, and trustworthy residential movers is vital. Read on to learn how to select a moving company that'll help shoulder the heavy burden of moving.

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5 Tips for Packing a Room in One Day

Most moving timelines presume that you have weeks to work with. But not everyone does. You might need to relocate in a hurry for various reasons. If you have to get out fast, you need tips to help you complete a fast move from start to finish. Here is a guide to packing and clearing an entire room in one day. 1. Get the Right Supplies Start by getting the right moving supplies, preferably at least a day or two ahead. No one wants to deal with a late-night run to the store.

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Moving Safety: 5 Things You Should Know Before Moving Day

While every move is different, one thing's for sure: Moving day involves many moving parts. In all the commotion, it's easy to get exhausted and overwhelmed — and that's a recipe for accidents. Fortunately, you can take steps to stay safe during the moving process. These moving safety tips can help you achieve a smooth (and safe) move from lifting heavy items to wrapping sharp objects.

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5 Tips to Leave Your Home Move-In Ready

Once you move out of your home, the real finishing work can begin — especially if you’re leaving a rental. You might do some cleaning in advance, but you’ll need to perform a more thorough job once you get everything out. The moving process can be tough on a house. You might end up with scratches and dents that you didn’t expect. When packing up and moving out, try these five tips to smooth out the rough spots and help make sure your house is move-in ready for the next occupants.

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How to Get a Good Night’s Sleep Before Moving Day

Moving day is a lot of work, even if you have packed everything and are ready to go. You’ll need rest to get through it. The trouble is that a big day can make it hard to rest, especially if you tend to worry. Try these tips to help you get more rest and panic less the day before your residential relocation. Adjust Your Routine For many people, the week before the move involves a lot of late nights. It’s easy to stay up late, past your regular bedtime, while cleaning and packing.

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How to Pack a Bedroom and Still Get a Good Night's Sleep

When moving day is just around the corner, your timeline can feel a bit stressed. Previously easy tasks suddenly aren't, and questions of timing take center stage — for instance, should you pack the pots and pans now and eat out, or put off packing the dishes so you can still cook at home?

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