Are you thinking about relocating your home and starting a new life? If the answer is positive, you are probably having a lot of questions regarding the moving process. That is quite a common thing, especially if you are moving for the first time. Gathering information and making a plan is an inevitable part of having a stress-free relocation. Whether you are moving in a hurry or you have a lot of time for planning your moving day, hiring a moving company is the most important task. In case you are wondering how far in advance to book movers, this article might be helpful. Continue reading “How far in advance to book movers?”
All people love to buy different and new things for their home. And something that we all like to have really nice and unique is our china. We might have it in our family for generations, or you just bought it. But we need to be honest with ourselves – we don’t use it very often. We use it for Thanksgiving or some special occasion. And to be fair, a fine china set can take a lot of space. If you live in a small apartment, it can be very difficult to manage. So, a storage unit might be a great idea. You can pack all the things that you do not use often there. When you are getting ready to pack fine china for storage, you should go to a store and buy packing materials first.
You saw a beautiful home, you thought about relocating and after some time you decided to move. After that, you were thinking and deciding should you hire a moving company. And, after some thinking, you made the decision. You hired movers, and while you were talking with them – you also made a decision. You hired packers! And to be honest, that was a good thing to do. Professional movers and packers can move you really fast and save you a lot of time and nerves. But, since your moving day is getting closer, you do not know what to do while movers are packing your stuff. We created a list of advice that can help you feel useful. And also, this way you will actually help your movers to finish things faster.
Like any new thing in life, moving can be challenging. Relocation of your home is a major life event which contains a lot of tasks. Which includes finding a good new home, adapting to a new life as well as tasks connected to the moving itself. Moving preparation process can be complex. But if you have a good plan and think ahead, it will highly likely pass without setbacks. One of the tasks that you will have in front of you when moving is parking a moving truck on the moving day. Even if this might sound like an easy thing, there are a few points that you should take into consideration. We will try to help you with some advice to deal with it, without too many efforts. Continue reading “Parking a moving truck on the moving day”
When you are about to relocate to NYC, there are some things you need to pay attention to. The list of those things is long. For example, how you are going to organize your moving, what items you are going to relocate with you, where are you going to find a job, where are you going to live in the Big Apple and many other things. Since we have mentioned the last thing, the place of a living, there is one important question. If you have decided to live in Brooklyn, do you need a car? In other words, owning a car in Brooklyn: Is it a good idea or not? In this article, we are going to present to you the pros and cons of it. Continue reading “Owning a car in Brooklyn: Yes or no?”
A relocation can be done in one of two ways – you can either hire reputable movers, or you can opt for a DIY move. If you choose to save money and move by yourself, you will need all the help you can get. Luckily, U. Santini Moving & Storage is always here to help you. Today, we will give away the secret of our capable movers to help you move with success. Namely, moving straps are the favorite tool of our movers, with which they move heavyweight items with ease. Are you eager to learn more about it? In that case, just read on, as all of the pieces of advice you will ever need are coming your way! Continue reading “How to Use Moving Straps”