If you are about to move to New York City borough of Brooklyn, or you already have done so, you are not alone. Actually, there has been a rather great surge of people going into Brooklyn. And, if you count yourself among them, you will find that one thing prevails for about a century. The sheer experience of novelty one gets after moving to Brooklyn. With this in mind, we made this post to help you get ready for it. Well… in whole honesty, there is no real way to prepare for what New York City really is, but hey, lets at least give you heads up on what you will encounter when you move over the East River and enter the borough of Brooklyn. Continue reading “7 things that will happen to you after moving to Brooklyn”
When you are moving, everything around you can be so hectic, and you can get a bit anxious. But do not worry – this is completely normal. Moving can be very stressful – especially long distance – and that is exactly why you should consider hiring professionals such as long distance movers Brooklyn. In this way, your move will go very smoothly and stress-free. And that is why the moving companies are there: so that you can dedicate your time to something else. You know by now that moving doesn’t only mean moving, there are a lot of other things that you will have to do. We will talk about that a bit later, but right now let’s focus on the question: should you be tipping movers? Saying yes or no isn’t quite that simple as there are many answers to that question, so let’s check some relocation situations. Continue reading “Guide for tipping movers”
Relocation is a hard process. And you will probably have to think about many things while you prepare the move. You need to know how to move, how to pack etc. But the most important part of a long distance relocation is taking care of the budget. If you do not do this properly you will ruin your home budget. This is why you need to know how to save money when moving long distance. But, this is not hard if you stay calm and focused. Let us show you how.
There are a lot of good reasons why one would choose to be moving from Brooklyn to the West Coast. Now we know NYC is a cosmos on to itself. Five boroughs of Brooklyn, Manhattan, Staten Island, Bronx and Queens are all so diverse, full to the brim with people, interesting architecture, diverse and vibrant culture, economic potential and simply good living that it is sometimes incomprehensible for residents of the “greatest city in the world” as to why anyone would ever want to leave! Continue reading “Moving from Brooklyn to the West Coast – what to expect”
So you finally moved to Staten Island after a long, hard day… Well, harder than most, as moving days tend to be. They are full to the brim with stress and almost constant state of uncertainty. So much to be looked after: items to be moved, timetables kept, third floors piano transporting madness… All of those can really be troubling for someone, especially a first timer. But, if it is your first time know that you are not alone in this venture. Millions of Americans experience this every year – and many more than 12 times over their lifetime! And what helps this process in being so smooth and frequent are numerous professional moving companies. So, to go back to your day, a lot of the stress turns out to be over nothing when your movers have done everything right. You probably think of how to reward your NYC movers. After all, without them, this stressful affair would be far more so. Well, we have few ideas on how to do just that! Continue reading “How to reward your NYC movers”
One of the biggest challenges of us apartment dwellers is the fact that, more often than not, we have to downsize. For me, the time has come to downsize for a Brooklyn move, so I figured there were more people out there like me. For those of you who go through the same thing, I have prepared a few tips and tricks that could make it easier on you. However, there are no miracles. It is not going to be easy. But it is going to be doable, and I’ll show you how! Continue reading “How to downsize for a Brooklyn move”