Quality Moving & Storage Blog: John Case

5 Tips to Prepare Your Items for Long-Term Storage

5 Tips to Prepare Your Items for Long-Term Storage

If you’ve moved to a smaller home but still aren’t quite ready to part with some of your belongings, don’t stress! There are plenty of long-term storage options to free up space in your house while still keeping your precious items safe and secure. However, there are a few steps you should take to p...

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Socks: The Weird Ways They Help During a Move

Socks: The Weird Ways They Help During a Move

When you think of socks, what do you think? You probably don’t give them much thought other than you wear these with your shoes. However, when you are moving, socks can be a great packing material that keeps things in order! With this being said, we are going to highlight a few unconventional ways t...

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5 Tips for Moving with a Dog

5 Tips for Moving with a Dog

This week is National Dog Week, and in honor of all the dogs that are out there, we are compiling a great list of tips to keep your dog safe and happy while moving! Make sure that your dog has his or her own overnight kit. This kit should include dog food, dog toys, special blankets or bedding...

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Moving to a New City: 5 Tips to Help You Manage

Moving to a New City: 5 Tips to Help You Manage

Have you thought about moving? But, you aren’t sure where to start? Moving can be stressful and when you combine this in with moving to a new city, most people don’t look forward to it. However, with proper preparation and knowing what to look for when moving, you can make this process much easier a...

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Creating a Household Storage Plan

Creating a Household Storage Plan

It doesn’t matter if you live in a small one-bedroom apartment or a three-story home. Everyone fills the space they have, and before you know it, you feel like the walls are closing in! A household storage plan can go a long way towards getting control of all that stuff in your house that’...

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2 Major Myths About Moving

2 Major Myths About Moving

There are several moving myths out there that make many people dread moving. Or those myths that make a person think that moving into a new home should be avoided. We have rounded up some common myths that are heard from those who have moved before or who are planning to move and evaluated whether t...

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5 Ideas for What to do While Movers are Working

5 Ideas for What to do While Movers are Working

When many people hire professional movers, this may be their first time in doing so. They are going to find that this makes the moving process so much easier. However, they are often at a loss as to what to do while the movers are there. Should they help move boxes? Should they stand back and let th...

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Pack the Bathroom Like a Pro

Pack the Bathroom Like a Pro

When thinking about the most stressful or time-consuming part of your home to pack for a move, most people think of those large items in the den or living room or the breakables that are sitting on the mantle. However, does anyone ever stop and think about the bathroom? It seems like it would be sim...

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3 Post Move Tips To Remember

3 Post Move Tips To Remember

What do you feel once you have moved into a new home? Chances are the boxes are still everywhere, it is quiet, and you may feel as though you are disorientated. You have an uneasy feeling that we all have had at one point in time. How can you get over this feeling and feel more at home? We have a fe...

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