Waiting to pack until the last week, or worse, the last few days before your move is more than stressful. You will always find that you have more items than you thought you did. Marathon packing is messy, causes more damage to your items, and makes the unpacking process chaotic. Your entire moving experience will be miserable if you wait till the last minute to start packing. It doesn’t have to be that way. Below are tips to help you create a plan and break down the move in phases so you can breathe easier on moving day.
It's winter time in Colorado, which means that the temperatures are dropping and will most likely fall below 32 degrees Fahrenheit during the night or when it snows. These frigid temperatures can be very damaging to items. To ensure the safety of your most valuable items, you should store them in a climate-controlled storage room that averages temperatures between 55 and 90 degrees. Here are ten reasons why you should consider storing your high-value items in climate-controlled rooms:
Sometimes you do not have a choice when you need to move. Job changes and promotions or moving closer to ailing relatives are just a couple of reasons to prompt a speedy move. Even though moving during the winter means it is easier to rent a moving truck or hire a moving company, there are other roadblocks that you will have to be organized for, including preparing for the unpredictable weather. Don’t worry, there are things you can do make your winter move go smoothly.
There are some easy-to-follow rules for moving items such as clothes, furniture, and kitchen supplies. However, moving plants can be a messier undertaking and may require additional planning. Here are 3 tips to get you started.