October 9, 2019
Penny Pinching: How to Save Money on Relocation

Let’s face it: Moving is about as appealing as having to endure a root canal procedure. Unlike the pain caused by a root canal, moving leaves a lingering pain that can lasts for months, if not years. For the proverbial icing on the moving pain cake, you also have to deal with the typically expensive […]

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September 6, 2019
Tips For Moving With Kids

Moving cross town or across the country can trigger an incredible amount of stress. How do you think it feels for your kids? Moving is one of the most traumatic life events kids face. Let’s review a few moving tips for kids to make relocation as painless as possible. Communication is Key Fear of the […]

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August 9, 2019
Tips for Moving in Bad Weather

You do not need anyone to tell you that moving sucks. From surly movers to moving vehicles that break down, the list of possible issues during a move is endless. Throw in Mother Nature’s foul temperament and you have the perfect recipe for a Murphy’s Law poster. Bad weather should not disrupt your move. In […]

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July 8, 2019
How to Pick the Correct Sized Unit

Deciding on the size of a storage unit is not one of the most important decision you will make during your life. After all, the decision pales in comparison to whether you should donate a kidney to the person that set you up with your spouse. However, choosing the right size for a unit is […]

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June 7, 2019
The Price is Right: Factors that determine the price of a unit

Price represents an important factor in determining where to store your stuff. However, many customers of storage facilities do not have clue when it comes to knowing how companies price their units. Let’s look at several factors that determine the price of storage. Location, Location, Location A facility located in the heart of Chicago will […]

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May 9, 2019
How to Pack Glassware

You have checked off almost everything on your moving to do list. You have hired a licensed and bonded mover. Your most expensive furniture have been properly protected against impact damage. You even made arrangements to have the family dog moved in supreme comfort. Now, you have to complete your moving to do list by […]

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April 9, 2019
Driving Tips for a Long Distance Move

Do it yourself moving saves you money by putting you in control of everything, from packing boxes to unloading a truck at your new home. If your move covers hundreds of miles, then the savings become even greater. However, there is one aspect of a do it yourself move that many people often forget. You […]

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March 7, 2019
Murphy’s Law: 5 things that can disrupt your move

“Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.” We’re not sure where this Murphy got his wisdom for one of the most frequently quoted axioms, but we know one thing for sure: At one point, Murphy must have worked in the moving business. How else can you explain the glass is the glass-half-empty mentality of […]

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February 11, 2019
What to Look for in a Cross Country Mover

Everything seems to be in place for a cross country move. You have spent time in your new home city finding the right neighborhood for your family, as well as enrolling your kids in school. Now comes the hard part: Deciding on a company to help you relocate your possessions. Here’s what to look for […]

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January 9, 2019
Location, Location, Location: Why Location Matters For Storing Equipment

If you have taken a Business 101 class, one of the first and often cited principles is to create a plan around where you want to open the business. The mantra “location, location, location” rings true for a wide variety of businesses ranging from hotels to restaurants to grocery stores. Facilities dedicated to keeping customer […]

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