Blogs that provide moving tips for anyone planning a do-it-yourself move. Learn how to save money by completing a DIY move instead of hiring a full service mover.
Jul
02

6 Overlooked DIY Moving Details

Choosing to complete a do-it-yourself move is a smart decision, one that will typically save you a lot of money. A DIY move requires more planning and involvement on your part, however, and there are often important details that are overlooked. We want you to have a great DIY moving experience...
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Mar
06

6 Ways to be Prepared for Move Day

Expert Tips for Moving Day Recently my parents made their big move and came to me for my moving labor expertise. One of their main questions was what should be done in order to be prepared and not only save money by saving time, but make the job easier for the...
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Apr
30

When is Peak Moving Season?

Peak moving season occurs in the summer , with 80% of all moves in the United States occurring between April and September . The reality is that the busy moving season directly correlates to when kids are off from school. If school is out then movers are in high demand.  View...
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Mar
21

Truck Rental Discounts

Discounts, who doesn't like them? We've partnered with Penske Truck Rental to help you save the most on your move! The discount can be up to 20% off your entire rental, applied to both local and one-way truck rentals. You can take advantage of these savings by heading over to our...
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Mar
04

Rising Fuel Costs and Your DIY Move

Between March 2010 and March 2011, gas prices rose an average of $0.77 per gallon of unleaded fuel. Political issues in the middle east were driving factors behind these increases. While today's fuel costs aren't as high as they were back then you can still spend a lot of money on...
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Apr
01

Tips for Moving During the Summer

The United States Census Bureau confirms that the summertime is indeed the busiest time of the year for household moving. The US Census Bureau shows that 48.4% of all moves annually take place between June and September , and another large chunk taking place in May. This means that each year...
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Nov
18

Tips for Moving with Pets

It’s common knowledge that moving is one of the top five great stresses in life for people. It’s even more so for pets. For any animal, a predictable routine is a key part of feeling safe. Cats insist on being fed at the same time every day, dogs count on their...
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Nov
13

Pro Tips for Moving In Winter

Moving in the winter can be tricky; it's cold so you want to just snuggle inside with your cat (wishful thinking) , and the probability of inclement weather is high. But, there is a huge upside to a winter move: you are almost guaranteed to get a great deal on movers....
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Feb
28

Tips for Preparing a College Move-In or Move-Out

Spring is almost upon us, and if you are a college student, it probably means that you are getting ready to move, whether you will be living in a college dorm or an apartment off-campus. If you plan on hiring moving labor to help load or unload your moving truck or...
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Mar
27

Simple Self Moving Tips from our Newest Employee

Sometimes it's not so easy for long term employees and industry professionals to think like a customer. After all, our job is to know everything there is to know about the DIY moving industry. From moving labor to DIY move planning and transportation solutions, it is our job to be experts....
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