Learning About Preparing Items For Storage

I am here to talk to you about preparing your items for long- and short-term storage. Learn about stacking and arranging your items to prevent damage.

Moving Just Across The Canadian Border: Why Storage In The U.S. Is A Good Idea

9 July 2017
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If you live "really up north" in the U.S., you probably live very close to the Canadian border. When your boss asks you to relocate just over that border, you will need to hire an international moving company and look at moving companies that offer storage. Problem is, should you store your belongings here in the U.S. on this side of the border, or just over the border in Canada? Here is why storage on the U. Read More …

3 Things You Should Do When Making A Long Distance Move

15 June 2016
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So you have decided to move to a new city or state. There are a lot of great reasons to make such a big move. For instance, people are often willing to make a drastic move for better employment opportunities and affordable housing. Before you can make a long distance move, you need to work on packing all of your belongings. When you have a lot of different possessions, it might seem like a tedious chore to get it all done. Read More …

4 Things to Keep in Mind When Choosing a Place for Your New Piano

25 April 2016
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If you've just bought your first piano, the hunt is probably on to find the right place to keep it. You can't put a piano just anywhere, though. There are many different factors to consider. A properly stored and cared for piano will last for many years and may even become a family heirloom. Before you settle on the space where you're going to put your new piano, think about the following factors. Read More …

4 Services to Consider before Moving Internationally

21 April 2016
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Whether you are planning to relocate to another country for a few years or permanently, moving internationally is not an easy task. Before you solidify your plans, consider the variety of services available to make your transition seamless. 1. International Accounting Before you leave, you will need to determine how to address your finances and taxes. You should find an accountant who is familiar with international taxes, especially if you are self-employed or part of your year's income will be earned in the United States. Read More …

Moving On A Temporary Assignment? How Should You Store Your Household Belongings?

1 April 2016
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Whether you're employed by the military, the Peace Corps, or a private-sector employer with branches in foreign countries, you may find yourself facing an overseas assignment that can take you away from home for a year or longer. If you're single and don't yet own a home, paying rent on a house or apartment simply to hold your furniture may seem like a waste of money. On the other hand, trying to offload as much of your belongings as possible before leaving may have you scrambling to replace crucial items (like a mattress) immediately upon your return, and the idea of renting out or subletting your home to a stranger may be unappealing as well. Read More …