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Items Movers Will Not Move

Movers Will Not Move (Blog 9)

  This list may seem like common sense to you, but you’ll be surprised the request people have to move their items. Here’s a list of items movers will not move also an update from our previous post here.  Hazardous Items By law movers are not allowed to move any flammable, corrosive or explosive items. Some of these items on this list are common household items but not limited to. Items Movers Will Not Move: Gasoline/Kerosene Cleaning Supplies (Bleach, Ammonia, Pine Sol etc.) Aerosol Cans (Deodorant, Air Freshener, Hair Spray) Weapons and Ammunition Yard Equipment that contains fuel ( lawn mowers) Pesticides/Fertilizer/Weed […..]

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5 Things to Watch Out For When Moving to College in the Northeast


August is an extremely busy time of the year for moving. That’s not because Americans like loading boxes and furniture into a truck in stifling heat. Instead, it has a lot to do with what’s on the calendar. As the Dog Days of Summer move closer to fall, colleges and universities get ready to kick off their fall semester. That means that tens of thousands of incoming freshmen move to campuses and new cities nationwide, with most going through that process in August. Of course, a great number of colleges and universities that attract students from all over America are […..]

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Home, In 400 Square Feet or Less

Single Car Garage

Imagine living in a single car garage. As crazy as that might sound at first, more and more young American professionals are now living in apartments that are about that size. Microapartments are popping up all over cities that are filled with Millennials, or young adults under the age of 30. These small units, — which, at an average of 300 square feet, are less than half the size of a typical one-bedroom unit — are a result of a combination of the minimalism, eco-friendly and urbanization movements. They’re also so popular among young professionals that developers barely even need […..]

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6 Factors to Consider Before Packing for a Move to a Home in the Northeast

Stressed Out Moving Couple

If you’re looking to make a long-distance move, you’re probably excited and stressed out at the same time. The prospect of packing up in one area and unpacking in a totally different area can be draining. Plus, when your new home isn’t located across town, it can be difficult figuring out just how much of your stuff will fit into your new home. If you’re moving to a home in the northeast, in particular, it’s important to take a long look at your larger items and determine whether they should make the move with you. Yes, this can be a […..]

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5 Things to Do One Week Before You Move

Cleaning Out The Fridge

Excitement is in the air. You’ve been packing for what feels like years. The house is stuffed to the brim with moving boxes. Moving day is upon us! You are approaching the finish line, so make sure to get these last few things done the week of the move to ensure a smooth moving day. 1. Clean Out The Fridge Source: The last thing you want is for it to be moving day and have a fridge full of uneaten food. A week or two before the move, try not to buy too many groceries and focus on eating […..]

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