A Guide To An Eco-Friendly Move For Your Office

Posted on: 23 June 2017

If you're now making arrangements for the relocation of your office and you are concerned about doing so in an environmentally friendly manner, it is important to note that there are a variety of options to choose from. For instance, it's now possible to rent reusable plastic totes, some of which are made of recycled plastic. In addition, moving companies often use an environmentally responsible type of fuel for their trucks or vans or in some situations, the use of hybrid vehicles for office relocations might be feasible.
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4 Ways To Eat Healthy During Home Moving Days

Posted on: 22 December 2015

As you prepare to move from a home, your life is literally turned to chaos. The normal routine is thrown out the window as you pack appliances, pantries, and a number of kitchen items into moving trucks. Instead of heading to the closest drive-thru, you can stick to a healthy diet by properly planning meals and being ready for the days ahead. Use the following four methods to ensure that you can still eat healthy as you move into a new home.
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Heads Up: 3 Tips On How To Properly Pack Baseball Caps For A Move

Posted on: 14 September 2015

You've likely moved homes on average about once every 11.3 years. The problem with moving is learning how to pack everything properly, so they make it to the new destination in one piece and in the same condition. One of the more delicate items to move will be your baseball caps, and Americans love their baseball caps, with 121 million sold each year. If you don't pack the caps right, they'll end up becoming distorted in shape.
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Moving And Packing Tips - How To Properly Prepare And Pack An Antique Table

Posted on: 16 July 2015

If you and your family need to move from one home to another in a short period of time, then it may be in your best interest to hire both professional movers and packers from a company like Bekins Van Lines Inc so you can get everything done in a hurry. Not only will this reduce your stress, but this will leave you with the opportunity to pack more delicate items yourself.
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