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Relocation from one state to another is an everyday event in the US. There are many reasons to move, like better job opportunities, change of marital status, or searching for a more child-friendly place. If you are wondering whether to relocate cross country right now, take a look at our list of reasons to move and see if you fit into some categories.

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We all know how stressful and hectic packing can be, so one of the first things you need to keep in mind is that you will need at least four to six weeks to complete it. So, make sure you leave enough time for the actual packing, but also leave enough time to prepare for this tricky task. Of course, you want to avoid any possible damage during the transportation, so you’ll need various packing materials to protect all your belongings. So, take a look at the following list of moving supplies that you shouldn’t start packing without:

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Do you have fragile items or a delicate family heirloom that you wish to keep extra safe when moving? When you learn how to use bubble wrap, boxing up valuable objects won’t seem like such a stressful activity. This material can be used to protect all kinds of things in your home, from electronics to glasses and mirrors. To unlock its full potential, all you have to do is learn how to apply it correctly.

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If you are wondering how to pack books for moving, the answer is – easily. You will need good-quality boxes, wrapping paper, tape, and a marker. It would nice if you gave yourself some time to decide what publications you are going to keep and what you are giving away. As a little help, we present to you five simple tips that could help you in the process of packing.

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What to bring when moving to a tiny house

Even though living in a small house has its advantages, it is not that easy to move from a large home to a tiny one. You need to be aware of your new space limitations, which means you’ll have to make some changes when you get to your new home. Yes, tiny houses are more easily cleaned and redecorated, they give you the feeling of coziness, and home maintenance is less complicated than in large ones, but you also need to think about some items you wouldn’t need otherwise. What are these? Take a look at the following list and stick to it once you get down to organizing your relocation.

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The thrilling experience of moving to a new city and having a chance of a fresh start is hard to beat. Even though living in any unfamiliar place is always going to be a bit of a gamble and a challenge, knowing the quickest way to the supermarket or having someone pop up for a quick coffee may just help your odds. Here are some helpful tips to consider when relocating cross country.

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Making friends in a new city is not as easy as it may seem, especially for adults. But it doesn’t have to be difficult either. Even though, as we grow up, we tend to get too preoccupied with our careers and everyday errands in order to make new friends, there are still ways in which you can up your chances to bring some new people into your life. Here is a quick guide that can help you do that.

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We all know how hectic and stressful relocation process can be, so the best way to make your move a pleasant experience is to hire a moving company which can help you. Not only are there some tasks that you can’t possibly take care of all by yourself, but there are also the ones that will just take you too much time and energy, so it’s best to leave them to professionals. Luckily, nowadays, most moving companies offer a wide range of additional moving services that you can choose between, so you can forget about your relocation turning into a nightmare. In case you’re not quite familiar with these, here’s a list of the most common additional services you can use:

 

 

 

  1. Professional packing and unpacking

There is no doubt you would do your best to pack all your belongings with utmost care, but no matter how hard you try, some items such as fragile and expensive pieces of furniture or artwork are almost impossible to pack without professional assistance. For that reason, it is advisable to leave this tricky task to experts and not worry about the safety of your belongings. Professional movers are called professional for a reason – these people are trained for what they do, and they have all the adequate packing supplies, as well as wrapping and padding materials used to protect your items. Plus, they can save you the trouble of unpacking all your boxes when you move into your new house.

  1. Disassembling and reassembling your furniture

Another thing movers will be better at is dismantling and reassembling your furniture. Again, they have all the adequate equipment for doing so, which means you don’t have to lift a finger. You might be tempted to think that disassembling your furniture is not that complicated, but believe us – it’s more complex than it seems.

  1. Appliance servicing

We’re sure you’ll be happy to hear that your chosen moving company can help you with your electrical appliances, as well. In other words, movers can save you the trouble of disconnecting them and then setting them up again when you get to your new house.

  1. Hoisting

Not only are certain pieces of furniture hard to dismantle, but there also the ones that are just too large to fit through the door of your old or your new house, which means you can only leave them there or ask your movers to deal with this problem. Luckily for you, moving companies have teams of people with great expertise in hoisting, so they can take such items out without any trouble using ropes and pulleys.

  1. Storage service

Last but not least, remember that you can ask for storage units if you need a safe place to store your stuff for some time for whatever reason. So, in case something comes up, and you find out that your new house will not be ready in time for you to move into it, you can leave your belongings in a storage unit.

So, when you get down to planning and organizing your move, keep in mind the previously listed services that can make the whole process much easier. Good luck!

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7 Best Beach Towns to Live In 

Are you moving out for the first time and trying to decide what are the best beach towns to live in? Waking up to the sound of the ocean, spending your weekends at the beach, getting to eat seafood to your heart’s content – that is simply how you imagine a picture-perfect life. Well, it’s high time you started packing your bags and scheduling moving services. We’re bringing you our top list of some of the most vibrant, picturesque, dream-like coastal communities in the country!

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