Blog - Page 4 of 12 - Cross Country Movers Group


Did you know that moving is one of the three most stressful things in our lives, besides losing a loved one and getting divorced? Moving stress reminds us that relocating cross country is not an easy task that should be taken lightly. But there are tips to keep the stress at bay, including hiring a long-distance moving company to manage your move.

Are you a musician planning on moving long-distance soon? If so, you might be worried that you don’t know how to pack a guitar for shipping properly. Luckily, this is not a difficult task. However, whether you’re planning on doing it on your own or hiring cross-country movers, there are still some things you need to do when packing a guitar for shipping.

When moving across the country, there are many ways you can protect your delicate items. To avoid losing your dishes in some unforeseen accident, learn how to pack plates for moving. There are plenty of moving hacks below that can help you save a lot of time when you wrap and box-up these items.

Your long distance relocation is finished, and you start to unpack all of your stuff, only to find out that most of it is covered with a sticky substance. This usually occurs from using packing materials when moving. Here are a few simple tips on how to remove tape residue from your belongings.

Have you ever wondered what the hardest part of moving for love is? One in four people have relocated in pursuit of a romantic relationship, and if you are one of them, ask yourself, Is it worth moving for love? Before you box up everything, consider all the pros and cons of relocation, be honest about what it will mean for your career, finances, and future. Don’t rush, and you won’t regret your decision.

When changing homes, there are numerous small or not so small tasks to be taken care of, apart from packing, organizing, and transporting boxes to our new address. But don’t worry, we’ve made a checklist of the ten essential things to do when moving into a new home, so your long-distance relocation and settling in go as smoothly as possible.

New cases of COVID-19 infections are being confirmed every day, and the outbreak has already disrupted lives (including relocation plans) of hundreds of thousands of Americans. One of the most effective ways to prevent the further spreading of the pandemic is the practice of social distancing. But how does one battle coronavirus when living in a multigenerational household and having to explain the gravity of the situation to your offspring and your elderly alike.

In the light of current events happening around the globe concerning COVID-19 or Coronavirus, we would like to point out that our company has been taking all the necessary precautions in preventing the risks of illness during the relocation process.

We spend so much time on house hunting and relocation, trying not to forget any detail or leave something behind, but as usual, there is that one little or not so little thing that we overlook. Do you know how to change your address when you move? Have you ever thought about it? Apparently, a lot of people tend to forget this tiny detail, so today, we are going to help you not become one of them.

For most city folk, moving to a small town might seem like ending up on a different planet. You’re suddenly surrounded with peace and quiet, there’s a lot less traffic, and you have a feeling that everyone knows everybody else. There are certain things that are common to all such environments, so let’s take a closer look at them, so you know what you’re getting into.