You care about the environment, and so do we. That’s why we know it’s important to you to keep your move as eco-friendly as possible. But, when you’re hauling everything you own across the city (or across the country) it’s hard to keep things green.
Moving to a smaller home? Facing a bunch of unwanted clutter? Looking to save money by moving less stuff? Whatever the reason, you need to downsize. We see a lot of people who, on starting to pack for their move, realize they have a lot more stuff than they thought they did. But, while realizing the need to downsize may be easy, figuring out how to do it can be more difficult.
Moving is stressful for everyone. When it comes to people, even children, the best strategy for helping them cope is talking through and explaining everything to them. But, not every member of your family can talk.
For most people, the most daunting part of the moving process (other than actually picking up and moving of course) is packing. In particular, many people are afraid to pack their valuables and fragile items because they don’t want them to break.
Who doesn’t love a value-add service? We know we do, that’s why we choose to partner with a variety of different companies that will bring our clients (and theirs) added value.
May is National Moving Month! We’re so excited to have a month that’s all about us! Just kidding! We know this month is all about the people who keep us in business – people who need to move.
Though it may have only just started to feel like spring in some places in Canada (we’re looking at you Alberta), the season is technically in full swing. That means it’s time to get started on everyone’s favourite task (*wink*): spring cleaning.
The most common reason people give for deciding against hiring a moving company is “they cost too much.” But, what most people don’t realize is that doing your move yourself, or with the help of friends and family, instead of hiring professionals can actually be much more costly than they think.
Many organizations, and even communities, are dependent on volunteers. These are people who give up their time for a cause they believe in while expecting nothing in return. Without volunteers, there would be far fewer charities and far fewer people who need help would get it. That’s why we believe it’s so important to recognize the contributions of volunteers in our communities on April 20- Volunteer Recognition Day.