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Category Archives: Moving

10 Steps for Saying Goodbye to Sentimental Objects

Movers don’t have any problem with packing up a lifetime of someone else’s sentimental objects because those objects do not have emotional attachment to the mover. But for the owner of the keepsake, it’s a different story. There is a difference between ‘de-cluttering’ and ‘letting go’ and that difference is in the heart of the owner.

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4 Places To Check On A Reliable Moving Company

Nobody wants to pay for a professional residential moving company and get an outfit that turns moving day into a Three Stooges rerun. You also don’t want a company that mysteriously loses valuables and leaves town. Property damage, theft, and headaches are the result of not choosing the right residential movers but it is not difficult to avoid these problems.

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Planting A Garden That Can Move With You

Professional movers in Saint Paul are always asked is it possible to move garden features, potted plants, or other outdoor accessories. The answer is – “it depends.”

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How To Say Goodbye to Your Old House and Hello to Your New Home

Moving can be an emotional time. Saint Paul residential movers often witness the sadness their clients experience saying goodbye to their old house even when they are happy to move to a new home.

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Tips for Interviewing a Mover

When it comes to moving your precious household goods, you want to make sure everything gets transferred from the old home to the new one without damaging anything. You need to be able to trust the professional Minneapolis and Saint Paul residential moving company you hire to be professional, so do your research and ask the right questions before signing a contract.

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What Should A Moving Company Do To Protect Your Home

Hiring a professional Minneapolis moving company should mean that you are investing in a higher level of protection for your home and possessions. Professional residential movers have been trained and equipped to leave no trace of their presence behind — other than your things where they should be.

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Merging and Consolidating Households

There are lots of reasons why households are merged and consolidated. Sometimes economic reality forces a sharing of expenses, other times a relationship has progressed to a sharing and commitment. There can be children, pets, and a lifetime’s accumulation on both sides.

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5 Things to Do in Your New Kitchen Before You Move In

The kitchen in your new home can be a wonderful thing when it’s clean and ready to go. Saint Paul residential moving companies will often bring all kitchen boxes into a space that isn’t ready to use right away which can lead to some disruption in meal preparation.

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The Challenge of Stairs During Your Move

Stairs don’t seem to be much of a challenge if you are healthy enough to go up and down without a problem. But residential movers in Saint Paul see the problems that you can encounter with stairs every day. When trying to go up and down those stairs with large or bulky items, things can get tricky.

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Decluttering Tips for Baby Boomers Preparing to Downsize

Saint Paul Minnesota moving companies are seeing Baby Boomers downsizing in droves. If you want to join the trend, it may be intimidating to fit all your possessions into a smaller home. A lifetime of accumulated stuff stares back at you and dares you to declutter.

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