If you’ve lived in your current residence for any period of time, you’ve probably built up a nice collection of furnishings, house wares, appliances, and keepsakes.
What happens when you are faced with relocating to a new home? Who will you trust to help you see to it the things you’ve worked so hard to obtain are moved with the care and responsibility only you could provide? If you reside in the Greensboro area, the very best way to achieve that is by calling us.
Essentially, we’re the Greensboro movers that will make certain your next move goes as smooth as possible. Any of our satisfied customers will tell you that we are the best and most affordable moving company in the Greensboro area. Such endorsements are the result of thoughtful efforts taken each time we move a client. Our reputation is based upon honest dealings with our clients, and putting the well being of our customers and their property above all else.
If you are looking to move into, within, or from the Greensboro area, you owe it to yourself to give us a ring.
Some Tips on Preparing to Move:
1. Don’t Procrastinate
Don’t put things off. This seems simple enough, but beginning can be difficult. A few weeks prior to your move, start packing several boxes a day. Begin with items that are least vital to your daily life. If you pace yourself, you will be more organized and the job won’t be so frustrating. Make packing easier by not waiting to get started.
2. Pack room-by-room
Focus on one area of a room at a time and don’t mix items from different rooms in one box. To avoid miniature knickknacks and small items from being lost or mistakenly thrown out with the packing paper, wrap them in brightly-colored tissue paper.
3. Packing Labels
Label clearly. On the top and side of each box, write a general description of the contents and the room name. Use different colored markers for each and every room, which will provide additional clarity for you and your movers.
4. Use Packing Paper
Stay clean. Regular newspaper may bleed ink onto your possessions. Use white packing paper to wrap all items.
5. Stick with Moving Boxes
Use boxes designed for moving. Boxes obtained from grocery or package store are not always clean and might not hold the weight of the items that you will be placing in them. Moreover, varying box sizes can make loading harder.
6. Know what you can’t pack
Know what you can’t pack. Some common household items can’t be shipped because they are unsafe. Don’t wind up on the wrong side of the law.
7. Moving valuables
Don’t box up everything. You should personally transport heirlooms, important papers, legal documents (wills, passports. etc.), and valuables. Make packing easier by decided what doesn’t need to get packed.
For more info,contact us today at (336) 855-5881
4111 Romaine St
Greensboro, NC 27407