Moving? Tips For Preparing Your Large Fish Tank

Posted on: 8 August 2018

Getting ready for a big move is not as simple as putting everything into boxes. Some items are too large to fit into a box and require special care for them to survive the move. Here are some tips for getting a large fish tank ready to move to your new home. Removing All The Fish You'll need to take the fish out of the fish tank before you start preparing the tank. [Read More]

3 Critical Steps To Take When Using Self-Storage Units

Posted on: 10 April 2018

When you have a lot of items sitting around the house, placing them in a self-storage unit may be a viable option. These units can give your items extra security and protection, until you figure out what to do with them. To get the most out of these units, though, you'll want to take these steps.  Place Items on Pallets  Even though self-storage units offer adequate protection, you still sometimes have to worry about precipitation and potential liquids damaging your items. [Read More]

Tips For Moving In The Middle Of A School Year

Posted on: 9 November 2017

Moving in the middle of the school year can be tough on the whole family. You must juggle your child's educational needs, your work schedule, and the move, often while dealing with foul winter weather. The following tips can help make the entire process a bit less stressful. Tip #1: Choose a normal break There is more than just summer break when it comes to the school year. Look for a break in the school schedule where a move is likely to be less invasive on your child's education. [Read More]

Moving To A New Home With Young Children? Follow These Tips To Minimize Stress And Ease The Transition To A New Neighborhood

Posted on: 4 October 2017

Although moving is difficult for everyone, it is especially difficult for children. Moving often means switching schools and losing friendships, while being placed in an entirely unfamiliar environment. Moving also tends to occur along with other major life changes, such as a death in the family or a divorce, which adds to the stress factor of moving. That's why the most important thing about making the move easy for your child is to return to a normal lifestyle as quickly as possible, so your child can quickly adjust to his or her new environment. [Read More]