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7 tips to help you move out of state


7 tips to help you move out of stateMoving to another state requires careful preparation and meticulous planning so that your out of state relocation can be crowned with the type of success you want to achieve. If you want things to go smoothly from start to finish, you can not just plan out the entire relocation randomly and act it out by improvising the preparation steps as moving day draws closer. Actually, you can, but then you run the risk of facing the consequences of a chaotic, stress-inducing and overly expensive relocation to another state. Keep in mind that the easiest way to move to another state is to follow highly logical and successive steps which will get you ready for the upcoming interstate move. And then, when you know that you are prepared for the big day, you will be able to significantly reduce the harmful levels of stress during this unique transitional period.

So, how to get ready to relocate out of state? These tips arranged in 7 preparation steps help you get ready to move out of state and be as prepared for your long distance move as humanly possible. Read more…

7 Things to Know When Moving to a New State


7 Things to Know When Moving to a New StateFor some reason, you have decided to leave the city you have spent years in, but it is not just that – you are leaving the state border. It must be exciting, but it is also slightly scary when you think about it. Either way, the fact is that you are moving to a new state, and here are the things you should know. Read more…

How to stop receiving the previous residents’ mail


How to stop receiving the previous residents’ mailGetting mail that is not addressed to you is usually an annoyance that we sometimes have to deal with when we first move into a new home. Sometimes a formal change of address just doesn’t get registered, or maybe someone did not get the memo before sending mail to someone’s old address. In any case, whether you are getting it a week after you moved in, which is a bit more usual, or years after you have settled into your home,  here are a few things you can do to stop or redirect it. Read more…

5 things to consider when deciding on whether or not to drive or ship your car when relocating


5 things to consider when deciding on whether or not to drive or ship your car Moving across the country is a great adventure that will provide you with a lot of excitement and unforgettable experiences. It will teach you important life lessons and will challenge you in every way possible. It will take you all the way from your current city to your new, far-off home. And the question is how are you going to get to your new home? Is it better to fly or drive to your new house? And how are you going to get your car across the country To find the answers to these questions, you need to think about all the pros and cons of your available options and pick the one that best suits your time, budget, and individual preferences. When it comes to shipping your car across the country opposed to driving it to your new home, your choice will be determined by the actual distance to your new home, the time you have to complete your move, the cost to transport your car and the level of convenience you desire. So, to make the choice that best suits you, make sure that you take the following 5 things to consider when deciding on whether or not to drive or ship your car when relocating. Read more…

3 ways you can pack your desk when moving


3 ways you can pack your desk when movingMoving your belongings from one home to another involves hundreds of important decisions which you have to make to keep things moving forward. One such decision is which pieces of furniture you want to take with you and which pieces you would be better off selling or giving away. One piece of furniture that might be hard for you to leave behind is your desk. There are a lot of reasons to want to take your desk with you, such as design, material, practicality, aesthetic beauty and even sentimental value, why you might love your desk so much that you are willing to move it to your new home no matter the cost.  And if this is the case, then you should read these 3 ways you can pack your desk when moving. Desks are very diverse when it comes to shape, size, weight, and design, so it can be rather tricky to relocate a desk to your new home. It is even possible that you may get stuck in the doorway as your favorite desk will not fit through the door. Learn the best way to move a heavy desk so that you can have your valued piece of furniture in your new home.

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Tips on moving in with your long distance partner


Tips on moving in with your long distance partner Moving in together after being in a long-distance relationship can be rough. There is a lot to adjust to. When you are visiting the other person in a long-distance relationship, it is treated as more of a vacation. You have not seen the person in a while and you are incredibly excited to see them. They want you to have a good time, are much more tolerant of you making a mess, and usually, have a lot of fun activities planned. You have had great conversations while being apart, but have not been able to be as intimate with them for some time, and therefore want to spend most of your time with each other. So before you decide to move in together, take the following things into consideration. Read more…

8 tips on how to prepare when moving to another country


8 tips on how to prepare when moving to another country Moving to another country is one of the most rewarding things you can ever do, it gives you a new perspective on life, helps you to understand people, places, and cultures that are different from your own and tests your limits and boundaries. Without these life-shaping experiences, both the good and the bad, You get the chance to grow and become a different person. When the concept of moving to another country is brought up, many people find it hard to prepare accordingly. We want to provide you with these 8 tips on how to prepare when moving to another country including what to do before, during and after the relocation. Read more…

What Not To Pack


What Not To Pack

What not to packIn case you’ve opted to pack on your own, without the help of professional packers from our moving company, we feel obliged to give you some advice. First up, you shouldn’t kid yourself that this task is going to be easy to complete. Most likely you will have two or three meltdowns along the line, maybe some disagreements and a lot of time spent pacing back and forth from room to room. The second thing is since a lot of time will be wasted on packing and organizing, bear in mind that not everything is allowed in our shipping trucks. There are some common items that the majority of professional movers have agreed not to transport, mainly due to safety reasons. So, without further ado, Flat Price Movers & Auto Shipping present what not to pack when relocating. Read more…

What is the best time for you to move?


What is the best time for you to move?You have decided it is time and move and you have already started with preparations. It is good if you get to choose when to move. Some people don’t have that kind of luxury because they are offered a job opportunity, and they need to act immediately. However, you need a good organization of the moving process because as you can guess long distance relocations can be very complicated. Let professionals do everything and hire reliable moving company Flat Price Movers. We will do our best to help you because our clients are very important to us. Call us today, and we will answer every question you have.

There are some factors that you will want to take into consideration when you decide when to move. Read more…

Tips on how to pack your garage


Tips on how to pack your garageWhen people are packing, they usually leave the garage for last as there are simply too many things piled up and because the items in the garage are the most awkward to pack. Garages are full of landscaping equipment, tools and other things that you didn’t know where else to put. Most often our garages become the dumping ground for junk we don’t want in the house. But there are a lot of advantages to packing the garage first. With a little planning packing your garage will ease your mind and possibly fill your wallet. Here are a few tips on how you can pack your garage quickly and easily. Read more…