Your home renovations can be both exciting and stressful, especially when you think about the things you need to move in and around your home. No matter the size of your home renovation project, it is bound to interrupt your life. One of the things to consider is where and how to store your [...]
Are you a high school or college senior getting ready to move out on your own for the first time? You’ll definitely be in for an exciting ride. But with your new-found freedom will come responsibilities.
You’ve decided that you want to move in with a roommate to save on rent and other bills. But before you make a commitment, there are a number of things you need to know about any person you might decide to move in with. After all, your choice will determine how happy–or not–you’ll be in your new house or apartment.
Moving can be an exciting adventure but also a giant headache. While you may be looking forward to the changes, organizing your belongings efficiently and trying to figure out where everything will go can be quite overwhelming.
Imagine this: you’re in the middle of the moving process and have nowhere to keep your belongings. Or you are moving into a house with less space than you had before. What do you do?
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could always assume that all the businesses you deal with are equally honest? Unfortunately, you always need to be on the lookout for hidden costs and possible scams.
If you are, and if your home office includes such items as a computer, printer, photocopier, and other work essentials, you’ll need to take special care to ensure that everything arrives at your new home safely so that you’ll minimize any possible losses, including precious work time.
Watch how you pick up boxes! Regardless of whether you’re relocating and have to carry heavy boxes between places or are just lifting a few heavy items around in your home or office, you need to be careful. Lifting and carrying objects incorrectly can pull muscles, tire the body and cause excruciating [...]
Moving companies may make you pay extra for handling/relocating heavy or bulky items like pianos, pool tables, washing machines and so on. Also be aware that if movers have to carry these objects up staircases, you may incur a second surcharge as well.
How do you deal with the additional needs to store your business property? What are the options? Do you need to rent a new office, get rid of your business property or rent a storage unit? These are questions to consider when, for instance, dealing with extra office supplies, inventory or equipment.