How to Find a Good Moving Company

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Sometimes, you can’t manage a move by yourself and need to call a moving company. You can go online or check the local newspaper. But whatever source you use, you’ll need to do some research on the company to make sure it’s all that it claims to be. The last thing you need is a moving disaster to add to your stress levels.

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3 Kinds of Moving Estimates

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Now that you know that you’ll be moving house, the next thing you’ll need to do is figure out whether you’ll want to do it yourself or hire professionals. If you go with the DIY option, you’ll save money. But if you go with a moving company, you’ll need to shop around to make sure you’re getting the best deal.

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Garage Sales and Moving

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It doesn’t matter if you have a big family or are single: when it comes time to relocate, you will need to downsize before the big day comes. Garage sales can be just your ticket to the leaner, meaner move that will save you time and money.

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Foreclosed Property Moves

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The recession has forced many homeowners into foreclosure. Bank repossessed properties now flood the market, creating opportunities to buy real estate at historically low prices. But buyers beware: the distressed market also means that property sales can go awry.

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4 Tips for the Solo Mover

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At Lone Star Self-Storage, we understand how important it is to plan your move in advance to make it as successful as possible. So here are some tips to help to help you transition to the single life with less stress and hassle.

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3 Ways to Help You Get Back Your Security Deposit

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When you rent an apartment or home, your landlord will typically ask for a security deposit. This sum, which is usually equal to one month’s rent, is meant to cover any damage or cleaning costs the landlord may incur after you leave. If the rental unit is in the same condition as when you move in, then you get that money back.

3 Ways to Help You Get Back Your Security Deposit 2020-04-09T19:55:52+00:00

5 Tips on How to Move with Valuables

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Moving is easily one of the most stressful things you have to deal with. Not only do you have to make sure that all the loose ends from your old life are tied up, you also have to figure out how to pack and move your belongings and especially your valuables. You want to get to your new home with everything intact and nothing lost or broken.

5 Tips on How to Move with Valuables 2020-04-09T19:55:45+00:00

Summer Storage Tips For College Students

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The months of May and June signify the end of the spring semester at colleges throughout the country and the official start of summer; it's also the time that students begin to plan their return home. College graduates and students often wonder about the best way to transport and store the belongings they've accumulated through the academic year.

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Due to Covid-19, we have changed our hours.

Our new hours are as follows:
Open Tuesday-Friday: 9am – 6pm
Saturday: 9am – 5pm