As we continue to monitor the COVID-19 outbreak, we would like to assure you that your safety and well-being are of the utmost importance to us. We are taking measures to ensure that our moves are done safely. This includes an increased frequency of cleaning, disinfecting and sanitizing our work tools.
The moving industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in Canada. There are hundreds if not thousands of moving companies around the country with over 50 in Toronto alone. With this many companies, it becomes overwhelming to search and find those that are trustworthy, especially because movers often compete by offering deals and perks sometimes too good to be true just to attract your business. There are few ways to avoid being scammed when booking a moving company. Though it's not easy, it's possible to avoid being scammed.
Moving into a new residence is indeed an exciting experience. However, your excitement can be short lived as you notice all the stuff that you need to move. The thought of moving all your belonging is as stressful as actually doing it. If you are searching for some practical tips on how to make the job easier than ever, continue reading.
You're all moved in and it feels so good to be in your new home, but the best part is yet to start; it's unpacking time!!!!! This is when you run around and open every single box trying to find a toothbrush, a rag, pots and pans and what have you. Having moved myself a few times before and having helped friends and family get through their moves, I've picked up a few tricks that have proved very helpful.
Whether you are a student, new graduate, newly weds or a family with kids, moving into a new home is always exciting, because it’s a whole new adventure and a new chapter in your life. As you embark on this new chapter, there are many questions that come to mind and need to be answered, especially when and if you have to furnish an empty place. Once you've had a chance to unwind and take in your unfurnished new space, you should tackle the next step: equipping it. But where do you start?