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How to change address when moving?

Are you preparing for an upcoming relocation? Apart from all the obvious moving basics such as acquiring boxes and packing supplies and renting a truck or hiring Florida movers, you’ll also need to make sure you’re notifying the right people and places that you are about to relocate. It’s better to change the address when moving earlier rather than later. That way you won’t face potential hassles like missed bills or service lapses. If you are not sure where to start, don’t worry, we have your back. This checklist will assist you with who you need to give a heads up to about your new home. Continue reading “How to change address when moving?”

Step-by-step guide to moving to Florida

The process of moving can sometimes be very confusing for a lot of people. Where to start and what do you need to take care of is different for a lot of people. But, some things need to be taken care of in general. This guide to moving to Florida should make your relocation a lot easier, so let’s dig in. Continue reading “Step-by-step guide to moving to Florida”

How often do military families move?

Sometimes there is a natural lack of understanding between those who have served in the military or their military families. Sometimes there can be a misunderstanding between those whom we defend, who may have never served or may not know, or are related to anyone who has. Military movers have seen how drift can be a challenge for many military families when interacting with civilian friends and family members. Want to know what life is really like for today’s service members, husbands, wives, and children, and how often do military families move? Here are some essential things you need to know about military families. Continue reading “How often do military families move?”

Searching for “last minute movers near me” – good and bad signs

Moving at the last minute may just be the worst relocation scenario. And when moving with a family, the relocation process can be even more complicated. No matter if you have a month or a week to organize your move, you have to organize every detail and find the best moving company to help. But simply searching “last minute movers near me” in your search engine isn’t really enough. It’s understandable that you’re in a rush, but a lack of caution can lead you to hire a bad company. It is best to be extra cautious because most fraudulent movers take advantage of customers that have to move at the last minute. Keep reading and find out how you can recognize fraudulent moving companies and their scams when searching in a hurry. Continue reading “Searching for “last minute movers near me” – good and bad signs”

When is the right time to start looking for a moving company?

One of the most frequently asked questions when getting ready for a move is: When is the right time to start looking for a moving company before the move? The boring response is, it’s best to start calling movers Miami, as soon as possible. Especially if you’re planning a move during the high season. In fact the answer is different for international, national, or across state moves. In normal circumstances, you should give yourself at least eight weeks before you relocate to book a mover. However, if you’re relocating to another country or across the country, you should always give yourself, and your moving company more time. If possible, book 12 weeks in advance, especially if you’re planning a move during the peak season such as summer. Continue reading “When is the right time to start looking for a moving company?”

How to organize a virtual housewarming party when moving from NYC to Florida

Why not welcome your friends to your home, even if it’s a far cry from complete? When you can organize a virtual housewarming party after moving from NYC to Florida. That way they can take a look at all that you and your movers Hallandale Beach have done so far. Speaking of housewarming parties, along with the planning process there will come a lot of questions. “When is the right time to throw the party?” “Should space be ‘done’?” “How many people can we comfortably fit in the apartment?” Continue reading “How to organize a virtual housewarming party when moving from NYC to Florida”

How to move from NYC to Florida with pets

Moving is probably one of your least favorite things. It’s just the little things that most people wish they would just skip — the packing, the heavy boxes, the boxes that were never unpacked from the last move. Maybe you should just throw it away already? We understand it can be really stressful! But there are things you can do to set your pets up for success before, during, and after the big move. By planning ahead and following the steps movers Hallandale Beach laid out for you below, we assure you that your pets will settle in quite well to your new home. If you want to see your pets relaxed and acclimated after you move from NYC to Florida with pets, read on. Continue reading “How to move from NYC to Florida with pets”

How to disinfect your home before and after relocation

Before you get started on the fun parts of moving to a new place, you have to cover the basics. Namely, the new home deep clean. Whether you’re renting or buying and are in need of premium moving and storage Florida services, call us! We can also show you how to disinfect your home before and after the relocation. The people who lived there before you have probably accidentally left behind some dirt, grime, and dust that you’ll want to take care of before you really settle in. Cleaning your old house as well as your new one is the ideal way to go since you have a blank slate. You won’t have the added difficulty of needing to work around furniture and boxes.

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Don’t wash the windows when the sun is at its height, as it will make it difficult to see grime and streaks.

You should always do the fridge first

Before you get to anything else, start by sanitizing your fridge. Since it’s already clear of any food, it shouldn’t take more than 20 minutes to disinfect your home before and after the relocation. So, before your military movers arrive, you can remove the shelves and drawers if you can and disinfect them individually with soap and warm water.

  • For the inside of the fridge, make a solution of equal parts water and white vinegar, and scrub down all surfaces with it.
  • If there’s any stuck-on gunk to remove, let the water/vinegar solution sit and soak in for a bit. Note that cleaning everything yourself is a great way to reduce moving costs.
  • Only after you’ve made sure shelves are completely dry, and then return them to the fridge.

Clean high before you clean low if you want to disinfect your home before and after relocation properly

Because cleaning any high up features in your home will inevitably lead to the area below them getting a little bit filthy too, you should start at the top in each room and then work your way down. For example, ceiling fan blades are notorious for raining down dust. Just slip an old pillowcase over each blade. Most of the escaping dust should remain in the case, and you can just clean or toss it once you’re done.

Disinfect your home before and after relocation: the kitchen edition

Did you know that baking soda and hydrogen peroxide make a powerhouse solution for getting rid of stubborn stovetop stains? Pour baking soda in a small bowl and add hydrogen peroxide. It also goes if you just want to keep your house clean every day. Make a paste out of the two ingredients. Spread it over your appliance and let it sit for 15 minutes. After that, you can scrub anything off.

Tackle your bathrooms before and after moving

Bathroom cleaning is as much about disinfecting your home before and after relocation as it is about spotless surfaces. You’ll need an antibacterial spray to get rid of any lingering germs. For toilet seats, you should, in fact, replace them altogether. It’s a small expense, but a very efficient way to ensure they’re really clean.

Girl with goggles, mop, and a spray bottle ready to disinfect your home before and after relocation
Even if you have to wait until after you move that’s fine – just don’t skip the clean entirely.

Finish with the floors

You started at the top, so end at the bottom. For wood, tile, and linoleum floors, you can simply vacuum them. Always finish up by mopping, but if you have a really efficient carpet clean you’ll want to use a steam cleaner.

Planning your office move-when to start

Moving can be tough, whether it is planning your office move or relocating your home. The most important thing is to plan everything you can and get an adequate help. This doesn’t have to be that difficult, so let’s see what we can do about it. Continue reading “Planning your office move-when to start”

Interstate moving checklist

An interstate move is a bit more complicated than a local or long-distance one. Of course, you will have to take all the tasks more seriously. For example, you will have to choose your mover more carefully and you will have to think about more details. Even though this is going to be a more complex process, there is nothing for you to worry about. We are going to help you make an interstate moving checklist. Just read this article and you will be fully prepared when the time comes. Continue reading “Interstate moving checklist”