Moving Out: What to Do With Your Old Residence

Are you planning to move out of your current house and get a better one? Well, congratulations; this must be a very exciting time for you and your family. Whether you are moving out to get a better house or to get closer to your new job, the question remains: What will you do with your old house? This is a very important question to consider, but before you jump headfirst and sell your house to the first buyer, you should know that there are other options as well. So, check out the next few … [Read more...]

How to Reduce Stress When Moving Long-Distance for Both Children and Parents

Between finding a new home, packing, and coordinating with your moving helpers, it’s all too easy to neglect your kids during the moving process as it is very hard to control all the issues. Multiply that stress level exponentially when you are moving long-distance, moving with kids after divorce, or even moving with small toddlers. While there can be many unfortunate circumstances, moving is quite often, for positive reasons. Our top recommendation is to involve your children in the process so … [Read more...]

Handle With Care: How to Protect Your Furniture During Relocation

You probably have been spending some time trying to find the right house for you and your family. However, regardless of the joy relocating may bring, transporting your furniture may cause you a great deal of stress. Whether you are doing the job yourself or hiring professional moving services, you want to ensure that your valuables are handled with care during the moving process. We will help you with a few tips and tricks you can do on your own to prevent anything from destroying your … [Read more...]

How to Easily Move With Your Pets

Just as you make adequate preparations to move with children, it’s important to take your furry loved ones into consideration too when you’re getting ready to pack up and hit the road. As with most elements of the moving process, there are always going to be a few challenges that arise when it comes to bringing pets along with you.  Whether you’re transporting a protection dog, cat, bunny, or even your Clownfish that looks like Nemo, there are certain things that you should take into … [Read more...]

New House Checklist: 6 Essentials You Must Have For Your New Apartment

If you are planning to move to a new apartment, there are some essentials that you need to keep in mind before making the final decision. These essentials pertain to fixtures, furnishings and other important items that the department should have to make it livable no matter what size it is. Below are some of those essential items and what they can do for your apartment as part of the overall plan and design of the space. Are you interested to learn more? Go ahead and continue reading. You … [Read more...]

Have Kids, Will Move: How to Make Family Moving Day a Snap

Most Americans move house at least once in their lives -- but that doesn't mean that it's always an event that goes smoothly. Not only are 80% of U.S. residents struggling with debt, which can make buying a new house and paying for a move more stressful, but there's a lot that can go wrong on moving day. That's especially true if you've got kids in tow. But just because you have little ones around doesn't mean you'll need to derail your plans or experience massive delays (and possible … [Read more...]

Tips for Moving Long Distance with Pets

Moving with pets is not always easy, moving a long distance can be even harder. Pets can get stressed out quite easily and while there is no easy way to move them you can make things easier for them.  Andrew Anderson from BalckhawkMovers.com – Oakland and east bay moving company, shares some tips that could reduce your pet’s stress levels and yours: Move your Pets Away From the Busy Areas It is important that you ensure your pets are as stress-free as possible. It is, therefore, … [Read more...]

Information On What You Need To Know About Post-Divorce Child Relocation

Both parents must work together to determine what is best for their child. If one parent chooses to move to another region and take the child with, the other parent must agree. In case of you having a child custody order in place, it will be necessary to return to court with the agreement to have it modified, and the new living situation added. As long as the new arrangement is according to your child’s best interests, the judge will have no issues in approving it. However, if the move is not to … [Read more...]