Why You Need Furniture Pads For Your Move

Of course from the name you know that furniture pads can be used with furniture. What many don’t know however, is that there are a lot of other ways furniture pads can be used for your move. Available for rental or purchase, furniture pads are a definite must-have when it comes to moving. Bonus: You […]

Tips for Moving Out of Your Parent’s Home

For many, moving out of your parent’s home is a rite of passage, and that’s not surprising. There aren’t many other moments in one’s life that make you feel more like an “adult” than turning the key and stepping into your very own apartment or house. But like most things, moving out of your parents […]

How to Pack Your Shoes For a Move

Whether working, exercising, out for an evening or simply lounging around, don’t you always wish you had the perfect shoes for the moment? Wouldn’t it be great to have a pair for every occasion? Well, whether it’s perfect or not, it’s almost always a necessity to have shoes on your feet. In my opinion, a […]

Moving Tips for a Local Move

Not every move is a cross-country, multi-state journey. Sometimes, you just need to move across the city or even to the other side of the neighborhood. Here are some moving tips for a local move. Determine What Size Truck You’ll Need One of the most important decisions you’ll probably have to make is just how […]

Using U-Box® Containers for an Emergency Move

Life happens sometimes. Some things happen quickly and you aren’t always in control. Maybe a relative has called and explained that someone in your family is elderly, sick or injured and you need to get things moved ASAP. Maybe you or someone you know has had the unfortunate luck of living in an area that has been […]

Moving to The Catholic University of America

“Deus Lux Mea Est” or “God is my light” is the official motto of The Catholic University of America (CUA). Lying in the Nation’s Capital, CUA, is the only national Catholic university and is home to over 6,000 undergraduate and graduate students. In fact, it was founded by Catholic Bishops and given a charter by […]

What To Know About Moving Season

It comes as a surprise to many people that there is technically a “moving season”, but almost half of all moves occur during the short few months between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Knowing this, what should you expect if you’re planning to move during moving season? Here’s a few tips that should prove useful. End of […]

Living in Mesa, AZ

As the third-largest city in Arizona (second to Phoenix and Tucson), Mesa welcomes many tourists and permanent residents alike. Living in Mesa offers enriching activities, cultural experiences, sporting events and dining option. Check out these tips and suggestions for living in Mesa. Things to Do Living in Mesa offers a multitude of things to see and […]

What to Expect on College Move-Out

The college years come with so many descriptors: life-changing, fun, wild, challenging, with perhaps a few disappointments or unexpected twists thrown in for good measure. But carrying out a successful successful college move-out process might bring even more surprises–so follow these notes on what to expect when it’s time to move out of your dorm […]

How to Pack for a Music Tour

For any artist, getting to travel the world while promoting your work is the dream, but sometimes once the dream becomes reality you can find yourself scratching your head when it comes time to packing. That’s why we’ve got you covered! Below are 5 tips for packing for tour, and if you’re prepping for your […]

Moving with Jazz Instruments

Wind instruments–including the trumpet, saxophone, horn, flute, tuba, trombone, oboe, clarinet and saxophone–require special care when moving day rolls around. Shakes, bumpy roads or extreme temperatures can leave lasting damages on your jazz instruments, so leaving them to roll around in the back of a moving truck or trailer without being safely secured is detrimental to […]

Moving to Knoxville

Originally the first capital of Tennessee, Knoxville lies in the Easternmost part of the state and is the third largest city behind Nashville and Memphis. Knoxville is steeped in Appalachian history and acts as one of the gateways to The Great Smoky Mountains National Park. If you’re thinking about moving to The Marble City, here’s […]