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Moving a King-Size Bed

Moving a King-Size Bed

by April Klazema / February 25th, 2019

When you think about a favorite piece of furniture that you own, the answer is likely to be your bed – especially if you are lucky enough to have a luxuriously sizeable king-size bed to spread out on and sleep night after night without anyone crowding you (unless you have dogs – we can’t help you there). However, there is one downside to

Making Your Move Easier with a Storage Unit

Making Your Move Easier with a Storage Unit

by April Klazema / February 19th, 2019

Moving is almost always a challenging and time-consuming job that most people dread. However, there are several ways you can make your move much easier and more fun, from hiring professional movers to planning. Another way to make your move easier is to rent a storage unit. Here are some of the ways a storage unit can help you out tremendously

The Best Ways to Make Friends in Your New Town

The Best Ways to Make Friends in Your New Town

by April Klazema / February 18th, 2019

Making new friends as an adult can seem impossible, especially when you’ve just moved to a new city where you don’t know anyone. However, it’s important to develop new friendships so that you’ll have people to talk to, hang out with, and share life’s little moments. Making friends in a new town doesn’t have to be difficult – it j

Your Guide to Tipping Movers

Your Guide to Tipping Movers

by April Klazema / February 14th, 2019

Good professional movers are a valuable commodity. You entrust all your possessions (and your schedule) to your movers, who are most likely people you’ve never met before. If they do a great job, you want them to know they’re appreciated. Movers are part of the service trade and as such, tipping is appropriate. However, there’s a lot mor

Six Moving Day Etiquette Tips to Make Your Move Easier

Six Moving Day Etiquette Tips to Make Your Move Easier

by April Klazema / February 11th, 2019

Regardless of what your job is, the chances are that it involves regularly interacting with other people. Whether the people you encounter at work are colleagues, customers, or providers, there are most likely a few things you wish they understood that would make your interactions with them much easier and more productive. Professional movers

Planning a Winter Move

Planning a Winter Move

by April Klazema / February 6th, 2019

Summer is the most popular time for moving.it is the season when real estate has the highest turnover and if there are children in the family, a move during the school holidays wont disrupt their routine. Moving day is also easier when you dont need to worry about snow or extremely cold weather which might unsettle your plans. However, sometim

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Getting the full value of your leads

Getting the full value of your leads

by Adir Pellach / January 22nd, 2019

Did you know that an astounding 25% of good leads are lost to incompetence of sales staff? This is bad, but not nearly as bad as the additional 5% lost due to stubborn company policy. Thats right - You, the owners, are in many cases the problem.

Moving Guns Safely

Moving Guns Safely

by April Klazema / January 21st, 2019

Gun safes can be surprisingly heavy, not to mention more than a bit dangerous. It’s always best to hire professionals to move your guns, but that isn’t always feasible. Guns, like artwork, are unique items that require an extra measure of care during your move. Prepare for your move properly and move your weapons safely with the following