Requesting Residential Moving Quotes: Important Dos And Don’ts

10 June 2018
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If you'll be moving in the near future and want to make the process as easy on yourself as possible, then you'll probably be spending a fair amount of time obtaining quotes from professional movers in your area. As you're requesting estimates, however, there are a few important dos and don'ts worth keeping in mind to make sure you end up with a fair and accurate quote. From there, you can feel more confident in selecting a residential mover. Read More 

Packing Pool Toys And Accessories For A Move

9 February 2018
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Whether your little ones have a kiddie pool they use in the summer or you need to pack up toys for your in-ground pool, you'll want to take extra care when packing away your swimming pool toys and accessories for a move to a new home. Here are a few things to consider as you begin packing your outdoor items. Clean And Dry Everything Depending on which month of the year you move, your swimming accessories may end up packed away in boxes for quite some time. Read More 

Things A Moving Company Will Not Pack And Transport

8 September 2017
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Moving your home is a big job. Even if it is just you moving out of a small apartment, taking the time to pack everything so it will be protected, hauling everything to the truck, driving to the new location, unloading, and then unpacking is not easy. You can cut down on the amount of time and energy you expend by hiring a professional moving company, such as Wheaton World Wide Moving. Read More 

How To Pack Artwork For Your Move

7 May 2017
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Packing artwork can be a delicate process, as you won't want to damage your items while preparing them for a move. To pack your artwork and frames successfully, you'll need the right packing materials and a game plan for each item. Here are a few helpful tips you can use as you prepare your artwork for your next move. Gather Supplies It's important to have the right packing supplies before you get started. Read More 

From The Heartland To Hungary: How Your International Move Will Proceed

21 April 2017
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When your commanding officer gives you marching papers to the U.S. military station in Budapest, Hungary, you go. That is never a question. However, if you have never shipped out overseas to serve on an international base, you may be at a loss for where to start. It becomes even more complicated if you are shipping out from a post in the middle of the country, miles and miles from the nearest coastline. Read More