2 Reasons To Hire An International Moving Company

Posted on: 3 June 2015

Moving is often going to be an extremely difficult and stressful process, which can often be made much worse when you try to move to another country. Thankfully, an international moving company can help ease the stress by making sure that your property is safe every step of the way and by dealing with customs for you. Dealing With Customs One of the biggest sources of stress in an international move is dealing with customs. [Read More]

Get Ready For Your Piano Move With These Three Tips

Posted on: 14 May 2015

It's a big moment in the life of any musician when a team of moving professionals rings the doorbell to begin the process of preparing to move your piano to its new home. And while you might be tempted to fuss over trying to protect the instrument before the moving team's arrival, put down the tape gun and step away from the bubble wrap. Your team of professionals isn't just there to move the instrument; it will also carefully prepare the piano for the journey. [Read More]

How To Get A Storage Unit Ready For Winter

Posted on: 27 April 2015

In the winter a storage unit can get quite cold and you run the risk of having items freeze in extreme temperatures. When you have valuable items contained inside the unit you need to try and control the temperature to prevent things from freezing. Here is a couple simple tips on how to weather proof you storage unit. Seal The Gaps A gap in your storage locker door can let in cold air and if the temperatures reach extreme temperatures then there is the potential for your items to freeze. [Read More]

Learn How To Quicklyl Prepare Your Piano For A Move

Posted on: 9 April 2015

If you moved and have a piano that you need to move, it is important to hire professional movers to move it for you. There are many people who do not realize that pianos can weigh hundreds of pounds and moving them on your own could lead to you damaging the piano. The following guide will help you learn how to have a piano moved safely. Secure the Lids There will be a lid on the top of the piano and one that slides over the keys. [Read More]