Monthly Archives: November 2018

Off-season Interstate Moving Offers Increased Convenience Options

Summertime is to a move across the country what rush hour is to city traffic: hectic, hectic and more hectic. By comparison, relocating between September and April resembles a comfortable country cruise. Why is May through August the busiest moving season? Simple. Primo weather + school vacation = hard-to-beat combo. But the home-mover busy season isn’t perfect. Scheduling an off-season cross-country move might provide greater benefits, including cheaper prices and increased resource availability. Trying to shoehorn into the packed summer season can prove problematic. Because movers’ schedules often are more open during the off-season, you’ll likely benefit from a lot more flexibility. Just.

Our Detailed Checklist Will Ramp You Up To Interstate Moving Day

Aiming for a stress-free moving day? Relax by absorbing Jackson Moving’s checklist to improve your relocation-preparation situation. These 50+ tips will school you on the right way to ramp up for the big day. PRE-PACKING CHECKLIST • Hold a garage sale before you start packing. Remember, you can hire movers or do it yourself when it comes to the packing portion of your cross-country moving project. • Have one common place to keep your lists of “things to do”—a spiral notebook works well. Keep it in an easy-to-access spot so all family members use the same book. It will remind everyone of things.

Get Rid of Electronic Gadgets Before You Move Across the Country

Besides a gallon of milk, few things today have shorter lifespans than electronic gadgets. Hurry up and read fast because the umpteenth-version smartphone you’re using to read this blog might expire soon. When your electronic whatchamacallit dies or becomes outmoded (and trading it in isn’t an option), then what? Throw it in a junk drawer? Keep it in the garage? Trash it? Electronics aren’t confined to miniatures, either. Remember that defunct VCR/DVD combo player collecting dust in the basement? Or the faulty stereo amplifier that’s been on your repair to-do list since the previous decade? Are you really going to use that.