Category Archives: Packing

Iron Out the Wrinkles of a Cross-country Clothes Move

Keeping clothes wrinkle-free during a cross-country move isn’t impossible—provided you stick to our home mover-approved packing guidelines. However, before you assemble those boxes and get the tape and magic markers ready, think about downsizing your wardrobe. A stained T-shirt isn’t such a happening a fashion statement, is it? Ditch it. (Or use it to wrap a fragile glass lamp.) Wearable items that are out-of-style or the kids have outgrown provide ideal donation material or even garage-sale inventory. 12-month mark Decluttering experts use a one-year benchmark: If you haven’t worn an item within 12 months (excluding wedding dresses, of course), it’s suitable for “so.
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Children Need Reassurance During Relocation Process

  Congrats. You got the promotion, Mr. New Company Vice President. The new job will bring financial rewards, but it also means you’ll have to pull up stakes and move hundreds of miles away. During the days when you were single without children, hiring long-distance movers to make the cross-country move would be a snap. Now, you need to properly prepare your entire family for the pending office relocation. Children face challenges Kids can prove resilient during a change. But they also want reassurance when moving out of state with an interstate moving company such as Jackson’s Relocation Services. The manner in which you.
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Think Inside the Box to Pack and Protect Your Possessions

Two factors play into whether a packed box will hold up during a move: material and method. On the material side, seek out task-worthy boxes and avoid the budget-route temptation (such as picking up beat-up empties from your local grocer, department store or liquor shop). Invest in sturdy, good-quality boxes able to withstand transport trauma. Corrugated cardboard offers superior stability with its triple-layered construction: Two smooth outer layers surround a single ridged inner layer. As full-service long-distance movers, Jacksons Relocation will be happy to provide you with boxes appropriate to your items. Box expenses depend on the quantity you’re packing. A three-bed/two-bath.
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Brokers Promise a Care-free Move, But Can They Deliver?

Moving brokers conduct business in a seemingly straightforward way: A middleman gives you cost estimates, then searches for movers to do the job. Simple, right? Hold on a second. One vital element is missing from that process: accountability. A moving broker has no trailers in his parking lot. He doesn’t visit your home during the estimating process, either. The biggest mistake individuals probably make is erroneously believing the broker has more oversight regarding the move than he does. In fact, a broker holds virtually no accountability over the physical moving process itself. When all is said and done, the process eventually comes down.
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