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When Should I Tip My Professional Interstate Movers?

Tipping. It’s almost an afterthought for restaurant-goers. Unless a customer experiences either the extremes of outstanding service or substandard treatment, she usually just automatically applies a 15% or 20% tip to her bill. However, since interstate moves are few and far between in most people’s lives, individuals often aren’t sure if they should tip professional movers—or what criteria to use when reaching for their purses or wallets. Tip top When you hire a full-service moving company—such as Jacksons Moving—you’re entrusting your valuables to a mover backed by the van line Americans have relied on for 90 years: National Van Lines. We’re long-distance movers.
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Take Your Move Across the Country to the Fun Zone

Does interstate moving top your list of fun things to do? No? That’s an understandable reaction. But wait a minute. You’re not dealing with one of those typical long-distance movers. You’ve found Jacksons Relocation, one of the top moving companies in Missouri. We not only make moving easy. We also know how to make relocation fun (or at least a little bit “funner”) and—to quote Dr. Seuss—“fun is good.” Formula for fun Figuring out the best ways to move across the country involves more than comparing moving quotes, purchasing supplies and choosing reputable and professional movers. It requires an optimistic outlook. A checklist for.
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Conquer Clutter Before Movers Arrive

When thinking about choosing a home mover—whether it’s a mover in Lake of the Ozarks or a mover in Leavenworth KS—you’re likely focused on the future. Moving forward is great. However, all that momentum often makes it a little too easy to disregard your current living situation. Is it possible you’ve gotten accustomed to a bit too much clutter? Bounce back! Maximize your move and elevate your home’s selling potential by opening up your space. Conquering the overflow will make your home more attractive and help keep its marketplace value. Personal finance columnist Liz Weston states poorly maintained homes might suffer a.
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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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