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Back pain is one of the most common reasons for missed work days and general disability. It is often caused by attempting to lift, pull, or otherwise maneuver heavy loads. When you move to a new home, you have to transfer many things that can easily strain your back: heavy moving boxes, awkward and heavy furniture, rolled-up area rugs, and more. If you’re planning a move, here are a few reasons why you should consider hiring professional movers.
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Moving a long distance can be nerve-wracking. You are leaving behind the streets, shops, restaurants, and people you are familiar with. It can also be an exciting time, as you get ready to explore a new city. Here are a few tips to help prepare you for a long-distance move:
Moving in the summer is one of the best times to move. Sadly, just about anyone who has moved during the colder months knows that. However, it's worth mentioning that moving in the summer isn't exactly as easy as it sounds. We're going to elaborate on a few methods that can make your summer move a breeze.
When it comes to moving, your mind has to go in a thousand different directions to get everything ready for the big day. Looking for an online moving guide can be a hassle, as many details are left out, and you end up paying for items you didn’t plan for.
Ed’s Moving & Storage can help you rent a truck, hire a moving crew, and get your moving supplies. We offer a wide range of moving services for home and business owner in the Seattle and Tacoma, Washington area. To schedule a move date, contact us at 253-581-2446.
Are you getting ready to relocate your business? You need a plan that will help you move seamlessly from your current location to your new facility. With a step-by-step plan, you can continue operating your business with little disruption.
At times it may seem that Tacoma, Washington lives in the shadow of Seattle. Ask the people that live in Tacoma, however, and they’ll quickly tell you that the city has its own shining light.
Moving is a big job. Before you let your move overwhelm you, realize you should be methodical about your move. Good planning will make your next relocation go smoother. Ed’s Moving & Storage brings you a checklist for your next relocation to improve your moving logistics.
Interstate and intrastate moving—what’s the difference? It might be easy to assume they’re relatively the same thing, but that’s not the case. Intrastate moving refers to any move that contained within state lines. Interstate moving, on the other hand, applies to any relocation that requires moving beyond state lines. Depending on the type of move you plan to undergo, you may be subject to varying state moving regulations. At Ed’s Moving and Storage, we know relocation can be stressful and confusing. That’s why we’ve put together this overview to help you understand the differences between intrastate and interstate moving.
Let's face it. Moving can be stressful for even the most organized family. No matter how far in advance you prepare, there is an extensive checklist of items to think about, including packing and getting your new home ready. So how can you make the relocation as low-stress as possible? Below are some of our suggestions for reducing the pressure of moving.
Our fleet contains a variety of trucks ranging from straight (box) trucks for the smaller jobs and semi-trailers for larger jobs. Some of our services we provide for moving jobs are: