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Moving: DIY or Call the Professionals?
Congratulations! You have a contract on your home and a closing date. Now the fun begins when you have to figure out how to get all of your prized possessions moved from the old house into your new one. Feeling tired just thinking about it? Many people decide to stake out the liquor store for boxes, rally their friends, order lots of pizza, rent a truck and move themselves! This may be a good option for you if anyone owes you a HUGE favor, but packing an entire house for a move is something you need to give some thought to before committing since moving requires quite a bit of time-sensitive coordination. Moving yourself can be a great option depending on the amount and size of items as well as your physical condition, distance of move and budget. If you want to control all aspects of your move then a DIY would definitely be a solid choice. However, if you don’t want to handle all of the details that come along with a move, you may want to leave the job to a professional moving service.
Do some research in your area and find professional movers such as those at Spyder Moving Services. Professional movers will be able to assist you with all of your moving details so you can concentrate on getting settled into your new home. Their help is really beneficial whether you are moving locally or internationally. They are trained and experienced professionals who are able to tackle all the moving-related tasks so you would not have to.
For instance, they will bring their own packing materials, prepare and pack and load everything in the moving truck, and finally, they will safely relocate it to your new address in no time. So, start searching for movers as soon as you decide to move. The sooner you start, the more time you will have to explore your options and find a company that suits your needs and budget the most. Moreover, if you hire movers ahead of time, you might be able to get a discount for early booking and thus save some money.
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Disclaimer: The following guest blog by Lisa Roberts is provided for informational purposes only and does not constitute an endorsement on my part of any moving services listed.
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