Most stressful moving activities and handling them

When you’re moving for the first time, you probably can’t even imagine how much nerves can this process cost you. If you aren’t the relocation rookie, you may think that second time around will be much easier. Unfortunately, it won’t since every relocation has its own features and obstacles. There are a few stressful moving activities that can make your blood boil in the instance. Still, when you prepare for them and take steps to release the tension that they are bringing, you can decrease the relocation stress altogether. Continue reading “Most stressful moving activities and handling them”

Ways to declutter your fridge before moving

In an ideal world, you would just wrap your fridge and relocate it together with its entire content. Since that isn’t the case, you need to learn some ways to declutter your fridge before moving. First and foremost, your refrigerator should be empty and clean. Even though decluttering it may seem daunting,  don’t worry. If you excel in organizing and use some basic tips and tricks, this can be one of the easiest moving tasks. Continue reading “Ways to declutter your fridge before moving”

Tips for moving your home garden

For some of us, plants are like pets. We care for our plants, we love them and we are attached to them. When we move, we want our plants to move with us just like other people want to bring their pets with them. But plants are fragile and need lots of attention during a move. Not to mention, most moving companies Ontario simply won’t move plants. So what is a plant-lover to do? Is moving your home garden possible? And how? Here are some of the best tips on what to do with your plants when moving. Continue reading “Tips for moving your home garden”

Decluttering tips for hoarders

Like it or not, most of us are actually hoarders! Let’s get something straight first. We are not talking about mental hoarding disorder here, that’s something else. We are talking about people who like to store most of their stuff with an excuse “just in case” or “maybe I’ll use it later”. In real life, we actually don’t use any of things like that, and they are just piling up in the storage room, garage, backyard or anywhere else in our home. Therefore, today we will talk about decluttering tips for hoarders!

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Storage unit organization guidelines

Renting a storage unit and than crumping your belongings without any order is a waste of time and money. If you are paying for something every month, don’t you want to make a most of it? Good storage unit organization will help you to always know where each item is. That way, you will always find it easily and without much effort. Keeping your storage unit tidy and organized isn’t that hard if you follow these easy guidelines.

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Tips for storing your winter clothes

The winter is almost over, and spring is right around the corner. However, that brings a whole set of new problems for those with a lot of clothes and not a lot of room. Many of us simply do not have space in our wardrobe to keep both our spring/summer and fall/winter “collections.” That means one thing – winter clothes have to go. However, there are things you can do to ensure that your clothes will be protected when you don’t need them. Here are a few tips for storing your winter clothes that are sure to help.

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Guide for packing your power tools

When you’re preparing for a move, it’s not just your bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen that you need to pack. Your garage or shed is coming along too! And of course, you will need your tools for all the budget house remodeling you’re planning. But power tools are as dangerous as they are useful. Nobody knows this better than someone who uses them. It stands to reason that moving them can be dangerous too. That’s why packing your power tools properly is extremely important.

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Spring cleaning guidelines for homeowners

From time to time, your house will need a big scraping. There’s no better time for that than the pleasant spring days. It’s not too cold, it’s not too hot – the weather is perfect for this kind of choir. The amount of time that you will spend on this task depends on the size of your home and the help that you have. Get every household member involved, and it will be over in a heart bit. If you live alone, don’t stress out. When you follow some spring cleaning guidelines, you can scrub your whole place thoroughly even in one day.

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Things to know about loading a moving truck

Loading a moving truck is not that easy as it may seem. There are a lot of things to consider in order to do it correctly and ensure the safety of your belongings. Knowing how to utilize the space effectively will save you some time and money since you don’t have to make multiple trips back and forth between homes. Luckily, there are some great tips that will help you to load your moving truck like a pro.

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Plastic bins vs cardboard boxes – which wins?

When you are relocating, the whole point of packing is to make our things easier to transport. There are many ways to accomplish that. There are a lot of debates which packing supplies are the best, with the main focus on plastic bins vs cardboard boxes. Both have their pros and cons, and when you find them out, you can choose which ones are better when it comes to packing your belongings.

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