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Extremely fragile items such as glass, mirrors and pictures should be professionally packed or crated.

Tips for a Successful New Year’s Move

Tips for a Successful New Year’s Move Looking for a fresh start?  A New Year’s move is the perfect way to begin 2018 and give yourself that new start.  As the premier movers in Kamloops, we would like to offer the following tips to make sure that your New Year’s move is a positive and […]

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Tips for Moving in the Winter

Moving can be busy regardless of what time of the year.  Winter, however, can be a particularly interesting time to move.  Above all, you need to be prepared, patient and flexible during the entire moving process.  As the premier movers in Kamloops, we would like to offer you these moving tips for winter to help […]

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Tips for Moving in the Fall

Fall is one of the most spectacular seasons with its colours and crisp mornings.  Fall is also one of the best seasons to move your belongings.  Although it can present its challenges, a fall move can also offer unprecedented advantages, especially if you have a flexible schedule. As the premier movers in Kamloops, we would […]

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Thinking Outside the Box – Try Plastic

Packing and boxes seem to go hand in hand.  The benefit of boxes ranges from inexpensive to practical as well as easy to obtain and easy to discard.  However, boxes also present a wide range of problems from transport issues to tearing.  Perhaps for your next move, it is time to think outside the box […]

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How to Prepare your Items for a Move into Storage

Packing up a house and getting ready for a move is an exciting time, but a busy one.  Something that complicates a move slightly is if you don’t have the room to move all your belongings and need to put some of them in storage.  Don’t worry at all, with a few quick steps, you’ll […]

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Protect Your Furniture From Damage When You Move

  One of the most expensive investments in your home is your furniture. When you are moving, you want to take it all with you. How can you avoid all the dings, scratches and tears that are waiting to happen as your furniture is moved into your new home? Here are some tips on how […]

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Tips for Moving with Pets

We all love our pets. No matter if it’s a cat or a dog, we like to think of them as part of our family. However, moving them with us can sometimes get complicated. For that reason, according to a 1999 report from National Council on Pet Population Study and Policy, moving is viewed as […]

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Furniture Moving Safety Tips

When you’re planning a move to a new home, there are several issues that you need to consider, including how you will move your furniture. Many homeowners are unprepared for how difficult moving furniture can be, often leading to injuries while packing up their old home. Before you start your move, one of the most […]

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Making Your Move Stress Free

Moving to a new home can be one of the most stressful times in a person’s life. In addition to packing up all of possessions and planning how they will transported to your new home, you’ll have to deal with the often complicated emotions that come from leaving a home that you have lived in […]

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Countdown to Your Big Move: A 4-Week Checklist

Whether you’re moving across town or across the country, the final weeks leading up to the big day can be hectic. Simplify the process by sticking to a checklist to ensure that you don’t forget anything, from switching off your utilities to moving your pet. If you need professional assistance, be sure to consult the […]

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