Category Archives: Moving Tips

Article posted on September 22, 2014

web-advice.ru Tour, Part 1

By Jeff Walker web-advice.ru has so much information, it’s often hard to know where to begin.  Over 13 years of data has been collected in the form of articles, reviews and user posts to the message boards that organization has been a real problem.   In 2013, web-advice.ru launched a new web site that gave it Read the full article…


Article posted on September 02, 2014

Fill Out Your Claims Paperwork

By Jeff Walker Inevitably, it happens.  You get to your new home and your belongings finally get delivered, only to find out there’s been damage to one or more of your items.  What to do now?  More than likely, you’ll be advised by the foreman of the team that unloaded your items to contact your Read the full article…


Article posted on August 13, 2014

Quick Tip: What not to pack

By: Jeff Walker Most of our quick tips have had to do with what to pack for your move.  Over the course of the last few months, we’ve received word from several people who’ve packed items in their load, that they would have been a lot happier if they hadn’t packed those items. So what Read the full article…


Article posted on July 28, 2014

Your Move May be Tax Deductible

By Jeff Walker Depending on your move circumstances, your move may qualify as a tax deduction on your next year’s tax return.  The IRS has outlined the rules and guidelines for being able to deduct your moving expenses in their online publication called 521, Moving Expenses.  521 outlines not only the qualifications, but tells us Read the full article…


Article posted on June 30, 2014

Things to Do Before Moving into a New House

By Brittney Lee of ABF U-Pack 15 Things to Do When Moving to a New Home Moving into a new house is exciting, but the list of “to dos” can be overwhelming. You not only have to pack and prep the new house, but you have to tie up all the loose ends at the old place. Read the full article…


Article posted on June 23, 2014

Why do I need an In-Home Estimate?

By Jeff Walker Hiring a full-service moving company can be a daunting task, especially knowing that there are several companies out there just looking to take your money.  Before going any further, I would like to emphasize that a reputable moving company is not out to get you, but rather, wants to provide you with Read the full article…


Article posted on June 09, 2014

My Move – The hidden costs

By Jeff Walker When most people think of the cost of moving, they generally think about the move itself.  The truck, the labor, packing expense and tip are the primary focus of the move.  But what about the expenses nobody talks about?  After your household goods are packed up and on the way to your Read the full article…


Article posted on June 01, 2014

What Defines a Scam?

By Jeff Walker In recent months several cases have come to mind that really bring this question to the forefront of discussion.  What defines a scam?  Technically speaking, a scam (or fraud) is the act of a company deceiving their customers for profit or to gain some unfair dishonest advantage during a commercial transaction resulting Read the full article…


Article posted on May 27, 2014

Quick Tip: Packing

Quick Tip: Packing By Jeff Walker Packing your household goods items is a long and often tedious process. Like most things, the more work you put in up front, the easier it will be later on, when you’re unpacking at your destination.  Below are a few handy tips to keep in mind while packing for Read the full article…


Article posted on May 12, 2014

Quick Tip: Moving Boxes

By Jeff Walker Whether you’re performing your move yourself, or have hired a full-service moving company, sooner or later, you’ll need moving boxes.  Boxes come in all shapes and sizes and are generally made out of cardboard.  The idea behind using a cardboard box is that, while they won’t last forever, they should be strong Read the full article…



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