Considering how it’s the biggest moving season of the year, we know that many of our customers are getting a little nervous leading up to move-in day. However, there’s really no reason to feel that way when you can have confidence in making a seamless transition with AAA Moving & Storage. With our experienced crew, you can start a new chapter in your life without any stress at all. Below, we discuss three steps to helps you enjoy a more easygoing moving experience this spring: Contact our staff. After finding the home of your dreams, make sure you contact our movers in Hunterdon County, NJ, or any of the surrounding areas, a few weeks ahead
Feeling stressed and confused while trying to plan for an upcoming move? To help eliminate negative emotions and to provide you with more direction, here are four ways to reduce stress leading up to your local- or long-distance move: If you’re feeling overwhelmed, you need to take a few deep breaths and realize that this process is going to be a marathon—not a sprint. That said, it’s in your best interest to take it one day at a time and to continue living in the “present moment,” or else emotional distress will fog your ability to make wise decisions. Make sure you stay calm, and gain more clarity by putting together an organized plan.
If you plan on moving, make sure you go to movers near Scranton, PA and surrounding areas that offer the CityPointe® program. By referring a reputable real estate agent and providing assistance throughout your relocation, the program helps people make a smoother relocation and earn cash back. Here’s what the CityPointe® program has to offer: They’ll help you find an experienced real estate agent in your area, who will help you sell or purchase your home. You’ll feel confident knowing that you’re working with a professional who has your best interest in mind. When you hire a real estate agent through the CityPointe® referral program and move with Mayflower, you’ll be eligible to receive approximately
Disconnecting and packing electronics can be a mess if you don’t have a plan. All those cords, cables, wires, small components and fragile devices can break if not secured throughout the move. It can also be difficult to match them up correctly when you move into the new place if you’re not organized while packing. Here are some tips about how to best disconnect and pack your electronics before the move: Disconnecting Snap photos or sketch little diagrams demonstrating the intricate connections of your TV, cable box, computer, gaming system, stereo and other devices. Make sure there’s someone helping you when you move your TV away from the wall. Back up all computers or any