Curious what type of storage is right for your belongings? Hear are some tips from the Pros!
Do I need an indoor, climate-controlled storage unit? Or is it safe to store my belongings in a traditional outdoor storage unit ? To answer those questions, you must first look at a few key factors. Continue reading “Storage: Indoor vs Outdoor Units?”
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Reading a company’s online reviews is crucial when selecting a service provider.
Before you spend your hard-earned money on anything in this day and age; read the online reviews! This is especially important when hiring a moving company. They are handling your life-long belongings, of course. Continue reading “Read Your Mover’s Online Reviews!”
Wondering how you are going to get all of those dishes packed up for Moving Day? Read our guide on how to pack your kitchen!
The Kitchen. All tasks involving a kitchen seem to be tedious and time-consuming (washing dishes, cooking, cleaning). Unfortunately, packing your kitchen will be no different. Luckily, we have developed a beginner’s guide to packing your kitchen in the safest, most time-efficient manner! Continue reading “How to Pack a Kitchen Box Yourself!”
Yes. There are different types of moving companies.. but for good reasons! As you’ve heard me say before, and you’ll hear me say many times again; every move is different. On one hand you have Pamela who is moving from Scottsdale, Arizona to New York, New York, and on the other hand you have Jerry moving from Mesa, Arizona to a new apartment complex a mile down the road in the same zip code. Are these two people going to use the same moving company, or even the same type of moving company? Of course not, because Jerry (more than likely) will be paying 3-5 times what he should (using the same company as Pamela). When, in reality, Jerry can get the same service from a local moving company rather than a Van Line for much cheaper. This is where different types of moving companies become beneficial to the customer. Continue reading “What type of moving company are you looking for?”
Are you ready to move? Read about what to expect from your movers on “Moving Day”!
When you use a home-service, you are letting (more than likely) a couple of complete strangers into your home. This can be scary for anyone; whether you are a 6’5″ giant using a moving company for the first time, or a 5′ tall woman using a moving company for the 10th time. You are allowing a group of strangers (given they are a business) into your home to move all of your most personal belongings. It’s okay to be a little nervous. Continue reading ““Moving Day”- What to Expect:”
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My name is Daniel Savage. I own and operate a small local moving company in Tempe, Arizona: Dignity Moving, LLC. I have been in the moving industry for over a decade and have moved every type of client from studio apartments & mansions to small offices & corporation relocation. I have done and seen it all, but with moving (similar to other industries) you see something new everyday.
The reason behind this blog is to help prepare our customers (and everyone else) for the inevitably stressful events before, during & after “move day”. From figuring out where to find boxes to unpacking that last piece of china; our goal is to walk you through every step of the process and (hopefully) take some stress off of your chest. Well.. at least as far as “moving day” goes!