There is a reason there is a Star in our name
It turns out being a celebrity is contagious. Maybe, it’s because we’re the go to mover for rock stars, movie stars, TV stars and other heavy hitters. Possibly, it’s because we win more awards for service than any other moving company. With our headline-making green initiatives, groundbreaking luxury moving experience and company’s impressive growth, we’re ready for our close up!
Plenty of items will have no use in your new place. Meanwhile, others should be kept close to you at all times, not shoved in a moving van. If you’re confused about either, Redfin and North Star Moving have highlighted a few key tips to help.
You have gone through the packing drills: “Boxes? check; Tape? check; Precise type of boxes? check. Ready, set, go! Start packing!” Wait a second! Hold it! Before you pack every tea cup and toy car in your home; take a break and step back. There are some items you should first set aside; these items should not be packed. Certain valuables should always be kept close to you during a move, other items can be dangerous and some items simply should be left to the pros to pack to prevent injury and breakage.
NorthStar Moving®, the leading eco-luxury mover in California, today announced that it was named one of the “Best Places to Work” in greater Los Angeles for the sixth consecutive year. This ninth annual program was created by the Los Angeles Business Journal and Best Companies Group.
It certainly can be if you don’t have the right type of moving boxes to protect your belongings. To avoid jigsaw-driven headaches, get the right stuff for your stuff. The correct boxes and supplies will eliminate wasting time and assist you in maintaining your sanity while you’re preparing to make your move. Plus, using the right boxes will properly protect all of your belongings. How do you know what boxes you will need for your treasures? Luckily, there’s no class attendance required. Simply follow this guide, and you’ll be able to call it a wrap and move to the head of the class.
As a Senior Move Manager, you are already well aware of the stressors and emotions of moving an older adult from a longtime home. Add a cherished pet to the move mix and you practically have another client – a four-legged one. Pets sense the stresses of a move, and can often be more anxious about the change than your client. It’s vital to compassionately manage your client’s furry friends during the move process.
I connected with a home construction & residential waterproofing expert, David Baur at Grace Residential Building Materials, and gathered these four vital tips to save your home and your money.
Moving doesn’t have to be a dog-gone cat-astrophy. The good news is that with a paw-ful of wise tips you can ease the trauma on your pets. Here are ten tricks that have been approved by Veterinarian Dr. Sara Sheltren to keep Fluffy and Fido cared for during the moving process.
If your answer to this question is no, it’s probably because you’re overwhelmed by looking around at all the stuff in your home. People often ask me how many boxes they need. Once you figure this out, it helps move along the packing process.