Making Your Space Count

7 Tips For Packing Up The Garage Before Moving Day

Of all the areas in your home, packing up the garage might prove to be the most challenging. The garage is often a place to store long-forgotten and hazardous items. Even if you have been diligent in keeping your garage in order, there is still a lot of work to do when it is time to pack up. Here are some tips for packing your garage for the big move.  Read More 

Avoid A Break In And Protect Your Belongings During A Move

Moving is an involved and often stressful process. Not only do you need to worry about packing your belongings and hiring a professional moving company, you also need to consider security. Since you're probably splitting your time between both properties, there is a great deal of time when the home you're moving from and the one you're moving in to are left unoccupied, making them prime targets for thieves. Pack Smart Read More 

Time To Move: 3 Steps To Help You Get Rid Of The Things You Don’t Need

Now that it's time to pack up for your move, you're realizing how much "stuff" you've collected over the years. If you're not going to be able to take everything with you, you'll need to devise a plan that will help you filter through the "stuff" and help you downsize your collection. Here are three steps you should take that will help you get rid of the things you no longer need. Read More 

Moving Tips That Every Cat Owner Should Know

You probably already know that moving can be extremely stressful on you and your family, but have you thought about how stressful moving is for your cat? Cats may not have a lot of belongings to move, but they are naturally very territorial creatures. It takes them time to get used to their new surroundings and that isn't always an easy thing for them to do. So, before you start packing, take a few minutes to learn how you can make your household move easier for your cat. Read More 

How To Best Use A Storage Unit For Storing Your Children’s Old Toys

Renting a storage unit can be so useful for a number of items, varying in size, purpose, and frequency of use. If you have children and a ton of toys laying around at home, you may benefit by renting a storage unit, regardless of how old your children are. Whether you intend on keeping some of these toys for future children or even grandchildren someday or you simply are not ready to let them go for sentimental reasons, you can reduce the mess at home by renting a storage unit (from a local outlet such as Precisely Right Moving). Read More