Showing posts from July, 2015

5 Ways to Avoid Moving Injuries:

Moving can be a chaotic, expensive, and—if you’re not careful—painful experience. While folks can save a few bucks by lifting and moving the boxes themselves, they run the risk of suffering moving injuries if they don’t know what they’re doing. Of course, that’s not to say that a careful and in-shape person can’t move their possessions. Still, it helps to know what you’re doing when it comes to heavy lifting. Read on for a few tips and tricks on how to get your stuff from Point A to Point B without layover at Point C (that would be your couch, with a heating pad applied). 1. Know Your Limits If something feels too heavy to lift safely, then it probably is. Stop and get help—either from a friend, family member or a professional. There are some items that regular folks just shouldn’t attempt to move themselves. Think large appliances, heavy bookcases and the like: It just takes one slip or trip, and you could break a bone. 2. Keep It Close There’s an old saying: Keep your friends close, …

The Proper Tip for Your Mover Services:

A moving industry on tipping is actually considered optional tipping is not required per tipping is seen as a customary thank you in appreciation of the arduous labor that was involved in transporting all moving companies invest time and money in training their operators to want to know that they are receiving a good return investment and your feedback will provide them with this important information are like any business, moving is a professional service and moving staff should be well paid if the moving company plans to keep them happy and fully employed.

Avd they are consider food and drinks are movers will be handling your belongings consider offering them food such as pizza or sandwiches and cold drinks are having breaks is what is going to keep your movers motivated and energized and the carefully analyze every aspect of your move and grade the moving company are to develop a “feel good factor” in terms of how well your move is going and how hard the move was awkward or numerous…