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  • Commercial moving
  • Local moving
  • Pianos
  • Storage

Commercial moves are available every day of the week, and every hour of day to accommodate your needs.

Local moves can be a house, the contents of an apartment (large or small) and everything ranging from one piece to an entire estate. We do easy moves and we do difficult moves, such as pianos,antiques, or the contents of a greenhouse. Need your car moved? We can do that.

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Advice on Moving

  • Be prepared on moving day. Discuss any special requirements you may have before we begin.
  • Empty all items out of dresser and/or desk drawers. It is important that these drawers are empty to prevent damage to these items during the move.
  • Fragile items should be packed with bubble wrap or other padded paper. Items should not rattle once placed inside cartons.
  • Boxes should be packed as full as possible. When boxes are stacked they will not crush. Use smaller boxes for heavy items, such as books.
  • Please be sure you have disconnected all stereo, television/cable, VCR, computers or other electronic equipment. Place a piece of masking tape around each wire and label where you have disconnected it from. This will help you when you re-assemble your equipment.
  • To save time, please be sure waterbeds have been drained completely.

How to Pack Like a Pro:

  • Pack one room at a time. Label each carton with its destination (kids’ bedroom, garage, storage, etc.) before you seal it.
  • Make sure you have enough wardrobe boxes. You really don’t want to fold all of your hanger clothes (and then iron them after you unpack!)
  • Pack what you need least, first. (i.e., if you move in the spring, pack your winter clothing first).
  • Pack heavy items (anchors, gold bullion, etc.) in small boxes, and linens and towels in medium-sized boxes.
  • Mark all boxes, designating room and box number.
  • Make a carton identification log to show the number of boxes packed per room, and the total number of cartons packed.
  • Start packing well ahead of the move so you can pack a couple of cartons a day.
    Be sure to have plenty of “filling” material available.
  • Be sure that the bottoms of all your cartons are secured and will hold the weight of the contents.
  • Packing tape or gummed tape holds more securely than does masking tape. Pack heavier items toward the bottom of the box and lighter items toward the top.
  • Try to keep a per-box weight of 50 pounds or less; it makes moving a lot easier.
  • Always stack packed boxes as close as possible to where the movers will park the truck.