4 Reasons To Hire A Commercial Moving Company

Having to move your whole office or business can take a lot of work. While moving to a bigger or improved office space can be exciting, you might be dreading the actual moving process. Instead of trying to do all the moving on your own or relying on your employees to help, it can be beneficial to invest in a commercial moving company. They can take care of the whole process for you! Read More 

Three Things You Should Know About A Mid-Distance Move

If you are planning a middle-distance move, the type that that may take a moving truck two or three hours to get to your new residence, there are a few things you need to know. This type of move can be somewhat different from a move that is across town, but much different from a long-distance move, hundreds of miles from your current home. Here are three things you should keep in mind. Read More 

4 Maintenance Tips To Prepare Your Boat After Winter Storage

If you want to protect your boat during winter weather, then you probably did some weatherization to protect it during the cold weather. Before you can take your boat out on the water once winter is over, there is going to be some maintenance that needs to be done and maybe a few repairs. Here are some maintenance tips to get your boat ready for the water after taking it out of winter storage: Read More 

4 Types of Moving & Storage Equipment You Can Rent

When it comes to finding equipment to use for your move or your self-storage unit, you may be hesitant to purchasing these items. Fortunately, there are many different types of equipment you can actually rent from your moving company or storage facility. Here are just some of the items you can rent that can help your move to a new home or self-storage unit. Plastic Moving Crates Plastic moving crates are great for moving to a new home or storing items in your self-storage unit. Read More 

Protect Your RV From Moisture Damage During Storage

Storing your RV properly when it's not in use is a vital component of protecting your investment. Moisture can be one of the major concerns during storage. This is because moisture can damage roofs, walls, and the interior. Leaks aren't the only concern – high relative humidity can lead to mold and mildew issues. The following tips can help you avoid moisture issues. Tip #1: Protect the roof The roof is the primary place where moisture leaks can occur. Read More