Our professional crew provides qualitly service

Carefullly prep your items for the move

Efficiently load your possessions into a truck provided by us

Safely transport your possession 

Move your items into your new residence or storage





Get Organized

·        Buy a binder and create a moving folder

Buy a binder/notebook or create a “moving” file on your computer. Establish a folder for moving documents, contracts and receipt, important personal documents, and any financial documents relating to your new home.

 ·        Download a moving checklist

First time mover or seasoned at relocating - you will need a checklist. A checklist can help you build a timeline and knock out those hidden chores that moving entails.  (Think change of address, utilities and don’t forget cable)

·        Take inventory

Take inventory of your belongings. Is it going or being donated?  This is an crucial step when contacting any mover for an estimate.

 ·        Schedule time

Prepare for glitches – life happens. Try not to leave your move to the last minute.  You may not be able to get that mover to come today or tomorrow. Your rental truck is not available.  Your not packed and the movers are there.

Prepare for Your Move by Packing Like a Pro

·        Purchase the right packing supplies

Buying the appropriate shape and size of boxes can make all the difference when packing up your home. Be aware of buy back options and return options for boxes not used.

·        Know how to pack tricky items

Some items are harder to pack than others. Wrap your fragile items with lots of packing material and bubble wrap. Label your boxes carefully so that you are not putting heavy objects on top of your fragile items. If possible, pack televisions, computers and other electronics in their original boxes.

 ·        Prepare to move by paring down

Prepare to move by going through your belongings and getting rid of what you don’t need before your move.

·        Pack in the right order

Pack your home in stages. Box up off-season clothing and items that you rarely use. The last items on your list should be important documents, moving day items and open me “first” boxes.