10 Tips: How to Get your Rental Deposit Back

How to get your rental deposit backWe’ve already chatted about ways to make your rental feel a little homier and comfier. But when it’s time to move, you’ve got a big task on your to-do list… get that rental deposit back! That means that those holes in the walls from your gallery wall need to be filled, and everything should be fresh & lookin’ good for your landlord.

We’ve compiled a list of 10 tips for how to get your rental deposit back, so you can pick up that big ol’ check when it’s time to move on out. Continue reading


Cost-Saving Secret Revealed!

A Moving Strategy That Changes Everything

Movers! Your business and your bottom line are about to change! Never worry about traffic – or traffic tickets – ever again! Eliminate fuel costs, along with the burden of licensing, registering and insuring your vehicles! Glide effortlessly through town while you turn heads delivering your customer’s belongings in glorious, cool-as-heck fashion! (Video below) Continue reading


Taking Over Where Their Men Left Off

Three Successful Women in the Moving Industry

Like the professional world in general, the moving industry has historically been dominated by males. But over the past several decades the gender landscape of the working world has been changing. So why wouldn’t we see more women taking up leadership positions in our own industry? Continue reading


How to Patch Large Holes in Drywall

patching-holes-in-drywallWhen it comes to decorating rentals, we don’t hold back. That means that every wall is fair game when it comes to shelves, picture ledges, and frames galore. That’s because we are not afraid of creating a few holes in order to make our temporary home a little cozier and comfier. And why are we not afraid? Well, because patching holes really isn’t that hard or time-consuming. Continue reading


7 Tips for Saving Money When Relocating

These Are The Money Saving Moving Tips You’ve Been Looking For

Photo of Hands Writing a List of Moving Tips

No matter how you slice it, moving is expensive. According to Worldwide ERC, a workforce mobility association, the average cost of transporting household goods in 2012 stood at $12,459. But just because moving isn’t cheap, doesn’t mean there aren’t ways to save. Employ these seven tips to save money when relocating.
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