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Monday, 27 October 2014 16:29

Tips For Moving A Plasma TV

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Tips For Moving A Plasma TV

Moving home is both exciting and overwhelming. There are so many different things to think about, not in the least the transportation of items that can easily break. One such item is a large plasma TV. No matter how many good moving supplies you get, such as boxes and packaging materials, this is always going to be a difficult item. Make sure you plan ahead so that things go smoothly when it comes to moving day. The following hints and tips for moving a plasma TV may also be of benefit.

First of all, before you speak to the best moving company Virginia Beach has to offer, spend some time planning ahead. Which items will go to your new residence first, and which ones will be last to go, for instance? Also, make sure you have the measurements ready. This is so that you will get the right size for the packing materials and also so that you can be assured that there will be sufficient space for it in the moving truck. Do also measure your hall and doorways in your old and new properties to make sure the plasma TV will fit safely. You must always plan how you intend to pack things during transportation. Your TV should be firmly in place, without any risk of it falling or sliding. Additionally, other items should be well clear of your screen, so it does not get scratched or damaged. Depending on the condition of your TV, you may simply need to cover it with a blanket. However, if it is new and in excellent condition, you will need a more protective box (the original box and packaging would be best).

When moving day arrives, make sure your TV is not plugged in and that all cables have been removed. This is to protect your other equipment and yourself, as there is a risk of tripping. If you are simply using a blanket, make sure there is one on the floor, on which you will place your TV. Then wrap it in and tape it into place with strong tape, giving a tight fit. If, on the other hand, you are packing it in a box, then lift the TV into it with great care. Try to always lift it using two people. Make sure the padding is in place and that all elements of the TV are properly protected. Do not, under any circumstances, put the plasma TV face down while in transport. This can cause significant damage to the unit due to the pressure placed on the components. Always leave it standing in its normal position, in other words, ensuring it is held firmly in place with other items inside the moving truck. Finally, be careful when you remove it from the truck and place it in your new home.

 

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Sunday, 26 October 2014 15:06

Cleaning Your Home After You Move

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Cleaning Your Home After You Move

The minute you put the last of your boxes into your moving truck, you may think that you are ready to start your new life. Not so, however. The best movers Suffolk have to offer will always tell you that you must not forget to clean your old property. This is important, as it will have to go through an inspection from the landlord or new property owners. Hence, before you focus all your attention on your relocation, create a house cleaning plan as well. First of all, you need to know whether there are rules and regulations that you have to stick to, particularly if you have a rented property. You may, for instance, have to clean the oven, steam the carpets or even hire a professional company to come in and do the work, with you providing the receipts. Assuming that you will do it yourself, however, here are a few things to remember.

In terms of general cleaning, you must wash all your windows inside and out. Don't forget the curtain rods and windowsills. Do the same with your doors. Any scuffs or marks on the walls should be removed, as should any nails. Make sure your fireplace has been cleaned out and wash and dust your light fixtures and blinds. Always mop the floors and steam clean or shampoo your carpet. Naturally, no rubbish should be left behind. In the kitchen, your dishwasher should be fully cleaned. Totally clean the floor, including underneath your appliances. Clean out the refrigerator and allow it to dry. The freezer should be defrosted and cleaned. Your stove has to be sparkling inside and out, including the hood, extractor fan and bottom drawer. Racks should be removed and scrubbed. All cupboards have to be emptied and wiped down, as do the drawers, sink and counter tops. Clean the bathroom floor, sink, bathtub, fixtures, toilet, door, mirrors and medicine cabinet. Outside, mow your lawn and trim your plants and get rid of all the garbage in your garage.

Following these guidelines will make your moving experience far more pleasant. Additionally, if you are engaging in local moves, then you may be able to come back a few times to properly clean up as well. Do try to get professional equipment such as a carpet cleaner in so that deep dirt can be removed properly. You can either hire a company or get the tools and do it yourself. A top tip is to always dust first and vacuum last. This is because dusting will make the dirt fly about, leaving debris deposits that can be hoovered up easily. Only after you have hoovered should you start mopping, followed by another hoover afterwards.

 

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Thursday, 23 October 2014 21:34

Establishing New Utility Services After You Move

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Establishing New Utility Services After You Move

A house move is exciting, but also very hectic. And it should be pointed out that it is not only the moving company that you need to contact. One of the things we often forget to think about is our utility services. You must think about your gas, electric, water and telephone services. This takes time and there are different options available. The most important thing, however, is that you plan ahead when you are moving.

Before you actually move, you need to get in touch with the utility companies that service the area where you are moving to. Make an appointment so that they can set your service up. There are generally guidelines in terms of how soon they should be able to provide you with the service. Do remember that the installation and inspection programs are going to be different for each utility. This is why you need to make sure that you arrange these as soon as possible, as you don't want to move into a property only to find you have water but no electricity. You may already have an electric meter in your new property, which means you should only need a week to get it set up. However, if there is no meter, your utility company will likely need at least a month to set you up. This is also because they will need to test the meter before they can supply you with electric power. In terms of natural gas, one week is generally enough for your new service to be set up. For your telephone service, allot at least two weeks, although a month is generally better. This is because telephone lines require a lot of testing and adjustments and they are not guaranteed to work straightaway. Water can be supplied by various organizations, such as your county, municipality, for profit company, cooperative and so on. These all have different requirements in terms of when you need to tell them that you will be moving in and how long it will take to get you set up.

Generally speaking, you can start contacting all your new utility services online or over the telephone. You will need to have all the important information, such as your identification documents, address details, social security number, employment information and more ready. Don't forget to call your existing companies before you move to tell them that you are moving. Do a price comparison online first to see where the best deals are, and don't assume that simply transferring your account to a new address will be sufficient. Your old company, whether you are staying with them or not, will require meter readings for your gas and electricity and possibly also your water. This means that there is a chance that you will get a final bill. Last but not least, don't forget that your moving company may have some great hints and tips for you as well.

Southside Moving and Storage

1533 Harpers Rd

Virginia Beach, Va. 23454

757-234-7080 or 800-587-7474

Proudly serving Richmond, Chesterfield, Chester, Henrico, Ashland, Hanover, Mechanicsville, New Kent, Powhaton, Hopewell, Colonial Heights, Prince George, Charles City, Petersburg, King William, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Suffolk, Hampton, Newport News, Williamsburg, Portsmouth, Franklin, Isle of Wight, Surry, Smithfield,

 

Sunday, 19 October 2014 21:29

About Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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About Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast cancer is overwhelming prevalent in women, being the second most common type of cancer. One in every eight women in this country will develop the disease at some point during their lives. There have been a number of high profile cases of breast cancer, such as Anastasia who survived it, and Angelina Jolie who had a preventative double mastectomy. The work that these women, and others like them, have done to bring awareness about breast cancer to the foreground is incredibly important, but more work remains to be done. This is why every October is International Breast Cancer Awareness Month. If breast cancer is diagnosed early enough and treated properly, most women will be able to survive this type of cancer. It generally starts with a mammogram, which screens the breast tissue for abnormal growth. This screening is offered to women all over the world from a certain age onwards, to help catch the presence of the disease as soon as possible and offer treatment where needed. During the Breast Cancer Awareness Month, men and women alike are encouraged to do something to increase awareness about the importance of being screened with mammograms and knowing your own body to spot lumps and other signs early on.

This particular month is an opportunity to make a real difference. People are encouraged to speak to their friends, members of their family, colleagues and members of the community about the importance of screening for breast cancer. It is about highlighting the steps every woman should know about in order to detect the presence of this kind of cancer. There are plenty of things you can do as an individual, and all these ideas are also great opportunities to build up community ties. For instance, you could visit your local health center and find out how they ensure all their patients are aware of the signs and risks. You could speak to women you know, particularly those between the ages of 40 and 49, and ask them to make a medical appointment to discuss a mammogram. You could even set up an event and encourage women over the age of 50 to have their mammograms done every two years.

All of these efforts are incredibly important. They give you the opportunity to get to know new people, which is beneficial if you have just moved house. Most of all, it gives you the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of people. It doesn't matter whether you are a man or a woman either. Breast cancer affects us all (it can also occur in men), so we should stand side by side in fighting this horrible disease. No person should have to die from it again, particularly when we know medicine can treat and cure it if detected early enough.

 

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Virginia Beach, Va. 23454

757-234-7080 or 800-587-7474

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Sunday, 19 October 2014 21:14

Tips For Military Household Goods Moves

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Tips For Military Household Goods Moves

If you are in the military in Hampton, Virginia, or somewhere nearby and you have to move, there are a lot of things to think about. Military moves are some of the most complicated at all. Luckily, the military wants to make sure their service personnel have the ability to make these things more manageable. To do so, they have provided a number of useful of hints and tips, as well as a list of military approved movers for you to consider. Let's take a look at some of the hints and tips they have provided.

Firstly, military personnel are advised to make a checklist of important phone numbers, information and dates. They should then speak to their PPSO or TO regarding any questions they may have. Once a military family receives their orders, it is time to start looking at military household goods moves companies. There are a number of choices available and your current base should help you with this as much as possible. It is generally recommended to move outside of the months of May to August, mainly because the various holidays during that particular range of time make it a very busy period. Additionally, you must know that nothing is set in the military, so there is a possibility that you suddenly have to move sooner or later than expected. This is why it is so important to work with a mover that has been military approved, as they will know and understand this. Generally speaking, these companies also know that military personnel always have the move on a weekday.

There are some things you have to do yourself as well. The best movers Hampton has to offer that are also military approved will want to know what you have to move and how much would be the total weight. The military has provided a handy calculation tool to estimate the weight of your goods. Use this well and use it to try and get rid of some unnecessary things as well. You will only be allocated a certain amount of weight to move, which means that it could cost you a lot of money if you go over that. Only take what you really need to take. You will find that if you go overweight in your first weighing, you can take items out and ask for a reweigh at no extra cost. If you will use multiple shipments, it is your responsibility to indicate which items have to go in each shipment. You are in direct contact with the actual moving company, not the military, so all of this is your personal responsibility. This is also true for organizing delivery, which may or may not be at a new military base. If you move overseas, other rules will apply.

 

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1533 Harpers Rd

Virginia Beach, Va. 23454

757-234-7080 or 800-587-7474

Proudly serving Richmond, Chesterfield, Chester, Henrico, Ashland, Hanover, Mechanicsville, New Kent, Powhaton, Hopewell, Colonial Heights, Prince George, Charles City, Petersburg, King William, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Suffolk, Hampton, Newport News, Williamsburg, Portsmouth, Franklin, Isle of Wight, Surry, Smithfield,

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday, 18 October 2014 14:36

How To Get Your International Moves Right

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How To Get Your International Moves Right

Moving to another country is stressful and hard, and this includes those who currently live in Newport News, Virginia. There are many things to think about to get your international moves right. Luckily, there are ways to make your life a little bit easier. First of all, when you're moving international, you have to make sure that you are communicating properly with all the involved parties. Talk to your movers, to people you are leaving behind, people you are taking with you, and people you will be joining. Communication is key to any successful operation. Additionally, try to have a room in your existing property to put things in that you will not be taking with you. Alternatively, create "do not pack" labels to put on certain items. Some good movers will be able to provide you with these. Make sure things such as jewelry, photos, keepsakes, important documents like passports, computer disks, prescription medication and so on, should not be packed. This is not because you don't want them to move with you, but rather because it is likely that your items will be moved some time before you do, and you may still need them before you go. Also, start downsizing as soon as possible. Take as little as possible. This will also make sure that the chance of something going wrong is reduced.

Next, think about how your items will be moved. When moving out of the country, you will usually find that your moving company travels by air and/or by sea. If you have to choose between the two, then you need to think about the pros and cons of both options. A good moving company will be able to help you with this. Some considerations include cost (air is more expensive) versus time (sea takes longer), for instance. If you need to have your items the moment you arrive, then you will have to either choose air transportation, or you will have to send your items away much sooner.

The next important element has to do with paperwork. You need to not only keep them aside, you also need to know where everything is and what you need at a particular time. The best movers Newport News have to offer will guide you in this as well. If you move abroad there is a possibility that you have to show proof of purchase of some of your items. Your moving company should be able to tell you about this, as well as what you should do if you do not have such proof, for instance if you have inherited certain items. However, there are perhaps also other documents you will need in order to move to a foreign country. These could be things such as your birth certificate, marriage license, vaccination records and more.

 

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Norfolk, Va. 23509

757-985-3737 or 800-587-7474

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Thursday, 16 October 2014 19:45

Moving Pictures Safely And Securely

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Moving Pictures Safely And Securely

If you are moving home from Suffolk, it is likely that you also have a few pictures to move. Moving pictures is something that you need to pay particular attention to if you want to make sure that nothing breaks. It means packing them properly and ensuring that your moving company knows that they are well protected. Unlike moving furniture, pictures are often wrapped, which means it isn't immediately clear that there is something fragile in there. Make sure you speak to your moving company about how they want you to pack things. Indeed, they may even be able to help you with packing materials such as bubble wrap that you might need. It is likely that they will also want you to put stickers on the package to indicate that it contains a fragile item. If you have particularly important pictures, such as original artist ones, you may also want to take out additional insurance on these items.

As with all your items, you have to use a little bit of common sense. When moving household goods, you have to protect them properly. For instance, your bedding and clothing may go in a rubbish sack, but you wouldn't put your glasses and silverware in a similar bag. The same is true for your pictures. If they have a glass front, they will need to be protected from damage so the glass doesn't break. If they are on canvas, you have to make sure that they are packed in such a way that they cannot get ripped by other items that are being moved. For instance, you would not put a canvas image next to a piece of furniture with sharp corners such as your dining table, as this could go straight through the canvas. Instead, it is generally best to ensure that the pictures go into your moving truck last, where they can be placed at the top of all the other items. Again, your moving company is likely to be able to give you more advice on that.

Indeed, the most important thing is probably that you find a moving company you can trust. To find the best movers Suffolk has to offer, spend a little bit of time doing your research. Find out whether they have experience moving the particular items you have and whether they will provide you with the packing materials to keep those items safe. If they don't, they should at least be able to provide you with advice, information and guidance on how to wrap your items and how to mark them. Use the internet to your advantage in order to find the best company out there, not in the least because you should be able to find customer testimonials as well.

 

Southside Moving and Storage

1533 Harpers Rd

Virginia Beach, Va. 23454

757-234-7080 or 800-587-7474

 

Proudly serving Richmond, Chesterfield, Chester, Henrico, Ashland, Hanover, Mechanicsville, New Kent, Powhaton, Hopewell, Colonial Heights, Prince George, Charles City, Petersburg, King William, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Suffolk, Hampton, Newport News, Williamsburg, Portsmouth, Franklin, Isle of Wight, Surry, Smithfield,

 

 

Sunday, 12 October 2014 19:34

Hints And Tips For Interstate Moving

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Hints And Tips For Interstate Moving

If you move interstate, there are a number of rules and regulation that you need to adhere to. As such, the first thing you should do is check with <a href="https://www.protectyourmove.gov/consumer/awareness/glossary/interstate.htm">the U.S. Department of Transportation</a> and find out whether your move is actually classed as interstate.

"If you do not see your move pictured, check with your mover and state and local authorities for clarification."

If it is indeed an interstate move, then you will come under FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration) rules and regulations. These will determine whether or not you are able to move certain items across state (and international) borders. Additionally, if you are moving inside a state, but you are crossing state borders to reach your new location, then you will also have to adhere to their rules. Generally speaking, your moving company will be aware of the rules around long distance moving and there will be nothing for you to worry about in particular. However, it is always best to check out some details yourself, just to be on the safe side.

Choosing Your Moving Company

It is very important that you spend a little bit of time looking into the various moving companies that can service you. Strangely enough, interstate moves are highly regulated by the FMCSA, but interstate movers are not. This is why it is so important that you look into how they <a href="http://business.time.com/2012/05/07/moving-season-5-ways-to-make-the-transition-go-smoothly-and-avoid-costly-problems/">follow the various rules</a>.

"Get at least three moving companies to visit your home, especially if you're moving across state lines. In some jurisdictions, movers are regulated and consumers have some protection, but interstate movers are largely unregulated."

Most moving companies will be able to give you an online quote. However, it is very important to get a truly accurate quote that is a result of the company actually looking at what you intend to move and how. Hence, when you plan on cross country moving, or moving between states, you should only accept price quotations that have been based on an actual visit. These should still be no obligation, but the price in the quotation should be fixed. That way, you won't find yourself having to pay far more than you had initially expected.

Price Considerations

Price is, unfortunately, very important. However, you have to make sure that you are not blind-sided by low prices. What you should be looking for is value for money. If a price looks too good to be true, you can almost be sure that things will go wrong at some point. Perhaps you have to pay a little bit more, but if in return for that, you receive packing materials, insurance and excellent service, then it is worth paying more. It is all about value for money.

Prices that are too good to be true are just one of the warning signs to look out for. Moving companies that want huge deposits, don't give you any detail about their licensing, use rental trucks or are vague about their company name should be avoided. It is unlikely that these companies will follow the necessary rules and regulations, and this could mean that you are the one who could end up being in trouble.

One particular element to look into as well is <a href="https://www.protectyourmove.gov/consumer/awareness/rights/RightsB.htm">liability insurance</a>.

"In general, your mover is legally liable for loss or damage that occurs during performance of any transportation of household goods and of all related services identified on your mover's lawful bill of lading."

This is why it is so important to have a complete bill of lading. Check each item that is loaded onto the truck, and each item that is taken off the truck at your destination. It is all about protecting yourself and your belongings

 

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Virginia Beach, Va. 23454

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Isle of Wight, and Smithfield.

 

 

Sunday, 12 October 2014 02:02

Moving With Pets - What You Need To Know

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Moving With Pets - What You Need To Know

Pets are true members of our family and they deserve to be treated as such. Hence, if we move house, we need to think about moving with pets as well. Unfortunately, this is not always as easy as it may seem. Let's take a look at a few hints and tips you will need to take into consideration.

First of all, you need to look into the regulations of the area where you are moving to. This is particularly important if you are relocating pets abroad. Very often, you will need proof of vaccination and some areas will require you to quarantine your pet for a certain period of time. Next, you need to find movers that are happy to deal with pets. This means that they are experienced in the treatment of animals and that they make sure they are comfortable and well looked after during the entire experience. If you can't simply put your pets in the car with you when you move, it is likely that your pets will have to be away from you for quite some time. You need to know that your movers are committed to the welfare of animals and will always make sure that they are treated properly. Some of the best moving companies who frequently deal with pets will have specialized pet carriers to ensure the pets are safe during transport. This is particularly important if there is any overnight travel, or if the moving truck driver has to stop for breaks. You need to know how your pet will be fed, whether it will be let out for exercise and so on.

From your end, you will have to prepare the new home for the arrival of your pet as well. You know that it will take you some time to adjust to your new property, and the same will be true for your pets. Make sure you have their regular comfort toys and beds ready, that they know where their food is and that they get some good tender, loving care as soon as they arrive. Moving pets is very stressful for them because they don't understand what is truly going on. They haven't had the opportunity to have conversations with you about the why and when of moving. On the other hand, they will probably have sensed that something has been up and they will need some time to readjust. Just make sure that your pets are treated the way you want them to be treated when you are moving. This means having conversations with your moving company about your expectations and what they can deliver. Only choose a company that you fully trust with the welfare of your animals.

 

Southside Moving and Storage

1533 Harpers Rd

Virginia Beach, Va. 23454

757-234-7080 or 800-587-7474

Proudly Serving all of Hampton Roads, Virginia Beach, Suffolk, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Newport News, Hampton, Williamsburg, Richmond, Chester, Chesterfield, Midlothian, Petersburg, Franklin, Isle of Wight, and Smithfield.

 

 

 

Tuesday, 07 October 2014 20:56

Tips For Students Moving To College

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Tips For Students Moving To College

If you are moving to college, you will probably have been making plans for quite some time now. However, when the actual time comes, students moving to college always find that the experience is stressful and confusing. They simply don't know what to take with them, what to throw away, what to store, and so on. Additionally, moving out for the first time is both stressful and fun, and finding a positive balance between the two can be very difficult. So what can you do to make student moves easier to handle? Let's take a look at some hints and tips.

First of all, you need to know exactly where you are moving to and how much space you will have there. This will greatly determine just how much you can actually take. Next, you need to find a good moving company to help you with the actual move. They will often also have a lot of hints and tips to make the process easier. Additionally, they could supply you with boxes and packing materials to help you with your move. Once those are arranged, it is time to start sorting through all the different items. The first is to make two piles: one for those you keep and another for those to be thrown out. Be ruthless. You have a life ahead of you to collect new stuff. Anything that you do want to throw out should be sorted into donations to charity and actual trash. Then, it is time to start looking into your keep pile. Pick out the things that have true sentimental value for you - things you don't absolutely need, but can't throw away either. These can be placed in storage. With everything else, ask yourself with every item whether you will need it to improve your college experience. How will that particular item make your life better? An alarm clock, for instance, is a really important item. However, a poster of The Doors may not be so important. After all, you will probably go shopping for decoration items at some point when you are in college.

When you do move to college, you have to be ruthless with your decisions. This is a time of transition, where you say goodbye to your old life of being a child, and say hello to your new life of being a young adult. This means you should also rid yourself of those things that still hold you to the past. Relocating to college is your opportunity to start a new life. Redefine yourself by letting go of things you don't really need anymore. Remember that they are only things, and things can be replaced if necessary. Furthermore, the less you take with you, the less your move will cost you.

 

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