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5 Reasons to Relocate to Hartford County - Moving to a new place can be exciting but overwhelming at the same time, especially if you have never been to the location. You may also have a family with children who have been apprehensive about moving and feel as if they are lost in the shuffle. Knowing a few facts about moving in Connecticut can give you a few intimate details that may make the transition a little easier. Having a little information is a lot better than ha... http://ow.ly/2XaW0H
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7 Important Tips for First Time Movers - When moving in Connecticut for the very first time, knowing how to navigate the process is key. As a first time mover, things can quickly get out of hand. Here are 7 important tips to help you on your way. Important Tips Every First Time Mover Should Know Get organized: Being organized is the first step in ensuring a smooth move. Plan your move date, and get a notebook to make lists, keep receipts, and quotes. This will ensure yo... http://ow.ly/2X4lcV
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[Ebook Excerpt] How to Choose a Moving Company - The following is an excerpt from our ebook, How to Choose a Moving Company. Moving can often be a daunting and quite intimidating venture to take on. You’re uprooting not only you and perhaps a family, but also all of your belongings. Quite often, some help is required in executing such a life-changing event in a smooth manner. Choosing a moving company to trust with your belongings can be difficult. Obviously, you want e... http://ow.ly/2WR5F2
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5 Easy Meals to Prepare for Your Moving Process - Moving in Connecticut can be hectic. As you move closer to moving day, the last thing you may be thinking about is food. These recipes will help you prepare delicious meals that will carry you throughout the week to keep you sustained while finishing up those final details. All of these items can be picked up on your last grocery trip so you’ll have them ready to go. These meals are easy, will save time, and give you add... http://ow.ly/2WKJTk
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[Excerpt] Commercial Moving Guide - The following excerpt is from Father & Son's popular Commercial Moving Guide. If you are relocating your office to new premises, you’ll want to ensure that the move is as organized and efficient as possible, and that there is minimal disruption to productivity. In other words, you’ll want your move to run as smoothly as your business does. In order to ensure this, it is essential to plan carefully and enlist the assistance of a Connec... http://ow.ly/2Wx1TJ
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The Ultimate Moving Day Music Playlist - Moving in Connecticut (or anywhere) can be stressful. Fortunately, you have easy access to something that makes the process more bearable - music. If you're having a good time, you're bound to be more productive. The key is finding the right music for every phase: packing, traveling, and unloading. This playlist will help get you started.   Music for Packing Before the Connecticut movers you hired move your belongings, they need ... http://ow.ly/2WqpfX
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How to Pick the Right Storage Unit Size - Many Connecticut moving and storage companies will have storage units that are different sizes for you to choose from. If you haven't started packing or planning, you probably have no idea how much space you need. Before you commit to a space, follow these instructions to pick out the storage unit that is right for you. Step 1: Make a List of Items Going to Storage Before you make a list of what the Connecticut movers will be ta... http://ow.ly/2W6koU
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5 Ways to Childproof Your Move - Moving is stressful enough without factoring young children into the equation. A Connecticut moving company can provide a lot of assistance with moving your belongings safely, allowing moving your family safely to be your top priority. These five tips will help you childproof your move. 1. Schedule Logically Moving in Connecticut is cheaper during the week in late fall or early spring. That also happens to be when children are in school.... http://ow.ly/2Vxbos
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5 Awesome Pinterest Boards to Decorate Your New House - Gone are the days of needing an expensive interior designer to spark inspiration for decorating your new home. Pinterest, a social media platform, has been gaining in popularity with its easy method of sharing ideas visually. It's easy to sign up, free, and can help you find what you need to create the space you want. If you're moving in Connecticut soon, check out these Pinterest boards for ideas on decorating you... http://ow.ly/2VqJlG
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7 Ways to Help You Explore Your New Town or City - "The experience is what you make of it" is the saying for many things in life. Moving in Connecticut is no exception. You can choose to stick to what you know when you arrive at your new town; maybe you even have the ability to travel to your old town on weekends. But in order to truly appreciate your new home, you need to get out and explore. Here are suggestions on how to do that. Get Your Friends Involved Talk to you... http://ow.ly/2VduXD
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