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Whether you're moving down the street or across the country, it can undoubtedly be an extremely stressful and difficult time. We understand that even the smallest of things, such as having boxes around your house can quickly add to the overwhelming process. Choosing a reputable moving company, such as EZ Moving Services, immediately takes the burden from your shoulders. We understand you have more important things to worry about.


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EZ Moving Services never stops moving forward!!! We are a local moving company based in Temecula Ca. Call toady for your free in home estimate 951-378-7226

EZ Moving Services never stops moving forward!!! We are a local moving company based in Temecula Ca. Call toady for your free in home estimate 951-378-7226
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We offer special services and will travel as far as your new home or corporate location. Our moving company comes to you with more than enough protection for your most fragile and valuable belongings. When you choose EZ Moving Services, your obstacles become ours—and we are more than ready to handle anything thrown our way.

Over the years as a company and as individual professionals, we have developed and researched strategies which encompass any request or requirement. We have one hundred moving blankets, door jam protectors, padded doilies, and much more to offer for a safe and efficient move. Our movers offer complete packing and handing services in a timely and proficient manner. Whether you've already packed your belongings or need a hand with banding and weighing packages, we are here to help.

Secrets tо a Suссеѕѕful аnd Stress Free Mоvе

Mоvіng frоm one рlасе tо аnоthеr саn be a stressful еxреrіеnсе bесаuѕе іt rерrеѕеntѕ a сhаngе іn your lіfе аnd the bеgіnnіng оf a nеw рhаѕе. With аll the excitement соmе a lіttlе аmоunt оf uncertainty аnd аn оvеrwhеlmіng ѕеnѕаtіоn оf расkіng аnd moving all уоur ѕtuff from one place to аnоthеr. Thіѕ article wіll provide уоu wіth some tips аnd ѕесrеtѕ thаt are sure to make your mоvе a lot less ѕtrеѕѕful on your mind аnd bоdу.

Fіrѕtlу, lооk fоrwаrd tо thе new рlасе аnd all thе wоndеrful thіngѕ that аrе lіkеlу to come wіth it. A positive attitude саn gо a long wау in mаkіng уоur move аn easy one. Sесоndlу, lооk for rеlіаblе mоvіng companies whо саn hеlр уоu wіth the рhуѕісаl аѕресtѕ оf moving. In fасt, whеn you gеt mоvіng ԛuоtеѕ frоm rерutаblе companies and kісk-ѕtаrt thе process of moving, уоu аrе bоund tо fееl a lоt lеѕѕ ѕtrеѕѕеd and уоu wіll look fоrwаrd tо уоur nеw place.

It іѕ always a gооd іdеа to рlаn ahead аnd thіѕ іѕ whу уоu ѕhоuld request fоr mоvіng ԛuоtеѕ frоm different соmраnіеѕ аt lеаѕt thrее months bеfоrе thе рlаnnеd mоvе dаtе. Thіѕ wіll gіvе you enough time tо еvаluаtе аnd compare thе ѕеrvісеѕ оf different moving companies аnd tо determine whісh would work best fоr уоu. You саn аlѕо gеt mоvіng quotes frоm lеаd gеnеrаtіоn соmраnіеѕ. Thе main advantage is thаt уоu wіll have access tо thе ѕеrvісеѕ оf rерutаblе companies and you can ѕаvе tіmе and еffоrt on rеѕеаrсhіng thе bасkgrоund аnd ореrаtіоnѕ оf thе moving соmраnіеѕ іn ԛuеѕtіоn. Lead generation соmраnіеѕ tаkе саrе of аll thіѕ wоrk fоr уоu аnd аll that уоu hаvе tо dо іѕ fіll-оut аn оnlіnе moving form. Thеу wіll pass оn your соntасt details to thе rіght соmраnіеѕ whо wіll gеt іn tоuсh wіth уоu аnd provide you wіth a mоvіng quote. You can save a lоt of tіmе аnd еffоrt with thіѕ орtіоn.

Aѕ уоu decide оn the соmраnу, ѕіmultаnеоuѕlу wоrk оn оthеr аѕресtѕ аѕ well. Look through your belongings аnd discard оr dоnаtе items thаt уоu rаrеlу uѕе. Aftеr deciding оn the nеw house or араrtmеnt that you wіll bе mоvіng into, ѕtаrt making thе сhаngеѕ thаt you wаnt in уоur nеw place. Mаkе a rоugh еѕtіmаtе оf whеrе уоu wіll рut уоur bеlоngіngѕ іn thе new place as thіѕ wіll ѕаvе a lоt of hаѕѕlе durіng thе unрасkіng рrосеѕѕ. Make arrangements fоr utіlіtіеѕ аnd рhоnеѕ іn your nеw рlасе and іnfоrm уоur frіеndѕ аnd rеlаtіvеѕ of уоur mоvе.

Aѕ thе date оf your mоvе nеаrѕ, ѕtаrt расkіng уоur items оr уоu саn аlѕо tаkе the hеlр of mоvіng соmраnіеѕ who wіll be mоrе thаn happy tо pack for уоu for аn аddіtіоnаl сhаrgе. Make ѕоmе tіmе for уоur frіеndѕ аnd trу tо have оnе lаѕt раrtу bеfоrе уоu lеаvе the place. On thе dау оf your mоvе, tаkе іt easy аnd lеt thе movers hаndlе еvеrуthіng for уоu. Suсh a wеll-рlаnnеd mоvе іѕ lіkеlу tо kеер you happy and healthy.

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5 Tips For Moving With Your Pets

Making sure that our pets are comfortable and well taken care of during a move is very important. Moving in Temecula is already stressful enough for people, without stopping to take your animal's needs into consideration. Before you call a Temecula moving company to help you with your move to Murrieta, Wildomar, Fallbrook, Menifee or Winchester, be sure to follow these helpful tips for moving with pets.
5 Tips For Moving With Your Pets

Making sure that our pets are comfortable and well taken care of during a move is very important. Moving in Temecula is already stressful enough for people, without stopping to take your animal's needs into consideration. Before you call a Temecula moving company to help you with your move to Murrieta, Wildomar, Fallbrook, Menifee or Winchester, be sure to follow these helpful tips for moving with pets.
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Preparing To Move; Check List

Moving is a big job. But you can make it much easier if you take action ahead of time and begin the tasks according to a check list. This ensures that nothing is overlooked or forgotten.


Before beginning, a “Moving Binder” should be created. This binder should have the check-lists, copies of all the documents pertaining to the move (such as contract with the moving company, change of address cards, and important phone numbers). Also have some pockets in the binder for receipts and a zippered pencil case for spare keys, or anything else that may come up. This binder should be with you during the two months before the move so you are never caught unprepared.


Two Months Before The Move


Begin getting estimates and checking out the moving companies in your area. Ask for estimates in writing and check the credentials of the company. The moving company should be located near the point you are moving from and a company that works in the area you are moving to. For example if you are moving from Temecula and moving to Wildomar, you want a moving company that works in both areas. This means they are familiar with the areas and will have no problem getting around if the unexpected happens.


Have a yard sale, or donate anything your family does not use to charity. Do not waste valuable time or space moving something that has not been utilized for months. General rule is if it has not been used in six months, donate it.


While taking inventory also take note of anything that requires special attention, This would be like antiques or collectables. Anything you will want to pack with special care.


Make sure you have all your children’s school records where they are easily gotten to and contact the schools to transfer their records to the new school. Also check out any after school programs you need to register for as well as day care centers.


Six Weeks Before


If the moving company is going to pack and/or unpack for you, check with them on the supplies. If you need supplies (and you do) order them and have them ready. This includes , tape, packing boxes, sharpies, color coded labels and specialty containers.


Start using up everything you can. Use foods that are in the kitchen or freezer, use up shampoos and toiletries. Use everything you can so you do not have to move it.


Take care of any medical appointments that need to be addressed and advise doctors if records will need to be transferred. Fill any prescriptions and advise your pharmacy if refills need to be sent to the new town.


One Month Before


Finalize arrangements with your moving company and confirm the dates.


Begin packing items you will not need right away. This includes seasonal clothes, holiday decorations, storage items and things from the attic or basement. If you are going to place any of these items in storage, rent your storage facility.


Purchase a lock safe for valuables and begin to transfer important documents, jewelry, and other items inside that you will personally transfer.


Make sure all boxes are clearly marked with the content and where they will be placed in the new home. Use color coded labels to mark different rooms.


Put in your change of address with the . Advise your employer, bank and insurance companies of your move.


Two Weeks Before


Confirm with your moving company and verify details.


Arrange with your place of employment any time off work needed.


If you have young children, confirm your arrangements.


Week Of Moving


Make sure your payment is taken care of with your mover.


Prepare to have an emergency credit card or cash available in the event that you need to take care of something unexpected. (Pizza delivery is a good idea on moving night at the new house.)


Defrost the freezer and clean out all appliances.


Pack a weekend type bag for every member of the family and stash it in your car. Make sure prescriptions, contact lense cases, glasses, charges and toiletries are included. If you have small children include snacks and books or small toys to keep them busy.


Review your supplies and make sure you have everything you need.


Review your moving binder to make sure you have all your checklist items completed.


Contact power company and make final arrangements for and turn on of power.


Take the car in for a wash, fill up, oil change or anything else that is needed so you do not have car issues on moving day.


Check the weather in the town you are moving from and to to insure you are prepared for rain or extreme temperatures.


If you are donating any old furniture to charity, arrange the pick up now.


Let someone know your itinerary. (provide them with a list of phone numbers that could be needed.)


If you are having a cleaning service come in after the move to prepare the house you are exiting, confirm your arrangements.


Moving Day


Pack your car with your weekender bags, computers, lockbox or safe with valuables and anything you need to keep with you.


Do a walk through to make sure you are not forgetting anything.


Be prepared to have the least used items placed in the nose of the truck and work your way back to the most 

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Five Great Tips For Moving With Children
Moving is a large step for anyone, even kids. First, leading up to the move, make sure to include them in the plans by clearly explaining why, when, and where you’ll be moving. If possible, show them the new house or apartment before you move. The older the child, the more help they can be. Giving them a box or two and asking them to pack up their own room can make a child really feel like they are contributing to the move. Of course, make sure to check the boxes and lend a hand if they need it! Second, On moving day, see if it’s possible to get the kids out of the house for the day. Moving can be tough enough, but add in a few cranky children and it becomes nearly impossible! Even a well-behaved child can be a safety risk in a house full of movers and heavy furniture. So Start by taking them to school or day care, but make sure to explain if they will be going home to a different house than the one they left in the morning. If the move will also be taking place before or after school, see if they can spend time with a friend or family member. If school is not in session, try to place them in a camp or other full-day activity. This will keep them out of your hair as you go about the moving process. You’ll be thankful for one less responsibility on moving day! Third, If you have to have your child around, make sure to keep them occupied. A curious child and home filled with fragile and precarious boxes is not a good mix. When packing, make sure to leave out a “Kiddie Kit” with toys, games, and other activities. Choose simple things that will keep them occupied. A small electronic device or coloring book, depending on your child’s interests, are both great options. Fourth, Something that often gets forgotten on moving day is food. In the hustle and bustle of moving and traveling, remembering to eat and drink can be left behind. Your children also need to be fed and watered. When packing, keep some snacks out and fill a few water bottles to make sure they do not get too hungry or thirsty throughout the moving process. Fifth, when you arrive at the new home or apartment, start by showing your child around. It’s important that they feel secure in their new environment. Take time to explain their room, the kitchen, and other areas where they will be spending a lot of time. Also note any safety hazards and areas that will be off limits. If you are moving into a busier neighborhood or new situation, explain the differences to your child. This will help conclude the moving process and allow them to smoothly adjust to the new environment!

You And The Experience Of Moving
Where you live is considered a part of who you are, so when the decision is made to move out, it not only tests your ability to pack up your life but also to hold true to where you came from and had lived your life. From Seattle to New York, Cambridge to Ibiza, you are you and no packed up material possession defines that. The point is that there is a personal side to moving that is worth considering. If it is your first time moving, you may have thought that you have a significantly sophisticated and complex understanding of who you are. All of that changes when you relocate from your natural community where you do feel comfortable enough to explore such ideas like identity and society. Suddenly you have a new perspective to take in and add to the equation. Sometimes that new perspective turns your whole world of assumptions and single stories rightfully upside down. The change can be a beneficial and healthy experience for the open minded or a terrible one for those set on their pre-conceived notions and expectations of what is to come. The only difference is being well aware that moving truly is a changing of perspective. After some time if you reflect on your identity before and after your move you will be fascinated to see that you are not your old self, you have become someone who is wiser to have experienced different cultures by treating them as equally valid ways of life. In fact, this is some people live their lives. They wish to have an idea of what the culture of humanity as a whole is like and dedicate their life to seeking that idea out from experiencing Canada to the Middle East (they likely have less luggage, however). From this, they learn truths, gain wisdom, live life, and probably find a special someone along the way. Take the original example, for instance, of moving from somewhere like Cambridge where your whole life is an academic montage (not saying all are who live there are living one) to the nightlife of myth. It benefits or helps nobody to reject such a cultural change; you only have to remember where you are from and how that shaped who you are to be able to adapt and contribute to your new community. In reflection, it is all about living your life and never forgetting where you have been. If you forget where you have been, you lose a piece of what makes you, you. So that, in the end, is the worst fate anyone could have: The fate that was had but was forgotten. Moving is an excellent experience and part of life if you let it.

Helpful Tips To Make Your Move Easier
Moving is a big job. Hiring a professional mover is a wise choice. But there are things you should do to ensure everything is moved efficiently and quickly and with as little effort as possible on your part. In interviews with professional movers in the Temecula California area, we have identified some common errors that are easily avoided with proper planning. Do not start with the items you use daily. This is a problem that few people notice until all of their belongings are in their new home and they cannot find their toothbrush or shoes for work. Have the movers move your stored items first. This would be things like holiday decorations, next season clothing, the box of baby clothes you are saving. Basically, the items you keep in the basement, attic or storage closet. Work your way to the kitchen items and your clothes and things that you use every day. When the truck is unloaded the daily items come off first so you are not digging through seasonal stuff trying to find things you need. Allow enough time! A weekend day on the last day of the month may look good to you for moving but consider this; that same day looks good for most people who are moving. This means it is a very busy time for moving companies. In order to keep your stress level down, consider if you can move on another day. If you simply cannot move on another day; book your movers well in advance. Make sure you call to confirm the week before and do not underestimate how much time your move will take. Hire a sitter! People think it is a good idea to move on a day when children are out of school. This means they do not have to stop and pick them up and the children can “help”. Do yourself a favor and hire a sitter to take care of the children until you are ready to take them to the new home. Movers “move” (no pun intended). While carrying boxes and two-wheelers and furniture, a child can be easily hurt if they run in front of a mover who cannot see them. They will interrupt you to be fed, to get a drink, to go to the bathroom and to help them pack. You will find everything will go easier for you if you have someone to care for the children. Pack a bag! Pack a bag for each member of the family that would equal a three day weekend. Include toiletries, medications, clothes, and essentials like blow dryers and cell phone chargers. Keep these weekenders bags in your car. When your truck is unloaded and you find yourself in your sea of moving boxes, you may discover that you are too tired to dig through boxes so you can get everyone ready for bed. These overnight bags are a lifesaver. Keep valuables with you! Jewelry, IPads, Laptops, important documents such as birth records should be kept with you to prevent anything from getting lost or damaged. A portable safe is inexpensive and easily placed in the trunk of your car. Though you will probably have insurance on everything, money cannot replace things like your grandmother’s wedding ring or your wedding pictures. If it is personal keep it close to you. These simple tips can take away the frustration that all of us feel when we move. Your professional mover will have more tips of how to make your move seamless.

7 Helpful Pointers For An Easier Move
For those who have yet to embrace the minimalist lifestyle, moving can be an incredibly difficult process. With so many items to move and such a short time to do it, the idea of packing up and heading to a new residence is often overwhelming. But thanks to these helpful pointers, you can make moving easy and avoid many of the common pitfalls that keep homeowners from being able to execute a move in a stress free fashion. Avoid the chaos typically associated with moving day by reading on to learn more. 1. Start Getting Organized Early A typical mistake that is made by a would be mover? Waiting until the very last minute to start getting organized. In most instances, homeowners have plenty of time to plan their move, so there is no need to pack up and leave in a major hurry. You'll have at least 30 days to formulate a plan, if not more, so use the time wisely. To get started, write down a list of all the tasks that need to be completed before the move and get down to brass tacks. For an added organizational boost, itemize the list and break down the project into digestible chunks. The less you have to do as the date draws nearer, the less stress you will feel. 2. Decide How You Will Move One of the most important components to a move is deciding on the strategy that you are going to deploy. Maybe you're fortunate enough to have a small load and some kindly friends who will help you lug everything from point A to point B. On the other hand, the majority of those who are moving are unable to transport all of their worldly possessions from one residence to the next. That's why moving companies are important. Take the time to speak to a variety of different moving companies, so that you can compare prices and services. These companies are especially useful for larger families and people who are moving long distance. 3. Feel Free To Purge Guess what? You are not going to need everything that is currently taking up space inside of your residence and moving presents a great opportunity to significantly reduce the amount of clutter that you'll be taking along for the ride. Feel free to seize the day and purge away! Any item that is not going to be absolutely essential to your daily living at the new house should be thrown away or donated. Get rid of all the items that you no longer use, as this will significantly reduce the workload for the movers and allow you to make some extra cash by holding a garage sale or selling items on eBay or Craigslist. 4. Take an Inventory Items are easily lost or misplaced during a move, which can cause a great deal of added agitation and lead to additional expenditures that are better off being avoided. As you begin the process of packing everything away, be sure to take an inventory of each item, so that you know exactly what you have and what you are leaving behind.

Moving Companies, What Happens Behind The Scenes?
Whether moving into a new home in your current town or changing locations all together, your moving company will be a big factor in the move. Perhaps you are moving in Temecula is much like moving in Fallbrook or moving in Winchester. Most towns within 100 miles of the moving from destinations will face the same types of challenges. However, these challenges will vary depending on the season, time, and weather. So how does one prepare? This is where the moving company you choose makes a big difference. Many people assume that the business of moving is easy. That is far from the truth. The fact of the matter is, many moving companies assume the same thing and those are the ones who fail! What goes on behind the scenes of a moving company takes skill, training, and experience. It is this level of experience and skill that makes your move a successful one. From the time you book your movers until the final box is unloaded and they leave your property, professionals are working on your project. Legal responsibilities The first thing to consider is the legal responsibilities of a moving company. These are different (though just as important as) the professional and ethical responsibilities. In the state of California, the company must be registered with The California Public Utilities Commission. They must be insured and their equipment must meet certain standards. They should have all licenses, registration and certifications available to the customers. The movers should be bonded, insured and pass a detailed background check to insure the safety of the customers and their families. Trucks and Equipment All the trucks and equipment used by the moving company must be well maintained. They should arrive clean, in good repair and regularly inspected. A customer should be very concerned if movers show up in a truck that is not clean and in good running order. Behind the scenes of the moving company, professionals are seeing to every detail of their equipment on a daily basis. The moving company should have adequate equipment to get the job done. Two-wheelers are necessary as well as straps, coverings and enough people to efficiently do the job. In some cases the moving company will be packing and moving, in other cases they simply move the items you have packed. In either case the moving company will be able to provide a list of what they provide. Training Movers have a very physically demanding job. They must be in very good condition. They must be healthy and able to lift heavy objects. But is that enough? NO! An automobile mechanic that changes tires is strong; that doesn’t mean he is to be trusted with an heirloom china cabinet. Movers must be well trained and they take that training very seriously. Movers are trained in how to work individually and as a team to properly pick up, load and unload belongings. Behind the scenes the professionals are constantly evaluating the physical conditions of the movers they employ. There is no down time. During slow periods they are usually required to maintain a fitness routine. Their training is always cutting edge and when a mover is not at top form, a moving company cannot afford to take a risk with him. In that case, he will be placed in a non-mover position until he is able to perform to the standards they require. In House Professionals There is an entire team of people working in the office for the consumer while the move is taking place. They are monitoring the weather conditions, traffic conditions, construction sites and mapping alternate routes in the event of a delay. They are in contact with the movers during every phase of the move. If something is going wrong, they have a backup plan. Perhaps they are making a move from Murrieta to Menifee and when they arrive, the homeowners have discovered that when the power was turned on in the new home, there was a broken water pipe and the kitchen and bath are flooded. Of course the flood must be dealt with before the move can continue, and the movers cannot sit in the drive for the hours or days it takes to correct the issue and clean up the water. The people at the office are experts at dealing with emergencies. They probably have the locations and information on storage units in the town. They are behind the scenes preparing for whatever may happen. Paper Work If it seems too good to be true, it probably is too good to be true! If the moving company has not given you a written estimate and a contract that spells out what is their and your responsibility and instead quotes you a ridiculously low price on a handshake; walk away. Moving companies are a business. Their expertise, equipment, time and materials have a cost associated with them. They must cover those costs to make a living. Consequently, they must be able to properly determine how much it will cost to move someone. They know how much the fuel will cost, the labor will cost

Three Unique, Creative Moving Tips To Give You Peace Of Mind
Moving Day: the phrase itself can send waves of stress through your body as you think about all of the countless things you have to get done – and on a time crunch! No matter how much you have prepped, how many things you have “checked off” your list, how many hours you’ve spent preparing, there are still things that can go wrong and throw you into a frenzy. How can one prepare for a successful moving day, eliminating all those unforeseen issues? There are several unique ways someone can successfully prepare for a moving day which most people don’t tend to think about beforehand. First, prepare emotionally. Whether or not you loved your last property, there are several memories tied up in the place of living. Take your time to say goodbye to any neighbors, friends, or roommates who you were especially fond of ahead of time, so that on the day of moving, you are not stressed out by having to process goodbyes as well as keep all of your details in order. It’s especially important to remember this when you’ve hired movers as you may feel pressured to communicate with them rather than your loved ones. Spend some time saying goodbye before you’ve started loading and unloading trucks so your emotional energy can be spent on getting the move taken care of on that day. This includes saying goodbye to the house and property as well. In addition to thoroughly cleaning and clearing out your old property, take care of any unfinished business with the landlord, homeowner’s association, or neighbors if you have them before moving. Spend some time enjoying the things and places you loved at your old property. If you disliked your old property, take some time to write a gracious critique to your landlord or rental group so they can improve for the next tenant. Snap some photos to remember your old place by before you start packing boxes, that way you will remember your home the way it was when you lived in it. Take time to appreciate and remember your property for what it was, allowing yourself to completely focus on moving day. Secondly, when packing boxes, it is important to pack strategically. Try to group things by the frequency in which you use them. Pack the items you use infrequently first as you probably won’t need them to continue your move with, and you won’t be tearing into other boxes trying to find those things at your new property the moment you get there. When you move boxes into your new property, set them down in the actual room for which they belong. If you have a box of dishes, don’t leave them in the living room, leave them in the kitchen for quicker unpacking. If you have toys for your child, move them into their new room so as to not mix them up with other siblings’ items or your items. If you pack in a way that allows you to unpack more quickly, you will be able to start feeling like your new property really is your new home a lot faster. If you are moving into a smaller property, it may be necessary to place some of your things in a storage facility. Plan accordingly. Research local storage facility costs and locations ahead of time, so that if you run out of space while unpacking you have a back-up plan. Many storage facility units require a deposit or an application fee ahead of time and will not let you start storing items if you have not gone through this process. Take care of this ahead of time when anticipating a need for more space, even if you won’t need the storage unit for long. This will keep you from having boxes of items stashed in your living room, cluttering your space. Third, understand your moving company’s areas, policies, and fees. It would be a headache to have a plan mapped out with a moving group that doesn’t move to your new area, or who has hidden fees. Choose a company that is easy to understand and who can move you to your new destination. For example, if you live in Temecula, CA, you will easily be able to find a good moving company that would move you to any surrounding city, within a 100 mile distance of Temecula. However, if you plan to do a cross country move, it will be most important to make sure you find a company who can take you that distance. Always be sure to understand the radius mileage for moving companies before you hire them. If you are moving in Murrieta, moving in Wildomar, moving in Fallbrook, moving in Menifee, or moving in Winchester, a good company to look for would be a company that moves in Temecula, as each of those cities are included in Temecula’s surrounding cities. Sit down with the company and get a quote, so you can have a point of reference for your budget. Talk to them about how they work and how involved in the process they are willing to be. Find a company that is easy to understand, transparent with their costs, as well as within your moving radius. With this in mind, you will not have any surprises sprung on you with the movers you have chosen.

Preparing To Move; Check List
Moving is a big job. But you can make it much easier if you take action ahead of time and begin the tasks according to a check list. This ensures that nothing is overlooked or forgotten. Before beginning, a “Moving Binder” should be created. This binder should have the check-lists, copies of all the documents pertaining to the move (such as contract with the moving company, change of address cards, and important phone numbers). Also have some pockets in the binder for receipts and a zippered pencil case for spare keys, or anything else that may come up. This binder should be with you during the two months before the move so you are never caught unprepared. Two Months Before The Move Begin getting estimates and checking out the moving companies in your area. Ask for estimates in writing and check the credentials of the company. The moving company should be located near the point you are moving from and a company that works in the area you are moving to. For example if you are moving from Temecula and moving to Wildomar, you want a moving company that works in both areas. This means they are familiar with the areas and will have no problem getting around if the unexpected happens. Have a yard sale, or donate anything your family does not use to charity. Do not waste valuable time or space moving something that has not been utilized for months. General rule is if it has not been used in six months, donate it. While taking inventory also take note of anything that requires special attention, This would be like antiques or collectables. Anything you will want to pack with special care. Make sure you have all your children’s school records where they are easily gotten to and contact the schools to transfer their records to the new school. Also check out any after school programs you need to register for as well as day care centers. Six Weeks Before If the moving company is going to pack and/or unpack for you, check with them on the supplies. If you need supplies (and you do) order them and have them ready. This includes , tape, packing boxes, sharpies, color coded labels and specialty containers. Start using up everything you can. Use foods that are in the kitchen or freezer, use up shampoos and toiletries. Use everything you can so you do not have to move it. Take care of any medical appointments that need to be addressed and advise doctors if records will need to be transferred. Fill any prescriptions and advise your pharmacy if refills need to be sent to the new town. One Month Before Finalize arrangements with your moving company and confirm the dates. Begin packing items you will not need right away. This includes seasonal clothes, holiday decorations, storage items and things from the attic or basement. If you are going to place any of these items in storage, rent your storage facility. Purchase a lock safe for valuables and begin to transfer important documents, jewelry, and other items inside that you will personally transfer. Make sure all boxes are clearly marked with the content and where they will be placed in the new home. Use color coded labels to mark different rooms. Put in your change of address with the . Advise your employer, bank and insurance companies of your move. Two Weeks Before Confirm with your moving company and verify details. Arrange with your place of employment any time off work needed. If you have young children, confirm your arrangements. Week Of Moving Make sure your payment is taken care of with your mover. Prepare to have an emergency credit card or cash available in the event that you need to take care of something unexpected. (Pizza delivery is a good idea on moving night at the new house.) Defrost the freezer and clean out all appliances. Pack a weekend type bag for every member of the family and stash it in your car. Make sure prescriptions, contact lense cases, glasses, charges and toiletries are included. If you have small children include snacks and books or small toys to keep them busy. Review your supplies and make sure you have everything you need. Review your moving binder to make sure you have all your checklist items completed. Contact power company and make final arrangements for and turn on of power. Take the car in for a wash, fill up, oil change or anything else that is needed so you do not have car issues on moving day. Check the weather in the town you are moving from and to to insure you are prepared for rain or extreme temperatures. If you are donating any old furniture to charity, arrange the pick up now. Let someone know your itinerary. (provide them with a list of phone numbers that could be needed.) If you are having a cleaning service come in after the move to prepare the house you are exiting, confirm your arrangements.

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Five Great Tips For Moving With Children
Moving is a large step for anyone, even kids. First, leading up to the move, make sure to include them in the plans by clearly explaining why, when, and where you’ll be moving. If possible, show them the new house or apartment before you move. The older the child, the more help they can be. Giving them a box or two and asking them to pack up their own room can make a child really feel like they are contributing to the move. Of course, make sure to check the boxes and lend a hand if they need it! Second, On moving day, see if it’s possible to get the kids out of the house for the day. Moving can be tough enough, but add in a few cranky children and it becomes nearly impossible! Even a well-behaved child can be a safety risk in a house full of movers and heavy furniture. So Start by taking them to school or day care, but make sure to explain if they will be going home to a different house than the one they left in the morning. If the move will also be taking place before or after school, see if they can spend time with a friend or family member. If school is not in session, try to place them in a camp or other full-day activity. This will keep them out of your hair as you go about the moving process. You’ll be thankful for one less responsibility on moving day! Third, If you have to have your child around, make sure to keep them occupied. A curious child and home filled with fragile and precarious boxes is not a good mix. When packing, make sure to leave out a “Kiddie Kit” with toys, games, and other activities. Choose simple things that will keep them occupied. A small electronic device or coloring book, depending on your child’s interests, are both great options. Fourth, Something that often gets forgotten on moving day is food. In the hustle and bustle of moving and traveling, remembering to eat and drink can be left behind. Your children also need to be fed and watered. When packing, keep some snacks out and fill a few water bottles to make sure they do not get too hungry or thirsty throughout the moving process. Fifth, when you arrive at the new home or apartment, start by showing your child around. It’s important that they feel secure in their new environment. Take time to explain their room, the kitchen, and other areas where they will be spending a lot of time. Also note any safety hazards and areas that will be off limits. If you are moving into a busier neighborhood or new situation, explain the differences to your child. This will help conclude the moving process and allow them to smoothly adjust to the new environment!

You And The Experience Of Moving
Where you live is considered a part of who you are, so when the decision is made to move out, it not only tests your ability to pack up your life but also to hold true to where you came from and had lived your life. From Seattle to New York, Cambridge to Ibiza, you are you and no packed up material possession defines that. The point is that there is a personal side to moving that is worth considering. If it is your first time moving, you may have thought that you have a significantly sophisticated and complex understanding of who you are. All of that changes when you relocate from your natural community where you do feel comfortable enough to explore such ideas like identity and society. Suddenly you have a new perspective to take in and add to the equation. Sometimes that new perspective turns your whole world of assumptions and single stories rightfully upside down. The change can be a beneficial and healthy experience for the open minded or a terrible one for those set on their pre-conceived notions and expectations of what is to come. The only difference is being well aware that moving truly is a changing of perspective. After some time if you reflect on your identity before and after your move you will be fascinated to see that you are not your old self, you have become someone who is wiser to have experienced different cultures by treating them as equally valid ways of life. In fact, this is some people live their lives. They wish to have an idea of what the culture of humanity as a whole is like and dedicate their life to seeking that idea out from experiencing Canada to the Middle East (they likely have less luggage, however). From this, they learn truths, gain wisdom, live life, and probably find a special someone along the way. Take the original example, for instance, of moving from somewhere like Cambridge where your whole life is an academic montage (not saying all are who live there are living one) to the nightlife of myth. It benefits or helps nobody to reject such a cultural change; you only have to remember where you are from and how that shaped who you are to be able to adapt and contribute to your new community. In reflection, it is all about living your life and never forgetting where you have been. If you forget where you have been, you lose a piece of what makes you, you. So that, in the end, is the worst fate anyone could have: The fate that was had but was forgotten. Moving is an excellent experience and part of life if you let it.

Helpful Tips To Make Your Move Easier
Moving is a big job. Hiring a professional mover is a wise choice. But there are things you should do to ensure everything is moved efficiently and quickly and with as little effort as possible on your part. In interviews with professional movers in the Temecula California area, we have identified some common errors that are easily avoided with proper planning. Do not start with the items you use daily. This is a problem that few people notice until all of their belongings are in their new home and they cannot find their toothbrush or shoes for work. Have the movers move your stored items first. This would be things like holiday decorations, next season clothing, the box of baby clothes you are saving. Basically, the items you keep in the basement, attic or storage closet. Work your way to the kitchen items and your clothes and things that you use every day. When the truck is unloaded the daily items come off first so you are not digging through seasonal stuff trying to find things you need. Allow enough time! A weekend day on the last day of the month may look good to you for moving but consider this; that same day looks good for most people who are moving. This means it is a very busy time for moving companies. In order to keep your stress level down, consider if you can move on another day. If you simply cannot move on another day; book your movers well in advance. Make sure you call to confirm the week before and do not underestimate how much time your move will take. Hire a sitter! People think it is a good idea to move on a day when children are out of school. This means they do not have to stop and pick them up and the children can “help”. Do yourself a favor and hire a sitter to take care of the children until you are ready to take them to the new home. Movers “move” (no pun intended). While carrying boxes and two-wheelers and furniture, a child can be easily hurt if they run in front of a mover who cannot see them. They will interrupt you to be fed, to get a drink, to go to the bathroom and to help them pack. You will find everything will go easier for you if you have someone to care for the children. Pack a bag! Pack a bag for each member of the family that would equal a three day weekend. Include toiletries, medications, clothes, and essentials like blow dryers and cell phone chargers. Keep these weekenders bags in your car. When your truck is unloaded and you find yourself in your sea of moving boxes, you may discover that you are too tired to dig through boxes so you can get everyone ready for bed. These overnight bags are a lifesaver. Keep valuables with you! Jewelry, IPads, Laptops, important documents such as birth records should be kept with you to prevent anything from getting lost or damaged. A portable safe is inexpensive and easily placed in the trunk of your car. Though you will probably have insurance on everything, money cannot replace things like your grandmother’s wedding ring or your wedding pictures. If it is personal keep it close to you. These simple tips can take away the frustration that all of us feel when we move. Your professional mover will have more tips of how to make your move seamless.

7 Helpful Pointers For An Easier Move
For those who have yet to embrace the minimalist lifestyle, moving can be an incredibly difficult process. With so many items to move and such a short time to do it, the idea of packing up and heading to a new residence is often overwhelming. But thanks to these helpful pointers, you can make moving easy and avoid many of the common pitfalls that keep homeowners from being able to execute a move in a stress free fashion. Avoid the chaos typically associated with moving day by reading on to learn more. 1. Start Getting Organized Early A typical mistake that is made by a would be mover? Waiting until the very last minute to start getting organized. In most instances, homeowners have plenty of time to plan their move, so there is no need to pack up and leave in a major hurry. You'll have at least 30 days to formulate a plan, if not more, so use the time wisely. To get started, write down a list of all the tasks that need to be completed before the move and get down to brass tacks. For an added organizational boost, itemize the list and break down the project into digestible chunks. The less you have to do as the date draws nearer, the less stress you will feel. 2. Decide How You Will Move One of the most important components to a move is deciding on the strategy that you are going to deploy. Maybe you're fortunate enough to have a small load and some kindly friends who will help you lug everything from point A to point B. On the other hand, the majority of those who are moving are unable to transport all of their worldly possessions from one residence to the next. That's why moving companies are important. Take the time to speak to a variety of different moving companies, so that you can compare prices and services. These companies are especially useful for larger families and people who are moving long distance. 3. Feel Free To Purge Guess what? You are not going to need everything that is currently taking up space inside of your residence and moving presents a great opportunity to significantly reduce the amount of clutter that you'll be taking along for the ride. Feel free to seize the day and purge away! Any item that is not going to be absolutely essential to your daily living at the new house should be thrown away or donated. Get rid of all the items that you no longer use, as this will significantly reduce the workload for the movers and allow you to make some extra cash by holding a garage sale or selling items on eBay or Craigslist. 4. Take an Inventory Items are easily lost or misplaced during a move, which can cause a great deal of added agitation and lead to additional expenditures that are better off being avoided. As you begin the process of packing everything away, be sure to take an inventory of each item, so that you know exactly what you have and what you are leaving behind.

Moving Companies, What Happens Behind The Scenes?
Whether moving into a new home in your current town or changing locations all together, your moving company will be a big factor in the move. Perhaps you are moving in Temecula is much like moving in Fallbrook or moving in Winchester. Most towns within 100 miles of the moving from destinations will face the same types of challenges. However, these challenges will vary depending on the season, time, and weather. So how does one prepare? This is where the moving company you choose makes a big difference. Many people assume that the business of moving is easy. That is far from the truth. The fact of the matter is, many moving companies assume the same thing and those are the ones who fail! What goes on behind the scenes of a moving company takes skill, training, and experience. It is this level of experience and skill that makes your move a successful one. From the time you book your movers until the final box is unloaded and they leave your property, professionals are working on your project. Legal responsibilities The first thing to consider is the legal responsibilities of a moving company. These are different (though just as important as) the professional and ethical responsibilities. In the state of California, the company must be registered with The California Public Utilities Commission. They must be insured and their equipment must meet certain standards. They should have all licenses, registration and certifications available to the customers. The movers should be bonded, insured and pass a detailed background check to insure the safety of the customers and their families. Trucks and Equipment All the trucks and equipment used by the moving company must be well maintained. They should arrive clean, in good repair and regularly inspected. A customer should be very concerned if movers show up in a truck that is not clean and in good running order. Behind the scenes of the moving company, professionals are seeing to every detail of their equipment on a daily basis. The moving company should have adequate equipment to get the job done. Two-wheelers are necessary as well as straps, coverings and enough people to efficiently do the job. In some cases the moving company will be packing and moving, in other cases they simply move the items you have packed. In either case the moving company will be able to provide a list of what they provide. Training Movers have a very physically demanding job. They must be in very good condition. They must be healthy and able to lift heavy objects. But is that enough? NO! An automobile mechanic that changes tires is strong; that doesn’t mean he is to be trusted with an heirloom china cabinet. Movers must be well trained and they take that training very seriously. Movers are trained in how to work individually and as a team to properly pick up, load and unload belongings. Behind the scenes the professionals are constantly evaluating the physical conditions of the movers they employ. There is no down time. During slow periods they are usually required to maintain a fitness routine. Their training is always cutting edge and when a mover is not at top form, a moving company cannot afford to take a risk with him. In that case, he will be placed in a non-mover position until he is able to perform to the standards they require. In House Professionals There is an entire team of people working in the office for the consumer while the move is taking place. They are monitoring the weather conditions, traffic conditions, construction sites and mapping alternate routes in the event of a delay. They are in contact with the movers during every phase of the move. If something is going wrong, they have a backup plan. Perhaps they are making a move from Murrieta to Menifee and when they arrive, the homeowners have discovered that when the power was turned on in the new home, there was a broken water pipe and the kitchen and bath are flooded. Of course the flood must be dealt with before the move can continue, and the movers cannot sit in the drive for the hours or days it takes to correct the issue and clean up the water. The people at the office are experts at dealing with emergencies. They probably have the locations and information on storage units in the town. They are behind the scenes preparing for whatever may happen. Paper Work If it seems too good to be true, it probably is too good to be true! If the moving company has not given you a written estimate and a contract that spells out what is their and your responsibility and instead quotes you a ridiculously low price on a handshake; walk away. Moving companies are a business. Their expertise, equipment, time and materials have a cost associated with them. They must cover those costs to make a living. Consequently, they must be able to properly determine how much it will cost to move someone. They know how much the fuel will cost, the labor will cost

Three Unique, Creative Moving Tips To Give You Peace Of Mind
Moving Day: the phrase itself can send waves of stress through your body as you think about all of the countless things you have to get done – and on a time crunch! No matter how much you have prepped, how many things you have “checked off” your list, how many hours you’ve spent preparing, there are still things that can go wrong and throw you into a frenzy. How can one prepare for a successful moving day, eliminating all those unforeseen issues? There are several unique ways someone can successfully prepare for a moving day which most people don’t tend to think about beforehand. First, prepare emotionally. Whether or not you loved your last property, there are several memories tied up in the place of living. Take your time to say goodbye to any neighbors, friends, or roommates who you were especially fond of ahead of time, so that on the day of moving, you are not stressed out by having to process goodbyes as well as keep all of your details in order. It’s especially important to remember this when you’ve hired movers as you may feel pressured to communicate with them rather than your loved ones. Spend some time saying goodbye before you’ve started loading and unloading trucks so your emotional energy can be spent on getting the move taken care of on that day. This includes saying goodbye to the house and property as well. In addition to thoroughly cleaning and clearing out your old property, take care of any unfinished business with the landlord, homeowner’s association, or neighbors if you have them before moving. Spend some time enjoying the things and places you loved at your old property. If you disliked your old property, take some time to write a gracious critique to your landlord or rental group so they can improve for the next tenant. Snap some photos to remember your old place by before you start packing boxes, that way you will remember your home the way it was when you lived in it. Take time to appreciate and remember your property for what it was, allowing yourself to completely focus on moving day. Secondly, when packing boxes, it is important to pack strategically. Try to group things by the frequency in which you use them. Pack the items you use infrequently first as you probably won’t need them to continue your move with, and you won’t be tearing into other boxes trying to find those things at your new property the moment you get there. When you move boxes into your new property, set them down in the actual room for which they belong. If you have a box of dishes, don’t leave them in the living room, leave them in the kitchen for quicker unpacking. If you have toys for your child, move them into their new room so as to not mix them up with other siblings’ items or your items. If you pack in a way that allows you to unpack more quickly, you will be able to start feeling like your new property really is your new home a lot faster. If you are moving into a smaller property, it may be necessary to place some of your things in a storage facility. Plan accordingly. Research local storage facility costs and locations ahead of time, so that if you run out of space while unpacking you have a back-up plan. Many storage facility units require a deposit or an application fee ahead of time and will not let you start storing items if you have not gone through this process. Take care of this ahead of time when anticipating a need for more space, even if you won’t need the storage unit for long. This will keep you from having boxes of items stashed in your living room, cluttering your space. Third, understand your moving company’s areas, policies, and fees. It would be a headache to have a plan mapped out with a moving group that doesn’t move to your new area, or who has hidden fees. Choose a company that is easy to understand and who can move you to your new destination. For example, if you live in Temecula, CA, you will easily be able to find a good moving company that would move you to any surrounding city, within a 100 mile distance of Temecula. However, if you plan to do a cross country move, it will be most important to make sure you find a company who can take you that distance. Always be sure to understand the radius mileage for moving companies before you hire them. If you are moving in Murrieta, moving in Wildomar, moving in Fallbrook, moving in Menifee, or moving in Winchester, a good company to look for would be a company that moves in Temecula, as each of those cities are included in Temecula’s surrounding cities. Sit down with the company and get a quote, so you can have a point of reference for your budget. Talk to them about how they work and how involved in the process they are willing to be. Find a company that is easy to understand, transparent with their costs, as well as within your moving radius. With this in mind, you will not have any surprises sprung on you with the movers you have chosen.

Preparing To Move; Check List
Moving is a big job. But you can make it much easier if you take action ahead of time and begin the tasks according to a check list. This ensures that nothing is overlooked or forgotten. Before beginning, a “Moving Binder” should be created. This binder should have the check-lists, copies of all the documents pertaining to the move (such as contract with the moving company, change of address cards, and important phone numbers). Also have some pockets in the binder for receipts and a zippered pencil case for spare keys, or anything else that may come up. This binder should be with you during the two months before the move so you are never caught unprepared. Two Months Before The Move Begin getting estimates and checking out the moving companies in your area. Ask for estimates in writing and check the credentials of the company. The moving company should be located near the point you are moving from and a company that works in the area you are moving to. For example if you are moving from Temecula and moving to Wildomar, you want a moving company that works in both areas. This means they are familiar with the areas and will have no problem getting around if the unexpected happens. Have a yard sale, or donate anything your family does not use to charity. Do not waste valuable time or space moving something that has not been utilized for months. General rule is if it has not been used in six months, donate it. While taking inventory also take note of anything that requires special attention, This would be like antiques or collectables. Anything you will want to pack with special care. Make sure you have all your children’s school records where they are easily gotten to and contact the schools to transfer their records to the new school. Also check out any after school programs you need to register for as well as day care centers. Six Weeks Before If the moving company is going to pack and/or unpack for you, check with them on the supplies. If you need supplies (and you do) order them and have them ready. This includes , tape, packing boxes, sharpies, color coded labels and specialty containers. Start using up everything you can. Use foods that are in the kitchen or freezer, use up shampoos and toiletries. Use everything you can so you do not have to move it. Take care of any medical appointments that need to be addressed and advise doctors if records will need to be transferred. Fill any prescriptions and advise your pharmacy if refills need to be sent to the new town. One Month Before Finalize arrangements with your moving company and confirm the dates. Begin packing items you will not need right away. This includes seasonal clothes, holiday decorations, storage items and things from the attic or basement. If you are going to place any of these items in storage, rent your storage facility. Purchase a lock safe for valuables and begin to transfer important documents, jewelry, and other items inside that you will personally transfer. Make sure all boxes are clearly marked with the content and where they will be placed in the new home. Use color coded labels to mark different rooms. Put in your change of address with the . Advise your employer, bank and insurance companies of your move. Two Weeks Before Confirm with your moving company and verify details. Arrange with your place of employment any time off work needed. If you have young children, confirm your arrangements. Week Of Moving Make sure your payment is taken care of with your mover. Prepare to have an emergency credit card or cash available in the event that you need to take care of something unexpected. (Pizza delivery is a good idea on moving night at the new house.) Defrost the freezer and clean out all appliances. Pack a weekend type bag for every member of the family and stash it in your car. Make sure prescriptions, contact lense cases, glasses, charges and toiletries are included. If you have small children include snacks and books or small toys to keep them busy. Review your supplies and make sure you have everything you need. Review your moving binder to make sure you have all your checklist items completed. Contact power company and make final arrangements for and turn on of power. Take the car in for a wash, fill up, oil change or anything else that is needed so you do not have car issues on moving day. Check the weather in the town you are moving from and to to insure you are prepared for rain or extreme temperatures. If you are donating any old furniture to charity, arrange the pick up now. Let someone know your itinerary. (provide them with a list of phone numbers that could be needed.) If you are having a cleaning service come in after the move to prepare the house you are exiting, confirm your arrangements.

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