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Moishe's Moving and Storage Launches New Website for NYC - We've been working for months and are happy to announce the launch of our new website. Please check it out!

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Moishe's Self Storage - Brooklyn / Queens - Moishes provides self storage and mobile storage portable units in New York, New Jersey, Chicago, Brooklyn and Queens.

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Moishe's Self Storage | Mini storage in New York, Brooklyn, Queens - Moishes provides self storage and mobile storage portable units in New York, New Jersey, Chicago, Brooklyn and Queens.

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Finding the Right New York City Neighborhood - Moving is an inevitable part of life, especially in our city—rent prices go up, circumstances change, family sizes grow or shrink and before one knows it, it’s time to find an apartment again. Prospective movers first need to decide on a neighborhood. To do so here are some things to consider: Proximity to TransportationIf you take public transportation, and most New Yorkers do, you probably want to make sure the neighborhood you’re considering has a decent number of subway and bus line options. Look at an MTA map to find out what lines serve each neighborhood.AmenitiesAmenities like grocery stores, restaurants, cafes, gyms, rec centers, parks and the likes are important to many people. Of course, usually the better the amenities of a neighborhood, the higher the housing prices. See what’s important to you and decide accordingly.

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What to Do With Moving Boxes? - After a move you’re left a small mountain of used up moving boxes and bags and other supplies. In large homes you can put these items in the basement or in an extra room or closet but in most New York City apartments, they’ll just take up valuable space and will quickly be an eyesore. So what to do with them? Here are some ideas:  Give to Friends and FamilySend an email or put a call out on social media prior to moving day, letting friends and family know what kinds of supplies you have to give away. If anyone is interested you can arrange to have your boxes and other supplies picked up at a time convenient for you. Use for StorageIf you have storage space—either in your building or a rented unit at a facility—you can use the boxes for storing seasonal items like holiday decorations, toys or planters.  DonateSchools, churches and donating centers, like Goodwill and The Salvation Army, often need boxes for various purposes. Contact your local centers and organizations to see

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Tipping Your Movers: A Guide - In the American service industry tipping is customary—be it for getting a good haircut or to reward exceptional service at a restaurant.

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Save Money When Moving -  Moving costs can take a toll on one’s wallet—there’s the cost of movers, packing material and time away from work (making money), among others. But there are ways to trim your moving costs. Here are some tips:  Scavenge for BoxesIt’s nice to walk into a moving supply store and purchase brand new boxes for your move but it will cost you. Why not reuse boxes? Ask friends and neighbors, check out your recycling room for delivery boxes and peruse your local businesses—liquor stores tend to be a good bet. Not only will you be saving money, but you’ll also be more environmentally conscious. Book EarlySometimes the early bird really will get the worm—or in this case the early planner might get the better moving deal. Booking your movers and trucks way in advance of your relocation date might help you snag a discount. Pre PackIf you pack all your goods yourself, you won’t have to pay anyone to do it for you. Also, the more organized you are the faster the move will go, whi

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Low Maintenance Plants for Your New Home - No green thumb? No problem. Not being a natural with plants doesn’t mean your newly moved into home doesn’t deserve to have some greenery in it.

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Five Moving Mistakes to Avoid - Moving is hectic and often back breaking—between all the prep work and packing and the heavy lifting, most people find relocating nothing short of stressful. In the midst of all its craziness, there are some common mistakes we all make. Here are five to look out for and avoid during your relocation process:  Hiring Unprofessional MoversThe whole point of hiring professionals is to avoid a lot of the stress and strain of moving. Employing the help of those who are not pros in the business often leaves people with more stress than if they hadn’t hired anyone. The horror stories range from being ripped off to having items damaged or stolen. Save yourself trouble and find a reliable company to entrust with your belongings.

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Feng Shui Your Home - The Chinese art of harmonizing with one’s surroundings—known as Feng Shui—is said to purport harmony in the home and office.
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