Moving locally in Winnipeg

Moving Locally In Winnipeg: What To Consider Before You Move In Together

Moving locally in Winnipeg, taking the next step Whether you are moving locally in Winnipeg to move  in with a new roommate, or moving locally in Winnipeg to move in with a significant other, there are lots of changes that happen when you move in with someone and combine two households. You may have duplicates and even triplicates of certain …

Long distance move across Canada

Long Distance Move Across Canada: Protecting Your Art Investments

Packing Art – Part 2 Sculptures and non-wall art can be difficult items to transport during your long distance move across Canada. Depending on how fragile your piece is and what it is made of, there are a couple of different ways that you can protect your investment during a long distance move across Canada. While packing any sculptures or …

move long distance in Canada

Move Long Distance In Canada: Preparing Your Artwork For Moving

How to Move Your Framed Art Safely When you have invested in art, financially as a collector, or with your time as an artist, as you move long distance in Canada, packing and transporting of your items is a serious undertaking that needs to be dealt with carefully and precisely. Art restoration is a costly and time-consuming process that any …

International move from Canada

International Move From Canada: 6 Ways To Overcome Reverse Culture Shock

  Reverse Culture Shock If you’re someone who has moved away from home for an extended period of time, either to another part of the country, or another country entirely, you may have some experience in reverse culture shock. While reverse culture shock typically isn’t associated with moving to another city within your country, it can certainly happen. For the …

the purpose of a move coordinator

The Purpose Of A Move Coordinator: Making Your Move Flow Smoothly

What is the purpose of a Move Coordinator? Who are these people and what exactly do they do? The moving industry, like many industries has a lot of industry slang, and industry specific terms. One of the terms that is often mis-understood is what is a move coordinator? It is not uncommon for someone moving, to not know where to …

prepare your home office for a move

Prepare Your Home Office For A Move: 6 Things You Need To Consider Before Move Day

What you need to consider While moving can be challenging for most families, having one or more family members who work from home can add another layer of complexity to the move.  Not only are you uprooting where you live, but also where you work as well. While working at home certainly has it privileges like a short commute, moving …

preparing for a last minute move

Preparing For A Last Minute Move: How To Get Ready In A Hurry

Preparing for a last minute move While giving yourself lots of time to prepare for a move is ideal, the reality is, that you don’t always know that you’re going to need to move until it’s time to move. For example, you have been searching for a new job for a couple of months. All of a sudden, you find …

moving long distance in Canada

Moving Long Distance In Canada: Beware The Move Broker

The dangers of hiring a move broker Moving long distance in Canada can be overwhelming, especially when you consider all the tasks that go along with your move preparation. One of the tasks that needs to be completed when moving long distance in Canada is finding a mover. While moving yourself may seem like a great way to save money, …

Packing for your upcoming move

Packing For Your Upcoming Move: Trust The Pros

Benefits of using a professional packer It has been said that moving is one of the top 3 most stressful events in a person’s life. Two specific parts of the move that that typically provide the most stress are the planning and preparation for the move. Preparation includes decluttering and packing for your upcoming move. While the decluttering portion of …

fall move in Winnipeg

Fall Move In Winnipeg: What You Need To Know

How to Prepare for a Fall Move The labor day weekend has passed. Your kids just left your home on the first day of school. You grab a cup of coffee, and sit down on the couch for some quiet time. You pick up your iPad and for kicks and giggles, you take a look at MLS. As chance would …