As quick and easy as a Bellhops move is, however, your move can go even more smoothly if you take a few steps to get ready for our visit. Take a quick look at our handy moving checklist or any steps you may have overlooked, and then consider these tips to help you prepare for your Bellhops movers.
The holiday season draws to an end. And then you begin a new year. Packing and organizing your Christmas decorations can feel like a chore. We have several tips to make repacking and storing your decorations easy.
Moving is a great chance to declutter. It’s like that old question: What would you grab if your house was on fire? But with moving, luckily, the fire is nice and slow. You have a few days, weeks or even months to grab everything you cherish and leave the rest.
If you listen closely on the day after Thanksgiving, you can hear the sound of pumpkins and gourd decor getting put back into boxes for another year.
A Helpful Guide Through Common Challenges
So you’ve moved into your new tiny house.
The minimalist adventure has begun. But you still may not have years of tiny-living experience to help you move wisely through this new lifestyle.
So you are all moved into your new home and you’re trying to figure out how you’re going to spend the first Saturday you’ve had in months that doesn’t have to be dedicated to packing. You decide that today is the day you’re going to grab your work gloves and knock out your very first DIY Backyard project (or four).
Storage units are more available than ever. If you’ve never rented one, doing so during a move can be a total game-changer. Just like hiring Bellhops, renting a storage unit takes the pressure off of you.
We move a lot of stuff (a lot of stuff), and we've seen just how many expensive items can fill an apartment. Furnishing your apartment can be intimidating—and especially when you're on a budget.