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||Moving Tips & Guides|
Items Not Allowed on a Moving Truck |
Be sure to donate or properly dispose of any unwanted goods, and items you will not be able to transport on a commercial moving truck. Typically, movers will not move dangerous/hazardous items like chemicals or any machinery filled with gasoline, matches, explosives, ammunition aerosol cans, etc. Plants and animals will also need to be moved separately. It is not advised to put any personal documents on the moving truck like social security cards, deeds, stocks, car titles, etc.
Boston Moving Guide and Tips |
Boston is a diverse city with something different for people of all ages and tastes. Moving to a new city like Boston can be a challenging task, as it's difficult to adjust to life in a big city, never mind a big city that is strange and unfamiliar. But Boston will make you feel at home in no time, and you can also get a few helpful tips and pointers from this guide so you can be better prepared for your move to Boston and know what to expect when you arrive.
Know Your Paperwork |
Familiarizing yourself with the different pieces of paperwork you’ll need to have during your move will help keep you organized. Fill out all the appropriate forms as you go and make sure you keep copies.
Moving Budget Tips |
If you’re wondering how to save for your move, and you’re overwhelmed by the thought of how much your move is going to cost, it’s best to make a moving budget. Moving is expensive, so creating a budget for yourself and your family to stick to is of the utmost importance, and these tips will help you do just that.
Saving Money While Moving |
Moving can be expensive, but with some tricks up your sleeve you might save a few bucks. Reuse packing material or use alternative materials that you already have like towels and t-shirts for packing up fragile items. Move during the off-seasons of fall and winter. Write off some of your relocating expenses. Pack your own stuff – you won’t spend money on a service and you’ll be sure you packed everything. Downsizing your stuff will also help save you money. Most shipping companies charge by weig
|Recent Moving Reviews|
Golden Valley Van Lines
|I have moved 17 times in the past 22 years. Multi state trips and never had any missing items or damage, until Golden Valley Van Lines came along! Started with a phone call from Eddy who told us about being a family owned business, not like “the other guys”. The move was from Cheyenne WY to Seattle. We were told that our household goods would be stored in Seattle as they had a facility there. On to the move, pick-up day came and went before we got a call that their truck broke down outside Denver and they would arrive early the next day. In the afternoon the following day they showed up with a Penske truck. Their late arrival cost me 2 more days as I had to reschedule the carpet cleaners and others that were coming. We were told that all goods would be delivered within 7-10 days upon notice. I rented a home in the Seattle area and called them 10 days prior to move in date. The day is was to arrive we were told it would be the following weekend (another 7 days), but window was sometime between Saturday and Monday and they would call closer to delivery. We were now in a home with no furniture, dishes or anything. We called Christine (owners daughter) on Friday to ask what the delivery window looked like. (3 day weekend and grandchild only 250 miles away). Christine said to go, delivery would be on Tuesday. We left town and received a call from the movers that they would arrive Saturday morning. Explained what we had been told and told them we would be back on Monday. Driver stated that they could not deliver on our street and we would have to pay a $600 transfer fee. I explained that our street does not have load restrictions. (The previous owner parked his semi with 53’ box truck in front of the house during his lunch hour everyday) We were also told that payment had to be cash or postal money order at time of stop or delivery would be taken back. When movers arrived with the U-haul truck the driver refused cash and told me I had 30 minutes to get a postal money order or they would leave. Now we were told they were a contractor from NJ who was hired to hual our things from Denver. All large items in the move were damaged. Filed the claims with CSI in March of last year. Inputed weights were changed in the 9 months it took to process the claim and my leather topped desk with broken top only qualified for 25% damage by weight because it was ONLY cosmetic and still worked as a desk. They tried their best to wear us down. Final check, which didn’t cover one of the items was received in late December. They refused to discuss the extra $600 transfer fee. Worst.Move.Ever. While it is true they are family owned, the are only in reality a “Broker” for movers that are looking for work. Great communications until the goods were loaded then BOOM, hard time getting thru to anyone or to call you back. Would NOT recommend them for anything but lip service.|
|Review by : Ken
Edens Moving Services LLC
|Do not recommend!!! The booking and loading were positive experiences. However unloading was another story. We were the last off the truck and our pocessions were not secured and scattered like garbage in the truck. My husband's heavy duty toolbox that was locked up was knocked over and damaged,my child's bed was damaged and the mover placed broken pieces in child room with metal sticking out that we were injured on. Several items missing,including entire dresser contents. And now just realized my precious Christmas ornaments box also is missing. The mover also didn't want to place items where they go,just wanted to drop off in garage and leave. Do not use this company!!!!!!|
|Review by : Carie
G8 Van Lines
|Their movers actually performed like magicians. The way they were lifting and moving the heavy furniture was simply amazing to see. They were focused and they worked their heart out. I never saw such great commitment. Finally they were able to provide me a picture perfect move within the schedule and within my budget. I do admit that they are one of the finest in business and that eventually justified all those great reviews. These movers deserve every bit of praise.|
|Review by : Martin
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Moving to Wyoming?
When you think of wide open spaces, fresh air and natural, untouched wilderness, most of the time you're thinking of Wyoming, even if you don't realize it. The second least densely populated state in the country, you should have plenty of room to stretch out and enjoy the peace and quiet if you move to Wyoming. Unless you live near one of the few cities scattered throughout the state, chances are your nearest neighbor will be miles away.
With most of the state covered with wide open plains and mountain ranges, the state of Wyoming is full of beautiful western landscapes. The foothills of the Rocky Mountains are also located in the western portion of the state.
If you’re moving to Wyoming, there are a lot of things you’re going to need to know. Luckily, you’ve come to the right place.
Things to know when moving to Wyoming
- The varying elevations that can be found throughout Wyoming are the source of many different temperatures. The climate of Wyoming is mostly dry and windy, and is typically much colder than most other states as you increase in elevation. The winters in Wyoming can typically be snowy, with many ski areas being found throughout the state. The summers are hot, with temperatures usually ranging from 85 to 95 degrees Fahrenheit. The temperature in the summer will cool however as you increase your elevation. At night, the weather usually cools down significantly. On the whole, the weather in Wyoming can mostly be classified as mild for most of the year. (Helpful Link: Wyoming Weather)
- Registering your Car: Upon your arrival in the state of Wyoming as a resident, you must immediately update your registration and have your vehicle registered in the state in your name, along with a proof of insurance and the car's title, before you may be required to pay a penalty. (Helpful Link: Wyoming DMV)
- Obtaining a Wyoming Driver’s License: A Wyoming Driver’s License can be obtained at any Wyoming DMV location. The state requires new Wyoming residents to update their license from their previous state to a Wyoming driver’s license by applying for a new license. In order to do so, you must supply a form of identification, a completed application for a new license, your social security number and a $20 application fee.
- Real Estate: The average listing price for homes in Wyoming is $535,565, while the median sales price is just over $130,702. The Wyoming Association of Realtors is the official real estate resource for the state of Wyoming.
- Moving and Storage: If you are looking for a moving company or storage facility to help you with anything, you should check to make sure the company is registered with the United States Department of Transportation or with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. (Helpful Link: Wyoming State Moving Resource Page)
- The state superintendent of public instruction is in charge of directing the Wyoming state public education system. In addition, the school system is governed by the nine-member State Board of Education. The school system in Wyoming has been on par with other top states in recent years, and the state was a pioneer in developing the Wyoming School for the Deaf, until it unfortunately was forced to close in 2000. There is only one major university located in the state of Wyoming, and that is the University of Wyoming. (Helpful Link: Wyoming Schools)
As of 2011, Wyoming was ranked 8th out of 50 states in violent crime, with a total of less than 10 violent crimes for every 100,000 people in the state.
Economy of Wyoming
Because of its natural landscape and because of its abundance of natural resources, the economy of Wyoming is vastly different from most other states in the country. Most of Wyoming's state revenue and economy is generated by its mineral production. Some of the top mineral commodities that Wyoming produces are coal, natural gas, methane, crude oil, uranium and trona. Also, since 91 percent of the state is rural, agriculture also plays a major part in the state's economy. Lastly, travel and tourism is a rather large factor in Wyoming's revenue with millions of visitors coming to Yellowstone National Park every year.
- As of early 2012, the state of Wyoming had an unemployment rate of 7.6 percent, which is lower than the national average of 8.2 percent.
The median household income in the state of Wyoming is $53,802, while the average per capita income for the state is $27,860.
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