Apartment moves require different types of services based on where they are situated, if stairs are involved, and access to a service elevator. Some moves will even incur extra fees.
How to Move into a Basement Apartment
Posted by Nicole La Capria on August 1, 2013
While basement apartments may conjure up the image of dank and dreary dwellings, many renters opt to take advantage of their often lower rental rates. You can often find a basement apartment with higher square-footage or in a high-cost area for less money per month than other...
How to Use a Service Elevator on Moving Day
Posted by Staff Writer on July 1, 2013
This guide is a brief tutorial that offers tips on how to use a service elevator when you are moving into a high-rise residence. With a little knowledge and manpower, the only way is up from here.
Using the Stairs When Moving Into Your New Apartment
Posted by Staff Writer on July 12, 2013
Just the sound of the title is exhausting. However, with no elevator
in your new apartment building there is no other choice but to climb. So while
you grin and bear it, make the timely and tiresome task a bit less daunting by
following some tips:
Check Stair Safety The...
Extra Charges for Apartment Moves
Posted by Staff Writer on June 28, 2013
All too often the final cost of moving does not match up to the first quote. There are a few reasons why companies can lawfully charge a customer more money after a move than they proposed before a move. Knowing these reasons is a matter of money and a lot of cash at that. This...
How to Move into a Studio Apartment
Posted by Nicole La Capria on June 4, 2014
Moving into a small studio apartment can be frustrating-there's no room for your stuff, you don't know what to take, and setting up or decorating the space seems impossible. Like any other move, planning and preparation is the key to stress-free success. Downsize your belongings...