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For Residential Movers: How to Get to Know Your Neighborhood

For residential movers, the job of moving does not end with unpacking new boxes at the new home. Maybe you’re one of the lucky ones that once the neighbors saw the moving truck, they were at your doorstep—casserole dish in hand. More than likely, this wasn’t the case and you’ll have to reach out to […]

By |April 13th, 2017|BLOG|Comments Off on For Residential Movers: How to Get to Know Your Neighborhood

For Office Movers: Moving Overseas Made Easy

Office movers  are the kind people who are most likely to move overseas. Vancouver Mover has perfected a list of the basic stuff. An international move is a complicated affair. Consider these tips as places to start your research.

Find Employment

You’ll need work visas or permits, knowledge of the job market, an understanding of the city you’re […]

By |April 6th, 2017|BLOG|Comments Off on For Office Movers: Moving Overseas Made Easy

For Vancouver Movers: Tips for Moving With a Baby

If you are a Vancouver mover, you’d know juggling moving boxes and a crying infant at the same time isn’t going to be easy. To ensure a successful move, we recommend planning all of your relocation logistics and baby-proofing strategies ahead of time. Below, we’ve listed seven strategies and tips to consider when moving with […]

By |March 30th, 2017|BLOG|Comments Off on For Vancouver Movers: Tips for Moving With a Baby

Vancouver Mover: Moving House Checklist Template

Vancouver Mover suggests that you customize your Moving house checklist per your need. But the following would be great for reference.

4-6 weeks before moving

Book your removal company and choose carefully. Establish your budget, obtain a written quotation and establish moving transit insurance. 

Organize Contents and Household Insurance for your new home.

Notify Electoral Office […]

By |March 23rd, 2017|TIPS|Comments Off on Vancouver Mover: Moving House Checklist Template

Vancouver Mover’s Tips for Taking Apart, Moving and Reassembling Ikea Furniture

Vancouver Mover: Measure Up Your Ikea Furniture To Make Sure It Fits Into Your New Place
Vancouver Mover suggest that you visit the house or apartment you’re moving. Ensure that your current Ikea furniture will fit indeed. Take a tape measure to see if your furniture will physically fit into its new position. Also? Up staircase. […]

By |March 16th, 2017|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Vancouver Mover’s Tips for Taking Apart, Moving and Reassembling Ikea Furniture

Vancouver Mover: Why You Should Pack Your Kichen First When Moving

Vancouver Mover knows when planning to make a move, no matter how far or close you plan on moving, it can be a huge benefit to start with the kitchen when you begin packing. The kitchen has just as many small items as it does big items.

The majority of the items in your kitchen are also […]

By |March 9th, 2017|BLOG|Comments Off on Vancouver Mover: Why You Should Pack Your Kichen First When Moving

Vancouver Mover: How To Move A China Cabinet

Vancouver Mover knows that if you own a china cabinet, then you must know how delicate, elegant and beautiful that piece of furniture is. What’s more, china cabinets usually contain expensive and sentimental chinaware. Not to mention fragile crystal glassware, priceless heirlooms, pricey collectibles and other highly treasured possessions of yours.

What to Know
You’ll soon be […]

By |March 2nd, 2017|TIPS|Comments Off on Vancouver Mover: How To Move A China Cabinet

Vancouver Movers: How to Move with Your Pets?

Your Vancouver Mover knows that for Vancouver movers, moving can be a difficult task. You have to pack a ton of boxes, sort through all of your belongings, changes you address, and much more. If you are moving with a pet, you have another obstacle on your hands.

Moving with a pet can be difficult. It […]

By |February 23rd, 2017|BLOG|Comments Off on Vancouver Movers: How to Move with Your Pets?

Your Vancouver Mover’s Guide to Moving During the Holidays

Your Vancouver Mover knows that relocating is an important event. It is often stressful and annoying, especially if you do it on holidays. Over holidays such as Christmas, Easter, The Independence Day, most people have a few days off. Moving during the holiday season is quite a challenge. So, Your Vancouver Mover prepared for you a […]

By |February 16th, 2017|TIPS|Comments Off on Your Vancouver Mover’s Guide to Moving During the Holidays

6 Essential Tips for Packing Fragile Items for Residential Moving

In the absence of budgetary constraints for residential moving, having professionals pack your fragile items is both easier and preferable from a liability standpoint.  Having said this, if you are going to pack the fragile items yourself for residential moving, following are some hints that should make this process easier.

Your Vancouver Mover’s Guide
1)     Whenever you […]

By |February 9th, 2017|Uncategorized|Comments Off on 6 Essential Tips for Packing Fragile Items for Residential Moving