Showing posts from 2017


If your business has started to grow and expand, you may be ready to start thinking about moving into a new office building. With services from a company that offers office moving services, you can seamlessly transition into your new workplace. In order to determine whether a prospective commercial building will meet the needs of your company, you will need to carefully inspect the office space before you make the decision to move. Here is a look at three factors to consider when you are moving into a new office. Energy Efficiency When you move into a new office, you will need to make sure that your upgraded space is equipped with energy efficient windows, lighting, and HVAC technology. An energy efficient office will help you reduce your monthly utilities, while also improving the environmental impact of your business. Workspace Capacity One of the main reasons why companies choose to move into new office buildings is that they are in need of expanded workspace for their employees. To…

Should You Move Your Car via Open-Air Transport?

For those embarking on a long distance move, the decision over howto move one’s car is an all too common dilemma. While some are able to drive it themselves, many don’t have the time (or patience) to drive thousands of miles across the country. And with all of the other demands that moving to a new place requires, it can quickly turn into a very big hassle. To make things easier on yourself, I highly recommend hiring a professional car shipping company to move your car. Many, if not most, car shipping companies will place vehicles on open-air carriers to transport cars from one place to another. These open-air carriers are typically 80 or so feet wide with a two-level trailer on the back that hauls all cars. You’ve most likely seen these auto transporters while driving on the highway. However, given the carriers’ lack of siding and roof protection, they do present a few challenges to potential customers. If you’re struggling over the decision of whether or not to move your car via open-…

Plan Your move With America's #1 Moving Company!

At United Van Lines, we understand how daunting the moving process can be. To help alleviate some of the stress, we've come up with this step-by-step guide to show you how moving with United Van Lines works. Step 1 - Plan Your Move Fill out the form on this page to start the free moving quote process. A United Van Lines agent will contact you to set up a free in-home survey and determine your moving needs. This ensures you receive the most accurate estimate. Your United Van Lines agent will provide you with a booklet called "Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move," which covers important information consumers must have prior to the move. This booklet will also help you with the planning process. Moving Tip: When doing your in-home survey, tell you sales representative about any items you won't be moving. Step 2- Pack and Load Your United Van Lines packing team will arrive one to two days before your move date to begin packing. On moving day, the van operator…

Make Sure Your Company Is Insured and Competent:

Using a moving service can cut down on time and energy you need to pack and unpack boxes, and get settled in. There are also certain protections you have when you use a moving service. Your property is covered if it is damaged during the move in this very important occasion. In San Francisco and all the surrounding areas, it is incredibly mountainous with steep hills and multiple steps. Many of the buildings also have very narrow doorways. It’s not only can be a hassle, but it can also be dangerous and costly if you don’t know what you are doing. Professional movers have insurance. Their insurance typically covers your items if anything gets broken during the move. For many people, some of the items that are being moved are extremely valuable and irreplaceable. Even though that is the case, it is better to have some type of coverage on it, where as if you move it yourself, there is no coverage on it unless you have insured those items individually. You want to use movers who are fami…

The 15 Most Affordable Beach Towns to Buy a Vacation Home:

Having a home away from home is a dream for many Americans—and for a lot of us that dream includes a quick walk to the beach and all the amenities you can only find on a boardwalk. While many beloved beach towns like Key West, Florida and Santa Monica, California are out of reach for the typical homebuyer, with median prices in the millions, affordable beach towns do exist. In Florida alone there are seven coastal cities where the median home price is less than $280,000. To help you achieve your beach house dreams, we’ve rounded up the 15 most affordable beach towns in the U.S. and chatted with Redfin real estate agents about what makes each unique. At these prices, you’ll have your toes in the sand in no time! 1. Atlantic City, NJMedian Sale Price: $52,250WalkScore: 72Portion of Homes Waterfront: 27.6% “Atlantic City and its surrounding beach towns have so much to offer someone looking for a vacation home,” said Redfin real estate agent Kimberly Mogan. “Not only does Atlantic City boast …

3 Tips for Moving with Little Kids:

Your day is filled with picking up the toys, laundry, cleaning up spit up, and trying to run a household while working. Whether you are a stay at home parent or a full-time employee plus full-time parent, it’s a lot of work. Ever since you got the news that you will be moving, your brain has been trying to figure out a way to make it all work.
At A. Arnold Moving, our Louisville household movers understand your dilemma. It’s not easy to juggle it all, especially when a major life event is thrown into the mix. Let our team of experts help you with every step of the process. In addition to packing or storage services, we also have a few tips that may help lighten the load a little bit: Enlist the help of your kids- Depending on the ages of your kids, they may be very valuable in the moving process. Give them a couple of boxes to fill and some instructions on how to fill them. Not only will that reduce your load, but it will also help them feel like an important part of the move.Ask famil…

How to Keep Your House Cool (Without Cranking the A/C):

As noted in our article about weather proverbs, what the skies and winds are doing outside dictates a lot about our lives and daily actions. When it’s hot outside, and that heat seeps into your home, it’s hard to muster up the motivation to do just about anything. You’re damp, sticky, sweaty — it’s just plain uncomfortable. So are you supposed to languish in the summer months and blankly stare at the boob tube while sweat drips down your forehead? Of course not! If you have air conditioning (70% of U.S. homes do), you can always blast it and create a nice wintry environment for yourself. But that uses a ton of energy and jacks up your bills. Plus, the artificial chill just feels wrong when it’s so warm outside. Isn’t there a way to find a happy medium and be comfortable while still feeling like it’s summer out there? Darn right there is! Below you’ll find tips to keep your house cooler when the thermometer creeps up and up, ways to make your A/C use more efficient, as well as what yo…