Preparing For The Movers

When you hire professional movers, you should be able to count on them to safely load and transport your household items to your new location. No matter how good these professionals are at their job, you will still need to diligently prepare for their arrival. You can take several steps to make moving day easier for both you and your moving professionals. Protect the Floors You will prevent damage to your flooring if you invest in a few items before the movers arrive. Read More 

Three Reasons For Storing Holiday Decorations In Your Storage Unit

Right now, you may be in the midst of Christmas decorating -- untangling strings of lights, struggling with heavy storage containers and trying to remember what you did with the 15 brand-new boxes of ornaments that you bought on clearance last January. Storing your holiday supplies and decorations can be a real challenge. They can get dusty or dirty, infested with bugs or even mice, or put in the wrong place and forgotten. Read More 

Preparing Small Breakables For A Long Haul

If you are moving to a new home a good distance away from your current one, you will want to take precautionary steps in keeping any fragile items intact during the move. Since your moving truck will be on the road for some time, there is bound to be some shifting of your items in the cargo area. Here are a few ways you can ensure your items are packed and placed in the truck in a way to minimize the risk of damage during the move. Read More 

Tips For Hiring The Perfect Mover

If you are moving, then you probably have a lot on your plate already. Therefore, you might not want to worry about the move itself and whether or not your belongings will get to the correct destination intact. In such a situation, finding a reliable and affordable moving company (such as Dixie Moving and Storage Inc.) can save you a ton of stress. To help make your life easier, here are a couple of tips that you can use to find that perfect moving company and to ensure your peace of mind:  Read More 

Tips For Storing Your Refrigerator

Your refrigerator is likely one of the largest appliances that you own, and if you are in the process of undergoing a major move, you may need to temporarily store it. Unfortunately, storing a refrigerator may be a more complicated task than you anticipated. If you make errors when storing the refrigerator, the device may suffer damages. Fortunately, you can utilize the following tips to make sure that your refrigerator avoids some common issues when it is removed from the storage unit. Read More