Don’t waste time on DIY moving containers

Considering a DIY storage container service for your upcoming move?

After weighing the cost of a move you should also be cautious of the service that accompanies a particular moving or storage solution. Although DIY storage containers that are delivered to your driveway can typically cost less than hiring a full service moving company you may be spending more money in the long run when factoring in things like convenience, stress, time, and potential damages to sentimental furniture and other belongings.

One of the main drawbacks to DIY moving is that YOU have to do the moving! In addition to all the aches and pains an untrained person will experience on move day lifting boxes and heavy furniture, there are countless hours consumed packing, loading, planning delivery dates, and unloading that a professional full service moving company can help you avoid.

As an agent for Arpin Van Lines, RLD Relocation and Logistics can plan your move, offer same day packing, loading, and delivery options depending on where you want to go at prices that could be in some cases, only a matter of a few hundred dollars difference when comparing the DIY storage container option to the full service moving option . Our moving professionals come into your home on moving day, cover the walls and floors with protective materials, pack all of your possessions into professional corrugated moving containers, pad wrap all of your furniture, crate fragile items, and meticulously load each one of your belongings with the utmost respect and care as if it were their own.

Once our moving crew loads everything you’ve asked us to take onto the moving truck, we begin delivery plans. If you need storage while in transit we can provide that to you at one of our many agency warehouses throughout the United States. With DIY storage container moving, your service starts and ends with pick up and delivery of the container. With a full service moving and storage company we factor things in like move in date issues,  truck accessibility at destination, unloading and unpacking, dunnage removal, and of course if something happens to your furniture while in transit we take full responsibility for any damages deemed our fault giving you peace of mind.

DIY storage container moving solutions offer one service, it’s the low cost of the container. The actual moving and all the stress of planning a move, packing, and getting moved in and out by specific dates a full service moving company offers, can really make a difference in whether to pinch the penny and attempt to move yourself or spend a few extra dollars and know your move is being handled professionally without issue right from the beginning.

If you’re thinking of moving soon give us a call. We help family after family move year after year. We can move you too.

Donate Stuff Before You Move

Moving is a great opportunity to purge. You probably own many things that you no longer need, have outgrown, or no longer like. Why pay to move them to your new home?

Getting ready to move and moving require planning and organization. There are so many things to think of and do throughout the process. We would like to share an article we found to help you stay organized as you sort through your belongings and decide what you are getting rid of.

Moving.com recently posted “How to Organize Your Stuff for Donation Before You Move“. We hope you find it helpful. RLD Relocation and Logistics is here to help. When you are ready to hire your mover, give us a call!

 

Moving High Value Items?

Moving.com has an excellent look at how to move those valuables safely and have them arrive in one piece. Check out their article-How to Move Art, Antiques & Valuables Without Damaging Them

If you are unsure about moving your high value items yourself, RLD can help! We offer specialized packing and crating services and of course, we can deliver your items to you new home, safely and securely.

Should You Get a Home Inspection Before Listing?

If you are ready to move, how is the house selling going?

If things are not moving along as fast as you hoped with interested buyers, why not consider getting a home inspection before selling?

Trulia explains how this could help you sell sooner and move faster. Read this informative article –Should Sellers Get a Home Inspection?

Good luck selling your home quickly!

When in need of a mover in Ohio, call RLD Relocation and Logistics for all of your moving and storage needs.

Not Enough Room in Your New Home?

The movers just left, and now it is time to unpack and enjoy your new home!

But, what should you do if you are having space issues?

Zillow looks at small space dilemmas and how to solve these issues. Read their article, ” ‘Where Should I Keep My…?’: Solving the Ultimate Small Space Dilemmas

If you still need help finding places to put your things, or find you have more than you can handle in the space that you have, perhaps you should consider seasonal storage for items you only use once a year. You also might choose storage for things you are not ready to part with but have no room for.

Call RLD Relocation and Logistics for the storage solutions you need.

Safety Checklist for After a Move

Just moved into a new home? There is so much to do but safety should come first.

Check out this article on realtor.com that provides a list of things you should check even before you unpack a box. Keep you, your family, pets, and belonging safe in your new home.

Read-Home Safety Checklist: 10 Things to Inspect Right After You Unpack

RLD Relocation and Logistics wish you a safe and happy time settling into your new home!

Happy 4th of July!

America is about to celebrate it’s 241 birthday! It is a great time to celebrate with family and friends!

RLD Relocation and Logistics hope you and your family have a happy and safe Fourth of July!

For all your moving and storage needs, call RLD!

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Moving in Poor Weather Conditions

Everyone hopes for a perfect sunny moving day. But what if the weather winds up being severe or just plain old rainy?

We found this helpful article on Realtor.com that provides fabulous tips on how to handle bad weather on moving day. Keep hoping for a clear day but it is best to think ahead and prepare just in case…

We invite you to read Don’t Be Gloomy About Moving in Bad Weather.

Happy Sunny Moving from RLD Relocation and Logistics! We provide for all your moving and storage needs!