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  • How to Pack a Self-Storage Unit
    7 years ago by Jeremy Baker in Moving Tips

    With careful planning, a self-storage unit can be an effective extension of your storage needs. If you are considering a storage unit for your overflow of not yet ready to part with non-essentials, we have put together a few tips that will help you maximize the space, and still allow you access when needed.

  • How to Pack Your Garage for a Move
    8 years ago by Jeremy Baker in Packing Tips

    Your garage can be one of the most challenging areas of your home to get packed and ready for a move. This is usually where the heavy tools are, gas powered equipment and an assortment of odds and ends.

  • How to Pack Books for Moving
    8 years ago by Jeremy Baker in Packing Tips

    Many people think that packing up a bookshelf will be the easiest endeavour in their moving process. Sadly, it is those people who go to line their new book shelves only to find boxes of books that have been damaged in transit. Your book collection is not as rugged as you would like to think, and needs some special love when you are packing it up.


    Have you had enough of the dorm life and think you are ready to take on housing off-campus? This is a big responsibility and should be given a good deal of thought before making a final decision. This is a big change from what you are used to and is going to require planning before you are able to call an off-campus housing facility home.

  • Movers Are Late! Now What?
    8 years ago by Jeremy Baker in Moving Tips

    All of your worldly possessions are in boxes, the keys to your new home are already on your key ring and you are pacing up and down an empty hallway staring at your watch. Or worse, you have taken possession of your new home and are stuck there without even a couch cushion to sit on while trying to get a hold of someone at the moving company.

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