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Pack and Go

C.B. Gavant

Have you ever moved to a new house? If you were old enough to remember the move, you’ll know how much effort went into packing, organizing, and getting settled into your new home. Even if you’ve never moved, though, some of the info below is sure to interest you.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Moving to a new house? No big deal. The most standard move is when a family or a small business relocates to a new home in the same city or country as its previous one. All you need to do is hire a moving company and settle on a moving day. Once that’s set, you can start packing! What if you want to do your own moving? Again, no big deal. You can rent a truck from a company like U-Haul, load it up, and transport your possessions to your new home on your own — as long as you’re prepared to do a lot of shlepping! 

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