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Latest Moving Tips
Below are the latest moving tips posted on our blog. Click here if you want to see more!
- What are some of the biggest challenges people in Southern California face when they're moving to another home?
- What can they do to help prevent or solve those challenges?
- If you needed to move, what steps would you take to make the process stress-free?
- Can you share one of the regrets you've seen people have about their move?
- What are some things homeowners should look for in a moving company to ensure that their move will be as easy and stress-free as possible?
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5 Tips for a Stress-Free Move.
Date of move: 08/30/14
Moving from: Ranch Palos Verdes, CA
Moving to: Claremont, CA
Recommend to others: Yes!
Would call us again: Yes!
The men you should ask for: Larry, Alvin
Customer's additional comments:
Larry & Alvin were great & very professional.
- E. Casto
If you could choose any time of the year to move, I’d suggest spring or late fall - times when it’ll be easier to find and hire movers and when rental companies are not charging the highest rates. In addition, weekend rates tend to be highest, both for truck rental agencies and some moving companies. Walsh has the same rate no matter what day you move. The times to avoid are weekends, the first of each month and summer, when moving is at its peak. Of course, most of us have other considerations, such as kids, spouses, jobs, school and a myriad of other reasons why picking our move date is difficult. Here are some considerations that most people face.