-Written by Erik Sargent Completing a downsizing move isn’t like a standard home move, as you’re not only moving to a smaller space, but also working hard to donate or sell unwanted items in the process. For those making a transition where a smaller living situation and less belongings makes sense, learning the best ways … Continue reading Downsize your home with these handy tips
-Written by Erik Sargent Another summer is coming to a close and for many, the time to head off to college for the fall is quickly approaching. For all of the fun and responsibilities that come with enrolling in college, there’s one unfortunate side-effect that comes with it – debt. The continued spike in college … Continue reading Tackling rising college costs with effective planning
As we’ve reached the halfway point of August and roll through the last few weeks of summer, that means one thing for the youngsters in your family – it’s back to school time! Regardless of the age, from elementary school all the way through high school, it’s always a good idea to get prepared for … Continue reading Get prepared for back-to-school season with these fun and easy tips
You’ve found the perfect home, packed up all your belongings, and you’re hitting the road! While it's important to keep track of all your belongings to ensure they make it to your new place in one piece, it's worthwhile to keep a few other concerns in mind. The house might be new to you, but … Continue reading Making sure your new home is toxin free
-Written by Caitlyn Laidler So, you’re getting ready to move into your first college apartment, how exciting! There are several things to consider when choosing a place to call home for the school year. While everyone’s priorities will be a little bit different, we’ve developed a list of things to consider when comparing communities and … Continue reading What to consider when choosing a college apartment
-Written by Erik Sargent The dog days of summer are officially upon us, as the weather is at season highs around most regions of the country. The rising temperatures affect all of us in one way or another, but they particularly affect people who work labor-related jobs, particularly those spent exerting energy outdoors. Working in … Continue reading Hydration and diet are key to staying safe while working in summer heat
-Written by Erik Sargent As you can see above, you don’t want to be the one hassling your friends by borrowing their truck for help. The smart choice? Calling TWO MEN AND A TRUCK! It’s officially moving season and whatever your moving needs may be, the Movers Who Care can handle the move – regardless … Continue reading Save your friends the hassle – leave it up to the moving pros!
This is a guest blog post from Price Self Storage. Whether you’re relocating, downsizing, or just need a place to hold onto a few of your things, a personal storage unit often serves as the best option. Public storage units offer people a safe place to store most of their belongings. In fact, everything from … Continue reading Five things you should never keep in your storage unit
-Written by Erik Sargent March means hiring season for the “Movers Who Care®” here at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®, and all across the country, we’re working our hardest to add quality team members to each level of our company. Each March we kick off our “Career Move Month” campaign, and it’s in full-swing as … Continue reading Use these expert interviewing tips to land your dream job!
This is a guest blog post from the content team at Esurance. Smart home tech is in high demand and for good reason — it makes life a bit simpler, safer, and more convenient. There are smartphone apps and connected devices that can control just about everything in a home, from the outdoor watering system … Continue reading Four apartment-friendly smart home devices you don’t need landlord approval to install