Deployed? 5 Essential Moving Tips to Know For a Military Move

With Veterans Day recently behind us, it’s important to consider the men and women of the military who sacrifice significant parts of their lives for our great nation. If you happen to be a new member of the U.S. military and recently received notice of an upcoming move, you may be feeling overwhelmed and at … Continue reading Deployed? 5 Essential Moving Tips to Know For a Military Move

Tis’ the Season: How to Complete a Hassle-Free Holiday Move

The holidays are a time of gifts, giving thanks and more white elephant invitations than you know what to do with. But what if you also have a big move scheduled during the joyful chaos of the holiday season? You may be worried sick about how to fit packing, recitals, decorating and hiring movers all … Continue reading Tis’ the Season: How to Complete a Hassle-Free Holiday Move

Candy, costumes, and creative decorations … oh my!

Written by Katie Peterson It’s that time of year again! Fall is upon us, and the kids are already on premature sugar rushes; it’s time for Halloween! Your kids are mentally prepared, but are you? We’ve compiled the most useful and creative things to know so you’re ready for anything this Halloween season. Candy Candy … Continue reading Candy, costumes, and creative decorations … oh my!

Downsizing made simple with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®

Written by Jessy Herman Whether you are simplifying your living arrangements or moving to a condo, downsizing is never easy. The thought of going through your many belongings can be overwhelming, but there are things you can do to simplify your move to a smaller home. As soon as you know you’re moving, begin cleaning … Continue reading Downsizing made simple with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®

The pros and cons of living with friends

Written by Katie Peterson Living with friends is common among college students because of the convenience and fun factor of being around people you know you like. While there are many perks to living with friends this experience may cause more obstacles while living together than with a roommate you might not know as well. … Continue reading The pros and cons of living with friends

11 dorm room essentials you can’t live without

Written by Katie Peterson As you begin packing to move into your college dorm room, it’s easy to be overwhelmed with the prospect of fitting all the stuff you’ll need for a whole semester in the back of a car. There are so many things you want to take with you; you have a pile … Continue reading 11 dorm room essentials you can’t live without

Ready to move? Here is how to find the best insurance rates for your new home

Whether you’re buying or renting a house at your new location, insurance is one of the most expensive costs you’ll have to deal with upfront. However, if you know the “ins and outs” of shopping for coverage, you’ll be able to get a great plan at an even better price. So, don’t think you have … Continue reading Ready to move? Here is how to find the best insurance rates for your new home

Surviving your move: What to know about moving into your first apartment

Written by Katie Peterson At TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® we know moving can have its fair share of challenges. There’s the packing, the cleaning, and let’s not even mention move day itself. Moving into your first place is stressful, and apartment moving has its own set of headaches. Neighbors are more like roommates, there … Continue reading Surviving your move: What to know about moving into your first apartment

Don’t get burned: Your guide to moving during the summer

While summer moves may be easier, with the longer days and the kids out of school, the heat can also bring its own set of problems. And if you’re planning to pick up soon and put down roots elsewhere this June, July, or August, it’d be a smart move to plan ahead so you don’t … Continue reading Don’t get burned: Your guide to moving during the summer

Moving with kids: avoid the moving day blues

Written by Katie Peterson In movies, it always seems like moving is just about the worst news a kid can hear. Boxes are packed, the sad music plays, and it starts raining just as the car pulls out of the driveway, right past the “sold” sign in the front yard. But moving with kids does … Continue reading Moving with kids: avoid the moving day blues