Moving Tips

We move Chicago area residents and businesses every day. Ft Dearborn moving crews have seen a lot. We also know that most people don’t move that often, so moving is unfamiliar to them. Here we share some moving tips with our Chicago area neighbors to help with your household or business relocation.


Moving Tips for a Successful Stress-Free Move

You’ve found your forever home. And you’re excited about the big move. Still, there’s a part of you that worries about the process. It’s all natural, of course, since moving comes with a lot of pressure and anxiety. There’s plenty of planning to do, plus paperwork, packing, moving costs, and other factors to consider. That’s […]

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How to Move to Another Country: Things You Need to Prepare

Whether it’s for a new job, love, or a change of scenery, moving to another country can be an exciting yet nerve-wracking experience. However, with the proper guidance and tools, moving to another country can be a breeze. To help you prepare, we have listed a few things you need to know about how to […]

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6 Steps to the Simple, Stress-Free Move You Needed

Moving is one of the notably one of the most stressful events in anyone’s life. From house hunting to closing on the deal, and from packing all your worldly goods to settling in at your new place it is all a lot to manage. The work certainly doesn’t end on moving day. It takes weeks […]

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Purge Your House: Tips for Decluttering Before the Move

If you’re relocating anytime soon, it’s never too early to begin the process of purging your house. Getting rid of junk and unnecessary items before you move means a quicker, easier moving day as you’ll have fewer things to pack and transport to your new home. Plus, moving with less stuff saves some money too. […]

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4 Simple Hacks for Moving Cross Country on a Budget

Moving is a stressful life experience, but that stress is multiplied tenfold when you’re moving cross country. You’ll likely need to make the move in just one trip, so you need to get it right. Moving across the country can also be extremely expensive, but it doesn’t have to drain your bank account entirely. There […]

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How Many Boxes Do I Need to Move? Crunching the Numbers

Believe it or not, the average American moves about 11 times in their lives. Though people move frequently, that doesn’t mean it gets easier. If you’re like most people, you struggle with figuring out the logistics of moving each time. Every new home and apartment is different, and no two moves are the same. That […]

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8 Tips for Having Your Space Ready When Moving Into a New House

Over 10% of Americans moved in 2016, and that figure represents a record low. With more than one out of every ten people relocating in any given year, adjusting to the new house is a common problem. With that in mind, is there anything you should consider when moving into a new house? Absolutely! Here […]

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Moving with Kids: How to Transition to Your New Home Easier

According to the United States Census Bureau, 11% of the US population moved in 2017. That is 35 million people moving in just one year. Moving to a new home can be an exciting time for adults. But, sometimes, kids have a hard time leaving behind the familiar for something unknown. Read on to learn […]

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5 Tips You Need for Moving Out Super Fast

Statistically, the average person will move 11.4 times in their lifetime. That’s a lot of moving, which you would think that would translate into a more relaxed and faster experience every time. There may be a time when you find yourself in a situation where you need to move out quickly. Moving can make one […]

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5 Ways to Make Your Moving Day Easier

We won’t sugarcoat it: moving is stressful. Some people who move often have the process down to a science, but if you’re not one of them, where do you even start? If you’re preparing to move to a new house, here’s a helpful residential move checklist to get you started. Plus some added tips for […]

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