As people are always moving, the moving industry is always growing and evolving. Half of moving company customers are individuals and families, with corporations assisting employees accounting for the next largest group. Check out the following infographic to learn more about the moving industry and how it is utilized within the United States.
When moving to a new state, there are a lot of factors to consider. Uprooting and starting all over again can be a tough, not to mention frustrating experience if not planned for properly. Here is an infographic that provides some tips for making your move out of state as smooth as possible.
The tedious process of moving can take a heavy toll on a family with children. Let’s face it, the less you have to worry about when moving, the less stressed you and your kids will be. Here is an infographic which address the concerns some people have when moving with kids or family.
Here is an infographic that provides tips and advice for a cost-effective and stress-free move. Beginning 60 days from your planned move date, this infographic explains all the steps needed to make sure your move goes well.
Did you know that there are over 52,500 storage facilities in the U.S. Additionally, approximately 10% of households in the U.S. are using a storage unit. Bottom line is that we have too much stuff and many need a place to store all that stuff. There are a number of...
Looks can be deceiving. Sometimes what seems like a simple statement is not always so simple. ‘We’ll beat any container price,”’ a Google Ad touted by our competitor 1-800-Pack-Rat®, seems pretty straightforward. Here we compare iCan to 1-800-Pack-Rat Storage.
Moving from one place to another typically involves lots of cardboard moving boxes. How many boxes you end up using will always depend on your accumulation stuff not too mention the size of your household. In the following infographic, discover some statistics related to how many moving boxes you might use as well as what 42 million Americans will use as well. It also provides tips on recycling those cardboard moving boxes.
The reality is that most of us have more stuff than we can store in our living spaces. You may yourself needing a storage pod to to tuck away items that just won’t fit in your home. But is there a method to the madness of storing all your extra stuff? You bet there is! The folks Next Door Self Storage at have put together some visuals on how to store items properly, things such as electronics, clothing jewelry, furniture and so much more.
Moving is an interesting time where the is the opportunity to embrace new experiences and possibilities. It can also be a most stressful time if proper planning is not put into order. If you are planning to move in the near future or you’ve just finished the process of moving, here is a visual week-by-week breakdown of some of the most important tasks to complete during the first month of your move. We have also included a textual version below the infographic.
In the following infographic, Sparefoot provides a guide to self-storage and answers the following questions – what is self storage. how much storage space should I rent, how much does a storage unit cost, do I need to reserve a storage unit, what can I keep in my storage unit and more.