Category Archive: Moving Tips & Tricks

Maine: Natural Beauty and Classic New England Charm

When people think of New England, Maine usually isn’t the first state to come to mind. They think of Boston, Cape Cod and other Massachusetts cities along the Atlantic coast. They think of moderate size cities with small-town atmosphere, like Providence, Rhode Island. They think of old lighthouses overlooking rocky beaches, cold and snowy winters, […]

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Getting into your new space

Open me first box When packing to move, don’t forget to set aside essential items for your “Open Me First” box. These items might include: A roll of toilet paper Paper towels A trash bag Paper plates, cups, and utensils for dinner Pen and paper (for making lists of things you need) Checkbook Scissors Phone […]

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Preparing to move

Close your utility services Two weeks prior to the big move it is a good time to call your Utility Services and arrange for them to be cancelled or be transferred. Gather up all your bills and put them in a file that you can bring with you on moving day in case there are […]

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Realtors Guide to Simplifying the Moving Process

As a real estate agent, you know that your primary goal is to make the home purchasing process as smooth and easy as possible. For many agents, this means working with clients from the first meeting right through closing day. But your clients have come to trust you, and they’re also counting on you to […]

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Close Your Utility Services

Two weeks prior to moving is a good time to call your Utility Services and arrange for them to cancelled or be transferred. Gather up all your bills and put them in a file that you can bring with you on moving day in case there are any problems. Don’t forget: Electric Gas/Oil/Propane Water/Sewer Phone […]

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Open Me First

When packing to move, don’t forget to set aside essential items for your “Open Me First” box. These items might include: A roll of toilet paper Paper towels A trash bag Paper plates, cups, and utensils for dinner Pen and paper (for making lists of things you need) Checkbook Scissors Phone charger Cordless drill, hammer […]

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Pack Your Clothes In Suitcases

You can save a lot of money (and be more environmentally friendly) by packing your clothes and shoes in bags you already have, instead of buying new moving boxes. Look around your house for suitcases, duffle bags, sturdy grocery bags, plastic bins, large plastic shopping bags, and even extra-strength trash bags.

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Home Inspection 101

  Buying a home could be the largest single investment you will ever make. To minimize unpleasant surprises and unexpected difficulties, you’ll want to learn as much as you can about the newly constructed or existing house before you buy it. A home inspector can identify the need for major repairs or builder oversights, as […]

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Moving And Kids: Tips To Help The Family Adjust

Our goal at Integrity Movers is to make your move as stress free as possible. However, most people would agree that moving to a new home and neighborhood is among the most stressful events in life. And if the planning, packing, and finding a new home is combined with starting a new job it can […]

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Donate, Donate, Donate!

As you prepare for your big move and begin packing your things, you will undoubtably find that there are many items you do not want to bring to your new home. Instead of tossing those chipped coffee mugs in the trash, or heaving your old bedroom carpet in the dumpster, consider donating your family’s unwanted […]

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