Most moves take place during the months when school is out of session, aka the summer. Here in the Texas Panhandle the weather can be a bit unpredictable, but no matter how much hail or high speed winds we get, the summer is still hot. So, if you have to move in the heat, follow these 9 tips to make sure everyone makes it to the end in one piece.
Whether you are moving across the country or across town, moving day can be one of the most stressful, chaotic, exhausting and rewarding experiences. There are tons of videos and blogs talking about how to pack and prepare for a move, but today, we want to focus on the specific things you need on the day. So here is our list of essential moving day supplies.
Maybe you need to store a sports car during hail season or an ATV during the winter. If you are storing any vehicle it is important to prepare it properly. In the case of automobiles, short term storage is defined as more than one week and less than six months. Follow these steps to get you vehicle ready for its time off the road.
What do you do when it is time to pack up and move the plants you have spent years cultivating? You follow these quick tips to make sure your potted plants make it to your new home safe, sound and ready to keep growing.
As the weather starts to thaw out, it is time to prepare your coats and jackets for storage. Storing items correctly can make sure they will be ready to go next year. Follow these two simply steps to store coats properly.