It's not always possible to move at the most optimal time of the year. Sometimes the only opening in your schedule available is during a holiday weekend. Here are two issues you'll definitely run into when trying to relocate during this time and what you can do to best deal with them.
Holiday weekends are the tourist traps of everyday life. Things that are normally fairly inexpensive become more costly because of the sudden increase in demand, and moving expenses are not immune.
A self-storage unit can be a valuable tool for colleges students, from freshmen just moving into the dorms to graduate students working on their thesis. Here are a few ways you can use your self-storage unit throughout your time in college:
Clearing Out Your Old Room
Mom and Dad may want to convert your old childhood bedroom into a guest room or other spare space in the house, and you may want to ensure your items are kept safe and sound until you are ready for them.
When you own and operate a retail store, relocating can seem like an insurmountable task. How will you ever move all of that merchandise and then make sure your customers follow you to the new place? You're correct in assuming that this move won't be easy... but you're far from the first person to relocate a retail store, and you can learn from others who have done this before! Here are three tips to make the process less burdensome.
In an ideal world, you would find out you're moving to a new town months ahead of time, giving you plenty of time to prepare and plan. But this world is far from ideal -- and sometimes, the notice that you're moving only comes a week or so in advance. How ever will you pack everything up and relocate on such short notice? The first step is to sit back, take a deep breath, and realize that plenty of other people have done this.