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Best movers around

You should always very careful when it comes to moving your personal household stuff from one place to another. Moving at long distances is not something that can be done overnight. It requires great planning, attention to every little detail and most of all patience. You deserve a safe and sound moving of your household items.

 

That’s where we come in. We are highly efficient movers and also provide a lot of other services like trailer loading, freight delivery, out of town services and much more.

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Best Movers Around

You should always very careful when it comes to moving your personal household stuff from one place to another. Moving at long distances is not something that can be done overnight. It requires great planning, attention to every little detail and most of all patience. You deserve a safe and sound moving of your household items.

 

That’s where we come in. We are highly efficient movers and also provide a lot of other services like trailer loading, freight delivery, out of town services and much more.

 

The best way to choose the right company to do your job is that you ask the right question from the company. Also check their previous customers reviews and responses. At shield movers, you will find both. Not even a single one of our customer has been left with doubts. A happy customer is the building block of our success.

 

Everything will be done on time according to your schedule. We put all our heart in our work to ensure customers’ satisfaction and that they experience nothing but the best moving experience. We acknowledge every customer’s needs and their unique demands. We also provide High quality moving and professional moving no matter how large the workload.

 

Our staff is professional at what they do. Moving out of town will be a unique experience for you with our trained team. Your items will be protected along the journey. Our unique packing techniques will make sure that your valuable items are packed and protected. So they will remain safe from the time we did the packing and till the time when they arrive at your destination.

Our team is very co-operative. We offer full packing services by our own professionals. But if you feel like that some items should be packed by your own self then there’s nothing to worry about. The team will make sure to help you pack your things the way you want them to be packed. We also offer cleaning service.


You will be amazed to see how our professionals take care of the things in an instance that was stressing you out the whole time. Our staff along with a range of services we offer will ensure that the moving experience you get is professional, right on time and tension free.  Hire shields movers and make all of your worries disappear.

TIPS

33 Move Tips

1. Pack an overnight bag containing all the essentials.33 Move Tips

Chances are, you’ll be too tired to unpack your things. You’ll want your essentials within easy access, including a change of clothes if you’re going back to work the next day as well as all your toiletries. It’s also a great way to transport a laptop, which could run the risk of getting stolen during a move.
 

2. Pack the items you will need FIRST in a clear plastic bin.

This includes things like a box cutter, paper towels, trash bags, eating utensils, select cookware, power strips, phone chargers, toilet paper, tools, etc. The clear bin allows you to see inside; it also separates itself from the myriad of cardboard boxes.
 

3. Wrap your breakables (dishes, glasses, etc.) in clothing to save on bubble wrap.

Two birds, one stone: You’re packing your clothes and kitchenware at the same time.

 

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33 Move Tips

1. Pack an overnight bag containing all the essentials.
Chances are, you’ll be too tired to unpack your things. You’ll want your essentials within easy access, including a change of clothes if you’re going back to work the next day as well as all your toiletries. It’s also a great way to transport a laptop, which could run the risk of getting stolen during a move.

2. Pack the items you will need FIRST in a clear plastic bin.
This includes things like a box cutter, paper towels, trash bags, eating utensils, select cookware, power strips, phone chargers, toilet paper, tools, etc. The clear bin allows you to see inside; it also separates itself from the myriad of cardboard boxes.

3. Wrap your breakables (dishes, glasses, etc.) in clothing to save on bubble wrap.
Two birds, one stone: You’re packing your clothes and kitchenware at the same time.

4. For extra padding, pack your glasses and stemware in clean socks.

5. In addition to labeling what’s in your boxes, add what room they’ll be going into, as well.
When you arrive at your new home, unpack BY ROOM. The unpacking process will feel more manageable.
And remember to label the SIDES of the boxes, not the tops. This way, you’ll be able to identify them even if they’re stacked.

6. If you can, show up to your new home before the move and pre-clean the bathroom and kitchen.
Put up a new shower curtain liner and stock some new bath towels and toilet paper, as well. You’ll want to take a hot shower after a long day of moving.

7. Place an extra cotton pad or ball into your powder cosmetics to keep them from breaking.
This is a great tip for traveling in general.

 

8. Cover the openings of your toiletries with saran wrap, then put the tops back on.
This will keep your toiletries from breaking and leaking all over your stuff during the move.

9. Pack plates vertically, like records. They’ll be less likely to break.

10. Keep drawers intact by covering them with Press’n Seal.
Dresser drawers are like their own moving boxes — this will keep you from having to unpack and refold their contents. It’ll also make moving the actual dresser much more manageable.

11. Press’n Seal is also great for keeping jewelry displays intact.
It works like Press’n Seal but on a bigger scale. You can group items together, and it’ll protect your furniture from getting scuffed and scratched.

12. Buy a roll of stretch wrap.

13. Keep sandwich bags handy for holding any small parts of things you have to take apart, like curtain rods or mounted flat-screen TVs.
Tape the sandwich bags to the back of the item they correspond to.
ALSO: Use this method with the cords for your electronics.
 

14. Beer boxes are the best for books because they have handles on the sides.

15. Take a photo of how your electronics are connected so you can remember how and where all the wires go.

16. Cut down on boxes by making all of your baskets, laundry bins, hampers, and suitcases work for you.
Pack them with stuff! Use the wheeled suitcases for heavy things like books.

17. The fastest way to pack a closet:
Put the bottoms of the clothes inside of a plastic bag and tie it a the bottom

18. Vacuum seal your out-of-season clothing.
Not only will they take up less space and be a breeze to pack, but they can go directly into storage in the new home.

19. Along with food and alcohol, give your friends who help you move first dibs on anything you originally planned to sell or donate.
It’s just an extra perk, since you won’t be paying them.

20. Make sure everything is completely packed before your friends show up to help you move.
Don’t be that horrible person who makes everyone wait around/help you pack.
Another note: If you have enough friends, split them up into shifts — one set to help you move in the morning, and another to help you move when you get to your new home.

21. Enlist the color-coding system.
Pick a color code for each room and label that room’s boxes accordingly. Label the door of each room with the corresponding sticker/tape so that movers know where to place the boxes.

22. It doesn’t hurt to number your boxes.
Make a detailed corresponding list of what’s in each box by number. This makes it easier to make sure you didn’t forget any boxes, or god forbid, someone stole one. AND, if there’s anything valuable in there, you won’t be broadcasting it to the world by writing it down right there on the box.

23. If you have a lot of fragile valuables, hiring movers as opposed to asking friends can end up paying for itself.
You might want to weigh the pros and cons though — mover’s won’t want to be responsible for a television that isn’t properly packed in its original box and could end up charging you upward of $150 to pack it as they see fit.
Also remember to book them weeks in advance — you’re not the only person trying to get out of your space on the last day of the month.

24. If you do hire movers, be sure to read the fine print and find out if they have any weird rules.
For instance, some movers will only move things in boxes, not garbage bags. Which means you’ll be paying them extra for unnecessary boxes at a marked-up price.

25. If you’re renting, take photos of your cleaned-out old home and your new home before moving in.
This is essential if you ever hope to get your deposit back. It will save you major headaches with difficult landlords who charge you cleaning and repair fees unnecessarily when moving out.

26. Fill the nail holes in your previous home with a bar of soap.

27. If you’re doing a cross-country move and you don’t need your stuff immediately, consider shipping via Greyhound.
It’s an inexpensive shipping option for large items. Just remember to pack your stuff really well — your boxes WILL get a little beat up along the way.

28. Change your address at least two weeks prior to moving.
This might seem like a no-brainer for important things like utilities and cable, but don’t forget the small stuff. You’ve also got Amazon, PayPal, credit cards, your bank, magazine subscriptions, and your mail to worry about.

29. If you own items that you want to get rid of but are too valuable to just give away, start selling on eBay, Etsy, or Craigslist at least six weeks before moving.
It’s an easy way to make you feel like you aren’t procrastinating, and you might be able to make enough money back to pay for the entire move itself.
But it takes time for things to sell on Etsy and eBay, so you’ll want to plan accordingly.

30. Arrange for a charity organization to come pick up the items you don’t want at least a week or two before moving.
It’ll save you the trouble of having to take it there yourself.

31. Make your last grocery trip two weeks prior to moving.
The more food you end up using before moving, the less you’ll have to throw out.

32. For same-city moves, hire a sitter for the children and pets.
The last thing you need is to be worrying about losing track of your kids or pets on this stressful day.

33. Remember to defrost your refrigerator at least a day before moving and wipe up any liquid.

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With our global network, we aim to be the most reliable company in the business with an inspired, people-driven and dedicated approach to serving our valued customers. While we are proficient in offering worldwide and local moving, freight forwarding and any related or special services, we are not satisfied with only that: we also strive to be committed advisers to our customers and associates.Our dedicated and committed team have an average of 10 year plus experience that leading to their professional skill and wealth of knowledge few within the industry can match.
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