August 28th, 2012 - 8:13 AM
How can I safely move to Puerto Rico with pets?
Our pets are important members of our family, and like any family member, we want to make sure they’re safe and secure while they’re traveling. If you’re moving to Puerto Rico with pets in tow, there are some steps you can take to ensure they’re safe and comfortable during the flight. The rules for pet travel to Puerto Rico are the same as anywhere else in the Continental U.S. – and that makes it very easy to take your pet with you.
Follow these simple tips for safe travel when you’re moving to Puerto Rico with pets:
August 27th, 2012 - 1:39 PM
Anytime you do something yourself, you can usually count on saving money. For instance, when we moved into our new home, we did all the painting ourselves, and you guessed it, we saved tons by not hiring a professional painter. Instead of hiring a landscaper, my husband mows our lawn and weeds the flowerbeds – another big money saver. Moving is no different. If you can do at least some of the work yourself, you’ll definitely save money – sometimes a significant amount. Let’s take a look at exactly how much you can save by doing a self-move and taking on some of the work yourself.
August 27th, 2012 - 1:33 PM
How to deal
Moving away from family is a hard thing to do. It was hard for me to say goodbye to my parents when I moved 15 minutes away in the same town, and it was even harder for me to say goodbye to them when I moved to a town an hour away. Here are my best tips for how to deal when moving away from family:
August 24th, 2012 - 10:28 AM
It's Flashback Friday! Today we'll look back at a post from a few months back that talks about how to move from state to state the affordable way. If saving money on your move is important to you, this is a good post to read. Happy Friday!
By definition, the word “affordable” means inexpensive, reasonably priced, or within one’s financial means. With that being said, do you associate the word “affordable” with the moving industry? Affordable moving depends on who you choose to move with. Let’s take a look at the affordable, and not so affordable, options for moving from state to state!
August 22nd, 2012 - 3:15 PM
Our lives revolve around the choices we make. Hit the snooze button or get up? Cook dinner or go out to eat? When you move with U-Pack, you get a choice in moving equipment! So if you’re asking yourself “Moving trailer vs. ReloCube®: which should I choose?” I’m here to help you decide!
August 22nd, 2012 - 10:54 AM
If you’re completing a move that requires both moving and storage, portable storage units are an excellent alternative. They offer the convenience of single load/unload door-to-door delivery, and the flexibility of loading/unloading at your own pace (U-Pack offers three business days for loading and unloading).
August 21st, 2012 - 7:45 AM
Are you moving long distance to or from Brooklyn, New York? If so, U-Pack Moving is the solution that makes it easy and affordable. If you’re familiar with Brooklyn at all, you know that there are some special conditions to consider here that you don’t have to think about in other parts of the country. Today we’ll discuss parking your moving truck/moving container and loading/unloading assistance – all things you’ll want to be familiar with when you’re moving to or from Brooklyn.
August 16th, 2012 - 2:52 PM
Where should I move?
If you find yourself asking this question, you’ve come to the right place for the answer! The experts at U-Pack have researched the 2012 best places to move for singles. Check them out below, and don’t forget to get a free moving quote from U-Pack if you are seriously considering moving to one of these places!
August 14th, 2012 - 5:02 PM
Hey all, This is Justin and Cassity, we write a blog called Remodelaholic and we are excited to tell you about our move with ABF U-Pack. This is our third move with U-pack and we have been happy every time!
August 13th, 2012 - 3:50 PM
Picture this: you are moving from Boston to Dallas. You rent a Budget truck. You have to fill it up before your trip. It is a 35 gallon tank. You spend $130 on your first tank of gas. 280 miles down the road, you have to stop and fill up again. Repeat every 280 miles. That is about 7 stops on your 1768 mile route! That is almost $1000 in gasoline!
Before you embark on your rental truck journey, find out what to expect for the gas mileage of your Budget truck.