using a storage unit to organize a hoarded household

using a storage unit to organize a hoarded household

Pros And Cons Of Movers

by David Diaz

If you are looking to hire movers for your next relocation, it is important to understand the positive and negative aspects of hiring help. These crews can help make the transition smooth for you and your family, and many times people find that the pros far outweigh the cons. Here is a closer look at the pros and cons of hiring local movers for your family's big move.

Pro - Easy Transition and Less Work For You

The amount of energy and work it will take to load up your moving truck, drive it to the new house and unload is usually more than people might think. When moving larger items such as a couch or refrigerator, you are going to need to make sure you have someone to help you to make sure nothing is damaged and that you do not injure yourself. Movers take all of this stress away and handle the heavy lifting without you having to lift a finger.

Con - Scheduling Can Be Tricky

As soon as you know you are going to be moving, you need to start the hunt for your local movers that are going to help you on the big day. Your schedule does not always align with theirs, so make sure you have enough time to get on the schedule so you are not left having to move on your own. Movers are very busy and have schedules too, so try to be understanding during the process of getting on the calendar. 

Pro - Reduces Stress For You

Making sure everything is carefully placed on the truck in a way that will keep it safe while in transition on the road can be stressful, especially if you have never dealt with a move before. Professional movers are skilled and know exactly how to load a truck to make sure that everything arrives at your new house in one piece. You are able to sit back and enjoy the process more when you have help from movers to load and unload the truck. 

Con - Some Companies Are Fake and Not Reliable

The best thing you can do when you are searching for the best local movers is to do your research. Always ask friends and family for recommendations before you hire, but if you do not know of anyone who has a recommendation, be sure to always read reviews online to help you find a reliable company that will be worth your investment.


About Me

using a storage unit to organize a hoarded household

My mother turned into a bit of a hoarder when all of us kids moved out. It has been ten years since any of us lived with her and in that time, she managed to fill three bedrooms with all sorts of things that she really didn't need. All of that stuff was keeping her from being able to house my brothers when they came into town, so I offered to help her get organized. The first thing I did was found a storage unit nearby to rent. On this blog you will find tips for using a storage unit to organize a hoarded household.