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Re: How to improve moving in a city

Postby jpickard » May 29th, 2012, 7:18 pm


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Ya books seem to be a major hassle,no matter how much I want a huge library. I have been thinking of a way that bookcases themselves can help to manage book moving. I always think about what books I really want to take with me.

Re: How to improve moving in a city

Postby jpickard » May 29th, 2012, 7:21 pm


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yo wrote:For the last 14 years I've averaged a move every 2.5.

The biggest thing I've learned, hire professional movers and even packers if you can. they get it done in a day and are worth every penny in stress reduction and saved hours.



+1...My wife and I just bought a new house. We are moving out of a condo which we have lived in for 7 years. We rented a POD thinking "hey it gives us time to pack it and they will store it an deliver it when we need them to." Man was it a pain in the ass. I never knew the amount of crap one accumulates in a 7 year period. Also I packed that POD the best I could, just hope nothing comes out broken. :shock:

J


PODs. Thats a really interesting point. Halfway between a mover and doing it yourself. Something I will have to look into for sure.

Re: How to improve moving in a city

Postby yo » May 29th, 2012, 9:01 pm

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overtime we move the movers look at our books and let a huge sigh.... no way around all that weight.

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