Frequently Asked Moving Questions

 

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  • Will moving companies pack for you?
    • Yes, we can help you pack your belongings. We ask that you buy the packing supplies that you would like us to use, or we can order them for you and add them to your final bill. Keep in mind, the additional time it takes for us to pack and box your belongings will be added to your final move total. Packing can add a few hours to the total.
  • What can you not move?
    • We can not move plants, perishable items or hazardous materials such as; acid, aerosols, ammunition, batteries, car batteries, charcoal, chemistry sets, cleaning fluid, fertilizer, fireworks, gasoline poisons, kerosene, lamp oil, lighter fluid, liquid bleach, loaded weapons, matches, motor oil, nail polish & remover, paints, paint thinner, pesticides, propane tanks, weed killer.

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Moving in together

Moving In for the First Time: What Couples Should Consider

There comes a time in every serious relationship when you decide to combine your lifestyles and your spaces. Moving in together is an exciting milestone and the thought of packing up and building a new home can be both exhilarating and overwhelming. From making the move to decorating your space, there are many aspects to consider. Not matter the status of your relationship, there are bound to be a few challenges and roadblocks along the way, but even those tests can be passed with a little bit of preparation and recognition of the realities of sharing a space with someone new.

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Ultimate Moving & Packing Playlist

The Ultimate Moving & Packing Playlist

When you think of moving and packing usually the word “Fun” is not on your list of words to describe moving or packing. So how can we change that?

 

We our team has scoured the internet and radio stations to find you the ultimate playlist to make your packing and fun. You will take a trip down memory lane and turn a daunting task into a fun experience. We dare you to try not to sing along to these songs.

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Moving Home Checklist

Moving Home Checklist: Things to Do Before Moving Into a New House

Moving can be quite stressful, especially if it needs to be done over a short period of time. You can get overwhelmed by all the things you need to do and mixed emotions about leaving your home that you can easily forget about some important details. Thus, it’s important that you have a thought-through plan and a checklist to guide you through the entire process. So, here’s a list of the most important things you need to do when moving into a new home.

Come up with a plan

Planning Grunts Move Junk

As already mentioned, moving can be quite stressful, so you need to come up with an effective plan that will help you organise yourself better. For example, you should create an efficient packing system that will help you unpack quickly and easily. A simple way to do this is to write down the contents of your boxes and label them. You can also make a list of all the packing supplies you’ll need so that you can pack efficiently. If possible, you should also set a moving date that will keep you on the right track.

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Moving Out Tips

Moving Out Tips: How To Prepare For A Fast And Easy Move

Moving to a new home can be an exciting yet stressful experience for many people. As the average American moves more than 11 times in his or her lifetime, a majority of individuals know that relocating to another residence can be challenging. Not only do you have to pack up all of your belongings, but you also have to get rid of the things that you don’t need. Moreover, you have to get some help moving all your things and ensure that your precious items arrive unscathed. If this is your first time relocating or if you’re hoping to do better than your last move, check out these tips to prepare for a fast and easy move. Read More

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Top 10 Most Popular Posts of 2017

A new year is upon us and we want to share with you all of our most popular topics from 2017. From junk removal to moving to Veteran Services and Charity work we have all your favorite topics compiled in one list.

If you have any comments of these topics we would love to hear from you as well as any other topics you would like us to discuss this year.

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Year In Review- 2017

We wanted to start off by saying how grateful we are to have such wonderful customers. You aren’t just “customers” in ours eyes, you are apart of our family! Without your support we wouldn’t be able to do what we do. We love to help others and you all make that possible for us! Some may say that the junk removal and moving industry may be boring, but oh boy are they wrong! We have had such a wonderful and exciting year, and we owe it all to you- our Grunts family! We wanted to share with you some of the exciting things we have done over the year! Read More

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Six Tips For A Stress Free Move

Did you know that well over 1 million people in the United States currently live in a different place than they resided only 5 years prior (approximately ⅓ of the US Population). Statistics show that the average American will move 11.7 times in their lifetime. Annually only 9% of movers relocate more than 500 miles away, where 61% of movers remain in the same county. Regardless of the details relating to your specific move, there are countless ways to ease the stresses and complications of moving.

6 Tips For A Stress Free Move-

Hire A Moving Company:

Save yourself from relying on friends and family or having to do it all yourself. Optimize the efficiency of your move and hire a professional and experienced team of movers such as Grunts Move Junk. No job is too big for our Grunts, whether you need the whole moving package or just a few extra hands to help move heavier items, Grunts Move Junk has you covered!

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Home Moving Tips Essential Box

Moving Tips: The Essential Box

If you have ever moved before, you understand how chaotic your first night in your new home can be. You will have half unpacked boxes in every room of your house for days. To make your first few nights a little more comfortable and less stressful, make sure to pack an essential box! Read More