Tips For Getting Cheaper Rent Are you attempting to move, but are wary because of the cost of rent? With monthly payments at the highest price they have been in 30 years, you are not alone. Rent is climbing every month, but that does not mean finding an affordable rental is impossible. Here are some tips on how to pay less when looking for an place to rent. Late payments can end up costing you more with late fees. Offering to pay early gives a landlord incentive to lower the rent during negotiations. Ask your potential landlord if they are willing to write a trigger clause into the lease contract that if you fail to pay the rent early you get a $100 discount. Landlords usually have full-time jobs. Doing some cleanup and maintenance around the apartment complex can get you a decent reduction. One of the best ways to get a large discount is by splitting it with someone else. As [...]
Keeping Your Possessions Safe Is Our 1st Priority If you have a special piece of furniture that needs safeguarding during a move 1st Step Movers can move it safely. Our pros can dismantle and reassemble furniture, move with minimal scratches on your floor and furniture, and provide insurance for you belongings. We have the skill and experience to keep your belonging's safe.
Before Moving, Check for the Gypsy Moth Since 1st Step Movers is based out of a Gypsy Moth quarantine state, we feel it is essential that we provide some information and resources for our clients that are moving to non-infested areas. Gypsy Moth Resources Gypsy Moth Partner Toolkit Your Conten Watch Video: Gypsy Moths Send Forest Animals Packing PSA APHIS Gypsy Moth Information Page View USDA Regulatory Information Visit the Slow the Spread Foundation Learn More from the U.S. Forest Service Please Remember: Don't Move Firewood Gypsy Moth Checklist Gypsy Moth Quarantine Map This map provided by the USDA shows quarantine areas. If you are moving from those areas you will need to inspect your household goods for gypsy moth if you're moving to a non-infested area. 1st Step Movers also checks on all long distance moves.
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Steps we are taking admid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic As we all face the challenges of the COVID-19 virus, please know that 1st Step Movers is committed to maintaining safe and healthy conditions for our employees and customers. The safety of everyone is our priority in times like this. Our company is taking the COVID-19 virus threat seriously. We will, of course, continue to provide our services professionally and safely, with respect to all of you who gave us your trust for transporting your personal belongings 1st Step Movers is monitoring the current situation with the COVID-19 virus daily, we understand that there is no specific medicine to prevent or treat Coronavirus disease (COVID-19). As such. we have to do everything in our power to ,make certain that conditions are safe for our clients and employees. READ MORE
Moving Tips: Utilities Make sure that you have lights, heat, water, and Wi-Fi when you arrive at your new home. And so will the new residence of you old place, that why it's important to make arrangements to disconnect you old utilities and start your new services.
Moving Tips: Address Change Check out USPS.com's options for changing your address online. You can set the date of you move so you don't miss any of you mail. They also have deals with exclusive mover's coupons.
Moving Tips: Perishable Items Perishable Items are Foods are those likely to spoil, decay may become unsafe to consume on a long distance move. Meats, poultry, fish, dairy products, frozen food, household cleaners, paint. Consider eating out or purchasing just enough to last until moving day.
Moving tips: What to bring and not to bring The longer you have lived at your current residence, It's safe to assume that you have accumulated things that you no longer want. Maybe sell some of these things so you have a little extra cash to make your new place feel like home.