Packing for a Move
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Packing for a Move

Welcome to my website. I’m hoping to provide you with some useful packing tips. My name is Ellen Monday. My family and I moved from a very large home to a large home. My point being, although we still live in a large house, we did downsize. It was almost like packing for two moves because we had belongings going to the new house and some going to storage. We had to make decisions about what we wanted to keep, store and get rid of. I have some tips on how we made those decisions, and the best ways we found to pack. Items that were going into storage were packed differently than those we were moving to the new house. Boxes had to be carefully and clearly marked so we didn’t end up storing our everyday dishes or something tragic like that! Hope you enjoy my blog.


Packing for a Move

  • Insight To Help You Look For The Right Apartment For Your Needs

    28 April 2019

    When you are searching for your next apartment in which to live, there are certain things you look for, depending on whether you have several family members or have a pet or two. You can't always pick an apartment based on its outdoor pool or covered parking spaces, for example, because you need to look at some of the most important features of the property. Here are some tips you can use to help you in your search for the right apartment for your personal and family's needs.

  • Wood Chandelier Styles That Will Blow Your Mind

    19 March 2019

    When you hear the word "chandelier," it is a safe bet to say that you are imagining a chandelier dripping with faceted crystals that magnify, reflect, and multiply the light in the room. You certainly are not thinking of wood, which seems like it would be a very boring sort of chandelier indeed. However, there are light fixture companies that have done incredible things with wood, transforming an otherwise potentially boring material for chandeliers into a series of really extraordinary styles.

  • How To Prepare Your Home For Mold Remediation

    28 January 2019

    Mold growth in your home can represent a serious health threat to you and your family, as mold spores in the air can cause or aggravate breathing conditions like allergies and asthma.  Further, mold growth that is allowed to go on unimpeded for long enough can cause severe structural damage to the material that it is growing on, eventually requiring the replacement of drywall or other organic building supplies. Once you've noticed mold in your home, you should immediately get in touch with a remediation contractor like DiBiaso's Cleaning and Restoration, Inc to have it removed.