• Expert Moving Hacks: The Best Tips Assembled in One Place

  • Hunting for an Apartment With a Roommate

  • 10 Signs it’s Time to Move into a Bigger Home

Free Storage for July & August

It’s moving season and we’ve got you a new deal for you! Enjoy free storage for July and August, 2015 if you book a move with us in Los Angeles, San Francisco, or New York. To book your move and redeem this deal: Get a free quote online at flatrate.com OR Call us New York: 212-988-9292 […]

Win Free Packing

Let’s get packing! You’ve booked your move and made all the preparations and now all that is left is the dreaded task of packing up a lifetime’s worth of belongings. You might be thinking to yourself, “How did I accumulate so much stuff? or “How on earth is that lamp fitting in a box?” Lucky […]

Expert Moving Hacks: The Best Tips Assembled in One Place

We tend to do things the same way, but a huge part of moving is about starting over. Maybe you always had to lean over your stove to get to the plates stacked up there (and almost burned off some important bits in the process) or maybe every time you opened your closet, the Swiffer […]

Hunting for an Apartment With a Roommate

Apartment hunting can be a stressful encounter for some renters, as there’s a lot to consider. That’s why tackling this task is usually made easier with help from your roommate. However, there are a few things you’ll want to keep in mind if you are pairing up with your future roomie to go apartment hunting. […]

10 Signs it’s Time to Move into a Bigger Home

Sometimes it’s hard to relate to the idea that your home is your castle, especially if you’re living in cramped quarters. No matter how much you love your current home or apartment, it might be time to take an honest look around and seriously consider whether it’s time to move on to bigger and better […]

Say Goodbye to the Dorm and Hello to Your First Apartment

Many students have a hard time trying to decide between living off campus or living in a school dorm. Some students cannot wait to experience dorm life while others are 100 percent sure that they want to get an apartment or rent a large house with friends. Of course, where you decide to live will dictate […]

Moving Tips: How to Move in with Someone without Compromising your Design Style

Photo credit: Decorist Use these seven moving tips to ensure your styles blend seamlessly before the big move. Moving in with someone and not sure you share the same design taste? Whether it’s a short term stay or a planned lifetime of living together, use these 7 moving tips to ensure that you both feel your […]

Organizing Your Kitchen

The kitchen is the heart of your home, and this vital room’s many pieces must work together to function properly. After clearing out your old kitchen, you swore you’d never block good workflow with cluttered drawers, mismatched container lids, or jumbled utensils ever again. If you’d like to streamline your kitchen, our expert partners at […]

How to Pack Light For a Trip

Summer is already underway, which means most people have vacations and weekend getaways on their mind. Every trip begins with a packing session, which isn’t the most exciting aspect of your vacation, but it is crucial. For starters, you’ll want to bring everything you’ll need for a big getaway without taking up a bunch of […]

The Most Often-Damaged Items When Moving (And How to Prevent Breakage!)

One thing people fear the most when moving into a new apartment or house is that their stuff will wind up at the new location broken, damaged or completely destroyed. This fear rings true, irrespective of whether you decide to move yourself or hire professionals. Avoiding damaged items is a priority for all movers. We […]

Moving Musts for the New YoPro

Moving for a job to a new city is exciting, but it can also be expensive if you hire professional movers to tackle every aspect of the job. Fortunately, there are a number of DIY moving options that can keep more of your hard-earned money in your pocket. Here are eight moving musts for relocating […]

Rural America: Moving Tips for the Heartland

Finding a Home, Job & Happiness in a Small Town In spite of the widely held belief that millennials are fleeing rural America, the situation isn’t as dire as some might think. Thirty-somethings are actually returning to small towns in large numbers. When college professors from the Universities of Minnesota and Nebraska conducted population studies […]