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Best DIY Moving Guide For Packing & Unpacking + Moving Estimates In Jersey City

by PRC Agency PR

How many times have you moved already?

One time?

Four times?

Eight times?

And you still need a guide on how to pack your stuff?!

No, I'm just kidding - you're definitely not alone, and I'll tell you why.

Research suggests that the average person will move up to a dozen times in their life, and that's crazy, because do you know what else the research tells us?

Moving is also considered one of the most stressful ordinary life events that you can put yourself through - and we do this about a dozen times, each.

Honestly, that's... a lot - but it doesn't have to be so terrible every time.

Generally, when someone has a really bad time moving, it's either because they were too disorganized, or they just had too much work to do, and not enough hands to do it. Luckily, there's a solution to both.

It's all in this free guide from Movers.com - just click here to read it, right now.

Of course, I'll tell you the solutions - but they explain it better. Here's the short version, in a nutshell.

To reduce your stress and keep everything organized, all you have to do is use one of two options. Either follow the step-by-step instructions in the free guide or hire a professional.

Which option will work best for you, depends on your situation. Personally, if I can afford it, I'll always hire a professional because, well, that's literally what they do best - and I want to protect my possessions, and my sanity.

If hiring a pro isn't in your budget, don't worry - because this step-by-step guide has you covered. You'll just need to schedule a bit of time to get it done, but it's not that complicated, I promise.

I can already hear you asking, "How can I know if I can afford a professional?!"

Well, I'm glad you asked, because I found a cool little trick to answer that question, and it can also save you a ton of money. Here's how it works.

Click right here to go the Movers.com website, and look for the big green button that says "Get Quotes."

Click that button, and enter some information about your move, such as where you're moving from and to, how much stuff you have, and whether you want it professionally packed and unpacked. Movers.com will send that information to their best, pre-screened movers, and they'll send you back up to 7 estimates, absolutely free, and with no obligation.

Between that and the free guide, you should quickly be able to figure out if it's worth hiring professionals, and what to do if you're planning a DIY job.

If you are going to DIY the move, just use the free guide to get everything done in an organized way, and it should be no problem. The steps are pretty simple, like working one room at a time, packing like things with like, and labeling your boxes.

When you get to your new home, just reverse the process to unpack - and you're done.

I mean, it's gonna take some work, but it's not complicated at least, if you follow all the steps. If you forgot what they are already, click here for the free guide - and maybe consider bookmarking it for future reference.

Just make sure that you don't forget to make a list, and check it twice, just like Santa Claus. Whether you're doing it yourself, or hiring a pro, this is the number one step to staying organized and making sure you don't lose anything along the way.

Oh, and don't forget that the free rate estimator can be used for more than just packing and unpacking. It can put you in touch with top-rated moving companies anywhere in the USA, whether you want full-service movers or just someone to drive the truck.

If you're not really interested in the packing and unpacking guide, and you just want your 7 free, no-obligation estimates, that's fine too. Just click right here, and look for the big green "Get Quotes" button.

Movers.com City: North Brunswick Township Address: 1596 U.S. 130 Website https://www.movers.com/ Phone +1 866 343 1243

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