While a majority of these blog posts have been written about the Boston area, I think it's time we get back to our roots....which is still technically Boston, BUT our Seattle branch continues to represent Yelp as the #1 rated moving company in Seattle.
Thanks to all of our active Yelpers!
You'll just save a couple of bucks and drag the couch up 4 flights of stairs alone right? Your significant other is 110 lbs but he/she can bang out a pull-up or two, so an extra body may be able to help here and there...right..?
As student fever sweeps over Boston in the coming days we at Can't Stop Moving wanted to provide our top 3 resources for those looking to tackle Boston on a budget! A new city can be intimidating- don't end up like Homer Simpson when he visits NYC.
Out of boxes? No more tape? Need a crane?
Ahhhhhhh it's the most wonderful time of the year....
Moving outside of Boston:
Two great resources on excellent homes out things to keep in mind when making a move "out to the country".
What goes into creating a quote with moving companies? Am I going to be charged by the amount of stuff I have, the amount of stairs, or the total amount of hours?
It's the most wonderful time of year...Christmas, finally! Allston Christmas that is. For those moving in Boston, be sure to swing through the surrounding neighborhoods to snag (often times high quality) appliances, couches, decorations, painting etc.
Sox, beer gardens, free concerts on the Common (Smash Mouth tomorrow!), rooftops and lonnnnnnnggggg sweattttty movessss. As we approach arguably the ugliest moving time of the year- you can find numerous nightmare stories online about moving to Boston in September)- it's important to familiarize yourself with our lovely city and learn where and how to enjoy it best.