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Local vs. National Moving Companies: An Interview with Matt Ellis of 3E Moving & Storage Local vs. National Moving Companies: An Interview with Matt Ellis of 3E Moving & Storage

By Matthew Ellis

Matt gives us some insight on the advantages the come along with working with a local moving company, and the importance of quality customer service!

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Why Hire a Moving Company: An Interview with Jean Brillant of Brilliant Move Why Hire a Moving Company: An Interview with Jean Brillant of Brilliant Move

By Jean Brillant

Jean shares some great reasons why hiring a moving company can make your move less stressful, and even more affordable!

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Organizing Your Move Organizing Your Move

By Elizabeth R. Elstien

It's almost moving day. Are you packed and prepared? Ease stress and follow these organizing tips to ensure a smooth move to the Massachusetts home of your dreams.

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Five Things to Do Before You Close Five Things to Do Before You Close

By Colleen Colkitt

Before you close on a new home make sure everything is all set at the new place. Don't forget to do these important things before you move, or you might miss out on more than just your mail!

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Power Purchase Agreements And Selling Your Home Power Purchase Agreements And Selling Your Home

By Tabitha Jean Naylor

In November 2012, Massachusetts approved a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) between Cape Wind and NStar. Find out more about this innovative way of receiving solar power inside.

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A Good Moving Experience A Good Moving Experience

The approach of the moving team was very much professional and they deserved some additional bonus for the safe execution of the move without any damage to the property and without any injury to anyone.

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Moving Horror Stories Moving Horror Stories

By Chris Piraino

Everyone has a story about their moving experience, either good or bad. Moving is a big event, and any number of things can go wrong to mess up the...

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Should I Hire a Moving Company or Move on My Own? Should I Hire a Moving Company or Move on My Own?

By Jessica Hajjar

Moving into a new home can be stressful. One of your main concerns will be making sure all of your belongings are moved safely and securely. However, many homeowners also want to save as much money as possible during the process. This leads to the big decision: Should you hire a moving company or opt for the DIY option and move your things on your own?

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Five Tips for a Fiasco-Free Move Five Tips for a Fiasco-Free Move

By Valerie Dorer

Saying goodbye to one home, furnishing a new one, and trusting strangers with your belongings are not easy things to do. In fact, there are few things more stressful than moving. The one thing you can do to give yourself some peace of mind during this hectic time is to organize!

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Quick Tips for Safely Packing and Moving Glass Quick Tips for Safely Packing and Moving Glass

If part of your move requires moving some flat glass - such as tabletops, mirrors, or any framed pieces - you probably could use a little help keeping your things protected. These pieces can be very fragile, sometimes heavy, and generally more difficult to properly pack.

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