When to move from a home-based office to a commercial office space in Metro Vancouver

Wednesday, May 20th, 2015

Weighing the Costs & Benefits: Moving to a Metro Vancouver Office Working from home may be many Vancouverites’ dream come true. Some consider this a luxury, to be able to have fairly flexible hours, or to be able to wear whatever you want. As Vancouverites, the short commute from your kitchen or bedroom to your home-office is […]

When moving houses also mean moving a home-based Vancouver office

Tuesday, May 12th, 2015

Moving houses with a home office in Vancouver In most cases, your home-based office is being relocated because you are also moving homes. If the home office office mover is organized and planned properly, there will be minimal disruptions to your work after the move has completed. In this article, we hope to provide some tips on home-office moving to help eliminate […]

Tips for Moving into Metro Vancouver as a Retiree

Friday, April 24th, 2015

What to look for when moving as a retiree in Metro Vancouver Some retirees believe that moving to have a fresh start is a good idea. It’s nice to have a change of scenery, possibly downsize to save on expenses, and have a chance to move closer to people and places you love. If you or […]

Moving into accessible housing in Metro Vancouver

Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

Accessible Housing in Metro Vancouver Accessible housing is a type of construction design that allows independence for people who are living with a disability. Those who were born with physical limitations have lived their entire lives adapting to their environment. They know what to look for when moving into a new house. They know what living […]

Things to Know Before Renting Portable Storage in Vancouver

Wednesday, April 8th, 2015

Helpful things to know before renting out a Portable Storage unit in Vancouver With the housing prices in Metro Vancouver soaring, people are moving into smaller and smaller spaces to try to reduce the cost of rent. But sometimes, you just need more space. Usually, it’s not more space to live in, but more space to store your […]

Benefits of Climate-controlled Storage in Metro Vancouver

Thursday, April 2nd, 2015

Do I need climate-control storage in Metro Vancouver? When planning to pack and store away items in rental storage, it may seem simple to just rent a storage space and start loading. Actually, depending on what you are planning to store, you may want to consider an upgrade for your storage space to something called […]

Best Cyclist Commuter Cities in Metro Vancouver

Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

Are you a cyclist commuter looking to move within Metro Vancouver? Cycling is quickly becoming a transportation goal in the Metro Vancouver area, with the hopes that 50% of commutes will be made without a car by 2020. The City of Vancouver realizes and encourages this ‘green’ way of commuting (not to mention, it saves you […]

Black Bear Fears for North Vancouver, West Vancouver, or the Tri-cities?

Wednesday, March 18th, 2015

Biggest Black Bear Cities in BC: North Vancouver, Coquitlam, Maple Ridge What do these Metro Vancouver areas have in common? These are all Greater Vancouver cities that are near the beautiful local mountains. In these two articles on Moving Tips for BC Bear Country, we want to discuss a common concern when moving into these […]

Tips for Moving into Metro Vancouver’s Black Bear Country

Thursday, March 12th, 2015

Avoid these habits when moving into black bear country in Metro Vancouver Moving into bear-active cities should not be an anxiety-filled ordeal. Most bear-active cities like Coquitlam or North Vancouver, are beautiful scenic cities, with the local mountains and forests right in their  backyards. Some believe that having black bear encounters, or worrying about them […]

How to Avoid Moving Next to Noisy Neighbors in Metro Vancouver

Thursday, March 5th, 2015

Avoiding noisy neighbors when moving in Metro Vancouver Noisy neighbours are the worst. City life in the core of Vancouver can be naturally noisy, as expected when living in, or moving to any city. But a home should be a sanctuary of peace and relaxation. But when your neighbours are noisy to the point where […]