Delta movers find moving checklists for Pinterest lovers

If you love organizing, planning, making things pretty, and being ‘on top of it’ all the time, you’re going to love these moving checklists our Delta movers found for checklist lovers.   Moving checklists aren’t just for packing (though packing checklists are really handy). They can help you remember all the little details of the before-and-after of your move too.   Here are our favourites! ‘Anything but packing’ checklist for your move   Here is the link: To Do List for Moving   The checklist above doesn’t mean you don’t have to pack! It’s just a list of things other than packing that you have to take care of when you move. You might soon realize there is more to it than you think (or remember from last time), and planning in advance is key! Change of address checklists   Here are the links:   Plus we have articles on this topic too! See the links below:   Changing Addresses & Moving Services, Checklist & Guide for Metro Vancouver Office Relocation Checklist   Whether you use the ones we found above, or make your own with modified checkboxes, this is a handy tool to make sure your mail and bills are going to the right place after you move. You can save so much hassle by doing this. And, you might be able to save money by not going with a forwarding address service, since you’ll have told everyone who needs to know what your new address is. Checklists for monthly and weekly stages of packing before a move   Here are the links:  ...

How to pack kitchen food when moving in or out of Vancouver

You might think this topic doesn’t need a ‘how to.’ But you’d be surprised what the Internet can teach you when you do a little digging. Call it a ‘hack’ if you will. We’re about to teach you how to pack kitchen food when moving in or out of Vancouver. Step 1: eat your food before you move in or out of Vancouver This is important. Don’t buy more food at the grocery store until you make a serious commitment to go through your pantry, shelves, spice drawer and fridge. You will be amazed at how much food you have accumulated and not eaten. On the one hand, this can make you sad about the money you wasted. On the other hand, this can help you get creative by looking up recipes specifically to use all your ‘odds and ends’ food ingredients. Won’t that be fun? Food is heavy. If your mover has quoted you based on weight (which we think they shouldn’t), then moving food can get expensive. So if you don’t eat your food to save your money, you’ll need to consider whether getting rid of it is going to be cheaper than buying new food at your new home. Also, as a resident (or soon to be resident) of Vancouver, moving food is not as simple as you may think. We’ll get into that. Step 2: reduce and categorize your food to plan for the cost of the move As movers in Vancouver, we would strongly not recommend you take the approach of ‘dumping’ all your food into cardboard boxes and hope to ‘deal with it’...

Coquitlam movers discuss whether you should wait for lost pets to return home before you move

We’ve heard amazing stories about pets who found their way home after being lost. It can be months or even years after. And the distance can be incredibly far. Sometimes, it’s worth waiting for your pet to return home before you move. However, what do you do if you really have to move, and time is running out? Our Coquitlam movers discuss whether or not you should wait for lost pets to return home before moving. Before you wait to move, do whatever you can to find your pet We realize this section may be a bit obvious, but you should be looking for your pet. Posters and calling out their name on the street probably won’t be enough. According to this site, cats and dogs, for instance, display particular behaviours when they are lost. Those behaviours can depend on their personality, and, in the case of cats, whether or not they are indoor or outdoor cats. When they don’t return home, something is usually out of the norm. They could be injured and hiding, or scared. You’ll need to look under porches and in hiding spots to find them. The BC SPCA also has advice for finding your pet. While some folks who find lost pets bring them to shelters, some may take them in to their homes, thinking they are strays. There are websites and Facebook pages to help you find missing pets nowadays too. Consider the likelihood of your pets returning home before you delay moving If you’re moving in or out of Coquitlam, consider how likely it is that your pet will return home before...

Picking a composting toilet or eco-friendly toilet before you move in Vancouver

While the thought of a composting toilet probably sounds gross at first mention, you may be interested to know that the industry has come up with some advanced solutions to make it not so. Eco-friendly toilets are emerging as a great alternative both in public spaces and in private homes. If you’re moving in Vancouver, a composting toilet or eco-friendly toilet may be more accessible than you think. If you’re moving into a new home, and especially if you’re in the process of making upgrades to your home before you move, you may want to consider a composting toilet or an otherwise eco-friendlier toilet. These come in multiple forms, which we’ll describe below. We know what you’re thinking: why would I change my toilet before moving? Well, there are a few reasons people are opting for the composting toilet systems, or eco-friendly toilets. They are, among other things: A desire to care for the planet, and have an eco-friendly move Believe it or not, some of our societies may run out of clean water before we realize it! While this may not happen anytime soon in Northern Canada, it can happen in other places, and is currently being seen with droughts around the world. Even NASA has studied the scary issue. Turning salt water into drinking water is not that cheap to do, as the experience of California has taught us. Also, cesspools, which may seem like a natural way to get rid of waste, are actually causing harm to the environment in places like Hawaii. Pooping into the ground nowadays means distributing disease and other harmful things into the environment (like our drinking...

Relocating to an EMF-free zone in Canada

Richmond movers discuss relocating to an EMF-free zone in Canada What is an EMF-free zone? EMF stands for electromagnetic frequency. And people are claiming health problems because of it. Why? Our Richmond BC Movers explain more on the subject below. What are EMF zones, and will you find them in Canada if you move here? First of all, EMF zones are everywhere on the planet nowadays. We’ll get to that. So yes, you will find them in Canada. In fact, if you’re concerned about them, your search should be to just look for the opposite type of place to move to: EMF-free zones. But know this is rare. Radio frequencies (included in electromagnetic frequencies) are powering our modern world. Microwaves, cell phones, electric conductors, wifi – it all uses this technology (or rather, the discovery of this technology). This web page lists the ways you can be exposed to EMFs, according to proponents of the theory that it is unsafe. While mainstream health experts (like Health Canada and the World Health Organization) say there is no harm to humans from this these frequencies, others disagree. People have claimed health symptoms like numbing, breathing problems, anxiety and more. And these symptoms miraculously go away when the exposure to EMFs goes away. While these people are acknowledged as being ill, medical professionals are unable to scientifically diagnose the condition as coming from Wi-Fi or other electronic frequencies. Sufferers of electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) are calling themselves “refugees.” They are looking for places to relocate to. Sometimes, they’re claiming a loss of jobs or ability to go to school or work because of the illness. And,...

How to move a compost when doing a short distance move

Vancouver movers advise: how to move a compost when doing a short distance move In the past, we wrote an article for all you green thumbs out there who would want to move your garden plants with you to your new home: Movers in North Vancouver give ideas for preparing and moving garden plants We’ve also given tips for moving plants. If you have a compost you’ve been working on for a long time, it can be a shame to leave it behind when you move a short distance. While long distance moves can be preventative for bringing your compost with you (due to cross-country regulations on plants), it can be possible with a short distance move. Here are some options and tips we found on how to move a compost when doing a short distance move: Find a way to contain the compost before you move to your new home This is a step that needs to be taken care of well in advance of moving day. The compost is going to be messy, maybe even slimey and smelly, and so it will take a bit of work to keep it contained before it goes into a moving truck or any vehicle. Unless you or a friend has a flatbed truck that can make the trip just for the compost, you’ll want to find a container for it. Or, some on this forum have used plastic bags, and suggested poultry or sandbags as alternatives. But they did mention that the higher volume bags may be too heavy to lift, so do consider that before you try to consolidate...
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