Moving is often synonymous with summer – the kids are off school, which allows for more flexibility in your schedule, and the housing market is busier. But there are times when a move during the heart of winter is necessary. Moving at this time of year can have its benefits.
There is no single identifiable aspect of our daily activity that has more of a bearing on the success or failure of our business than safety. Every time a driver gets behind the wheel, he or she is at risk. Truck drivers are in the top 5 most dangerous careers
Storage can be an important part of the moving process. Jay’s Transportation Group Ltd. offers clean, palletized storage in government-approved and fully insured warehouses at each of our locations. The charges for storage are based on the actual weight of the household furniture and personal effects to be stored. There
Several months ago, we posted a blog entitled What to Pack Last. Today’s post is the corollary. You’ve decided to start the daunting task of packing and you’re standing in your house wondering where to begin. Here are a few suggestions to get you started… Storage Items. Your belongings in
When our customers are planning a move, we are often asked, “What about my plants?”. We suggest moving your plants yourself. A couple of days before your move, water your plants normally, taking care not to over water. Pack your plants the night before or the morning of the move.
Many people are looking for ways to have less and do more, to downsize, declutter, and simplify both their living spaces and their finances. Millennials and seniors alike are moving into apartments, micro homes, condos, and other smaller dwellings. Jay’s movers have helped numerous families downsize to gain more freedom,