The worst part of moving is usually the packing and unpacking. When you are moving, you really get to see how much stuff you have. I’m sure by your tenth trip you’ll be thinking, “I have too much stuff.” There are many reasons to simplify your life and minimize the amount of stuff you have
Snow and sleet are just around the corner. The chill in the air is so palpable you can almost already feel it in your bones. If the idea of gray skies, cold winds, and just… well, winter, in general, fills you with dread, consider the Florida moving services of DeVries Family Moving.
When you’re moving to a new home, there’s always a lot to get done—packing, working with movers, coordinating logistics, paperwork, transferring accounts…the list goes on and on. But what about before you’re ready to take the plunge and pack up your things?
Whether you’re a Florida native or are moving to South Florida to experience the great weather, culture and affordable living it can offer, DeVries Family Moving can help you get there, quickly and easily. We offer comprehensive services and amenities so that we can do the heavy lifting and you can focus more on what matters—heading to the beach!
While the weather and sunshine throughout Florida is equally beautiful, when it comes time to decide to live on one coast or another, the choice is tough. Which one has better beaches? Which is better for a family vs. a couple?
While many consider the moving process to be strictly about packing up your things and getting from here to there, the DeVries Family Moving experts know it’s a bit more involved than that.
Florida isn’t nicknamed the “Sunshine State” for no reason. Florida boasts some of the most temperate year-round weather in any state. With the monthly average temperatures in Orlando, FL (according to Florida Travel USA’s website), ranging from 60.9 degrees Fahrenheit up to 82.8 degrees Fahrenheit, we couldn’t wish for anything better!
Moving your self is a popular option now. Self-service movers might seem like the better option, but that isn’t always the case. Port St. Lucie Movers, DeVries Family Moving & Storage, have put together some tips on how to choose between a mover and a u-pack.
If you are moving to South Florida during golf season, you probably can’t wait to break out your clubs and hit the green. With over 1250 courses throughout the state, you’ll never run out of new places to play.
You may ask yourself, how could the Golden Rule apply to moving? Here’s how… Every time you move you want everyone to help. But stop and think. Did you help them move? Moving takes time and effort.
As we all know, the most difficult part of moving is not the labor – you can always get help with the packing and heavy lifting. Instead, the real challenges of moving are leaving friends and family, changing jobs, and helping your kids adjust to a new school.
Moving can be exciting and often times overwhelming for homeowners. It is difficult to plan the whole move and decide which items to bring with you and which to leave behind. When you are moving away from the beach and inland, there are a few items that you can easily part with.
It’s true: DeVries Family Moving is obsessed with moving. We have been every since we started our business over 21 years ago! Helping people make it to their final destination on-time and on-budget is as rewarding as anything we do, because our customers’ satisfaction is our main priority.
The question that may be running through your mind right now is: “What is a USDOT number and what does it have to do with my moving company?” The laws and regulations surrounding the moving industry can be complex, but one thing is for sure.
If you’re preparing for a move, then it’s important to take the time to shred and dispose of your sensitive documents containing any personal information carefully. Identity theft is becoming more and more common, and the last thing you want is to become a statistic.
As an A+ rated moving company with the Better Business Bureau, DeVries Family Moving & Storage is dedicated to listening to our customers and working hard to help you out. We take pride in our reputation as expert movers in Port St. Lucie and are always willing to offer advice on the best moving strategies and the best time to move.
Moving to a new place is an exciting experience. Looking forward to new people, environments and community can really be something to look forward to. This same positive excitement can quickly become negative if you have not prepared yourself in the correct manner.
Moving can be an intimidating venture especially if a number of belongings you have accumulated over the years has grown exponentially. It is quite common for people to have extra stuff lying around and when going through the process of moving the less stuff to pack and move is sometimes a much better option.
Moving can be and usually is, stressful. While the big day is exciting, it is also filled with surprises that, if you’re not prepared, will leave you hot, sweaty and exhausted. To combat this issue, the good folks at DeVries Family Moving have compiled a list of five tips for moving in Port St. Lucie – or wherever your relocation may take you!