Summer Moving Tips from Cablemover

   When I was in college, I was blessed to have the same roommate for 8 years (yes, it took me 8 years). Anyway…we moved almost every year and for some reason we always found ourselves moving during Summer. I have no idea why we did this, but it just seems that Summer is Moving Season!!

Along with the stress of sorting through accumulations of old “stuff”, packing in an organized manner so you can find your keep-worthy “stuff”, loading a moving truck or your little black sports car over and over, cleaning in the spots of the house that you never even dreamed could get dirty, you still have to worry about transferring all of your bills and services over to your new residence. Wouldn’t it be nice to at least have one of these things taken care of for you?!!

Cablemover wants to help make the transition from one home to another easier

With the help of CableMover, all you need to do is put in the address of your new residence and CableMover will provide you with all you need to make moving less stressful.

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They can help you find professional movers in the area that can really make your life easier. You can also find special offers and information for cable, telephone, and other services in your new area. You can even find tips for decorating and organizing your new place!

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Comments

  1. Melanie Schemanski says:

    When we moved to OH from PA we were caravaning with our truck and van. The van had something go wrong with it and my husband had to fix it in the autozone parking lot.

  2. Betsy Barnes says:

    When we moved into our house, it was in the country outside of town, we took a break and I drove to town for dinner and got lost coming home 🙂

  3. michelle oakley warner says:

    i packed our bedroom set and forgot all the screws at the old house, was over an hour away and we werent going to go back. long drive again

  4. Not really funny, but when I first got married, we took our moving truck through Yellowstone. It was late at night as we came back, and our truck was going along the river. There was no bridge, and I was rather worried because it was soo dark. My husband at the time said, “Well you sure can’t fall asleep on this road.” You can imagine how calming that was for a young bride (I was only 19) who was barely married a month.
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  5. christal c willdebbie says:

    I drove from Florida to Mich. with a cat and litter box on my back seat.

  6. Amanda Alvarado says:

    No funny moving stories here…thankfully! LOL They were more frustrating than anything and none of our whole 2 moves have been more than 5-7 miles from each other! I am a control freak and dh is laid back! Do I need to say anything else!

  7. Lesley F says:

    When we were moving and I was younger, my mom, sister & I were driving to our new house in Georgia. This was when CB radios were the in thing. We ended up talking to all these truckers and it was so much fun!

  8. liberty boblett says:

    I left behind my all my pots and pans. Had to go back and ask the landlord if I could get my stuff I forgot! Felt like an idiot, he acted like it was putting him out….LOL

  9. desiree says:

    well me i can not pick up any thing over 5 lb so i had someone come and pack the kitchen stuff to go to storage well my dumb bf went and got big boxes and then they deiced well we will stuff the box and then they did then i said mark the box i had to wash the dished in new apt were is the dish soap and the dish washer stuff do no one new so i go and get some new one i get back and then they found it

  10. Seyma Shabbir says:

    I could not remember which box I put my coupons, stayed up unpacking until I found them! Husband thought I was determined to unpack 🙂

  11. Jerri Davis says:

    The Cat Scream Cat noise the whole way. Thank you. Jerri Davis

  12. Lori says:

    Fortunately all of my moves have been really, really good with no drama, only one instance of tears when my then husband-to-be broke the caster off of my grandmothers handmade cedar chest. Fortunately we were able to fix it.

  13. Jen V. says:

    We moved into our current house when I was 36 weeks pregnant with my youngest daughter. My husband wouldn’t let me do a thing! He’s such a sweetheart.
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