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Moving Trends in 2015

If you’ve moved long distance before, you’ll know that it can be a very stressful process. Therefore, it is important to understand the top moving tips and trends in the moving industry. With almost 100 years of moving and storage experience, National Van Lines knows what it takes to move cross country more than any other professional moving company.

2015 is definitely the year to move. The economy has improved over the past couple years, resulting in more families making the decision to move. 2014, in particular, was an incredibly popular year to move. Unfortunately, this meant that moving companies were so high in demand that some individuals struggled to find movers in time.

Plan in Advance

To ensure that you don’t add more stress when you move to your dream home this year, plan well in advance. 2015 is expected to continue this moving trend, making it just as busy as 2014. Early planning is high among our top moving tips. The earlier you plan, the more likely you’ll be able to move around the date of your choice.

Top Moving Tips for 2015

Allocate some time to sort through all of your belongings. Decide what you want to keep, donate, sell or throw away.

Calculate how many boxes you will need ahead of time, allowing you to focus on other aspects of the move. At National Van Lines, we can provide you with essential packing supplies such as boxes, strong tape and bubble wrap. Use sturdy packing boxes, particularly for heavier items.

Let National Van Lines Help You!

At National Van Lines, we can provide reputable and reliable relocation assistance. We invite you to get in touch for a free moving quote and to talk to us about your moving needs. Alternatively, if you want to speak to one of the friendly team straight away, don’t hesitate to call us at 877-590-2810.

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