April 18th, 2011 - 1:13 PM
Packing for College? U-Pack can help!
Packing for college can be a difficult task— after all, there are lots of things to consider! Most students struggle with going from a decent-sized room of their own to having to share a really small room with a roommate. Of course, that means you won't have space to bring everything. Try following these seven easy steps to make packing for college a little easier.
Things to remember when packing for college:
April 14th, 2011 - 1:34 PM
Making a corporate move
If you're relocating with your company, you probably have a lot of special requirements. Aside from the typical moving checklist (buy moving boxes, make a reservation, rent your new apartment), here are some extra items that will be involved when making a corporate move.
April 11th, 2011 - 2:55 PM
The Busiest Cities for Texas Moving Trends
With over 25 million residents and counting, Texas has lots of moving activity! It's interesting to see the moving trends in and out of the Lonestar State, especially since it's the 2nd largest state in the country. Because so many U-Packers moved to or from Texas last year, we thought it would be cool to share some of your neighbors' moving trends. Read on to find out where the majority of Texas newbies came from, or where those leaving the great state were headed to.
March 28th, 2011 - 2:19 PM
How much do truck rental discounts really save?
Let's be honest, everyone loves a discount. If you're moving, you're probably no exception! While truck rental discounts may seem like a good deal, keep in mind the extra costs in addition to the basic rental rate when you're getting moving quotes.
Even with a truck rental discount, what's the full price?
Truck rental prices typically will not include fuel, taxes, or a collision damage waiver to protect the driver of the truck. Make sure to add these costs in, so that you can determine your overall cost.
March 18th, 2011 - 10:32 AM
Storage and Moving Solutions from U-Pack
There are a lot of scenarios that could cause you to need storage and moving options during your relocation: you may have to vacate your current home weeks before the closing date on your new house, or maybe you're going to tackle a few renovation projects before moving the furniture into your new home. Whatever the reason or need, U-Pack has several storage and moving alternatives to fit your moving budget.
March 7th, 2011 - 2:05 PM
Compare Ryder truck moving to U-Pack
Moving with a Ryder truck? Keep in mind that there might be other options to consider that you haven't thought of yet. U-Pack offers a service that's comparable to truck rental, but with some extra benefits that will make your move much easier.
So what are the differences between a Ryder truck and U-Pack moving trailers? Here's a look at what you'll get with each service.
March 4th, 2011 - 10:56 AM
Can I deduct my moving expenses?
The answer is 'maybe'. I know— if only there were a tax calculation handbook that could give simple yes-or-no answers, there would be much less tension in the world! Luckily, we've gathered a few guidelines to help you calculate your moving expenses.
February 28th, 2011 - 3:57 PM
Finding Quality Movers
While there are many quality movers across the country, there are also several 'scammers 'who prey on unsuspecting customers. In order to avoid a moving scam, it's important to do a little research on your movers prior to making a reservation.
When trying to find quality movers, make sure to consider the following:
February 25th, 2011 - 10:43 AM
Truck rental coupons end up costing more than they save
Most people associate rental trucks with cheap moving. But even with truck rental coupons, the cost of driving a rental yourself adds up pretty quickly. Here's how:
February 21st, 2011 - 2:18 PM
When it comes to military moving, U-Pack knows the drill. In this post, guest blogger Dana Deason explains the ins and outs of making a DITY move.
3 Ways to Make a PCS DITY Move Successful
If you're doing a PCS move and have decided that your best option is to choose a do-it-yourself moving company and be reimbursed by the government, I think you'll find these tips very helpful: