Your new home can have many issues, and it is important that you know how to deal with them. Mold is something that can occur in any home, and if you see it, it is necessary to try to get rid of it as soon as possible.
Your new residence may need some renovations or additions that you planned to complete before moving in. While this may be a big task, there are some specific ideas you can consider to make sure that your home gets the expansion and changes that it needs to better suit you and your family.
Your new garage can be a great storage area, especially if you are not a fan of parking your vehicle inside. The additional square footage can provide a large area for your items that you don't immediately need, and by setting the room up correctly, it can make everything more accessible.
This was our second move with U-Pack and it went as flawlessly as the first. ABF communicates regularly about expectations and even provides hints and tips for making your move easier. The delivery driver was on time and the pick up was one phone call away. Both moves were reasonably priced, and went exactly as planned. We will be using them again in the next few months. Highest praise for ABF and the U-Pack experience.
Great service from Portland Maine terminal, as a former employee of ABF, recommended the service but this was my first time actually using it, went great, trlr arr on time and I had no damage, thanks for the extra load bars to support the bulkhead as one of the bars did not lock, delivering terminal folks were also great. Thank you.
U-Pack made a cross-country move from Denver to Los Angeles when I didn't even know what address I was moving to when I was packing the pods a STRESS-FREE experience. They were professionals and it still cost less than a normal loading up a trailer experience.
MY FIRST EXPERIENCE was GREAT, so it MADE SENSE to USE U-Pack AGAIN when I NEEDED to MOVE AGAIN!
EVERY EMPLOYEE that I ENCOUNTERED was the BEST, and THEY TOOK CARE of ME in such a way that I FELT as though I had MORE MONEY than I actually DO! HAHAHAHA