METCALF MOVING BLOG

November 22, 2016

How to Pack Your Plants and Flowers

Check with State Officials before Moving Moving your household plants could be more difficult than you might expect. Plants are categorized as “perishable” items under federal guidelines. Because they are perishable, federal law does not allow them to be transported by regulated moving vans for distances greater than 150 miles, or on trips greater than […]

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November 15, 2016

Moving Wine? How to Move Wine Collections Safely

Moving a wine collection just may be the only potential drawback of having one. Fine wines are hypersensitive to movement, humidity, temperature and exposure to light, any of which can threaten their character and chemistry. To protect your investment ─ and avoid ending up with a lifetime supply of vinegar ─ advance preparation is required […]

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November 7, 2016

How to Pack Shoes for a Move

If your shoes have survived pre-move planning without being routed to a giveaway or garage sale pile, chances are you plan on wearing them again someday. Take the time to pack them correctly so that they still look wearable when you reach your destination. Here are our tips for how to pack shoes:  Don’t simply […]

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