There are a lot of different ways to describe moves, moving and moving companies.  We thought it may be fun - and useful - to put together a dictionary of sorts of moving terminology.​  A lot of moving companies, local and long distance, will use different types of moving terminology throughout their paperwork. 

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AuthorPatrick Human

We moved to our new facility in March and haven't been able to tell you all about it.  Our new warehouse is 23,000 square feet of clean and green space.  We have high end energy efficient lighting and environmentally friendly heating sources to reduce our carbon footprint.   We also have 3 loading dock doors, a floor you could eat off of and 100 brand new moving crates for your household goods storage.  

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AuthorPatrick Human

Moving any antique furniture, whether mid century or not, requires a lot of care and planning.  Some mid century furniture is actually easier to move because of how well it comes apart.  Other early century furniture requires a completely different approach and sometimes even crating.  Whether your moving long distance across Canada or locally around the corner, make sure your moving company takes the necessary steps to protect your valuable possessions.  

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AuthorPatrick Human

​As if long distance moving wasn't complicated enough?  Now they're telling me I need a what?  A shuttle?  When planning your long distance move it is important to understand any and all possible extra charges.  One of these charges is for a shuttle and there is a very good chance you may need one if you are relocating to a city center.

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AuthorPatrick Human

We have to apologize for the string of serious blog postings on our moving blog lately.  We do our best to keep it light but there are some serious issues facing moving in Canada and we do our best to touch on them once in a while.  As a professional moving company in Toronto, we hold ourselves to high standards.

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AuthorPatrick Human
The weather in Toronto is getting warm! Finally spring is upon us. This means lots of great things for all who endure the harsh Canadian winter. It also means moving season. Yes, peak season for moving companies in Toronto. Now why are we discussing this? Well every time demand increases for anything, certain opportunistic people follow along trying to capitalize.
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AuthorPatrick Human

Moving day in Montreal is a true Canadian phenomena!  This tradition in the province of Quebec dates from earlier in the 18th century when the province mandated fixed terms for leases of rental properties.  Moving day is actually not a legal requirement.  If you are moving from Toronto to Montreal you may want to watch out for this day!

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