In these critical times, Miami Movers For Less wanted to take this opportunity to assure you, our loyal customers, that your safety and that of our staff come first andforemost. Defined as one of the “essential businesses in Miami” by the governor of Florida, our company is committed to helping the people of Florida during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Our moving business is taking all necessary precautions to guarantee the safety of our customers and moving crews while providing any of our moving and storage services. We are taking extensive sanitation and cleanliness measures to prevent any further spread of the virus. Our team will be using the following practices to ensure the same level of first-class, five star moving processes that you are used to receiving from us:

  • We will be providing all moving estimates online, virtually, via phone or email from this point on.
  • The wellbeing of all parties involved comes first. Any members of our staff displaying even the slightest symptoms of flu will be sent home until further notice. Any customers that feel ill should immediately notify us so that we might re-schedule, postpone, or cancel the move so as to prevent any unwanted risks.
  • All members of our moving crews are equipped with gloves, disinfectant sprays/wipes and hand sanitizer – to mitigate your protection and theirs.
  • We take the appeal of social distancing measures seriously, hence limiting any unneeded contact with customers while this pandemic is in effect. We offer our sincerest apologies for not being able to demonstrate the professionalism and respect toward customers with our usual introductory handshake.
  • Upon arrival of our moving crew, we kindly ask that you give them the space required for them to protect the home with all safeguards like floor runners, and door jams (Extra Charge). They need the appropriate space to safelyand efficiently service your move and allow them space to do their job.
  • Try to open doorways and windows when available and appropriate, to increase air circulation and ventilation.
  • All the cabs and boxes of in our trucks are sanitized, as well as all blankets, pads, tools and equipment after each and every move. We do this to reduce any risk of cross-contamination.
  • We invite you to also sanitize and wipe down any and all exposed surfaces and furniture prior to our arrival. We would appreciate that you do anything that you can do to help keep our working conditions safe and sanitary for our men. All your efforts in this manner will be greatly appreciated.
  • Owners / office staff will be working around the clock from home with complete access for our team and our customers via phone, email and text.

We would once again like to take this chance to thank you for choosing Miami Movers For Less. It is our sincere pleasure to serve you. Our promise to you, and no matter what circumstances, is to continue to deliver the 5-star relocation services that our customers depend on.

Should you need to reach us directly, please feel free. Text is always the quickest, and we are literally here for you 24/7.

Thank you, be well and stay healthy!

Moving in with your partner – tips and tricks

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Moving in with your significant other? Congrats! Moving in together is a big life transition for couples. Whether you’re a few months into dating or about to get married, moving in with your partner can be tricky. There are a lot of little things to work out before taking this major step forward in your relationship. Check out the tips and tricks for making your move go as smoothly as possible prepared for you by Miami Movers For Less. We are sure that you will find them more than helpful.  

Their place, your place, or a new place?

First things first: you and your partner will need to decide if you’ll move into their place, stay in yours or find a new place together? This might not be a hard decision if you both live in studio apartments and what you really need is something bigger. However, if one person already lives in a bigger place, you’ll still need to take into consideration other factors. These include commutes to work, accommodations for any pets, neighborhood amenities like parks, restaurants, shopping, etc. Talk about what’s important to you. If either of your places doesn’t make the cut, start your real estate search as soon as possible. You need to know where you’re moving and how big the place is before you hire residential movers FL residents recommend.

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Make sure you find reliable movers to help you

Decide what you’ll keep, toss or donate 

Before moving in with your partner, you’ll need to talk about what you plan to do with all of your belongings. Most likely you’ll find things that are duplicates between your two households or things that you don’t want anymore. Then there are the large items, like dressers and sofas that may not fit in the new place. Now’s the time to sort the stuff in both of your apartments and decide what you’re keeping, and what you’re selling, donating or tossing before the move. Bear in mind that everything you keep adds to the cost of your move and the amount of space you’ll need in the new place. If you’re hiring a moving company, the price you’ll be quoted will be based on weight. The heavier the load, the more expensive it’ll be to move.

Packing is an important step

Don’t underestimate packing when it comes to moving in with your partner. If you don’t pack your belongings properly, you risk damages. Use quality moving supplies and the best plastic containers for moving you can find to ensure the safety of your possessions. Try to pack most of your stuff a few days before the move, so that you aren’t in a hurry. Packing everything in an organized manner will also make unpacking much easier. That way you can:

  • make a checklist
  • label all of the boxes accurately
  • make sure you didn’t forget anything.

If you are not sure whether you can pack your items properly, you can always hire some good packing services Miami has to offer.

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Make a checklist of your belongings before packing to keep everything neat and organized

DIY moving or hiring movers?

You’ll both need to decide whether you want to execute the move yourselves or hire professional movers. Consider your budget, preferences, and schedules. If you decide to hire professional moving services FL, make sure you enlist a reliable company. Don’t solely rely on the first company that appears after you search “cheap movers near me.” Do your research, ask your friends about recommendations, and compare prices. If you don’t have experience with relocations, or you simply don’t want the hassle of doing it yourself, hire movers. It can also help you be more environmentally-friendly, which should always be the goal.

Money and moving in with your partner

It’s extremely important to talk about money before the big move. The good news is that moving in together usually comes with a handful of financial benefits. Such benefits include (but are not limited to): shared rent, bills, utilities, and groceries. Additionally, you will save money you used to spend on transportation just to see each other a few times a week. However, moving in with your partner can still present a few financial hurdles. Set aside time to have a talk with your partner where you outline your complete financial picture. Inform your partner about your income, credit score, any debts or loans, assets like savings and investments, and other financial obligations. It’s very important that you decide on a monthly budget. You should also decide who pays and how when it comes to rent, mortgage, car payment, etc. Make sure your financial expectations are understood clearly.

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Determine a monthly budget for you and your partner and stick to it in order to make living together easier

After the move

If you thought the moving process is the hard part when it comes to moving in together, just you wait. Getting used to your new living arrangement will probably be harder. But it’s very well worth it, and there is a solution to most problems. For example, purchasing two comforters could be the solution to any sleeping woes. There’s no need to shiver or sweat your way through the night, when you can simply use your own blanket. Also, remember to divide closet space before you start unpacking. That way you’ll have a plan for who gets what shelves or hanging spaces and avoid conflict down the road. It’s also a good idea to talk about interior design preferences before getting too far into decorating. If you can work together to find a style you and your partner both like, it’ll make living together more comfortable for everyone.

Movign in with your partner should be exciting 

Given all of the required planning and coordination of both your schedules, moving in with your partner can be a stressful time in your life. Just keep in mind that it should also be one of the happiest and most exciting as well! Remember to talk with your partner about your expectations and share your hopes, as well as your worries. Communication is key. Follow these tips and tricks and moving in together will go seamlessly.

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