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Planning to move in Connecticut soon? Why not consider moving to Weston? What you may not know about Weston is that it is a bit of a celebrity-haven having been home to famous names such as Bette Davis, Rodney Dangerfield, and even Keith Richards. If you’re feeling really bouji, you could even consider moving into Robert Redford’s former Connecticut abode. Redford’s former pad was designed by architect Michael Greenberg and features barn-style walls and multiple stone fire places. The five-bedroom rustic Connecticut house was clearly meant to be a host’s house as it has several open decks and patios, a pool and spa area and lush gardens. The property is gorgeous and is a nice private place to live thanks to the extensive surrounding tree-life. Your Connecticut relocation professionals would love to be the moving company responsible for this move! The price tag on this gorgeous Weston house is a whopping 1.3 million, which is less than the price Robert Redford sold it for back in 1998, so the next proud owners will get quite a good deal on this extravagant Connecticut home!

Can you imagine moving into a one-billion-dollar house? How about moving in to a TWO-billion-dollar house? Your Connecticut mover is fascinated by the world’s first two-billion-dollar home located in Mumbai. Inspired by a stay in New York City back in 2005, Nita Ambani started having ideas of what would eventually turn into an abode like nothing your movers have ever seen out on the job! The skyscraper house towers 550 feet above the ground and has more than 400,000 square feet of living space inside. Nita Ambani is the wife of Mukesh Ambani who heads Mumbai’s Reliance Industries; Mukesh is also the fifth richest man in the world! Considering the wealth of the Ambani family, your Connecticut mover strongly assumes that the move into their mansion involved many moving crew members and also a whole lot of extremely valuable household items! An essentially disposable income sure can enable one to live lavishly and very comfortably, but your mover knows that even the most wealthy of people on the move are still subject to moving-related stress. Considering the massiveness of this monument of a house, there was likely much to stress over when the Ambanis were planning to move into their awesome mansion back in January of 2009. Moving stress happens even to the best of us!

Finding yourself a little overwhelmed by your upcoming move in Connecticut? This is completely normal for someone preparing to relocate to a new home, but the stress can easily cause problems if you let it take over. Stress may cause you to lose sight of what is important when you are discussing your moving needs with a Connecticut relocation service provider. Rather than risking a bad moving experience resulting from a less-than-thorough explanation of your moving needs to your mover, consider scheduling an in-home estimate. Many moving companies offer free in-home estimates. An expert estimator can scope out your home room by room so that you know your moving crew will arrive completely prepared for a well-orchestrated transition on your move day.

Planning a move definitely has its way of scrambling the mind of an average person. Your Connecticut relocation expert here feels almost obligated to tell you of a weekly class in South Windsor that could help you rid your mind of moving stress and other negative thoughts. Every Thursday evening starting at 6 o’clock, Odiyana Meditation Center will be hosting ‘Meditations for a Clear Mind.’ Classes are ideal both for beginners and advanced-level meditation buffs. Classes are ten dollars each. More information on the program is available via Your Connecticut mover hopes that you find much relief through meditation practice; however, when it comes to moving stress, the best remedy is to hire a reputable relocation service provider devoted to keeping your move simple, affordable, and hassle-free!

Your Connecticut moving specialists are happy to report that no injuries have been reported after this afternoon’s earthquake scare. At roughly two o’clock this afternoon, the state of Virginia experienced a magnitude 5.8 earthquake which sent tremors moving through surrounding states, Connecticut included! Though man buildings were evacuated as a safety precaution, no accounts of serious injury or damage have occurred in Connecticut. Your Connecticut movers are surely not alone in expressing sympathy for any families closer to Virginia who have been affected by this afternoon’s catastrophe.

Throughout your move, it is hard to shake the temptation to relax when you should be packing and preparing for your moving day. Sure there is quite a bit more physical demand involved with moving than what you’re typically accustomed to, but the time to slack off is not while packing. There is good news though! There actually is a time and a place for relaxation during your moving experience. The time to unwind is after your Connecticut moving crew has finished unloading the truck full of your household belongings into your new home. True, your moving tasks are not fully complete at this point, but there are still advantages to taking a load off after delivering your stuff to the new place; and the advantages go beyond taking a much needed break from all the hard work you’ve been doing.

You have moved in to your new place. There are boxes upon boxes of your stuff stacked up in your living room, furniture has not yet been arranged; your new house may look a bit like a disaster area, but by now you have probably grown accustomed to that look considering what your last place looked like as boxes were packed and other preparations for your moving day were executed. By now there are no more deadlines to meet, no closing dates to cause a race against time, just some unpacking and furniture arranging to do; and you are free to complete this step at whatever speed you choose! Take advantage! Take the time to do the most thorough job of organizing every single item in your home and not only will you get a bit of much desired rest; you may also succeed in becoming the most organized that you have ever been, and this is definitely a good look for your new home!

Your Connecticut local movers here have seen many interesting and unusual things over the years moving people in Connecticut and beyond. But a recent finding has made it obvious to your Connecticut mover that we haven’t seen it all. The proud owners of a rather extravagant home in Manhattan are one of a very few who have the luxury of a full blown swimming pool in their own living room! Your mover here imagines that the occupants of the stunning house are huge fans of swimming and get to enjoy an indulgent swim or lounge by the pool all year round! It is no surprise that this is the first living room pool that your Connecticut movers here have seen, it is not very logical to assume that any home-owners with a pool and a television in the same room would have any desire to relocate to another home! Living room pools… What will the come up with next!?

Moving is one of the most stressful to-do list items for many people, and it is understandable why. But many people love everything about moving! Unless you are hiring a full service moving company to handle your entire relocation, moving is a great opportunity to get some good exercise, and it is also fun to spice up your life with a fresh new pad in a fresh new town. Connecticu moving companies know that making a household transition isn’t most people’s idea of fun, but overshadowing the not-so-fun parts of your move with excitement to settle into the new place is a great way to remember your move as an enjoyable experience once all is said and done. Don’t stress your move!

“Friends” favorite, Jennifer Aniston, is expected to be moving to New York very soon. The pop culture icon recently purchased a gorgeous penthouse apartment as well as a property on the floor below her top-level pad in the city. The move to NYC is rather fitting as many fans of the popular TV show, Friends, associate her and the rest of the gang with the downtown New York style surroundings Aniston will soon call home. Having moved celebrities in the past –Joan Rivers for example– your Connecticut movers here are hopeful that when her moving day is near, Jennifer will call on us to provide the relocation services which will be needed. Her new place looks lovely, complete with a private rooftop terrace and more than three thousand square feet of space to call her own; this may be the last move Jennifer Aniston plans for a long while.

Do you plan to move soon? If relocation is on the horizon for you, good tips are extremely valuable right now, and your Connecticut movers have ten great packing tips for you to consider!

  • Pack as much as you can! Packing is time consuming, and doing your own packing shaves a lot of time off of the job your movers will do for you on your move day. Shaving time means cutting costs, which your Connecticut mover knows is important.
  • Start packing as early as possible! Again, packing is time consuming, and the last thing you want is to fall behind and either rush to finish or spend extra time and money still packing on your moving day. It is never too early to start packing, and being able to take your time will ensure that your packing efforts are efficient and painless.
  • Be on the lookout for free boxes and save money on moving supplies by stock-piling a collection of good boxes you can use for moving. Many supermarkets have been known to give such boxes away!
  • Plastic storage bins are great for packing too! Be smart and take advantage of packing containers you may already have at home.
  • Before you begin to pack, eliminate items that you know you won’t use/need at your new place. Craigslist is a great way to sell items which you no longer want, or you can donate your unwanted goods to a local thrift store and write it off on your taxes! The less you have to pack and move, the better!
  • Use color coding to label each box. Pick a color for each room at your new destination, and use colored paper to easily label without having to bend down and read each box. This method of box labeling speeds up the unloading process significantly.
  • Pack according to priority to allow for a relaxed unpacking process. Some items are more important than others –tooth brushes pillows blankets, etc– by packing according to priority, you can easily unpack your essentials upon arrival, and then take as long as needed/desired to unpack the rest of your moving boxes.
  • Use smaller boxes to pack books and other heavy items. You may have a whole library of literature in your home, but packing a whole lot of books in the same box can quickly become too heavy to handle! By packing into smaller boxes, each box can be carried by one person so that you are able to handle your own packing without over straining and possibly injuring yourself!
  • Inventory each box so that nothing gets lost or misplaced during your move. If you have ever spent weeks searching for a lost remote control after moving into a new home, you can surely relate to this useful packing tip! You may not want to unpack everything immediately upon moving in to your new place, but having an inventory which enables you to know where every packed item is will ensure that you don’t temporarily lose any items during your gradual unpacking process. Number each box and keep a spreadsheet or simple list accounting for each box’s entire contents.
  • Designate a room or area in your home where you will accumulate all of your packed boxes as they are topped off and taped closed. This technique helps you in two major ways: The minefield effect that a home full of scattered boxes can give off is eliminated by having all boxes in one place, and this also speeds up your moving day significantly as it is quicker to carry boxes from one point rather than from several rooms throughout your home!

With packing out of the way, you’ll be amazed at how simple the rest of your moving duties will be, especially if you are hiring professional movers in Connecticut for your relocation service needs. Good luck on packing, and with your move, we’ll see you real soon!