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Tips on Moving your Art

So the time when you have to pack up your entire life into a few boxes and move is around the corner. Just when you thought you were done with all the bubble wrap and tape, you take a look at your walls and realize you still have to pack up all your artwork. Your first […]

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Moving pets safely

Anyone who has ever moved before knows that it’s an emotionally and physically draining experience. Not only do you have to find the right place to move, coordinate that with selling a house or ending your lease, but you have to pack up everything that is near and dear to you — including your pets. And moving […]

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Moving to Nashville in Winter

Have you been thinking about moving to Nashville? Many people are and many of them are waiting for the warm, beautiful months of spring and summer to do it. But what about moving to Nashville in winter? Maybe it’s never occurred to you, but the cold months can actually be the PERFECT time to make your move […]

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Advice for moving with children

Before the move, let the kids see the new home, either with pictures online or in person, so that they aren’t surprised by their new surroundings on the day of the move. Have them tell you what they like and dislike about the home as this may ease some anxiety about moving. Include the children […]

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Seasonal considerations for your move

MOVING DURING THE SUMMER Many experts recommend moving over the summer, allowing children to fit it more easily with the natural rhythms of the school year. Even summer moves require thinking ahead to be sure children get off to a good beginning. Find out the start date for the next school year. Many regions of […]

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A guide for planning your move

A GUIDE TO PLANNING YOUR MOVE FROM FOX MOVING COMPANY NASHVILLE TWO MONTHS PRIOR TO MOVING DAY Begin to remove clutter (start with the basement, attic, garage, and other storage areas). Start a file for all your moving paperwork (estimates, receipts, etc.). Arrange to transfer school records. Choose a mover (or truck rental company). Get […]

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