Monday, 18 September 2017

Service Areas

T&E Movers was founded with the straightforward principle of honesty in all of our affairs. This is how we have been able to build our trustworthy reputation in Jacksonville, Florida and across the country. No matter what kind of relocation you are about to make, we will be your partner; moving your home or your office. Our services can be tailored to just about any special request and all of our employees are experienced in the safest methods to transport for even the most fragile of objects. We can provide you with expert packing supplies for you to complete your own packing or you can sit back and rest while we perfectly organize and store your belongings. By remembering each […]

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Tuesday, 7 March 2017

A Safety Checklist for Moving Into a New Home

Your clients have a lot to think about on moving day, but it's important that they have more than just organizing and unpacking on their to-do list, according to The Red Cross. The group recently featured several items home buyers should think about when settling in to a new house.

Create fire escape plans and meeting places.

The plan should include two ways to exit the home and set two different meeting places for family members. One might be a meeting area right outside of the home in case of a fire, while another would be a meeting place outside the neighborhood, in case the area is blocked in an emergency.

Create a survival kit.

Have enough food and water for each person for three days. The embedded video offers more tips on building a survival kit.

Identify your severe weather shelter.

Locate the safest spot in the home and designate it as your emergency weather shelter. The basement is the best spot.  If the home doesn't have a basement, designate an interior spot away from windows on the lowest floor of the home, such as a bathroom or closet.

Update your app alert locations.

Weather and safety apps may need to be notified of clients' new location details. For example, the Red Cross Emergency App offers alert preferences for all the locations and types of disasters users may want to monitor.

Decorate with earthquakes in mind.

This is not just a California problem anymore. Avoid hanging heavy items above seating areas, beds, and cribs. Secure furniture that could fall in a quake, such as bookshelves and televisions.

As clients are unpacking, they should be placing all flammable items at least three feet away from anything that gets hot, such as space heaters. Make sure they know not to run wiring under rugs or overload outlets and extension cords. Also, don’t forget to check the smoke alarms and make sure they’re working.

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Saturday, 1 October 2016

Tips on Labeling Your Moving Boxes

Tips on Labeling Your Moving Boxes 

Good and timely moving tips can make your entire relocation as easy and fast as it can possibly go. Our assistance on how to label packing boxes helps with a few words about what exactly you will need to create a good labeling structure for your moving containers. Quality markers The very first thing you must have to label your moving boxes properly is a set or two of permanent markers to use to mark down your containers. For several reasons, avoid the attraction to purchase the cheapest markers you can possibly find. Instead, go for a set of markers from a quality brand which you are familiar with. This way, you can use the writing tools for other purposes […]

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Monday, 19 September 2016

Helpful Tips for Packing A Garage

Helpful Tips for Packing A Garage 

Trying to prepare a garage for moving day can get very hot and overwhelming.  Here are a few helpful tips that can make moving day a lot easier: Put items in categories. The sorting task will take time but you just have to do it because of the fact that storage areas usually contain either very useful things or very worthless ones. Designate two large areas and place all the items you are taking with you in one area, and then leave the rest into the second one. You will need a lot of cardboard boxes that are in good shape and strong. Because most garage items are heavy, you need durable boxes to hold them safely. Also, it’s important […]

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Friday, 9 September 2016

Considering Moving to Jacksonville, Florida?

Considering Moving to Jacksonville, Florida? 

I have been a mover in Jacksonville for over 15 years now and have learned everything there is to know about this city.  I have traveled every inch of Jacksonville, been through every major development, and know all the nooks and crannies. I know Jacksonville is not considered the major metropolitan like a Miami or Orlando yet but it is well on its way.  Here are a couple reasons why you should consider moving to Jacksonville. Housing The housing in Jacksonville is excellent whether you plan to own or rent you can get a lot of bang for your buck.  For the price of a small condo in other cities throughout the country and you get a large 3-4 bedroom […]

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Monday, 22 August 2016

Helpful Tips If You Have To Move Your Pool Table

Helpful Tips If You Have To Move Your Pool Table 

Moving a pool table to your new home can be quite challenging but some people enjoy the challenge. These individuals will often decide to move it on their own with a few helping hands. Is this the right choice? Probably not. Pool tables weigh a lot and are shockingly fragile. Moving a pool table requires both muscle and technical ability. There are lots of moving companies in Jacksonville and the surrounding areas that have an experienced moving crew, some with dedicated experience in pool tables in particular, so calling in the pros makes sense. However, if you choose to go solo with some bulky armed friends, keep reading for tips on how to keep your pool table damage free. Disassembling […]

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