Relocating Over The Holidays

  • December 16th, 2014
Relocating over the holidays Noah's Ark Inc Blog

    The holidays are upon us. Wintry weather, family gatherings and… moving? Yes. For one reason or another some of us need to pick everything up and move during the busiest time of the year. Relocating over the holidays has its pros and cons however. The biggest pro is a lowered moving rate. During […]

Long Distance Relocation

  • December 10th, 2014
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    Long distance relocation requires a lot of forethought. These types of moves may have delayed arrivals, long or short term storage necessities, professional and familial obligations, road conditions or a multitude of other trying scenarios. Relocating over a long distance also means that you’re without a home— away from most your belongings for […]

Packing and Labeling Boxes Like a Pro

  • December 3rd, 2014

  Packing boxes for a move is a significant undertaking. Each item you move needs to be considered. For instance, fragile cups, bowls, glasses and stemware need their own packing paper and proper handling. They also need to be placed in the correct room— it’s very important to pack your nest efficiently as well— so […]

Holiday Events in NYC and Connecticut

  • November 25th, 2014
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New York City and Connecticut are attached at the hip when it comes to exploring creative and memorable events to enliven the holiday season. These winter wonderlands begin with the historic Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade and end with Drunken Shakespeare.   NYC   1. Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade Balloon Inflation Wed Nov 26 3:00pm Enter at W […]

5 Signs of Fraud Movers

  • August 14th, 2014

  We have heard horror stories of people choosing the wrong moving company in the NYC and Connecticut area. Finding the right movers helps make any move much easier. We have put together a lists of things to note for fraudulent movers when searching online. Red Flags Unfortunately, when people are moving, they may encounter […]

15 Things Your Movers Won’t Tell You

  • August 11th, 2014

For homeowners who are planning a move, being prepared makes all the difference in the world. The following is a list of 15 points that moving companies will rarely share with customers. 1. Stay At Home Don’t think that once you greet the movers, you’ll be able to skip out and go shopping. You’ll need […]

Fine Art Moving Tips

  • June 24th, 2014

  Many invest thousands of dollars into their collection. Avid collectors may be new to the theory of transporting fine pieces, and may benefit from a few tips offered by professional fine art movers. Here are some tips for successfully moving and transporting fine arts to another location.   Gather and organize art data.  This […]

Packing Secrets For a Successful Move

  • June 17th, 2014

The more efficiently you pack, the easier your move will be. Packing well takes a certain amount of planning. If you wait until the last minute, your move will feel harried and disorganized. If, on the other hand, you plan everything out strategically, you’ll be much more relaxed. Let’s look at some of the most […]

Budget your Move in Summer

  • June 10th, 2014

  Relocating to a new home can be an exciting event, but it can also be stressful. Amidst your plans to transition into a beautiful new home and perhaps to start a new life in an exciting area, you may be concerned about the financial aspects associated with your relocation plans. Professional moving services are […]

Top 10 Cities to Raise a Family

  • June 3rd, 2014

Whether you’ve just found out you’re expecting or want to relocate your family to a place that is safer for your children, you’ll want to know which areas in the U.S. are best for families. There are cities all around the country that provide a number of amenities that are attractive for families and will […]

Guarding Your Credit During Your Move

  • May 1st, 2014

  Most people think that moving from one home to another, even in the same city, does not pose any risks to their identity or credit. The truth is that moving actually increases the risk of identity theft and credit damage. With a few efforts to prepare properly, you can safeguard your credit.   Important […]

Settle in Your New Home After Moving

  • April 24th, 2014

Moving is a stressful time for any family, so once you’ve completed the drudgery task of packing up your belongings, give yourself a nice pat on the back. After all your stuff has been moved in, you can finally turn that barren house into a warm, inviting home. Settling in, unlike the big move, doesn’t […]

Relocating Over The Holidays

Relocating over the holidays Noah's Ark Inc Blog

    The holidays are upon us. Wintry weather, family gatherings and… moving? Yes. For one reason or another some of us need to pick everything up and move during the busiest time of the year. Relocating over the holidays has its pros and cons however. The biggest pro is a lowered moving rate. During […]

Long Distance Relocation

long distance moving Noah's Ark blog

    Long distance relocation requires a lot of forethought. These types of moves may have delayed arrivals, long or short term storage necessities, professional and familial obligations, road conditions or a multitude of other trying scenarios. Relocating over a long distance also means that you’re without a home— away from most your belongings for […]

Packing and Labeling Boxes Like a Pro

  Packing boxes for a move is a significant undertaking. Each item you move needs to be considered. For instance, fragile cups, bowls, glasses and stemware need their own packing paper and proper handling. They also need to be placed in the correct room— it’s very important to pack your nest efficiently as well— so […]

Holiday Events in NYC and Connecticut

rockefeller-tree Noah's Ark blog

New York City and Connecticut are attached at the hip when it comes to exploring creative and memorable events to enliven the holiday season. These winter wonderlands begin with the historic Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade and end with Drunken Shakespeare.   NYC   1. Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade Balloon Inflation Wed Nov 26 3:00pm Enter at W […]

5 Signs of Fraud Movers

  We have heard horror stories of people choosing the wrong moving company in the NYC and Connecticut area. Finding the right movers helps make any move much easier. We have put together a lists of things to note for fraudulent movers when searching online. Red Flags Unfortunately, when people are moving, they may encounter […]

15 Things Your Movers Won’t Tell You

For homeowners who are planning a move, being prepared makes all the difference in the world. The following is a list of 15 points that moving companies will rarely share with customers. 1. Stay At Home Don’t think that once you greet the movers, you’ll be able to skip out and go shopping. You’ll need […]

Fine Art Moving Tips

  Many invest thousands of dollars into their collection. Avid collectors may be new to the theory of transporting fine pieces, and may benefit from a few tips offered by professional fine art movers. Here are some tips for successfully moving and transporting fine arts to another location.   Gather and organize art data.  This […]

Packing Secrets For a Successful Move

The more efficiently you pack, the easier your move will be. Packing well takes a certain amount of planning. If you wait until the last minute, your move will feel harried and disorganized. If, on the other hand, you plan everything out strategically, you’ll be much more relaxed. Let’s look at some of the most […]

Budget your Move in Summer

  Relocating to a new home can be an exciting event, but it can also be stressful. Amidst your plans to transition into a beautiful new home and perhaps to start a new life in an exciting area, you may be concerned about the financial aspects associated with your relocation plans. Professional moving services are […]

Top 10 Cities to Raise a Family

Whether you’ve just found out you’re expecting or want to relocate your family to a place that is safer for your children, you’ll want to know which areas in the U.S. are best for families. There are cities all around the country that provide a number of amenities that are attractive for families and will […]

Guarding Your Credit During Your Move

  Most people think that moving from one home to another, even in the same city, does not pose any risks to their identity or credit. The truth is that moving actually increases the risk of identity theft and credit damage. With a few efforts to prepare properly, you can safeguard your credit.   Important […]

Settle in Your New Home After Moving

Moving is a stressful time for any family, so once you’ve completed the drudgery task of packing up your belongings, give yourself a nice pat on the back. After all your stuff has been moved in, you can finally turn that barren house into a warm, inviting home. Settling in, unlike the big move, doesn’t […]

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