Moving on A budget

  • February 8th, 2016
Moving on A budget

Moving into a new home can be one of the largest undertakings of your life. Moving demands lots of time and effort – not to mention money. You have to budget yourself to provide the cost of hiring a moving company, as well as the cost of boxes and packaging materials – and any other […]

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How to Quickly Pack your Bathroom in 7 Steps

  • January 25th, 2016
How to Quickly Pack your Bathroom in 7 Steps

For most people, packing for an upcoming move doesn’t sound too fun. A single room can seem like an entire monthly project. Take, for example, your bathroom – the tons of supplies that are stored in this room are difficult to store – and are perishable to note! Luckily, I’m going to provide you with […]

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First Time Home Owner Tips

  • January 8th, 2016
First Time Home Owner Tips

If you’re looking to buy a new home, there’s a huge collection of variables to consider in deciding to sign, or keep looking. These valuable tips might not occur to buyers when searching for their home – or at least they might be eclipsed by the more exciting elements of visiting what could potentially be […]

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Fine Art Relocation

  • November 9th, 2015
Fine Art Relocation

Fine art can be extremely delicate and sensitive to its environment and handling methods. From sculpture to painting, each piece of art needs particular practices of transportation in order to ensure the integrity of its structure and content. The many important intricacies of fine art handling make it a distinct talent and profession. If you’re […]

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The Costs of Renting a Moving Truck

  • January 12th, 2015
The Costs of Renting a Moving Truck

Today, we live in a maker’s world. Pin it on Pinterest and make it easy. Then there is moving. You want to do it yourself. That’s fine. But, make sure you know where you stand with the project at hand before you begin. To assist with that we’ve made a short list of the hidden […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Six Natural Wonders in the United States

  • February 24th, 2014

The U.S. has some incredible natural phenomenon’s. As movers our paths have crossed a few of these mentally impenetrable sights. As lovers of our beautiful country we made a list of some of the ones we’ve seen that you should check out, especially when the temperatures rise and you’re looking to venture out for vacation […]

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Tips for Corporate Relocation Packing

  • July 12th, 2012

Naturally, moving a business or office space is a tiring and laborious process, especially while trying to maintain a fully industrious atmosphere throughout the relocation period.  The stress can be distracting and when you’re distracted in a corporate setting, costly mistakes and productivity loss can occur.  Noah’s Ark Moving and Storage has been operating in […]

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Business Relocation – Reducing Your Business’ Downtime

  • March 28th, 2012

      Back in the early 1900’s, you did not need electricity to run office machinery.  Typewriters were manual, and paper and pen were a business’ best friends.  Business relocation was a far simpler process, since it was all a matter of getting furniture and manual equipment loaded into buggies for the move.  Skip […]

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Office Movers – Creating an In-house Moving Team

  • March 28th, 2012

When Christopher Columbus sailed across the ocean blue, as the song says, with the goal of discovering new lands, you can bet that he had a hand-picked team of sailors by his side whom he could rely on to help him in every way.  And you can almost guarantee that his team consisted of people […]

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Commercial Movers – Avoiding Common Pitfalls

  • March 28th, 2012

Early pioneers might not have known exactly what they were getting into when they headed west to populate the U.S. as we now know it. They only knew that the journey would be a series of hits and misses, trial and sometimes fatal error.  For those enterprising pioneers who planned to set up businesses once […]

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Moving on A budget

Moving on A budget

Moving into a new home can be one of the largest undertakings of your life. Moving demands lots of time and effort – not to mention money. You have to budget yourself to provide the cost of hiring a moving company, as well as the cost of boxes and packaging materials – and any other […]

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How to Quickly Pack your Bathroom in 7 Steps

How to Quickly Pack your Bathroom in 7 Steps

For most people, packing for an upcoming move doesn’t sound too fun. A single room can seem like an entire monthly project. Take, for example, your bathroom – the tons of supplies that are stored in this room are difficult to store – and are perishable to note! Luckily, I’m going to provide you with […]

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First Time Home Owner Tips

First Time Home Owner Tips

If you’re looking to buy a new home, there’s a huge collection of variables to consider in deciding to sign, or keep looking. These valuable tips might not occur to buyers when searching for their home – or at least they might be eclipsed by the more exciting elements of visiting what could potentially be […]

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Fine Art Relocation

Fine Art Relocation

Fine art can be extremely delicate and sensitive to its environment and handling methods. From sculpture to painting, each piece of art needs particular practices of transportation in order to ensure the integrity of its structure and content. The many important intricacies of fine art handling make it a distinct talent and profession. If you’re […]

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The Costs of Renting a Moving Truck

The Costs of Renting a Moving Truck

Today, we live in a maker’s world. Pin it on Pinterest and make it easy. Then there is moving. You want to do it yourself. That’s fine. But, make sure you know where you stand with the project at hand before you begin. To assist with that we’ve made a short list of the hidden […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Six Natural Wonders in the United States

The U.S. has some incredible natural phenomenon’s. As movers our paths have crossed a few of these mentally impenetrable sights. As lovers of our beautiful country we made a list of some of the ones we’ve seen that you should check out, especially when the temperatures rise and you’re looking to venture out for vacation […]

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Tips for Corporate Relocation Packing

Naturally, moving a business or office space is a tiring and laborious process, especially while trying to maintain a fully industrious atmosphere throughout the relocation period.  The stress can be distracting and when you’re distracted in a corporate setting, costly mistakes and productivity loss can occur.  Noah’s Ark Moving and Storage has been operating in […]

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Business Relocation – Reducing Your Business’ Downtime

      Back in the early 1900’s, you did not need electricity to run office machinery.  Typewriters were manual, and paper and pen were a business’ best friends.  Business relocation was a far simpler process, since it was all a matter of getting furniture and manual equipment loaded into buggies for the move.  Skip […]

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Office Movers – Creating an In-house Moving Team

When Christopher Columbus sailed across the ocean blue, as the song says, with the goal of discovering new lands, you can bet that he had a hand-picked team of sailors by his side whom he could rely on to help him in every way.  And you can almost guarantee that his team consisted of people […]

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Commercial Movers – Avoiding Common Pitfalls

Early pioneers might not have known exactly what they were getting into when they headed west to populate the U.S. as we now know it. They only knew that the journey would be a series of hits and misses, trial and sometimes fatal error.  For those enterprising pioneers who planned to set up businesses once […]

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"Our experience with Noah's Ark Moving was very positive. Mitch's estimate was right on; Dimitri and his team were hardworking, meticulous and very accommodating. Thanks for the good service!" - Susan Gore, Connecticut