First Time Home Owner Tips

  • January 8th, 2016
Firsttimehomeownertips

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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Student Moving Checklist

  • October 9th, 2015

Moving as a student can be a major transition. Separating from your familiar family surroundings is both exciting and new – and a process rife with emotions. On move-in days at most colleges, you are bound to see families struggling to carry disorganized carts of belongings, a moment that is both hectic and happy for […]

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Moving With Children

  • April 15th, 2015

When children are involved, the already complicated task of moving everything you own from one place to another nearly triples in complexity. All the time and effort you’ve put into childproofing every room is suddenly disrupted by the need to put everything in boxes and clean up the empty spaces. For toddlers, a house in […]

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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 the slow […]

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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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International Moving Tips (Part 1)

  • May 21st, 2013

  Aruba, Jamaica, ooh I wanna take ya Bermuda, Bahamas, come on pretty mama Key Largo, Montego, Baby why don’t we go – Beach Boys You have decided that America is not the place for you. Burgers, baseball, and apple pie just isn’t working anymore. Or maybe you love it, but you company has decided […]

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Living Tight, A Storage Story

  • July 12th, 2012

Living Tight, A Storage Story As I sit in the classic apartment that will harbor my New York life, recalling last week and my arrival on the isle of Manhattan, I think of crossing the threshold into my new, quaint apartment.  I remember my first thought; “how is all of my stuff going to fit […]

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Piano Moving Company – What You Should Know

  • March 28th, 2012

Pianos have a way of adding atmosphere and an air of sophistication to even the plainest room.  It’s no wonder that so many people want to own these instruments.  In the early part of the 20th century, pianos were a popular source of entertainment in U.S. homes. They had the power to bring a roomful […]

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Piano Movers – Avoiding the Most Common Mistakes

  • January 23rd, 2012

Did you know that pianos have more than 10,000 moving parts?  It’s no wonder the piano is known as the “King of Instruments”. And like all kings, the piano commands special treatment. Trying to treat it like a little wooden flute, for example, can land you in a dungeon of your own making.  Professional piano […]

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Piano Movers – What You Should Know?

  • December 29th, 2011

The average piano will last approximately 50 years – that is, if you take good care of it.  Within those years, the odds are high that your piano will have a few different homes. Unless you’re willing to risk having non-professionals do the job, more than likely your instrument will be in the hands of […]

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Piano Moving Company – Keys to a Successful Moving Experience

  • December 13th, 2011

You may not have appreciated the mandatory piano lessons your mother made you take as a child.  Or the seemingly countless hours of practice you had to put in just to get the notes to “Chopsticks” right.  Not to mention the jarring recitals where your parents were forced to clap and pretend you were the […]

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Piano Moving – Difficult and Dangerous

  • September 29th, 2011

Musicians are often accused of having a love affair with their instrument.  It’s nothing to be ashamed of, obviously, and the connection between a musician and their instrument is intimate and wonderful.  That’s why during a move, most will pay special attention to their guitars, violins, and other musical instruments, even packing and moving them […]

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First Time Home Owner Tips

Firsttimehomeownertips

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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Student Moving Checklist

Moving as a student can be a major transition. Separating from your familiar family surroundings is both exciting and new – and a process rife with emotions. On move-in days at most colleges, you are bound to see families struggling to carry disorganized carts of belongings, a moment that is both hectic and happy for […]

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Moving With Children

When children are involved, the already complicated task of moving everything you own from one place to another nearly triples in complexity. All the time and effort you’ve put into childproofing every room is suddenly disrupted by the need to put everything in boxes and clean up the empty spaces. For toddlers, a house in […]

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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 the slow […]

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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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International Moving Tips (Part 1)

  Aruba, Jamaica, ooh I wanna take ya Bermuda, Bahamas, come on pretty mama Key Largo, Montego, Baby why don’t we go – Beach Boys You have decided that America is not the place for you. Burgers, baseball, and apple pie just isn’t working anymore. Or maybe you love it, but you company has decided […]

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Living Tight, A Storage Story

Living Tight, A Storage Story As I sit in the classic apartment that will harbor my New York life, recalling last week and my arrival on the isle of Manhattan, I think of crossing the threshold into my new, quaint apartment.  I remember my first thought; “how is all of my stuff going to fit […]

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Piano Moving Company – What You Should Know

Pianos have a way of adding atmosphere and an air of sophistication to even the plainest room.  It’s no wonder that so many people want to own these instruments.  In the early part of the 20th century, pianos were a popular source of entertainment in U.S. homes. They had the power to bring a roomful […]

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Piano Movers – Avoiding the Most Common Mistakes

Did you know that pianos have more than 10,000 moving parts?  It’s no wonder the piano is known as the “King of Instruments”. And like all kings, the piano commands special treatment. Trying to treat it like a little wooden flute, for example, can land you in a dungeon of your own making.  Professional piano […]

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Piano Movers – What You Should Know?

The average piano will last approximately 50 years – that is, if you take good care of it.  Within those years, the odds are high that your piano will have a few different homes. Unless you’re willing to risk having non-professionals do the job, more than likely your instrument will be in the hands of […]

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Piano Moving Company – Keys to a Successful Moving Experience

You may not have appreciated the mandatory piano lessons your mother made you take as a child.  Or the seemingly countless hours of practice you had to put in just to get the notes to “Chopsticks” right.  Not to mention the jarring recitals where your parents were forced to clap and pretend you were the […]

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Piano Moving – Difficult and Dangerous

Musicians are often accused of having a love affair with their instrument.  It’s nothing to be ashamed of, obviously, and the connection between a musician and their instrument is intimate and wonderful.  That’s why during a move, most will pay special attention to their guitars, violins, and other musical instruments, even packing and moving them […]

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"The excellent team you sent out on Wednesday. They were efficient, careful, and accommodating. Miguel was an absolute pleasure to work with, and his skilled team made the move incredibly pleasant and simple. Everyone was honest and helpful and I will most certainly be using you for any future move..." - Elena, CT