3 Things You Might Forget When Moving Long Distance

Moving is a hectic and crazy time. You have so much to think about and coordinate. First there’s the selection process – both the new house and community you are moving to and the Colorado moving company that will help you get your stuff there – and then comes the flood of activities essential to getting you from point A to point B.

You have to weed through your belongings so you aren’t traveling with stuff you never really use anyway. You have to decide whether to sell your items at a yard sale or donate them to Goodwill (or both!). You should make sure you get some quality time in with your friends and family that you won’t see as often anymore. And lastly the dreaded chore of packing all of your boxes, if you don’t rely on your long distance moving company to pack for you. It can be hard to remember everything you need to do, even if you have made out lists. Here are a few things you might not think of so that you don’t forget a few highly important things.

Membership Transfers

Do you belong to a gym? Do you go often? It’s time to see if your gym has a location nearby. If so, you need to transfer it! If not, you should look into the cancellation policy well in advance so that you aren’t stuck paying for a membership you can’t even use. There may be some early termination fees to contend with, so be sure to read all of the fine print and see the exact date you signed up. Sometimes waiting an extra month or two before canceling avoids these high fees.

Sit down and make a list of all of the clubs and organizations you belong to, and your kids, too – the American Legion, Girl Scouts, 4-H – and determine where the nearest location to your new home is so that you can continue your membership uninterrupted.

Your Car

No, I know you aren’t going to forget about taking your car with you, but there is something you might forget that involves your car. Sometimes, there is so much going on, we neglect to get our car all tuned up and ready to hit the road to our new home!

Not only do you need it to be tuned up and in excellent shape to drive a long distance, you should be sure to pack a first aid kit and emergency supplies, just in case. Don’t forget tissues, band aids, sunscreen, aloe vera gel, and bug spray. If it’s winter, bring along an emergency snow shovel, blankets for the whole family, flares, and anything to make sitting in the cold more bearable. You never know where or when disaster will strike – better safe than sorry!

Don’t forget to have a chat with your mechanic. They might know of someone in your new area that can be trusted to fix your car properly without charging you an arm and a leg.

Medical Considerations

Here’s another thing that many people don’t think of until they’ve already moved. It’s something that is easily forgotten, especially if you are the pillar of health and seldom visit your doctor. Before you leave for good, talk to your doctor about transferring medical records and prescriptions to your new location. You can sign all of the release forms ahead of time to make the transition as smooth as possible. They, like your mechanic, might be able to refer you to another practice in your network, too.

You might find that your health insurance plan changes. If this is the case, do your homework before you move so there is no lapse in coverage or steep bills that won’t be covered.

Planning a move? Don’t worry – Exodus Moving & Storage can help so that you are prepared and don’t forget a thing!

Top 2015 Decor Trends

Moving to Fort Collins, CO? Why not incorporate some of this year’s biggest decor trends in with your move? There’s nothing quite as refreshing as starting off a new year with a new look, and that can apply to your new home too. The more that you love your home, the more time you’ll want to spend there, so why not make it perfect? Take a look at these top 2015 decor trends!

  • Eclectic Era Mixing: Instead of trying hard to incorporate items from one particular area into any living space, think about mixing it up. Add some chairs from the 1950s combined with a modern wooden farm table, or just add those pieces that you find in both modern stores and in vintage shops. The overall look will be one that combines eras and works perfectly together in eclectic harmony.
  • Black Trim: Instead of white, think about painting your trim black. Glossy black is making a comeback in a big way, and trim painted in black can really make a room stand out.
  • The Minimalist Look: Got a lot of stuff that you’re tired of looking at? This is what the minimalist look is for, and it works very well if you go with industrial inspired pieces. Start sorting through your things, and get rid of stuff that you don’t need anymore. You’ll find that you’re left with a much simpler decor that works with anything you want to incorporate. Less is more here.
  • Mixing Materials: The look of leather next to metal or heavy items next to those that are on the thin side is really interesting and works well in any space. You don’t have to go with all the same weight and thickness, so don’t be shy to mix it up.
  • Texture Play: Smooth things look really great next to fuzzy things — just throw a fuzzy blanket on a smooth leather couch, and see just how much fun it is to play with texture! This look is popular right now for good reason.
  • Organized Clutter: You can have a lot of things, just try and put those things into some kind of organized mess, so that it looks like you are intentionally messy — tricky to do, but nice to look at if you can pull it off.

Don’t be Afraid to Play

Your home should be a place that you love, and a place that you are comfortable in. No matter what size your new place is, you can play with any kind of decor. After all, the only person that has to love your look is you. You don’t even have to have a new decor in mind before you call movers in Longmont, CO. You can move in, play around with decor ideas, and figure it all out as you go along. Eventually, you will find a lifestyle that you love!

Moving to Your New Home

The only thing you have to do before you move is figure out what moving company you want to use. That’s easy too. Exodus Moving and Storage can take care of all your moving needs from packing to unpacking, and we can even move you across the country. In addition, we do have storage spaces for rent in both Fort Collins and Denver in case you do decide to go minimalist (but aren’t sure you want to commit!). Just ask us about our storage rental rates and policies.

Whether you need piano moving in Denver to mix old with new as part of your decor, or whether you just want to move your items from one place to the next, Exodus is ready and waiting for your call.

The Oddest Holiday Traditions in the World

For the most part, holiday traditions in North America are pretty tame. But elsewhere in the world, some holiday traditions may strike you as just plain bizarre. Before you decide to call your Boulder movers and relocate, make sure that you’re not moving to an area where there’s a peculiar holiday tradition that may just creep you out — or more there knowing about the tradition, and wanting to take part in it!

Krampus: Popular in Eastern Europe, Krampus is a character that’s also known as Santa’s Evil Twin. Every year during the holiday season, adult men dress up in evil costumes, and wander around town with switches tapping people randomly. Krampus is supposed to remind kids to be good, and to stay off of Santa’s bad list, but really he’s just frightening!

In Norway, legend has it that evil spirits and witches look for brooms to fly around on during Christmas Eve. To prevent any spirits from stealing brooms from homes, all brooms are hidden, and the men of the family head outside with shotguns to wait for any spirits that might come around.

A KFC Christmas in Japan: In Japan, Christmas Eve dinner consists of a bucket of KFC. This tradition is so popular in Japan that reservations must be made in advance in order to get some of the good stuff for Christmas Eve dinner.

One member of a model Christmas village that you may not see anywhere outside of Spain, Portugal, or Italy is a figurine known as the ‘Caganer.’ These figurines are created with their pants pulled down, and those decorating the traditional Christmas village (with Mary and Joseph and all) put a Caganer in a corner to do his business.

A New Tradition for You

If you are planning to move to any of the countries mentioned here, you may find yourself enjoying a new holiday tradition. In most parts of North America, Christmas traditions include lights and gingerbread, but few include scary evil witches or devils! If you do find yoursel moving to one of the countries listed above, make sure to embrace the strange holiday traditions you find there. You never know, some of those traditions could be a lot of fun!

Getting to Your New Country

You will need to work with a long distance moving company in order to get where you want to go, and we can help with this kind of move. From moving within the U.S. to moving to another country, Exodus can help you move all of your things safely and soundly. Just call us today for a moving quote, for more information, or to find out about our storage space options.

We know that you can’t always move every item you own if you don’t have the space in your new home, and that’s why we have storage locker solutions for you. Call us today for rates and for more information about our storage options, or about what we can do for you where moving and other details are concerned. If you have any questions about our services, we’ll be happy to answer those when you call too (or you can find us on Facebook).

Do you have any strange holiday traditions that you’d like to share with us? Let us know by leaving a note on our Facebook page, or by leaving a note here. We’re better that most of the traditions elsewhere in the world are a lot stranger than what you do each year, but we could be wrong! We’d love to hear from you! Call our moving company in Fort Collins, and let us help you get where you need to go.

Strangest Places To Live

As movers in Boulder CO, we’ve heard of some strange places that people live. We’ve also scoured the Internet to compile a list of odd cities and places that you may find bizarre, but some people are happy to call home. If you’re in the mood for a new town, or a new home, take a look at these top strangest places to live — and call us if you need long distance moving company help.

Miyake-Jima, Japan: Miyake-Jima is a small island in Japan that’s complete with water, sunshine, and all of those things that make an island great — there’s just one caveat. This island is literally toxic. The volcano that sits on the island spews sulphuric gas that’s toxic most of the time. Residents are required to wear gas masks, and to carry those masks everyday. So, why would someone live there? Because the Japanese Government pays people a monthly stipend to live, survive, and record information about the island. Creepy!

Kowloon Walled City: Kowloon isn’t far from Hong Kong in China, but it couldn’t be more unique. This walled city looks like something from the set of a horror or sci-fi movie, but people actually lived inside of the city until some 30 years ago. Kowloon was a lawless land inhabited by outsiders that didn’t want to obey laws. After a while of letting the people of Kowloon live inside of the city, the Chinese Government finally tore it down, and forced all of the outlaws to move.

Lily Dale Assembly: In upstate New York is a community of mediums, healers, and those that talk to the dead. The town of Lily Dale is where you want to go for a reading or workshop on anything spiritual or past-life related. Right now, there are more than 200 inhabitants, but thousands pass through this town regularly.

Slab City, California: This is an old abandoned Marine base that’s actually turned into a city of sorts. The people that live in Slab City state that it is the “last free place on earth,” and there are no rules or laws in the city. In Slab City, there are no sewers, toilets, or any other town amenities (no running water either), but plenty of RVs and people looking to live completely off the grid.

Coober Pedy, Australia: At first glance, you might not see anything when you try to find this town. That’s because Coober Pedy is actually underground. Residents live in caves and inside of dug outs in this part of the Australian Outback. Why? Most people went to Coober Pedy in search of Opals, and wound up living underneath the ground because living about the ground was so hard to do due to harsh living conditions.

Chefchaouen: This Moroccan town was painted a pale blue (against white walls) by Jewish settlers that came to the town in the 1930s. The town is aglow in a blue haze, and it’s a popular tourist spot because of the blue hue.

Colma, CA: There are more graves and gravesites in Colma than there are living residents, but that doesn’t bother the 1800 or so people that live in the town.

Working With Exodus

If you’re looking for full-service moving companies in Fort Collins to help you move to anywhere on the planet, make sure to call us for a rate today. Whether you are moving to an underground town or to one of the most populated places on earth, we can help you get there — and just in case your stuff won’t fit into your cave, we offer storage solutions in both Fort Collins and Denver too.

Why Moving for a Job Isn’t Always a Good Idea

Most companies give employees a mere two weeks to figure out whether or not they want to relocate. Once that time has passed, many companies simply move on to a different candidate. To say the least, figuring out whether or not you want to move for work is stressful. The best way to make this big decision is to weigh the pros and cons. Since the biggest pro is likely a higher salary and better job, it can be hard to really take a good look at the cons.

We’ve put together a list of reasons why moving for a job isn’t always the best choice – read this before you get that moving quote!

  • Your family doesn’t like the idea: it’s one thing to pull kids out of school and ask them to move (there will be an adjustment period, but kids are pretty adaptable), but it’s another thing to uproot your partner. If your partner can’t get a job in the new location right away, you will have to figure out if you will be making enough money to support the entire family. If not, add up how long you can afford to support everyone. If the money doesn’t make sense, it might not be a good idea to move.
  • Higher wage and higher cost of living: moving to Fort Collins from NYC may make sense because the cost of living is higher in New York City, but moving to NYC from Fort Collins means that you will have to make triple the amount just to afford basic things like rent (forget owning in NYC!). What is the cost of living like where you will be moving to? Can you live a comfortable and happy life in that location? If not, stay put.
  • You aren’t sure about the new job. For some reason, a lot of people think that moving to a new state means moving away from current job stress. You may leave the people that bother you behind, but the stress will still be there. If you feel like the new job might not be worth the stress, consider your quality of life first.
  • You have a really bad feeling about the move. You know that voice inside of you that tells you not to do things? Listen to it. Deep down you know whether or not the move is a good idea for you. If you don’t listen to your own intuition, you can’t rely on much else.
  • You’re going to lose a lot when you sell your home. Typically, companies will help you relocate and may even provide a real estate agent with you to work with so that you can sell your current home. But if this isn’t a possibility and you are going to lose money on a homesale, don’t move. Or, rent your place out.

Deciding to Move

If you’ve gone over all the reasons why moving is a bad idea, and you still decide to move, make sure to get a moving quote from a reputable moving company like Exodus. As a long distance moving company, we have helped many families relocated for work. We can also help you move anywhere in the world, and we’ll even help you pack and unpack. It’s tough to find a long distance company that you can trust, but Exodus has a solid reputation for a reason – you can count on us for low rates and reliability.

Deciding quickly whether or not moving for a new job is really hard to do. Take the time to weigh the pros and cons, and don’t be afraid to say no to that new job offer. In the end, it has to make sense for everyone involved and from every possible angle.

Where to Live for $1500 Per Month

The website Mashable has just published an interesting report titled ‘What $1500 in Rent Gets You in 11 U.S. Cities.” As you might have suspected, this article shows you what the average apartment would look like across the U.S., and the results are really quite shocking.

If you’re planning on moving to Fort Collins, you can expect to get a good deal for your $1500 bucks, but that’s not the case if you’re moving to NYC!

Take a look at some of the cities that Mashable has researched.

– Washington D.C.: planning on moving to D.C.? You can expect to get a one bathroom studio for $1500 – yikes!

– San Francisco: San Francisco might be fun to visit, but this city isn’t a blast if you have to plunk down $1500 for a studio with one bathroom and a two-burner stove (in other words, a seriously small kitchen).

– Boston: you’re not going to get a lot more in Boston than you would in San Francisco, but at least you will get a one bedroom instead of a studio (that two-burner stove might still be a possibility, though).

– Missoula, Montana: if you are looking for a place to move to (don’t forget to call your long distance movers to help you out!), Missoula might be the place for you. Missoula residents can find four-bedroom apartments that span roughly 1800 square feet in that part of Montana – not bad at all.

– Omaha, Nebraska: Omaha is comparable to Missoula if you’re looking for space. Mashable estimates that you can get a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, house that’s approximately 1400 square feet in size for $1500.

– Miami, Florida: to live in the sun in Miami, be ready for a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, at around 715 square feet – a little bit better than San Francisco and New York City, but not spectacular.

Moving to Fort Collins

So, what can you expect to find in Fort Collins if you are moving to Fort Collins and you want to rent? For around $1200 in Fort Collins (according to the website Northern Colorado Rentals), you can find a two bedroom place with two bathrooms – that’s not bad at all! In fact, Fort Collins is an affordable place to live with a lot to offer couples, families, and individuals.

We also want to point out that our town is ideal if you plan to open a business. There’s a really strong sense of local business and loyalty to local businesses here in Fort Collins, and your business is welcome in our community. In short, don’t discount Colorado if you are thinking of moving long distance. While you can move to a place like Omaha, Colorado has a lot to offer where work, life, and the great outdoors is concerned.

What a Long Distance Moving Company Can Do

We know that it’s hard to move long distance! That’s why our long distance moving company has developed strategies to make your move simpler. In addition to helping you move all of your things, Exodus Moving and Storage also offers packing and unpacking services. Just think of how much simpler moving will be with some help from expert packers! We also know that you can’t always bring everything with you when you move, and that’s why we’re happy to offer you storage solutions in both Fort Collins and Denver.

If you are looking for a new place to move to, make sure to consider how much you can get for a certain price in various parts of the world. You may find a new town by matching what you can afford with finding a suitable home, or you may just discover that the rent prices where you live are decent after all. Either way, we can help by being your reliable long distance moving company. Call Exodus Moving and Storage today for a free price quote, or find us on Facebook to ask any questions that you might have.

Considerations When Moving Abroad With Pets

We love our furry friends, don’t we? For most people, pets are like children, and we treat them just like a member of our family. We make sure they eat only the best food that they’re well-groomed at all times, and have all of the best toys – some might even call them spoiled!

Magnus Bråth

Cat CC Photo Courtesy of Magnus Bråth

But what do you do when you have to move internationally? Rest easy – it is possible to move abroad with your pet, safely and hassle-free! It just takes a bit more research, working with a long distance moving company, and some planning ahead to make sure that everything goes smoothly. Let’s look at some things to consider when you’re facing an international move with your beloved pet.

Health and Well-being

This is of utmost concern. If you have an older animal, it is even more crucial you ensure their health. Your move is most likely going to involve traveling by airplane, and the older your animal is, the more likely they will be negatively affected. Talk to your vet – they can discuss all of the things you should watch out for, and offer tips to avoid your animal becoming sick or worse. If your animal is too old for air travel, you’ll have to decide what the next step should be.

While you’re at the vet’s office, you should discuss another important issue – vaccinations. Many countries require specific vaccinations are received prior to arrival in their country, so you’ll need to make sure that your animal receives these vaccinations, and that you have the documentation proving you’ve gotten them. Do your homework online first to see what the specific country’s requirements are regarding vaccinations.

Laws and Regulations

Once you’ve determined your animal is healthy enough to make the trip, you’ll want to review your destination country’s policies on traveling animals. While you know you’ll need documentation on the animal’s vaccinations and health from your vet, there are other things you might require. Some countries require the animal is quarantined for a specific period of time, and some ask that you pay a fee to allow the animal entrance to their country.

Look for the phone number or email of your new country’s consulate. Contact the consulate office to find out all you need to do – otherwise, you’ll find that your animal is denied entrance, and that can be a very heart-breaking thing to go through (often, your pet will be detained until all necessary shots have been administered).

Airline Regulations

It isn’t just the rules of the new country you need to worry about. When you are going to be traveling by air, you need to make sure you’re abiding by all of the airline’s rules and regulations as well. Most of the time, your animal will be relegated to the cargo hold. You want to be sure that you’re keeping your beloved furry friend in the proper carrier as spelled out by the airline so as to adhere to their cargo policies. Don’t worry – this is not a bad thing, especially for animals that get stressed out easily. A crowded cabin is worse for an animal with anxiety than the dark cargo area!

You’ll want to ask the airline if the cargo hold is appropriate for your pet – is it properly pressurized for live animals, and is the temperature properly regulated? If the answer is no, you’ll want to find a new airline. Animals spending too long in a cold cargo hold that isn’t properly pressurized can spell disaster!

Steps You’ll Need To Take

If your pet is typically anxious when traveling or gets car sick, you can talk to your vet about the best way to combat this problem in the air. Is there a medication your pet can take prior to takeoff that can soothe them, or make it so they don’t get sick?

How does your pet feel about its carrier? If there is an aversion to the carrier, now is the time to train them. Each day, a few weeks leading up to your trip, force your pet to get inside and take a drive around town. The goal is to make it regular and comfortable over time. Make the experience easier by placing a beloved toy and a comfortable, warm blanket inside. Each time your pet gets into the carrier, be sure to reward them with treats!

Don’t forget to clearly mark the carrier with identification tags. An improperly marked container could mean that you have a hard time hooking up with your pet upon arrival to your new country.

International moves are hard enough, and having a pet can complicate this tremendously. However, know that proper preparation will make the process go a lot more smoothly. While you’ll need to worry about your pet, trust Exodus Moving and Storage with the transport of your belongings. As a seasoned long-distance moving company, we will make sure that you and your things arrive safely.

You have enough to worry about! Contact Exodus Moving and Storage (your long distance moving company) today for an estimate.

Moving a Big Business The Toyota Way

As you might have read recently, Toyota is moving its main headquarters from California to Texas. As a Denver moving company, we’ve moved lots of businesses from one spot to another, but how does a company as large as Toyota move from California to Texas? That’s a big move, after all! Further, why does Toyota want to move from California to Texas? Here’s a closer look from your Denver moving company.

Pedro Ribeiro Simões

Toyota CC Photo Courtesy of Pedro Ribeiro Simões

The Big Move

Toyota wants its company headquarters to be located closer to where the action takes place, and in the Toyota car industry, that action happens at the assembly plant – which happens to be in Texas. So, it makes sense for Toyota to keep a closer eye on what’s happening at the assembly plant, which is one of the reasons why Toyota decided to move to Texas.

Another reason why the company is making the move has to do with corporate culture. In a statement made to Forbes, a Toyota representative told press that the company wanted to combine corporate headquarters with engineering and design, and that couldn’t happen if the corporate part of Toyota was in California while the engineering and design parts of the company were in Texas. So, the corporate team is moving to Texas.

What can this move teach other businesses? Mostly that there’s a time to move, and there are some good reasons why packing up and moving any company, large or small, makes a good deal of sense – if your goal is corporate cohesiveness, that’s a pretty good reason to move.

Making the Move

Toyota’s corporate headquarters is big – huge – and it will require quite a bit of packing and relocating. The company will likely hire movers to help with this transition (much like your Denver moving company), and corporate employees will make the move with their families to homes found and paid for by Toyota – most likely. If you are thinking about moving any part of your business, it’s a good idea to hire a long distance moving company to help you out – can you imagine how long it would take Toyota to move its headquarters if the company had to do it all with the help of just employees? That would be total chaos!

A long distance moving company can make the move much simpler, and you can also rest assured that all of your office equipment will arrive intact and on time – a relief if you have expensive office machinery of any kind. Exodus Moving and Storage offers full-service moving services including packing and moving anything you need to get from point A to point B. At Exodus Moving and Storage, we’ve moved a lot of different types of corporate offices, too, so we know how to get you there in one piece.

Lessons from Toyota

If you’re thinking of following in Toyota’s footsteps, make sure to call Exodus Moving and Storage today for a free quote, or to find out how we can help you move your office. We know that a move can be intimidating – especially if you are trying to move your corporate headquarters from one area to another, but we’re here to make that move simpler. Take a tip from Toyota, and hire a moving company to help you out – and also realize when a move makes good sense.

Call us today for information, or find us on Facebook.

Moving Sale Basics

If the thought of moving stuff you barely use keeps you up at night, it might be time for a moving sale. Moving sales can provide you with some extra cash (and who couldn’t use that money right before a move?), and a great way to get rid of all those things that you don’t really want (like all of those bad holiday or wedding gifts!). Before you start putting things out on your front lawn, though, take a look at these moving sale basics.

 

view of coastline from plane window1. Is the price really right? Have you ever been to a yard sale where an old box of linens is priced at more than $200? That price probably seems really outrageous, right? At the same time, you don’t want to price things too low because that would mean missing out on money. So, do your research to find out what the items you want to sell are really worth.

 

2. Consider having collectibles professionally appraised. If you have a lot of antiques or other collectibles, you may not want to sell those to just anyone. Think about heading to a local antique or collectible dealer, getting things appraised, and seeing if a buyer searching for specific items wants to purchase what you’re selling.

 

3. Clearly mark prices. There are few things more frustrating than picking up items at a yard sale that have no price. Mark each item with a price, and go ahead and bargain when you feel you need to.

 

4. Ask for help! You’re great, but let your friends and family members help you out with a moving sale! Moving sales are a lot of work, and you will need all of the help that you can get. Don’t go this one alone!

 

5. Organize things. Sometimes a yard full of stuff can be great fun to explore, but it makes it a lot simpler if you place similar items together. This way, your buyers can simply look through one section and move to the next – plus, you can direct a shopper to the right area quickly!

 

6. Read all about it! I’m always shocked when I drive past a massive moving sale just down the street. Who knew? If you spend some time advertising a few days before your sale (or a week or two), you’ll attract more people, and more people mean more money – yay!

 

boxes of glassware7. Get some change! “Sorry! I don’t have any change!” that’s not what buyers want to hear! Most people don’t show up with correct change, and you really don’t want to be digging in your pockets to find a few cents here and there. So, do run to the bank before your sale and make sure that you have enough to go around!

 

8. Rise and shine! People that like to visit yard sales tend to get up early. So, make sure that you rise with the birds on the day of your sale – and watch out for people that arrive before your sale starts (yes, that will happen!).

 

9. What about the rest of it? At the end of the day, you will be left with some stuff that didn’t sell. When this happens, you have a few options. You can donate items to a local charity, or you can simply give stuff away. A lot of online sites like Craigs List offer a free section, and that’s a great place to let people know you have stuff that you want to toss.

 

10. Plan in advance. You don’t want to set up a moving sale a few days before you actually move. Otherwise, you will have a huge mess to clean up! Make sure that your sale happens a few weeks before your move – and you can even have two sales if you plan enough in advance!

 

A moving sale is a fabulous way to make some extra cash while also getting rid of things that you don’t need. While some people may view this type of sale as stressful, it is a great way to purge your home of things you want to get rid of well before your move. Plus, who couldn’t use that extra cash? You can buy things like new furniture, spend money on a great moving company, or buy a pizza for moving day (hey, you have to give your friends that help you move some kind of a reward, right?). When it comes to moving long distance, moving next-door, or just moving upstairs, call your Fort Collins moving company experts – we’re here to make your move smooth!

The Reasons Behind Hiring Someone When Moving Long Distances

We know that moving long distances can be a little bit daunting. Not only do you likely not realize what your exact surroundings are going to be, but it’s possible that there are some things about the home that you’re moving to that you’re not sure about. Now, we do not endorse purchasing a home that you have never seen. That’s like trying to marry someone who you’ve never met before. It’s not going to end well. However, if you do know what your home looks like and the area around it, then well played.

empty one lane roadYou’ve done a lot of research and you know that it’s going to be the best place for you to be possible, or you’re at least willing to accept it for a few years. Either way, good on you. Getting yourself out there though could be a bit of an issue, sure you could read the U-hall which could lead do some fun instances of you driving across the country with a very large trailer, or you could hire a moving company from Ft Collins to get you there. Person way we feel the second is better than the first, and here’s why.

With a self serve moving company you end up having to move yourself and all of your belongings into a new environment. This environment may not be as easy to move into as your original place whether you’re one person or two, or maybe more. Having a moving company from Fort Collins there like us means that you can relax a little bit more and not have to worry about how difficult it’s going to be to get your couch in your new home. You will have us and therefore that.

We can help you set things up and the general area where they should be without much difficulty. All of our employees are trained to do so and will gladly help you to set up the Fung shwe of your home however you see fit. Granted we’re not going to set everything up perfectly, but we will help you get things into the general area. We’re a moving company not an interior design company. That part we leave up to you and your creative freedoms.

Valuing Feedback

After every move Exodus Moving & Storage completes, we will request your input about your moving experience with us. Continuous improvement is the hallmark of our success as a company and we are always anxious to get your feedback on how well we did our moving job.

Competitive and Accurate Estimates

The Cost of relocation is either based on weight or number of men and trucks needed as well as distance traveling. At no charge to you, one of our experienced and courteous Move Coordinators will review their move in great detail and provide you with an accurate move quote. Our Move Coordinator will also confirm requested pick-up and delivery dates.

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Fort Collins

120 NE. Frontage Rd Ste. D
Fort Collins, CO 80524
M-F 8:00am-5:00pm
Sat 8:00am-12:00pm

Littleton

6229 S. Santa Fe Dr
Littleton, CO 80120
M-F 8:00am-5:00pm
Sat 8:00am-12:00pm