7 Helpful Spring Cleaning Tips

As the days start to get longer, we’re all quickly reminded of those not so clean spots in our homes that need some attention. Spring invites cleaning, and there are many ways to clean your home to prepare for the season ahead. Sometimes, though, the best spring cleaning tips are the simplest. Why? Because we often forget to clean these really basic areas! Here are some helpful spring cleaning tips that will force you to focus on those everyday spots that could use some extra cleaning care.

  • Curtains: When was the last time that you took down your curtains, threw them in the washing machine, and gave them a good once over? You’d be surprised at how much cleaner a room can look just by washing the window treatments! It only takes a few minutes to take down some curtains to wash them, but the differen that you see will be dramatic. Unless the tag on the curtains says otherwise, you can usually wash any pair in the washing machine–but you may want to line dry them just so they don’t shrink.
  • The many things in your kitchen. Winter kitchens are home to many different baked goods and warm soups and breads, but all of that cozy cooking can lead to quite a big mess. Go through your kitchen cabinets to get rid of spices, old dried goods, and items that you no longer use.
  • Your windows: are your windows getting hard to look through? If your windows unsnap, take them out and clean them thoroughly before putting them back in place. If you can’t clean your windows easily, hire someone to clean them from the outside. This way, you can let in all of that spring and summer light!
  • Dust behind and on top of things: Grab a dusting cloth, and set to work on top of cabinets, on baseboards, on molding, and on top of door frames and underneath things. Open doors and dust behind them, dust under door stoppers, dust under beds, and think about the place that you can’t see. A good dusting will do wonders.
  • Change and wash bedding: If you haven’t changed the comforters on your beds this winter, now is a good time to bring those items to your dry cleaner. Once they’ve returned, pack them away for next winter, and take out the lighter and brighter spring options.
  • Rugs and furniture: Vacuum attachments can make vacuuming rugs and furniture simpler, but if you can’t get out all of those winter stains, you may want to rent a hot water vacuum, so that you can really deep clean the rugs.
  • Heaters: Do you have old hot water heaters? The coils in these heaters can trap a ton of dust and other allergens, but you can get between those coils with a rag or with another long and thin cleaning tool.

When to Hire Help

Spring cleaning should be fun, but if you just don’t have the time to clean, you may want to hire a professional cleaning crew to come in and give your house a thorough spring cleaning. You may also want to go this route if you’re moving to Denver, and you won’t have time to clean up your old place or prepare your new home before you move. Exodus can take care of your move, packing, scheduling, and everything else that’s part of the actual moving process, and you may want to hire someone to clean up before you move too.

As far as getting to your new place goes, call your Fort Collins movers to help you out. Exodus has been moving people all over the world for many years now, and we’ll be happy to assign you your own moving specialist to assist with every aspect of your move from start to finish. Simply let us know what you need, and we can help out. Whether you’re moving to Fort Collins or anywhere else, Exodus can get you there! Call us today to get a free estimate.

What are your amazing spring cleaning tips? Let us know by leaving us a note on our Facebook page. We’d love to hear what you do to prepare for spring.

How to Handle a Roommate that Snores

Maybe it’s not your roommate, maybe it’s your partner, but whoever snores in your home is probably keeping you up at night (which may also be why you’re reading this!). There’s nothing worse than waking up feeling more tired than you did when you went to sleep, but if you’re stuck with a snorer, sleepless nights might start to feel like the norm.

There are some things that you can do to curb someone’s snoring, but you can also act on your own to make that noise more bearable too. If you’re plain fed up with that loud noise at night, check out these options for better sleep.

  • Ear plugs: You can find ear plugs at any pharmacy, and they work relatively well if you wear them every night. The only time that ear plugs don’t work is if you have to be able to hear what’s happening in your home. If you have kids, plugs probably aren’t the best option.
  • White noise: You can try to create some white noise by turning on a fan, running a humidifier, or finding something else that creates continuous background noise.
  • Try to become a better sleeper: If you do wake up during the night, don’t look at any kind of device. The glare from a screen can really mess with your sleep cycles. Putting away electronics before bed will help a lot too. If your partner or roommate is going to snore, you can at least try to fall into a deeper sleep.
  • Buy a bigger bed: If you do sleep with the person that snores, sometimes a larger bed will do the trick. In some cases, giving that person (or yourself) more room to move around will make a difference.
  • Purchase a humidifier: Sometimes, the air inside can be really dry, and this can lead to snoring. If you live in a colder climate that’s dry during the wintertime, a humidifier might make a world of difference.
  • Tell your partner/roommate that he or she snores: Ask them if they’d consider wearing a nose strip or nose plug. If you notice that the person you live with snores and gasps for breath during the night, this could also be dangerous, so ask them to have their snoring checked out by a doctor. You may just save someone’s life!

Moving in with a roommate or partner that snores can be tough, and not sleeping at night can really take a toll on your body. Try to do as much as you can to sleep better by becoming a better sleeper, and test out some of the methods listed above. While it’s not ideal to sleep in another room, sometimes moving to the couch at night may mean a better night’s sleep, and that’s vital!

Moving In With Someone New

It’s always an adventure (and a challenge) to move in with someone for the first time. You may not know about those bad habits that the other person has (like snoring), but you will find a way to adjust over time. Even though you can’t prepare for things that are unknown, you can prepare in advance for moving day by hiring moving experts to handle all of the small details (at least that part of your new life won’t be a surprise!).

When it comes to movers in Fort Collins, Exodus Moving and Storage has been in this business for many years, and we’d love to help you move too. When you call Exodus, you will be assigned a personal point of contact, and this person will help you throughout your move whenever you need assistance. Doesn’t that sound nice? While we are located in Fort Collins, we are also a long distance moving company, so feel free to contact us for any long distance moves that you have coming up. While your Denver movers can’t help with that snoring partner, we can make sure that your move is flawless! Call us today!

Do you live with someone that snores? What have you done about this problem? Come and chat with us on Facebook!

Moving During the Winter? Here are Some Expert Driving Tips

Movers in Fort Collins move a lot of people during the winter months, and we recommend hiring a moving company to help you if you are going to move at this time of year. But if you have decided to move on your own while the snow is flying and the roads are less than perfect, take some tips from our professional drivers when it comes to keeping things safe on the road.

  • Get blizzard ready. Blizzards happen during the winter months as much as we do not want them to. The best thing to do if there’s a blizzard or other big snowstorm is to stay inside and not try driving on those slippery roads. You can always postpone your moving day by a day or two, and this will result in a much safer move.
  • Keep your eye on the weather report. Admittedly, the weather report is never entirely accurate, but it should give you some idea of what to expect on the day that you do have to move. Be aware of any road warnings like icy conditions or other potential driving problems, and pay attention to traffic reports if you live in a crowded area.
  • Salt and shovel pathways. You don’t want to slip coming out of your old home or moving into your new one. Make sure that pathways are shoveled, so that you can easily get in and out. It’s also a good idea to add some salt or gravel to those pathways, so that you can be extra sure that you don’t slip.
  • Pack an emergency kit in your car or truck that includes some warmer winter gear, some heat packs, and a blanket. In case, for some reason, you wind up stranded on the roadside, you’ll want to make sure that you have adequate clothing and other warm items available.
  • Do a double check of your vehicle. If you are renting a moving truck, look for a reputable company to rent from by reading through reviews that you find online. A truck should be functioning properly, have been recently inspected, and have really good tires and brakes.
  • Protect the inside of both houses with plastic or some other kind of material that can sop up wet slush and mud. The people that you’ve asked to help you move will be tracking all kinds of slush and mud and other gunk into your new home (and out of your old one) as you move, and being prepared for this mess is a far better plan than racing to mop up a mess after everyone has left. Plus, you’ll want to keep your new home clean, right?
  • Take your time. A move doesn’t have to be rushed, especially during the wintertime. Take your time moving all of your things, driving slowly and carefully, and making sure that everyone involved in the move is safe at all times. Winter weather can be tricky, and this may mean slowing down!
  • Think about hiring movers to help you out. As a moving company in Fort Collins, the Exodus Moving and Storage team is used to helping people move during the wintertime. We can take care of all the driving, packing, unpacking, and other details that go with moving while the weather is cold and slushy. This way, all you have to do is sit back and relax, knowing that a professional moving team is on your side.

Working With Denver Movers

If you’re torn between hiring a moving company and doing it on your own, give us a call to see what we can do for you where rates are concerned. We are more than happy to give you a free estimate that doesn’t come with any strings attached. We also have storage space in both Fort Collins and Denver, so that you can store your things that you can’t move into your new space with you — just call us for storage rental prices and details.

Weighing the pros and cons of moving by yourself during the winter months is the best way to decide whether or not risking the weather is a good idea. Most of the time, it’s best to leave winter moving in the hands of professionals — like the experts at Exodus! Call us today to arrange an estimate.

Moving Long Distance with Children

A long distance move is tough enough. Add kids to the mix, even just one of them, and you could be heading towards disaster! When you and your significant other make the decision to move, you are probably excited for what’s to come, until you tell your kids. Sure, sometimes they’ll be just as excited as the two of you when you tell them you’ll be moving to Fort Collins, but some kids will just plain freak out.

There are a number of reasons that your child might feel this way. Maybe they’re scared about starting in a new school, or they’re reluctant to leave behind their friends. It can be scary for kids who just don’t have the life experience to feel as confident as you do that everything will be just fine. Here are some tips to make sure your child is prepared for the move, and hopefully excited for this new adventure in your lives!

Breaking the News

Sit them down and have a serious conversation, and trick them into thinking they’re part of the decision making process. You don’t have to say, “So should we move?” They’ll possibly say no, and then what will you do when you know you’re moving no matter what? Instead, research the area, and offer them choices of neighborhoods based on the schools that they can attend. When they can choose where they’ll end up, they’ll feel much better, and you’ll feel confident everything will go more smoothly.

If it’s leaving behind all of their friends and loved ones, throw a big party where they create the guest list. Do this before the long distance moving company shows up to box your belongings – you never know whether or not his friends will bring going away presents. Have your child pick out or make something special to remind his friends of him when he is gone. Don’t forget to take lots of pictures, and have them printed and compiled into an album he can flip through when he starts to miss them.

Enlist Their Help Packing

If you aren’t having the moving company pack your boxes, let your child pack her own belongings. Just be sure you take the fragile items out first, packing them up yourself to make sure they arrive at your new home in one piece! Tell your child they are allowed to choose one box to take along in the vehicle you’ll be traveling in – this way, they can have their favorite things at hand for the long car ride, and at hotels along the way in case you’re making stops. The familiar and favorite items will be comforting to them during this time.

Make sure your child labels the boxes well, and takes inventory of what’s inside. If they aren’t of writing age, be sure you do this yourself.

On Moving Day

The chaos of moving day is stressful, especially for kids who might be in trouble from time to time for “getting in the way.” They aren’t really getting in the way at all in their little minds, just “trying to help” or coming to adults to ask questions. If you can, enlist the help of friends and family to take the kids away from the scene of the move. Maybe they can go to their favorite park one last time, or spend the day playing with their best friend before they drive away forever. Not only will it make your move easier for those loading trucks, it will help them cope with the move as well.

On Your Way

Once you’ve headed out to your new home, you’ll want to be sure you have plenty of healthy snacks and a cooler full of water to limit the number of times you have to pull over to heed the cries of “I’m hungry!” While you will probably be hitting a lot of rest areas for bathroom breaks, your wallet will thank you for avoiding the fast food drive-thru lines!

Throw the electronic limits you normally put in place out the window – unless, that is, you want to here, “I’m bored” and “Are we there yet?” 8 zillion times along the journey. Keep them busy with whatever electronics they have at their disposal. If you don’t have car chargers for these things, don’t forget some coloring books, activity books, word searches, reading books, and good old fashioned car games to help them pass the time.

Moving long distance doesn’t have to be a chore when traveling with kids. You just need to make sure they’re comfortable and confident about it, and that they have plenty to keep them occupied!

Moving One Thing? Call Your Boulder Movers!

Did you know that you can call professional movers even if you aren’t moving? What do we mean by this? Have you ever had something in your home that’s just too big or heavy to move on your own? If you’ve ever been stuck with something as heavy as a treadmill that you’ve had to move down three flights of stairs, you know just how difficult it can be to move things around the place where you currently live – and this is where professional movers can help.

Why Hiring Movers Makes Sense

Plenty of people recruit friends to move heavy objects, but this is hard to do if you don’t have friends that can handle the weight, or if some of your friends have back problems. There’s also the possibility that the thing you are trying to move might become broken if someone drops it, or that your friends might not be able to move that item at all once the moving day comes.

Professional movers, on the other hand, can easily move a heavy object from one place to the next in a short amount of time. Not only can movers get the object where it needs to go quickly, but you don’t have to worry about damage, hurting someone’s back, or not being able to move the item once it’s time to actually move — more often than not, friends gather to move something that just won’t budge, no matter how hard they try!

Not Just for Full Moving Jobs

Moving companies in Fort Collins are often thought of when it comes to moving an entire home or business from one spot to the next. The reality is, though, that movers can help you move anything that’s heavy and requires professional equipment. The moving team at Exodus has helped people move items from one room to another, move heavy objects down stairs and into people’s cars, and can help with any other type of moving.

When you’re faced with the problem of moving something heavy for any purpose, don’t take a chance and hope that your friends can help. A professional moving team might not be free like your friends are (hopefully!), but professional movers can get the job done quickly and correctly, so that you can continue doing whatever it is that you need to get done.

When to Call

Typically, the high season for most moving companies happens during the summer months, since the weather during these months is optimal for moving. If you do have something in your home that you need to move, it’s probably best to call a moving company during the fall or winter months to move that object. That said, if you call ahead, you can book movers for an hour or so easily enough. The trick is to plan out the move, so that both you and the movers have the time to prepare.

The Cost

How much does it cost to have professional movers move one object? Most moving companies charge based on an hourly rate when it comes to moving items, and you can gain a free estimate when you call a moving company. If you only have one item to move, you will typically be charged for one hour of time (standard). But, this rate could fluctuate depending on the season and your location — also, things like the number of flights of stairs you have in your home will make a difference when it comes to that moving estimate.

If you need a moving company in Colorado, call Exodus Moving and Storage today. We can also provide you with storage space rates, in case you want to store the item that you are thinking about moving.

How to Move With a Rabbit

Moving can be a hectic time for humans, but it’s also a crazy time for pets. Pets become creatures of habit quite easily, and uprooting an animal from its daily routine or familiar home can be stressful for that animal. Since rabbits tend to be more high strung that a lot of other animals, you’ll want to take extra care to make sure that your bunny is safe and happy during the move. Here’s how to move successfully with a rabbit in tow.

Keep It the Same

New signs, new sounds, new smells — that’s a lot for a bunny to take in! One way you can help your rabbit feel more at home is to get into his normal routine as quickly as possible once you reach the new environment. Start feeding time at the usual time, let him out of the cage when you normally do, and try to keep familiar things around him all the time. It also helps to put a soft blanket in his cage, so that he can burrow into the blanket if he becomes scared during the move.

Before You Move

Consider packing up your rabbit’s things last. If he has any special toys or houses or other items inside of your current house, leave those out until the very last minute. This way, you won’t shock him with too many changes right away.

While You Look for a Home

Be conscious of how your existing pets might like or hate your new home. If you have to make any changes, keep your pets in mind. Try and figure out if they’d like or hate the new layout, and do your best to include enough creature comforts for your pets as possible. Rabbits can adjust rather easily, but they can also become scared quickly. It’s important to take the time to acclimatize your pets as much as possible before, during, and after your move.

Give Him Some Extra Time

When you do arrive at your new home, try and spend some extra time with your pets. Take your bunny out of the cage, let him smell and explore the new home, and let him become familiar with the new surroundings. He’ll quickly begin to associate the new home with your home, and that will make all the difference in the world. If he appears scared, take the time to cuddle and hold him, and walk around the house with him. You’ll see that he quickly adapts!

Steady and Easy Does It

Take things easy when you move with pets. Try and understand that they are nervous about moves, and that they want to explore a new place just as much as you do. When it comes to the actual move, don’t allow movers to move your pets for you. Instead, keep your animals safe and sound until you’ve moved most of your things to your new home. After that, you can begin to move your pets to the new place and introduce them to your new surroundings.

Help With Your Move

If you are moving to Boulder, Exodus Moving and Storage is the best moving team for the job. We can help you pack, unpack, and move everything you own to your new place. We don’t recommend putting your pets on a moving truck, but we will do everything else! We can even unpack for you when you arrive, if that makes your life simpler. You should also know that we offer storage rental spaces in both Boulder and Fort Collins, so you can rent out a space if you can’t fit a few items in your new home.

Call us today to ask us about rental spaces, moving quotes, and anything else that you want to move. In the meantime, make sure to keep bunny safe by taking your time with the move, and keeping things as routine as possible! For movers in Greeley, CO, call Exodus today – we’ll give you a free moving estimate.

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.

The Snowiest Places to Live

Mover in Boulder CO know that this town gets a lot of snow, so it’s the perfect place to move to if you love that fluffy stuff! But what about the rest of the world? Where are the places on the globe that receive the most snowfall? If you love to ski, snowboard, or just like the idea of a white town during the winter, here are some of the snowiest places on earth (mostly the US)!

  • Mount Washington, New Hampshire: There are a lot of great reasons to move to New Hampshire including no sales tax, a lower cost of living, and Mount Washington — one of the snowiest places on the globe. In some spots on the mountain, around 80 feet of snow piles yearly. You can’t live on Mount Washington, but you can live near it!
  • Nagano, Japan: If you move to Japan’s Nagaon area, you can enjoy plenty of snowfall regularly. This is one of the snowiest spots on the globe, and it’s also one of the prettiest.
  • Alta, Utah: Alta is a popular ski area for good reason — this spot is covered in steep and thick snow most of the year, and it’s the best place to go if you want to ski.
  • Fargo, North Dakota: By January, Fargo is usually buried underneath 12 feet of snow, and this town is known for being one of the snowiest around. If you really love the snow, Fargo might be your ultimate destination.
  • Denver, Colorado: If you’ve moving to Denver, you’re in for a snowy treat! Denver gets an average of 53-inches of snow each year, not too shabby!
  • Fort Collins, Colorado: Moving to Fort Collins? Even better! Fort Collins gets an average of 54-inches of snow each year, so it’s just slightly higher where snowfall is concerned than Denver.
  • Minneapolis, Minnesota: With 55-inches of snowfall each year, Minnesota beats both Denver and Fort Collins where snowfall is concerned. Not sure where to move? Why not check out snowy Minnesota if you love the white stuff?
  • Provo, Utah: Utah doesn’t have a shortage of snow, and Provo is one of the snowiest towns in the state with an average of 57-inches of snowfall per year.

Choosing from National Moving Companies

Whether you choose Colorado as your destination or you’re move keen on living in New Hampshire, if snow is what you want the places listed above will satisfy your need for powder throughout the winter season. Most of these places double as resort towns, or aren’t far from resort towns, too, so you can enjoy living in some of the nicest ski areas in the world should you decide to move.

If you’re currently looking for national moving companies to select from while in the process of your move, make sure to consider Exodus Moving and Storage. From moving to Parker to moving to Fort Collins, Exodus can help you pack, move your things, unpack, and set up your new home or business from start to finish. We also offer competitive rates, easy moving solutions, and a qualified moving team with years of experience. If you need to store some items that won’t fit in your new home, we have storage space in both Fort Collins and Denver as well – ask us about our storage space prices and sizes.

For those looking to have the snowiest winters available, nothing beats the towns on this list for snowfall. On the flip side, if you hate the snow, it’s probably best to avoid any town on this list! Call us today for a free quote and to set up your move – whether you’re moving away from or towards more snow!

What Is White Glove Moving?

You may have come across a Boulder moving company or two advertising White Glove Service. If you’re wondering what this kind of service involves, or whether or not you need it, we’ve taken a few moments to break down the service as much as possible, so that you can decide if white glove is for you.

What’s Included

National moving companies may vary when it comes to what white glove service includes, but typically the following services can be expected:

  • The removal and installation of furniture in addition to moving each piece to your new location
  • Packing and unpacking of boxes
  • Exact placement of furniture after assembly
  • Expert movers available from doorstep to doorstep

The Point of White Glove Service

When it comes to white glove, there really shouldn’t be anything that you need movers to do that isn’t already taken care of. The point of this type of service is to make sure that your moving needs are met from A to Z, so that all you have to do is start living in your new spot. White glove isn’t necessarily for everyone that has to move, but it does come in handy in some situations.

When to Use White Glove

Anyone can opt for this kind of service, but the following reasons to use white service are particularly helpful.

  • If you are moving valuable antiques
  • If you have items that are very heavy and very hard to move in, out, or around your house
  • If you need help assembling any items
  • If you aren’t sure how to arrange furniture in your new home (some white glove movers can also offer you decorating advice, but this depends on the company you hire).

The other reason to consider white glove service is if you are moving an office space, and you do not have the time to connect all electronics, set up furniture, and move everything. White glove service can really save when it comes to your time, which is always the most valuable thing during any move!

Our White Glove Service

At Exodus, it’s our goal to make moving as seamless as possible. We offer full services from packing to unpacking, and we can also arrange and assemble any furniture that you have. If you are looking for a moving company in Fort Collins, we are more than happy to let you know what our services and rates are.

If you do not have the time to pack or assemble, have antiques or office furniture to move, or just want someone to take care of everything that you need to have done, white glove service is the best option for you. If you’d rather just have some help moving boxes that you’ve already packed, we can do that too. The point of any move is to make it easier, so that you can get to where you need to go without any kind of hassle.

In Advance

If you are moving antiques or furniture to another country, let us know when you plan to make that move. We can ship anything that you have overseas, and we can also help you pack for the big trip. When you have professional movers on your side, moving becomes the easiest thing to do — just ask any of our happy clients.

Call Exodus today for a free quote, or to ask us what our full services include. If you have something to move that you need specific help with, we can assist you with those items too. You can also find us on Facebook for additional details and information.

Reasons Not to Move In With Your Boyfriend

Denver moving companies can move you in and out of the home you share with your boyfriend all day or year long, but you may want to think twice about moving in with your boyfriend. Here are some reasons why living separately can be better.

  1. Keeping mystery in a relationship is really hard to do when you see someone every day all day and all night. Making sure that some things are private can add to that mystery, but keeping things under wraps is nearly impossible to do when you live together. Mystery plays into romance, so keep that in mind when you think about moving in together.
  2. You may have to say goodbye to your independence. Some couples successfully lead both separate lives and couple lives, but few succeed in this. You’re pretty much going to be spending every occasion with your boyfriend the moment you move in, and he may be around on girl’s night because he has nowhere else to go.
  3. Jealousy may start to pop up. If you’ve always hung out with your best guy friend on Friday nights, that is about to change. The person you live with may decide against this ritual, and you’ll have a hard time changing his mind.
  4. Romance doesn’t go with toothbrushes and mouth guards. You can’t easily disguise those parts of you that you aren’t ready to share when you move in with a guy. All of those things he didn’t know about before will go out the window.
  5. Intimacy may take a back burner. Right now, you can meet up for exciting dates in exciting places, but you probably won’t make these kinds of intimate dates when you live together – you’ll already be in the same place, and that place is likely to be on the couch watching TV.
  6. You’ll quickly see the light of day. The first few weeks of living together may be a lot of fun, but that will soon wear off. After that point, you’ll have to face the marriage issue, and it will be really hard to avoid thinking about.
  7. Leaving will be a lot harder. It’s hard to end any relationship, but it’s a lot harder to end one if you live with the person you’re breaking up with. Who knows, you may not break up, and you could wind up engaged instead, but the opposite might also happen. If you do break up, calling Denver moving companies will be the easy part!
  8. You may feel pressured into marriage. So many couples move in together and then get married after a period of time because “what else was there to do?” You know deep down whether or not this is the right next move, right? But, it will be tougher not to move to that next step if you already live together.
  9. You can still show up at his place whenever you want to right now, and avoid him when you want some alone or girl time. If you live in the same spot, forget it. You’ll have to see him all the time, even if you’d rather be alone.

Moving In

If you do decide that moving in is the right thing to do, and you want to test the waters, set a time limit. Decide after one year or five months whether or not you want to spend more time with this person. If not, move out and move on. If so, you may be ready for that next step. Either way, calling Denver moving companies to help you with the move (in or out) is the next thing to do.

At Exodus, we will give you a moving quote when we come to see your place, and you can rest assured that our moving quote won’t change. So, even if you are moving out instead of moving in (or can’t make up your mind), we’re here for you.

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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