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16
Jun

9 Tips to Move with a Cat

Moving with a cat can be difficult. They are very smart and curious creatures, but most importantly they are territorial. When you change the environment of your cat they become confused. You need to help them understand that the new territory is now their home, where they eat and get love and care. They need the time to become familiar with at least some of their new territory, and time to make to become comfortable before expanding it. If you simply bring your cat to your new home without taking the proper steps often they’ll often just run away in search of the territory that is familiar to them. Use the steps below to make sure they have as little stress as possible during the move.Continue Reading..

16
Jun

7 Tips for Moving with a Dog

A move can be a very stressful time for your dog, and even the best behaved dogs can act out of character. Here are 7 tips to help you move with your puppy.Continue Reading..

02
Jun

9 Tips for an Easy Summer Move

Summertime is the busiest moving season of the year and can be one of the least convenient times to move. But, sometimes this is just what fits our schedules and the kids are out of school. To make any Summer move easier and more efficient, our team at 1,2,3 Moving & Storage have come up with a list of 9 things that will make any move as easy as 1,2,3!Continue Reading..

16
Mar

How to Pack Medium-Sized Boxes

Knowing how to pack things the right way before you start packing is extremely important for a smooth move. Here at 123 Moving and Storage we try our best to prepare our current and prospective clients for any move. In this post we will be focusing on how to pack medium sized boxes. Medium sized boxes are industry standard sized boxes that can be used for a number of common household items. After following these simple tips you’ll feel like an expert medium-sized-box-packer!
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10
Mar

How to Move a Refrigerator

Whether you find yourself moving to a new location or you’re just rearranging your home, the most difficult task you face is moving heavy appliances. With the right planning and proper help, moving a refrigerator can be done seamlessly.
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08
Feb

5 Mistakes You Can Avoid when Packing Boxes

If you are moving soon it is inevitable that you will be packing. Packing isn’t something most people do often, so it is easy to make mistakes. Here are the top 5 mistakes that you can avoid when packing boxes.
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30
Sep

Moving Essentials

If you try moving without the following moving essentials you are making things much more difficult on yourself. Check out these moving essentials for any move big or small and local or long distance!Continue Reading..

05
Aug

6 Steps to Move with Young Children

Having young kids is hard work and moving is hard work, so having to move with young children is extra hard work. Follow these 6 steps to have a successful move with your little ones.Continue Reading..

12
May

8 reasons your cat makes a bad mover

Cats make great pets! They are reasonably independent, easy to clean up after, and great companions. But, they just wouldn’t cut it as a mover!Continue Reading..

02
Dec

Moving on a Rainy Day

It’s raining in LA!

Over the last 30 years Los Angeles averages 14.93 inches of rain per year, which is 62% less than the national average of 39.17 inches (1).

That means there are more yeti sightings per year than inches of rain in LA per year!

So with Southern California’s ridiculous ongoing record of drought we should be ecstatic to have a rainy day, unless of course you’re moving.Continue Reading..

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