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When moving to a new place, you will often be faced with the problem of how to pack your electronic devices. These days, every modern household is filled with electronic items that range from the extremely compact and lightweight to the very large and bulky. If you are a tech-savvy person, then you might have a PC, laptop, tablet, printer, scanner, video game system, smart phone, TV, refrigerator, microwave oven and many other devices that use every day. Often, these devices come with several accessories, so packing them neatly becomes a challenge.

Here are 5 packing tips for electronic devices that you may find useful:

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Moving is often a hectic time and things can easily get scratched, dented and damaged in the rush, especially if you have lots of stuff to move. Most damages can be attributed to inadequate packing or mishandling, but accidents also account for a significant number of damages. You have to be extra vigilant when loading, unloading and unpacking as these are the times when most damages occur. However, you can keep the damages down by being careful and meticulous while you pack, transport and unpack your belongings.

Here are a few tips on how to move without damaging your possessions:

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Moving can be fun if you focus on your new home, new city, or the new opportunities you have to look forward to. However, it can also be time-consuming and highly stressful. In fact, moving has been ranked by Employee Relations Council (USA) as the third most stressful event in life, after death and divorce. Whether you agree with this or not, you will find yourself doing a lot of planning and putting in a lot of hard work to sort out and pack your possessions as the scheduled move date approaches. To make your move as organized, effortless and economical as possible, you will need to have a good plan and the right tools.


One of the best ways to keep yourself and your move organized is to have a few key items on hand throughout the moving process. Here are 5 items that you should keep with you at all times during your move:

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International moving companies address the needs of people who require relocation to and from an international location. Students are most likely to need this type of service in the beginning and at the end of their educational experience .Whether they come to Canada or the US to study, students require specialized relocation services which international moving companies can deliver efficiently and, most importantly, cost effectively.

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Downsizing is an intelligent move when you are relocating to a new home. It is not only a cost-effective solution, but it is also a time saving approach. You will not waste any time with packing, loading, unloading, and unpacking things that you don’t really need. Un-cluttering your home is a good way to downsize just before the big move.

There are many challenges when it comes to tossing your belongings. The point of tossing some of your possessions before a big move is to be efficient and not to throw away here in order to buy it new at your destination. Plus, tossing doesn’t necessarily mean throwing away. It can mean donating or selling. So here are some ideas of what to toss:

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Is your teen going to university or college in the fall?  Are you totally overwhelmed with packing all of the items on the school’s must-bring list?  Do you even have a vehicle that will fit all the items on the list? If you’re feeling stressed by answering these questions, there may be a solution for you.

McWilliams Moving and Storage in Kitchener-Waterloo has student moving services designed to support parents and guardians with moving their kids to and from school.  Our student moving services are designed for individual needs which ensures you’re getting all of the services you need. 

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