Baltimore Moving Companies
Are you looking for a trusted mover in Baltimore Maryland?
Six Star Moving is the most trusted name in moving and cleaning in. For more than 17 years, Six Star Moving & Cleaning has cleaned and moved thousands of homes and businesses around the United States. The Six Star Moving family believes in being more than just another moving contractor. We actively serve, volunteer and give back to the communities we serve. Six Star Moving is licensed to operate in states across the country and believe in offering the best customer service with a friendly face.
Six Star moving company is built on the strong values of honest business principles and total customer satisfaction, our movers continue to be one of the cornerstones of local movers in this area. Whether you’re settling into a new home anywhere in Maryland or preparing to relocate nationwide, our Maryland movers are here to cover your every moving and storage need.
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Our top priority is to remain as one of the top Baltimore moving companies, we strive to provide a custom solution specific to your individual needs. We achieve this by assessing your desired overall end goal. We ask you the right questions in order to help determine the most ideal solution for your situation.
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Moving and Packing Tips
Looking for moving and packing advice from the experts? You’re in luck! We’ve spent more than 17 years collecting tips and tricks to save you money and improve your moving experience!
- Make your reservations for movers two to four weeks before your move day.
- For large appliances be sure to check your owner’s manuals to see if there are special instructions for moving.
- Don’t try to get rid of your children’s favorite things before the move – even if it makes it easier. Kids sometimes have a hard time dealing with the change of the move itself.
- By law, a moving company can’t transport hazardous materials such as gasoline, bottled gases and other flammables, ammunition and explosives.
- Pack a box of essential items that you will need immediately after the move and make sure it’s the last thing added to the truck.
- Clean out closets, the attic, and the basement as soon as you decide it’s time to move.
- Make a “survival closet” of things for the last cleanup before you move out – broom, dust cloth, dust pan, mop.
- Remember to get snacks for move day.
- Schedule disconnect times for about a week before your move day — you don’t want to have to pay for cable, phone and utilities when you aren’t even there!
- Cancel newspapers, cable, pest control, cleaning help, lawn services about a week before the move.
- Mail in your change of address forms about week before your move date.
- Clean your stove before you move out.
- The day before your move, defrost the fridge.
- Make sure to get enough cash to get you through move day.
- Take time to say goodbye to friends and neighbors before your busy move day.
- If you are depending on friends and family to help you move, have a back-up plan if they don’t show.
- Avoid mixing items from different rooms in the same box.
- Use wardrobe boxes to make closets easier to pack. Clothes in drawers can be placed in suitcases.
- Use only small boxes for books. They get very heavy, very fast.
- Never use printed newsprint to wrap fine china.
- Always stack dishes upwards when packing.
- Pack important and sentimental documents separately to be easily accessible including: children’s health records, passports, family records, insurance information and photo albums.
- Remember: the heavier the item, the smaller the box.
- Don’t pack with food or supermarket boxes. You never know what little critter is hiding – or if the box will be strong enough to support your possessions.
- Don’t use used boxes. You don’t know if the box will be strong enough to support your possessions.
- Never use duct tape – use packing tape.
- Clearly label all boxes on top and side.
- As you take apart furniture and other items make sure to tape all parts to the main base.
- Try to pack all electronic equipment, like stereos in their original boxes. Otherwise use bubble wrap when packing these items.
- Start packing items you will not need ahead of time.
- Always pack and unpack breakables over a padded surface.
- Always tape boxes. Don’t interlock the tops.
- Don’t use boxes without tops. No tops make it impossible to stack properly in the truck.
- Use custom-designed boxes when packing fine china and clothing.