Moving Tips in Mt Pleasant & Charleston, SC

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Moving Tips

6 Overlooked Moving Essentials to Keep in Mind Ahead of Your Move

By |November 4th, 2023|

Moving is often a chaotic process, and amidst the hustle and bustle, it's easy to overlook some essentials that are vital for a smooth transition. At Low Country Moving, we understand the nuances of moving, and we're here to help you remember the often-forgotten items that can make a significant [...]

Safeguarding Your Electronics: Why Professional Movers Matter

By |October 25th, 2023|

Moving day can be a whirlwind of activity, especially when it comes to packing and transporting delicate electronics. From high-end entertainment systems to essential office equipment, these items are not just expensive; they often contain important data and cherished memories. Ensuring their safety during a move is paramount. This is [...]

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Don’t Mix Rooms During Packing

By |February 1st, 2021|

When packing up your belongings, it is best to keep items from different rooms in different boxes; you do not want to have boxes containing things from multiple rooms. This will make your packing experience more organized and efficient while also making the unpacking process a much less chaotic affair. -- Photo by Karolina Grabowska from Pexels

Set Aside the Essentials

By |January 26th, 2021|

It is always a good idea to have a bag or box set aside for anything you might need access to during the moving process. For example, things like a toothbrush, contact solution, medication, a change of clothes, etc., are things that you will not want to have buried in the bottom of some unknown box. -- Photo by Hana Brannigan from Pexels

Disconnecting the Washing Machine

By |January 18th, 2021|

If you are taking your washing machine with you to your new home, you will need to disconnect it before you are able to move it. However, it is crucial that you turn off the water before you disconnect it! Where the washer is connected to the wall, there should be a couple of valves for you to turn to shut the water off. If you do not do this prior to the disconnection, you will have water all over your floor, which will add even more chaos to your moving day. -- Image by Pete Linforth from Pixabay

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