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At Quality Moving & Storage we believe your possessions are priceless. When you entrust us with the responsibility of moving or storing them we consider it a sacred trust, and handle them with the same care and attentiveness that you would. In every move our goal is to deliver your property or equipment to its destination on time, in perfect condition, with as little disruption and inconvenience to you as possible.

It is our commitment to these values that has made Quality Moving & Storage the mover of choice for families and businesses from the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area through the Hudson and western Wisconsin area. Whether you are moving across the street or across the state, Quality Moving & Storage is the experienced and professional partner you want and need to get the job done.

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We work with you in creating a custom moving and storage solution that meets your needs and fits your budget. We offer the full range of services required to help you make a smooth, seamless and stress free move or relocation.

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It would be our pleasure to partner with you in making you move a pleasant experience. We invite you to take advantage of our vast experience and professional knowledge in the moving and storage industry. From handling the every aspect of your move to any single part of it, we can create a solution that meets your needs, relieves your stress and fits your budget. Make an appointment for one of our professionals to stop by, discuss your move and provide you with a free estimate - it's the best call you'll ever make!

Congratulations, you’re moving!   Maybe onto bigger and better, maybe onto smaller and better. Whatever the reason for your move, it’s now time to tackle years and years and years of “stuff”! Do yourself a favor and make unpacking easier on yourself with these simple tips for a clutter free move.

  1. One room at a time. Don’t let the process overwhelm you, start early and tackle just one room for now. Start with the room with the most clutter, perhaps it’s a basement storage room or a mudroom.  Tackling the hardest room first will make the rest of the rooms a breeze.
  2. Pile and purge. You will be surprised when you start to pile like items together.  You will realize quickly that you have 4 can openers.  Guess, what? You don’t need 4 can openers, one does the trick and it will certainly make unpacking your kitchen a lot easier.
  3. When was the last time? Keep asking yourself this question.  When was the last time I used this? When was the last time I even saw this? If it’s not something that you use or wear regularly (excluding seasonal items…don’t get rid of that Christmas tree!) its time to let it go.

Purge some more, or donate: The key to your new space being clutter free is to not bring a lot of clutter into the new space.  I know it’s hard to let go of some of those treasures, but now is the time to do it.  You are working with a clean slate, it’s time to let go of that neon light up Bud Light sign!  Don’t forget that one man’s (or woman’s) trash is another man (or woman’s) treasure.  Consider donating the items that you don’t want anymore or consign items that might carry some value.

Back to school season is upon us and preparing for a college move can be quite stressful. New school, new friends, new home, new adventures (and new challenges) are upon you! Take it from us, it will be the time of your life, so here are a few ideas on how to make that move from home sweet home to your college dorm (or sorority, apartment- you get the idea) a little bit easier.
• Whether you plan to live in a dorm or off campus, plan early and think about hiring a moving company. With the amount of stuff you will be unloading, just the unpacking process could take all day. Why not have some help, so mom and dad can focus on the important things: stocking your fridge full of food, and making sure you know your way around campus before leaving you on your own.

• Some reasons to plan in advance and hire your moving company early: August is prime moving season, so make sure you start thinking about your move in Summer to start getting quotes and schedule your movers.

• If your experience was like mine, dorm move-in day felt like a cattle call: A large number of students moving into the same small area at the same time period. Our advice? Get there first thing in the morning to avoid the rush and beat the parking lot traffic jam. Many people will be traveling from out of town, so to get a jump on it, spend the night in a local hotel so you will be fresh and ready to go in the morning.

Quality moving companies provide not only a packing option where they come into your home and pack all of your items, but they also offer a prep option.  It may seem insignificant at first to prep your house prior to a move, but proper prep will allow for a faster move and in turn, less hours, which means less money that you owe!

When you are planning for a move, ask your moving company about prep and pack packages.  Here are the reasons why:

Planning equals saving money.

The prep process gives the moving company an opportunity to survey the move ahead of moving day.  This allows the crew to be exact in terms of crew size, equipment needs as well as truck size. Removing the need to go back for needed supplies or equipment on moving day will save you an enormous amount of time and money.

Get to know your movers.

The lead mover on prep day will also be the lead mover on moving day.  By the time the movers arrive, you already know one of the crew members.  It’s always nice to feel comfortable with people coming into your home.  In addition, this extra time in your home will allow the head mover to direct his crew in being as efficient as possible.

Last minute tips.

The prep process allows for the moving company to give the client any last minute tips and go over the details of move.  Being prepared for what is ahead makes for a smooth process.  This will again, save you time and money

Let’s be honest, no one really likes to move. Whether you are moving a small space or a large space it takes time, effort and sometimes a backache to relocate. It can be a total hassle. We have complied a helpful checklist to make your move & finding the right moving company hassle free.

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