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Are you thinking about moving? Whether you’re relocating for work, school, or to start a new life in some other context, you want to be sure that you have everything in order for that move. Are you going to try and do it all on your own? Or is it better to hire Pembroke Pines movers?
iMoving has connections with a number of moving companies in Pembroke Pines – and we only partner with the best. As a moving facilitator, we do a lot of work in order to ensure that our affiliated moving companies are good at their jobs, trustworthy with your items, and affordable with their costs.
Our site allows you to search for movers in your area that are going to be able to take care of the different needs that you may have in relation to your situation. You can get preliminary estimates from qualified movers by using our quote tools and entering where you’re starting from and where you’re going, and then you can also search based on the additional services that you may need for your trip.
As a moving facilitator, we also oversee everything that your moving company in Pembroke Pines will be doing to take care of your move. Scheduling, payment, and overseeing the actual moving process is what we’ll be doing in order to make sure that your move goes smoothly. Use the iMoving site and get in touch today so we can easily facilitate your move.
Moving Services in Pembroke Pines FL
Local Moves: Local moves are those short, quick moves that can take an afternoon or a day at the most.
Long-Distance Relocations: Moving a bit further away? Then you may be at the point where you need to consider long-distance professionals that can assist with your move.
Business Moving Help: Business moves need a lot of logistical help and the movers need special tools and devices to ensure that everything stays safe and private.
Other Services: Many of iMoving’s partner movers offer these services, usually at an additional fee
- Packing and Unpacking - Movers can take care of packing and unpacking some or all of your items.
- Storage - Storage units for rent are typically owned by companies that also offer moving services.
- White-Glove Services - Large, bulky, and/or fragile items fall in this category.
- Packing Supplies - You can sometimes buy kits and other packing supplies from movers.
Tips for Preparing For Your Move
Keep Important Documents With You. Do you have important documents that you want to have available or that you’re concerned about losing for one reason or another? Keep them with you in a fire-safe lockbox or a folder of some sort. Then, you nor the movers have to worry about it.
Label Everything Clearly. Label absolutely everything that you’re taking with you and ensure that everyone understands your labeling system. Color coding can also be helpful. By labeling what room that the items are going to in your new place, you can ensure that the movers will put those boxes in the right spaces.
Pack an Overnight Bag. Have an overnight bag handy so that you don’t have to go digging for your toothbrush before collapsing in bed on the night after moving day. Have your toiletries, a fresh set of clothes or two, some PJ’s, and whatever medications that you may need. If there’s a delay or some other issue, or you’re stuck waiting for your movers for some reason, you’ll have the essentials ready to go.
Use Plastic Wrap. Plastic wrap makes everything so much easier to deal with. Wrap up your silverware drawer in it so that you don’t lose anything. Take off the lid of your toiletries, wrap the opening, then put the lid back on – it’ll prevent spills. Plastic wrap can also be handy for keeping like things together if needed.
Use Clothing as Packing Material. Don’t spend an arm and a leg on paper, peanuts, and other types of packing materials for your fragile items. Ensure that your clothing is as clean as possible and then use it in and around those fragile items. Both things are getting packed, and everything is safe!
Pembroke Pines, FL – What You Need to Know Before You Relocate
“The Pines” (as it’s affectionately known by residents) is a great place to live in South Florida. As with many parts of Florida, you can expect tropical temperatures that can break 100 degrees Fahrenheit and cause very high humidity in the summer. And, during the winter, you will find yourself in a very comfortable 75 to 85 degrees. Obviously, hurricanes can be a bit of an issue, but you can learn to prepare for those.
The area in Pembroke Pines is very similar to other parts of Florida – a lot of areas for tourists, all sorts of things to do, and plenty of options for retirement homes. The older adult population is just as high as it is in other parts of the country and, as a result, you’ll find that the retirement communities are absolutely lovely. You’re also only a half-hour or less from a number of beaches and a couple of hours from major tourist attractions, so there’s always something to do.
The unemployment rate is one of the lowest in the state, at lower than 6%. This is likely due to the number of schools, medical facilities, and higher education options that you’ll find throughout the entire area. Over two dozen schools in the Broward County Public School District are located in the Pembroke Pines area. The University of Miami is just a short distance away, so that’s another reason people come to live here.
As you may expect from Florida, the cost of living can be quite high, but it’s still lower than places like Orlando, downtown Miami, and other large cities located throughout the state. Entertainment is the most expensive thing to be concerned with when living in this area, but that’s typical for most of the state, and you want to consider budgeting appropriately for that.