Wayne, PA (PRWEB) May 1, 2006
Now that the weather is warmer it’s time to do some spring cleaning. The cleaning part is easy—but what does one do with the big items that are cluttering up the house? Perhaps take advantage of the services of a small move specialist. The whole taks is easy with these 5 simple steps:
1. Start with one room. Do not proceed to the next room until you have determined what you don’t need. Decide what you really use and what is just taking up space.
2. Take a good look at those big items. You probably have one or more pieces of furniture you’re not using that someone else can use. If you don’t know anyone local who needs them, you can ship large items to a friend or relative in another state, or make some money by selling them on eBay—and ship with a small move specialist.
3. Don’t pay a full-load mover for large pieces—instead contact a small move specialist such as TSI(http://www.transitsystems.com). Small move specialists will move a single sofa or a room full of furniture a lot cheaper than a full-load mover. (They combine pickups from a given area and transport multiple shipments on one truck to reduce your cost.). You get full service from a small move professional mover, including inside pickup and delivery and blanket wrapping, but you pay less.
4. You can box up and ship clothing with a small move spesiclaist too. Or give it away. Get rid of anything that you have not worn in the last two years. There are many charities that would be more than happy to have them. If you’re not wearing these clothes, give someone else an opportunity to enjoy them.
5. Clean floors, walls, windows, curtains, blinds and baseboards—now that you can get to them.
Once you’ve organized everything and gotten rid of the clutter and winter dust, you can go outside and enjoy the nice weather—and when colder weather returns, you’ll be happy that the clutter is gone.
If you would like to learn more about shipping large items, search online (keyword: small move, or ship furniture) or visit http://www.transitsystems.com/small_moves.html.