NorthStar Moving Unveils Halloween Storage and Decorating Service

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Don’t be spooked by the time it takes to create your haunted home for trick-or-treaters, let the pros deliver, untangle, decorate, takedown, and store your Halloween decor.

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'Halloween would be nothing without haunted houses and trick-or-treaters. But finding the time in our busy lives to create the most haunting house on the block can be stressful, and we get that,' said Laura McHolm, co-founder of NorthStar Moving.

NorthStar Moving ® Company, the award-winning eco-luxury mover in California, has unveiled a new customized package to provide full-service Halloween decorating and storage for those that are frightened of the time and garage space it takes to make a home the right amount of scary.

The unique service is provided by NorthStar Moving’s boutique Los Angeles storage™ service, Storage A-Go-Go®. Their Go-Go-Pros™ handle everything from delivering the ghouls, goblins and the rest of the gang and decorating, to the post Halloween takedown of pumpkin lights and storage if you don’t have space for the spooky stuff. The service is completely customizable. If the kids prefer to hang the ghastly creatures, then just leave the cleanup to the pros.

This new package can be requested at anytime throughout the year and has garnered a nickname:

The Jack-o-Lantern – Whether you need someone to inflate that 30-foot pumpkin for the front lawn or some help hanging spider webs and eerie orange lights, a Go-Go-Pro™ can create that perfectly frightful look. Once the fright night is over, leave the takedown to the Go-Go-Pro. Enjoy all that candy while the Go-Go-Pro packs up the coffin, monster masks, ghost statues, witches’ brooms, and even costumes. If you really don’t want to see that skeleton and his zombie friends for a while, they can be driven away to storage where they won’t haunt your garage.

“Halloween would be nothing without haunted houses and trick-or-treaters. But finding the time in our busy lives to create the most haunting house on the block can be stressful, and we get that,” said Laura McHolm, co-founder of NorthStar Moving. “Halloween should be all about fun, candy, costumes and most importantly family time. That’s why we created a service that helps take away the to-dos of Halloween, to bring back the carefree time spent enjoying that ghastly décor and spooking family and friends. So let someone else put the pumpkin in its place and soak up those Kodak moments.”

About NorthStar Moving
Founded in 1994, Los Angeles-based NorthStar Moving® Company has redefined the moving industry as the first to offer eco-luxury moving services, elevating basic moving and storage services to a new unparalleled level of customer service, customized care and environmental consciousness. Honored with more awards for service than any other moving company: “A+” rated by the Better Business Bureau, voted Citysearch “Best Mover,” earned the most five star ratings on Trustlink and Yelp, and recipient of dozens of awards for corporate culture, green practices, community outreach, and growth including multiple “Best Places to Work” awards and ranked on the Inc. 5,000 list for the fastest growing companies in the U.S. for six consecutive years. The company's local, long distance and international moving, storage services, and eco-luxury packages have been featured in leading magazines including The Robb Report Collection and on multiple home and design television shows. NorthStar Moving has proven the state-of-the-art way to move is with its red carpet service, recommended by Coldwell Banker Concierge, The Franklin Report,, The Getty Museum, and an impressive list of celebrity clientele. NorthStar Moving’s mission is to exceed their clients’ expectations with graceful customer care and to move service back into what should have always been the ultimate service industry: the moving industry. For more information, please visit or call (800) Ask-Pros (800) 275-7767.

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