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Redefyne Moving & Storage offers affordable moving, packing, unpacking, and other relocation services. We have offices in both Portland, Oregon and Fort Worth, Texas.
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    The Redefyne Moving Process

    The Redefyne Moving company is committed to transporting your belongings safely and making your moving experience simple. Our team of experienced movers are hand-selected, extensively trained, and have all passed background checks and drug screenings. Redefyne Moving understands integrity and knows how to get the job done right.

    We know the closer your move date gets, the more stressed you can feel. We are here to support you and your family through this time. As a top-rated nationwide moving company, we are here to take care of all of your relocation needs. Whether it be packing up your entire home, or relocating your office, there is no job that we can’t handle. Choose our full-service moving company to help you prepare for your big day.

    Our experienced full-service local movers will come prepared with all the necessary moving equipment; such as hand trucks, dollies, tools for take-down and set-up, shrink wrap, straps, moving pads, floor runners and anything else needed to protect your investment and get the job done right.

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    Tips From The Movers

    #1

    If you’re on a budget, disassemble what you can before moving day. Disassembling furniture will open up more space and make it easier to accommodate your belongings in the moving truck. This extra step will also help you handle particularly heavy furniture or other odd-shaped items. When you disassemble furniture, store all the hardware you remove in a ziplock bag and secure it to the furniture itself with packing tape so it doesn’t get lost during the move.

    #2

    Pack heavy items in small boxes and light items in big boxes. You need to be able to comfortably carry moving boxes while also maximizing the use of the space inside.

    #3

    Make sure your dishes are clean and your dishwasher is empty before moving day. Before you pack your dishes, make sure they’re clean to keep critters away from your boxes. Make sure the dishwasher and all cabinets in the house are empty as well to make sure you don’t leave anything behind.

    #4

    Plan for your small children and pets. Movers need to keep the front door open for long periods of time as they load and unload your belongings, so it can be easy for the little ones to trip or pets to slip out unnoticed. Make appropriate arrangements for young children and pets to make sure they are out of harm’s way and you can have a stress-free moving day.  A great moving tip from the pros is to recruit a family member or friend to help you look after children or pets.

    #5

    Have everything packed before moving day. This will save time and help your movers load the truck efficiently. Feeling overwhelmed? Enlist our expert full-service packers to handle that wearisome moving task for you.

    #6

    If you’re on a budget, disassemble what you can before moving day. Disassembling furniture will open up more space and make it easier to accommodate your belongings in the moving truck. This extra step will also help you handle particularly heavy furniture or other odd-shaped items. When you disassemble furniture, store all the hardware you remove in a ziplock bag and secure it to the furniture itself with packing tape so it doesn’t get lost during the move.

    #7

    Pack heavy items in small boxes and light items in big boxes. You need to be able to comfortably carry moving boxes while also maximizing the use of the space inside.

    #8

    Make sure your dishes are clean and your dishwasher is empty before moving day. Before you pack your dishes, make sure they’re clean to keep critters away from your boxes. Make sure the dishwasher and all cabinets in the house are empty as well to make sure you don’t leave anything behind.

    #9

    If possible, try to clean the kitchen and the bathrooms in your new place before moving in. Whether you prepare meals ahead of time specifically for moving day or you order food to the new house, you’re going to need a clean place to store leftovers. And people will need to use the bathroom throughout the day – nobody likes a dirty bathroom, so make sure it’s clean beforehand! Besides, one of the first things you’re going to want to do after a long, strenuous moving day is shower, preferably in a clean space.

    #10

    Take a picture of the back of your TV. Technology and cord configurations can be confusing; having a photo will make it easier to set everything up again after moving in.

    #11

    Keep essentials in an overnight bag to avoid rummaging through boxes. If you pack every single item into boxes, you might have trouble finding your toothbrush or medications when you need them. Pack a bag with all the items you use daily as well as clothes for a few days so you have everything handy.

    #12

    Use box cutters to create handles for your boxes. While most boxes generally have cutout handles that make them easy to carry, you may have some that don’t. The solution is simple: cut them out yourself using box cutters! Use caution to avoid injury and reinforce the edges with tape as an added measure.

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    Corry and Brendan did my move and they were great! Super quick and efficient. They handled all the stairs like champs and didn’t complain once. Very communicative and reliable. Redefyne was by far the best choice I could have made.

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    Redefyne helped me with move-in labor in my new apartment, with three flights of stairs as the only means of access. They were prompt, professional, courteous and time-conscious. I was so happy with their services I happily recommended them to my boss at work, and would also do so for friends and family.

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    Everything about this experience was amazing. They made me feel at ease and took on a very big task with our house. They were kind and wonderful to my children and understanding when I was dealing with a move and three kids. They took time to get to know my children and were very professional. I really enjoyed working with these guys.

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