Back to Blog

Climer Moving delivers quality by anticipating your needs and being able to satisfy them!

Tweet

Price relates to the amount of service a mover provides in a given period of time. Many movers will get your business by quoting a deceptively low hourly rate, and then take far more time than the work requires, costing you much more. Others will charge you a flat rate, and then stick you with unexpected "add-ons." Consumer Investigator Dale Cardwell, president of TRUSTDale.com, trusts Climer Moving for rates that are competitive, up front and fair, and most importantly will not result in sticker shock. Click HERE to receive your exclusive Climer Moving/TD Deal of $50.00 off packing materials and $50.00 off your first Climer Move! Plus, you get the TRUSTDale Make It Right Guarantee!

TrustDale Tip of the Day: *Five-Minute Decluttering Tips to Start Conquering Your Mess

"We don't need to increase our goods nearly as much as we need to scale down our wants. Not wanting something is as good as possessing it." - Donald Horban
  1. Clear off a counter. You want to get your house so that all flat spaces are clear of clutter. Maybe they have a toaster on them, maybe a decorative candle, but not a lot of clutter. So start with one counter. Clear off everything possible, except maybe one or two essential things. Have a blender you haven't used since jazzercise was all the rage? Put it in the cupboard! Clear off all papers and all the other junk you've been tossing on the counter too.
  2. Pick a shelf. Now that you've done a counter, try a shelf. It doesn't matter what shelf. Could be a shelf in a closet, or on a bookshelf. Don't tackle the whole bookshelf - just one shelf. Clear all non-essential things and leave it looking neat and clutter-free.
  3. Schedule a decluttering weekend. Maybe you don't feel like doing a huge decluttering session right now. But if you take the time to schedule it for later this month, you can clear your schedule, and if you have a family, get them involved too. The more hands pitching in, the better. Get boxes and trash bags ready, and plan a trip to a charity to drop off donated items. You might not get the entire house decluttered during the weekend, but you'll probably make great progress.

*Source: http://zenhabits.net/18-five-minute-decluttering-tips-to-start-conquering-your-mess/