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Veterans Moving America is a values-based moving company that only hires veterans.  We are proud to be your Fort Worth mover, Dallas moving company, or your moving services provider anywhere within Texas.  

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VMA’s #MovingTipMonday - 3/21/16

Zach Freeman

Emptying your refrigerator may seem like the last thing you should do before your move, but that's not necessarily the case.  Professional movers like VMA recommend emptying and unplugging your refrigerator at least 24 hours prior to your movers arriving.  Continue reading to learn why and what to do with your perishble items in the meantime!

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VMA's #MovingTipMonday - 3/14/16

Zach Freeman

Veterans Moving America’s #MovingTipMonday, moving tips, Dallas movers, Fort Worth movers.

Welcome to Veterans Moving America's #MovingTipMonday!  We know that moving is a stressful time for everyone and that moving can be complicated.  That's why we've decided to try and help by providing our readers with moving tips every Monday!  Subscribe to our blog to get notified whenever we post a new tip!


Today's Tip:

Warn your movers about any large or awkward items before your move.


Hopefully your movers already have an extensive list of your items before your move, but sometimes standard lists don't include oversized or awkward items.  For example, items like outdoor swings, slides, exercise equipment, and trampolines may not be accounted for on standard estimates.  Sometimes specialty items like the ones mentioned above require special equipment or larger moving teams to move safely.  Give your movers advance notice of such items can help avoid  surprises on move day.  Surprises = bad news on move day, so the more you plan and communicate with your movers, the better off everyone will be!

Happy Moving!

-The VMA Family

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VMA's #MovingTipMonday - 2/29/16

Zach Freeman

It's often the little things that can be done before a move that can have the biggest impact on time and cost.  One very easy thing to do that can save you a lot of time and money is room staging.  What is room staging?  We're happy to give you a few examples in this post, so check it out!

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VMA's #MovingTipMonday - 2/1/16

Zach Freeman

Boxes that are bulging on the sides, bottom, or top are extremely difficult to stack and can cause entire stacks of boxes to fall over.   So, what do you do when you only have a few more items but they won't quite all fit into the box your packing?  Check out the rest of this post for some suggestions!

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VMA's #MovingTipMonday - 1/25/16

Zach Freeman

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Welcome to Veterans Moving America's #MovingTipMonday!  We know that moving is a stressful time for everyone and that moving can be complicated.  That's why we've decided to try and help by providing our readers with moving tips every Monday!  Subscribe to our blog to get notified whenever we post a new tip!


Today's Tip:

When packing, fill all boxes to the top to prevent damage and crushing.


Did you know that the biggest cause of damage to packed items is items being crushed due to weak or unfilled boxes?  It's true! Boxes that aren't full are significantly more likely to collapse and crush whatever contents are inside of them.  So how do you prevent this from happening? 

The answer is to fill each box completely to the top.  Sounds simple right?  Well, sometimes that might be the case; but what do you do when you're packing boxes full of miscellaneous items and nothing else will fit in the gaps?  You can try using some of the following items to help fill the space:

  • Packing Paper
  • Bubble Wrap
  • Sheets/Pillows
  • Blankets
  • Loose Clothing

Filling boxes completely may require some creativity from time to time, but it can go a long way in reducing the chances of boxes collapsing and damaging items.

As always, if you ever have a question about how to pack certain items you can always give Veterans Moving America a call to help you out.  You can reach us at (817) 989-6362.

Happy Packing!


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VMA's #MovingTipMonday - 1/18/16

Zach Freeman

Veterans Moving America's #MovingTipMonday

Welcome to Veterans Moving America's #MovingTipMonday!  We know that moving is a stressful time for everyone and that moving can be complicated.  That's why we've decided to try and help by providing our readers with moving tips every Monday!  Subscribe to our blog to get notified whenever we post a new tip!


Today's Tip:

Use the right size box for the right items to avoid damage and minimize heavy lifting.


It may seem like common sense to some, but you would be surprised how many times we see large boxes labeled "Fragile!! Very Heavy!!!"  The challenge with boxes like these is that ,1) if it's full of fragile contents, it should go on top of other things to keep it from being crushed; and 2) if it's heavy it can't go on top because it will crush whatever is underneath it.  You can use this post as a reference whenever packing to make sure you know how to use the right size box for your possessions:

Small Boxes - 1.5 Cubit Feet or Less

Good For:

  • Crystal
  • Stemware
  • Porcelain Figurines
  • Other Fragile Items
  • Books
  • Tools
  • CD's
  • Record Albums
  • Glassware

Medium Boxes - 3 Cubit Feet

Good For:

  • Clothes
  • Food
  • Pantry Items
  • Kitchen Items
  • Small Appliances
  • Toys

Large Boxes - 4.5 Cubic Feet

Good For:

  • Stereo Speakers
  • Electronic Equipment
  • Stuffed Animals or Clothing
  • Lightweight/Bulky Items
  • Comforters
  • Large Jackets/Coats
  • Lampshades

Wardrobe Boxes

Good For:

  • Hats
  • Tall Floor Lamps (without shades)
  • Hanging Clothes
  • Shoes

TV/Mirror Boxes

Good For:

  • Paintings
  • Canvas Items
  • TVs
  • Mirrors

As always, if you ever have a question about how to pack certain items or what type/size box to use, you can always give Veterans Moving America a call to help you out.  You can reach us at (817) 989-6362.

Happy Packing!


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VMA's #MovingTipMonday - 1/4/16

Zach Freeman

Let's be honest. Packing is a drag to say the least.  It takes a long time, is monotonous, and trying to successfully use a tape gun is probably one of the most frustrating experiences most people will have in their lifetime.  But did you know that the most common reason for moves going over their estimates is due to lack of preparation?  

Keep reading to learn how to save money on your move and make your move less stressful!

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VMA Joins the #MoveToEndDV Movement With Over 30 Other Companies

Zach Freeman

Did you know that Veterans Moving America is one of 30 companies nationwide that provides their services free of charge to victims of domestic violence? If not, now you do! Check out this article to learn more about the #MoveToEndDV movement and what companies like VMA and Meathead Movers are doing to end domestic violence for good.

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