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  • Ensuring Accuracy With Your Moving Estimate

    Before hiring a professional to handle your move, it’s important to carefully read the estimate they provide. Too often, people hire movers based solely on the bottom line without considering the charges that are included (or not included) in the price. Since the estimate determines the price you’ll pay, it’s wise to check and see... READ MORE

  • Understanding Liability With Long-Distance Moves

    Planning for a move? Will it be local or long-distance? Within or outside of the state? You may not realize that these factors can determine who handles your contract, and by extension, who assumes liability for your shipment. Most local moving companies are affiliated with major van lines—for example, Santa Rosa Moving & Storage is... READ MORE

  • Salvation Army Partnership

    Decluttering is just one of the many tasks you need to tackle before moving day. What to do with those unwanted belongings? Allied has partnered with The Salvation Army to help provide hope throughout your community and make donating easier than ever before. Whose life will you change when you donate goods? It’s as simple... READ MORE

  • 5 Tips For Moving With Pets

    As you make arrangements for your move, don’t overlook your pets. Before, during and after moving day, your pets will need extra care and attention. The noise and disruption of moving day can be stressful for some animals. It’s not unusual for pets, especially cats, to go missing during the chaos of a move. Below,... READ MORE

  • What Movers Can’t (And Shouldn’t) Move For You

    At Santa Rosa Moving & Storage, we love helping our members with every detail for their moves. Making sure your possessions reach your new home safely is our number one goal. However, there are some items that we can’t transport in our moving trucks and other items that we strongly advise clients keep with them... READ MORE