With coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions starting to ease, some people are finally making the move they previously postponed because of concerns about health and safety. Others may have digitally signed a new apartment lease or closed on a home after
Yes, we’re open for business for customers moving during the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). Like you, we’re wearing masks, washing our hands countless times a day and doing everything we can to move you safely to your new destination. Here’s
“I have brand-new carpeting, doors and wood floors. How are you going to protect those during the move?”
Protecting carpets, floors and doors is one of the most important things we do at Maison Moving. Your entire move can go perfectly smoothly, but if your movers accidentally bang into your door jamb or scratch your newly refinished
“How can I donate the food in my cupboard I can’t take to my new house?” Move for Hunger, that’s how.
We’ve joined Move for Hunger, a non-profit organization that works with moving companies like Maison Moving to collect non-perishable food items and deliver them to food banks. We’ve learned an important lesson in moving people since 1984: Most people