Author: Ryan Gudmundson

Coronavirus Preparedness at Dircks

As we continue to receive daily and hourly updates regarding COVID-19, otherwise referred to as the coronavirus, the health and safety of our clients, customers, employees and contractors remains our first and highest priority. It’s both our obligation and responsibility to communicate with you about what we continue to do to mitigate the spread of […]

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10 Questions to Help You Declutter

Moving an overstuffed junk drawer or closets full of stuff you didn’t even know you owned doesn’t make much sense. To keep moving day as inexpensive and stress-free as possible, de-clutter your life before you start packing. These ten questions will help you decide if you really need an item, or if you should toss it […]

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8 Ways Kids Can Help During A Move

Relocating can be both an exciting and stressful time for the entire family, including your kids. Getting your kids involved, though, might actually help you and them have a smoother moving experience. Giving your kids some of their own moving responsibilities keeps them busy and entertained, and makes them feel more involved when asked to […]

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What Food Items Can I Move?

Many individuals and families leave their fridges as the last item to pack. At the end of your move, you may realize you have more food leftover than you planned on bringing. Here’s what we recommend you take and what you can do with the rest. Food You Can Pack Let’s start with the basics.  […]

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Moving in the Heat

In addition to being hot, summer is the busiest time of year for moves, and many people forget to take the increased temperature into consideration. Whether you’re moving across town or from out-of-state, here are a few things to keep in mind to ensure that your valuables do not fall prey to the Arizona summer. […]

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How to Avoid Moving Scams

You’ve heard the stories—movers losing clients’ precious items, holding their valuables ransom, etc. Scammers know how stressful moving is and take advantage of individuals looking for help. Here’s how to avoid the frauds. Low Estimates Beware of low-ball price quotes. The saying, “If it sounds to good to be true, it probably is,”  applies to […]

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3 Ways to Reuse Your Moving Boxes

Once you’ve unpacked your belongings, you’ve probably found yourself surrounded by boxes upon boxes. Many people decide to throw these boxes away, but cardboard boxes can always be repurposed and in a variety of ways. Here are three ways to to reuse moving boxes after your move. Furniture Sliders Your move may not be over […]

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International Office Relocation

Opening or moving your existing office to another country is an exciting privilege not many companies get to experience. Once you’ve discovered which employees will be making the move, you can begin the process of making this move as efficient as possible for your business. Visas and/or Work Permits Require that your employees apply for […]

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Moving a Medical Facility

Moving a medical facility should always be left in expert hands. Unlike other moves, medical facility moves can greatly impact others’ lives. If an MRI machine is improperly handled during a move, for instance, it could affect a patient’s life in the future. While employers should never attempt to take on the move themselves, they […]

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