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Dircks Drivers Named Mayflower Van Operator of the Year

Our Van Operators are the heart and soul of a move by being the people who load and drive for our customers throughout the entire United States. Each year, Mayflower chooses a Van Operator of the Year from both the Western and Eastern regions. The Western Region includes around 700 Van Operators that handle primarily …

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Dircks Brings Home the Hardware

Last month UniGroup, the parent company of the most well-known name in the moving industry, Mayflower Transit, held their 2018 Annual Convention in Marco Island, Florida, where Dircks Moving & Logistics was once again recognized as a multi-award-winning agent. Dircks was awarded the First Place Residential Admiral’s Club Award for being named as the number …

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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 …

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Largest Movers in Arizona Partner with Largest Movers in Hawaii

Dircks Moving & Logistics is the industry expert on moves to Hawaii. Dircks now has an aligned partnership with the largest and highest quality mover in Hawaii. Our service partner is the only mover with full-service facilities on Oahu, Maui, Kauai and both Hilo and Kona on the Big Island. Working with our service partners, …

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How to Spend the First 24 Hours in Your New Place

 Photo courtesy of Trulia The first 24 hours in a new place can be crucial – they can make a difference in how the first few months go and set the tone for the rest of the time you live there. So what should you do in the first 24 hours in a new place? Use …

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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 …

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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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