Moving Moments With Move For Hunger

Here at Ridgewood Moving Services (Ridgewood Moving), we support all kinds of nonprofit organizations that want to make a difference in the world. One of those nonprofit companies that we support is called Move For Hunger. When clients have nonperishable food items that they no longer need, we collect them and give them to Move For Hunger so it will go to starving families that need it!

Much like us, Move For Hunger also runs a fantastic blog to keep their fans up to date on the organization’s latest activities. If you haven’t checked it out before, I highly recommend that you give it a read by clicking here. There’s one recent post that Move For Hunger made in particular that’s really interesting called Moving Moments, which talks about how little things can make a big difference. Here’s a heartwarming anecdote from this post:

“One of our interns here at Move For Hunger works part-time at a restaurant near her hometown. At the end of each shift, she receives a free meal from the restaurant. On the ten-minute walk to her car, everyday our intern sees at least one or two homeless people sitting outside on a bench or the sidewalk. This past Sunday night, after a long day of work, our intern was walking back to her car with a delicious chicken sandwich and a side of fries, when one homeless man caught her eye: he looked hungry. She asked him if he had eaten that day. Quick to answer, the man said he hadn’t eaten in two days. On the spot, she gave him her hard-earned chicken sandwich and fries.

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Moving forward, she has decided to do her part to fight hunger in her community: each evening after her shift at the restaurant, during her walk back to her car, she will give her meal to someone in need.

You are an inspiration to us all! #GOODMOVE

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What a fantastic story! If you are Ridgewood Moving Services client, then you can make a kind gesture like this by donating your food as well. Ask anyone about Move For Hunger at our office and we will be glad to assist you. If you would like to see the full, original post then please click here. You can also learn more about Move For Hunger by visiting its homepage here.

Are you a raving fan of Ridgewood Moving Services? Then leave us a testimonial or a review! You can do so on our testimonials page, Yelp, Google +, or Angie’s List. Every review helps us out, so please consider choosing one of the links above. Thanks for reading everyone!

June Testimonials – Yelp Edition

Every month, we at Ridgewood Moving Services (Ridgewood Moving) compile a list of the testimonials sent in by our raving fans. We wanted to do something similar this month, but much like our Twitter Testimonial post, we’re going with a new theme this time: Yelp Testimonials!

We receive a ton of testimonials on Yelp. However, because Yelp’s website only promotes certain reviews over others, many of our reviews do not get seen. To remedy this, we would like to promote these reviews and give them the spotlight they deserve. Below, you can see examples of reviews that are not on the front page of our Yelp site, but ones that certainly deserve to be there!

If you would like to help get more raving fans on our Yelp page, you can write a review for us by clicking here. Without further ado, here are this month’s testimonials:

Ashley C.

My husband and I were truly impressed by this company. We moved locally at the beginning of the month. Our closing date was actually sooner then we originally planed so we called the company with short notice and were able to get someone out for an estimate and secured our moving date with no problem at all. In fact, I had called a few other companies and they did not do an estimate in person which I am sure can contribute to unexpected costs down the line. From my first phone call, to the gentleman that did the estimate, to the actually moving crew – we were met with nothing but professional and courteous staff. I was pleasantly surprised that our final cost was actually LESS then the original estimate. They estimated the move taking a lot longer then it did. The crew was diligent, respectful, and fast paced. I would recommend this company to anyone!

Lily M.

I have decided to use Ridgewood Moving to move from heavily packed town house to a condo unit a week ago. I must say that it was great. They did a fantastic job and I would recommend them to all my friends and family any day :-)

Barbara P.

Highly recommend this company. From start to finish, our move from a 4-bedfroom home with 27 years worth of “stuff” into a 2 bedroom townhouse was practically stress-free thanks to Ridgewood Moving. They were able to accommodate us — at almost the last minute — 2 days before Thanksgiving!! Their quote was very fair, and the moving crew was wonderful. They took special care with all our belongings, and got us settled in our new home quickly and without any problems. Definitely a five-star operation!

Photo Credit: Carl Cox

Photo Credit: Carl Cox

Maureen S.

Ridgewood Moving moved our corporate offices after 24 years and the experience was exceptional from our first meeting to our moving day and beyond. The staff is professional, understanding and beyond patient. They helped us each and every step of the way. Cindy Myer is a true professional who sets the bar high for her company and has an incredible staff working with her. Moving is always stressful and yet with Ridgewood Moving’s help, we are in our new office happier than ever. Thanks again. H & E Telephone Federal Credit Union

Dale T.

I can’t say enough good things about my experience with Ridgewood Moving. From the initial estimate to the final move, everyone was spectacularly helpful. The estimate was done quickly and accommodated my work schedule.

Ridgewood moved my family and my parent’s family during a 3-day span and both moves were done very professionally. The crew leader, Chris, and his team were extremely friendly and efficient. Got to know another member of his team, Jimmy, simply such a wonderful personality and enjoyed talking to him.

Both times the move actually came below estimates – which was a wonderful surprise.

I’ve moved several times in the past and have used other moving companies. While I haven’t had any complaints with those companies, Ridgewood Moving is simply one of the best and I highly recommend them.

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If you want to be featured on a future blog post, then leave us a testimonial or a review. You can do so on our testimonials page, Yelp, Google +, or Angie’s List. Let your voice be heard! If you write us a testimonial, you have a good chance of being featured on next month’s post. Thanks for reading everyone!

Interview: Dee Adamson

Two weeks ago, we welcomed our newest employee, Dee Adamson, on Ridgewood Moving’s social media. Thank you to everyone that wished her a warm welcome! When we last welcomed a new employee, it was when Christina Lowe first joined us in September last year. To give everyone a better idea of what kind of person Christina is, we interviewed her about her interests and work experience. Because that went over very well, we also interviewed Dee recently to introduce you to the newest member of our team. We hope you enjoy it!

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Meeting Dee

What are some of your general interests?

“I love old architecture. That’s one of my general interests. I read quite often. Not necessarily the normal juicy novels that everybody is into. I like to read about other countries, just the ways of life of different people. I do not watch television as a rule, unless it’s a really good cooking show or something involving architecture, homes, things like that.

What draws you into architecture?

I’m not really sure. I’m very interested in all things old. New architecture doesn’t really excite me as much as anything ancient. We go on vacation and my family goes in one direction and I go in the other to look at old churches, old cemeteries. Some people get totally creeped out by that, but I just think that it’s amazing.

I’m very interested in people too and cultures, so that really helps me a lot with what I do on the customer service end.

Dee

Working in the Moving Industry

Explain a little bit about yourself and your background.

I was a stay at home mom for many years. I went out into the business world. I started out with a mostly commercial moving as a receptionist and worked my way up after 15 years. I coordinated moves for big companies all over the country and sometimes the world international moves, etc.

I started out doing a lot of the household and the van line work but graduated more toward the commercial end of the industry. Basically, heavy customer service work. I dealt with a lot of CEOs of major corporations. I started out as a receptionist, answering some phones, and evolved over the years to everything. I went through the ranks. I always say that the only thing I didn’t do there was payroll and dispatching. Everything else I’ve had my hand in, gotten involved with, worked with bidding, but all very heavy customer service background.

Were interested in this job because it is people oriented?

If it weren’t for the one on one contact, this wouldn’t be something that I would be interested in at all. At Ridgewood Moving Services, we’re all in the same industry, we all have the same goal. We want to get everybody from point A to point B happy and damage free.

Do you have a good impression of the employees that work here?

Absolutely. That’s one of the reasons why I took this job. And that’s the truth. I had such a good, warm feeling from the first day. When I met Cindy, I was so impressed by her story and it totally inspired me. Everybody thinks that women can’t do much of anything, so seeing the way she’s evolved and developed this company is just impressive but it’s also inspiring.

Cindy’s story attracted you to RMS?

Absolutely. I was looking for something completely different in the same industry than where I was. I wanted to find something with more of a personal touch.

When I started to think about changing careers and switching companies to work for, I’d remembered Cindy and her story, spoke to a few people, and got in touch with her. She said, “Come in and talk to me.” When I first came here, I realized that this is exactly what I wanted. We’re busy and we get the job done, but I love the closeness and the human side to the job. That’s what I was drawn to.

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Are you a raving fan of Ridgewood Moving Services? Then leave us a testimonial or a review! You can do so on our testimonials page, Yelp, Google +, or Angie’s List. Every review helps us out, so please consider choosing one of the links above. Thanks for reading everyone!

Blog Post #100: Top 10 Ridgewood Moving Blogs

You know what’s incredible? This is the 100th blog post that I have written for Ridgewood Moving Services (Ridgewood Moving)! I started out as an intern here a year ago and fell in love with the company because of the amazing welcoming employees and their dedication to helping out their clients. I also really like that we’re supporters of numerous nonprofit organizations, such as Move For Hunger and the Center for Hope and Safety, making us more than just a normal moving company.

I’ve always enjoyed blogging for Ridgewood Moving, but I never imagined I’d write 100 different posts! I’m really impressed that I’ve done this much work for the company and it’s all thanks to the raving fans that support us every day. Your love for the company is truly inspiring and we appreciate all the testimonials that you send in.

If you are new to the site, I’ve compiled a list of ten of my favorite blogs to introduce you to our content. This is a great way to see what we’ve accomplished and what we stand for as a company. Check it out:

  1. First Week At Ridgewood Moving Services!

Not only does my first post perfectly show my enthusiasm for getting a job at Ridgewood Moving Services, it also captures what makes the company so special. When I started working here and was greeted by the lovely team, I knew this was more than just a regular moving company. I think this is important because I was able to grasp why our raving fans like Ridgewood Moving Services while on the job.

  1. RMS Best Practices

This post shows one example of how we train our employees. We had two different groups of movers compete to see who can come up with the best and worst practices that an employee could perform on the job. This was a great learning experience for new movers that are just starting with us for the first time! Find out what each team came up with by checking out the post.

  1. Video: Packing Demonstration

I can talk all day about how good our professional employees are at their jobs, but unless you’ve already used our services, you would have to take my word for it. However, you can now see it for yourself through an in-depth video that explains our packing process. You may even learn a thing or two by watching!

  1. Retrospective: Notable Ridgewood Moving Services’ Awards

We’ve been recognized through a ton of awards because of the superior moving service we provide in comparison to other companies. As a result, we’re considered to be one of the best moving companies in New Jersey! Check out this post to see the biggest awards we’ve earned.

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  1. December Testimonials (Retrospective)

The biggest reason why we’ve been able to stay in business for about 50 years is because we’ve received so much support from our raving fans! You can see this support for yourself on our blogs, where we dedicate a post every month to the testimonials we receive from clients! This particular post chronicles some of the best testimonials we received last year.

  1. March Testimonials – Twitter Edition

While this is just another example of a testimonial post we’ve done, this is definitely a special one! As you may have guessed, this post is different because all of the testimonials come from Twitter. This goes to show that our fans can be found on any kind of outlet on the Internet!

  1. Interview: Christina Lowe

Ever wanted to learn more about the people that work at Ridgewood Moving Services? Here’s an interview I did with Christina Lowe, a moving consultant, when she first started working for the company! If you’re calling to coordinate a move, there’s a good chance that you’ll be speaking with her.

  1. Why You Should Donate Food to Move For Hunger

Did you know that we work with nonprofit organizations like Move For Hunger? If you go on a move with us and have nonperishable food that you no longer need, you can choose to donate it to us so your food can go to hungry families. This blog post will give you some great reasons for why you should participate in this program!

  1. Interview: Trish McAleer from the Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge

Aside from Move For Hunger, we also support other kinds of nonprofit companies that are within our community. That’s why I spoke with the Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge about their work as an Animal Refuge and Adoption Center. They are looking for items like blankets for their animals, so please show them your support!

  1. 2014 Photo Slideshow Retrospective

For our Christmas party, I compiled a slideshow that shows our achievements in 2014. You can see it yourself in this blog post, making this a great retrospective post for anyone interested in learning about our past.

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Are you a raving fan of Ridgewood Moving Services? Then leave us a testimonial or a review! You can do so on our testimonials page, Yelp, Google +, or Angie’s List. Every review helps us out, so please consider choosing one of the links above. Thanks for reading everyone!

Warning: Don’t Hire Any Mover Without Reading This Consumer Information Message

Consumer Information Notice

How to Hire the Right Mover and Get Your Money’s Worth

You have a difficult decision to make, one that may impact your life for many years to come.

In the coming days or weeks, you’ll select a mover to pack, load and transport your most valued possessions to your new home. I think you may be surprised to learn how different moving companies can be from one another.

Moving companies don’t all have the best reputation. There are plenty of horror stories—

  • Movers who never showed up on moving day – and were never heard from again after being paid a large deposit;
  • Furniture that was badly damaged, with no reimbursement to the customer;
  • Valuable items that were “lost” in transit; and are somehow missing from the inventory list;
  • Belongings “held hostage” by dishonest movers demanding thousands of dollars in cash before unloading the customer’s possessions;
  • Or the nightmare odyssey that took twice as long and cost three times as much as promised.

That’s why I wrote this consumer information notice. There’s no reason for you to endure the agony that so many others have lived through. Your moving experience CAN be painless and trouble free. I want you to know what to look for — and what to look out for — when deciding upon a moving company.

Moving companies fall into two main categories:

  1. Reputable, licensed companies that follow a strict code of ethics, handle your belongings with care, treat you with respect and consideration, and stand behind their work.
  2. Fly-by-night operators; the guys who may seem friendly but cut corners by hiring untrained workers, not packing your belongings the right way, or not being properly licensed or insured.

So how do you tell them apart? And why should you care?

As I said, the decision you make about your mover could impact your life for a long time to come.

Here are some questions to ask every moving company you’re considering.

Is your company licensed and registered?    

There are many movers here in New Jersey that operate illegally without a license. A lot of them are found advertising on Craigslist, Yelp, and other Internet sites.

Let me explain why it’s so important that you use only a licensed mover.

  • In order to be licensed, a mover must comply with the regulations that protect you, the consumer, against unnecessary risks. If you use an unlicensed mover and there’s a problem, the State won’t be able to help you resolve it.
  • Licensed movers are required to carry insurance that protects you. How can this affect you? Let’s say a worker is carrying a heavy piece of furniture down the stairs and slips. Without Worker’s Compensation insurance, you could very well be on the hook for the worker’s medical care. Or, without property damage insurance, you won’t be reimbursed for damage to any of your personal belongings. Also, some homeowners policies won’t cover damages if you use an unlicensed mover.
  • Licensed movers are required to provide you with certain information, like a written estimate and a U.S. Department of Transportation booklet called Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move. Reputable movers want you to be informed. Unscrupulous movers would rather you be uninformed.

Unlicensed movers don’t comply with these regulations and this puts you, your family, and your belongings at risk. And don’t believe the lie that they’re waiting for their licensing to be approved.

When all is said and done, do you really want to let a company that’s operating illegally put your belongings on their truck?

Do you have trained employees who have been screened?

Disreputable companies use day laborers without proper training and with who-knows-what kind of background. A 2015 sting operation in New Jersey identified 19 unlicensed movers. Many of the workers were illegal immigrants and some of them had outstanding warrants, including child molestation charges. Don’t risk your family’s safety by hiring a mover that doesn’t perform background checks on their employees.

Are you a member of your industry association and Better Business Bureau?

Membership in the industry trade association demonstrates that a company is licensed and is committed to continuous improvement to better serve their customers. You can see a list of association members at the New Jersey Warehousemen and Movers Association website at www.njmovers.com.

Membership in the Better Business Bureau shows a company’s commitment to ethical business practices. The BBB exists so that consumers have an unbiased source to guide them on matters of trust.

Do you have 10 or more references I can call?

Any reputable moving company will have plenty of references that you can call. If a moving company only gives you three or four, be careful. It’s not uncommon for businesses to use their friends and relatives as references. And don’t believe reviews that you read on the internet—it’s too easy to pay a few dollars to have strangers post great reviews about your company.

Do you require a large deposit?

Be very careful. Reputable movers will not ask you for a large upfront deposit. Do not, under any circumstances, give a company a large deposit. There’s a good chance you’ll never see them—or your money—again.

A word about cost

The old adage is really true, “You get what you pay for.” This is especially true with moving companies.

Unlicensed and lower caliber movers might offer to move you for a little less money than a reputable mover like us, but where are they cutting corners? To give you a cheaper price they might hire untrained workers, not carry insurance, and handle your belongings with a minimum of care.

Plus, they might demand more money after your possessions are on their truck, and you’ll end up paying as much—or more—than if you had used an honest mover.

No amount of savings is worth this misery. You’ve worked too hard and invested too much money in your valuable possessions. Why throw it away for the few pennies you save on poor service provided by a dishonest mover?

I’ve written a more in-depth booklet called “What Everybody Who’s Planning a Move Ought to Know When Hiring a Moving Company.” This booklet gives you even more details about what to look for in a mover. Plus, it gives some tips about saving money on your move and from our employees about how to pack your boxes to avoid damage.

I’d like you to have this booklet, which you can request by calling us at 1-201-529-2211, or by requesting it on our website, www.ridgewoodmoving.com.

If you want great service by a well-qualified, reputable moving company that can deliver the worry-free move you desire – professionally and on time – then I invite you to call us.

We’ll be happy to answer your questions – provide you information over the telephone – or come into your home to discuss the details about your move – without obligation of any kind. To reach me, call 1-201-529-2211.

Thank you,

Cindy Myer, Ridgewood Moving Services

RMS Best Practices

At Ridgewood Moving Services (Ridgewood Moving), we pride ourselves on the high quality service that we provide to our customers. Because of this, we’ve been able to cultivate a big following of raving fans that have kept us in business for almost 50 years! Our professional moving service isn’t something that we were randomly able to provide to our clients, as it takes years of training to maximize the potential of all our staff. Under the direction of CEO Cindy Myer, our movers are able to learn exactly what is required of them on the job in order to give our clients a seamless moving experience.

One of the many ways that we teach our employees about Ridgewood Moving Services’ core values is through team meetings at the office. This is something we are able to do during downtime, such as the winter season, because there are less moving jobs compared to the summer season. Below, you can see an example of a brainstorming session in which our movers were split into two different teams: blue team and green team. Both teams competed against each other to brainstorm about practices that should and shouldn’t be followed on the job. The picture shows exactly what each team came up with and both are pretty impressive!

RMS Best Practices

This exercise is important for a number of reasons. First of all, it re-emphasizes good values because when a person brings up something that they should be doing, everyone else can follow suit. Similarly, when a mover brings up something they shouldn’t be doing, it also enforces the fact that they should avoid that kind of behavior. Then, when our movers finally go on the job for a client, they can remember what they’ve learned from the exercise and apply it in a real life scenario! This is a perfect example of how we’re able to train our movers and make them as professional as possible.

Are you a raving fan of Ridgewood Moving Services? Then leave us a testimonial or a review! You can do so on our testimonials page, Yelp, Google +, or Angie’s List. Every review helps us out, so please consider choosing one of the links above. Thanks for reading everyone!

Speak With Reputable Business Leaders at the Women For Women Networking Event

At Ridgewood Moving Services, we support all women that are trying to make a living in the business world. Despite the fact that our CEO, Cindy Myer, has been running our company in a male-dominated industry, she has been able to make Ridgewood Moving Services better than it has ever been since it launched in 1966! Cindy is proof that women can become strong leaders and we’re proud of everything she’s done to make us the best moving company in New Jersey.

If you’re a woman and have the ambition to become a leader like Cindy, then you should consider joining the Women For Women Networking Event! At the event, you’ll be able to speak with many professional women that have been successful in their own business endeavors, giving you a chance to make new contacts. Not only that, but there will be a panel featuring five prominent women in their respective fields!

Women for Women

Here are the women that will be speaking at the panel:

Anna Zornosa – Founder & CEO of Ruby Ribbon

Sarah Walton – Better Way Moms

Amber Sabathia – Founder & CEO of CCandy

Meredith Bennett – Television Producer at The Colbert Report

Denise Spell – Chief Technology Innovator & CEO at Currant, Inc.

Interested in attending? The event will be held on Wednesday, May 13th from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM at the Teaneck Marriott. If you are not familiar with the Teaneck Marriott, it is located on 100 Frank W Burr Blvd in Teaneck, NJ. If you buy tickets in advance by clicking this link, you will only have to pay $15. But if you buy tickets at the door, you will have to pay $20. All proceeds go to the Center for Hope and Safety, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to ending domestic violence around the world.

Are you a raving fan of Ridgewood Moving Services? Then leave us a testimonial or a review! You can do so on our testimonials page, Yelp, Google +, or Angie’s List. Every review helps us out, so please consider choosing one of the links above. Thanks for reading everyone!

May Testimonials

Welcome to this month’s installment of testimonials! When we receive an excess of positive testimonials in a month, we highlight some of our biggest raving fans. We rely on our fans to spread the word about Ridgewood Moving Services (Ridgewood Movers), so thank you to everyone that contributed for this month’s post!

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This month’s testimonials all come from our testimonials page. On that page, anyone is free to post a comment about his or her experiences with Ridgewood Moving Services. We have review sites on Yelp, Google +, and Angie’s List as well, which help spreads awareness about the company even further. Check out some of our glowing reviews:

Name: Ashley Czesak
Move date: 4/4/15
Origin: Mahwah, NJ 07430
Destination: Park Ridge, NJ 07656

“My husband and I were truly impressed by this company. We moved locally at the beginning of the month. Our closing date was actually sooner then we originally planed so we called the company with short notice and were able to get someone out for an estimate and secured our moving date with no problem at all. In fact, I had called a few other companies and they did not do an estimate in person which I am sure can contribute to unexpected costs down the line. From my first phone call, to the gentleman that did the estimate, to the actually moving crew – we were met with nothing but professional and courteous staff. I was pleasantly surprised that our final cost was actually LESS then the original estimate. They estimated the move taking a lot longer then it did. The crew was diligent, respectful, and fast paced. I would recommend this company to anyone!”

Name: Jim Demmisom
Move date: 10/17/2014 and 3/9/2015
Origin: West Milford, NJ 07480
Destination: West Milford, NJ 07480

“Very professional and hard working! Great company to work with from start to finish.”

Name: Chavagnet
Move date: 1/9/15
Origin: Harrington Park, NJ 07640
Destination: New Milford, NJ 07646

“Thank You! We passed on your number to a friend!”

Name: Bill Brown
Move date: 3/4/15
Origin: Teaneck, NJ 07666
Destination: Monroe Township, NJ 08831

“The whole process was “worry free”. Staff did a great job for me from beginning to end.”

Thanks for reading everyone! If you want to be featured on a future blog post, then leave us a testimonial or a review. You can do so on our testimonials page, Yelp, Google +, or Angie’s List. Let your voice be heard! If you write us a testimonial, you have a good chance of being featured on next month’s post.

Center for Hope and Safety Photos

Thank you to everyone that attended the Center for Hope and Safety’s Annual Gala! It was a fantastic event that helped raise money to fight domestic violence in the country. If you missed out, the event has been covered by a number of publications like the Bergen.com, Cliff View Pilot, and The Paramus Post.

However, if you have attended the event, then I have some good news for you! Carl Cox, a professional photographer, has taken a series of fantastic photos at the event. If you’ve been reading our blog, you make recognize the name, as he’s taken professional photos for us in the past. Speaking from our own experience, we highly recommend Cox’s work! You can find out more about his photography by visiting his website.

Photo Credit: Bergen.com

Photo Credit: Bergen.com

Interested in seeing the photos of the event? You can click here to view them and if you like them a lot, you can purchase them as well! If you decide to buy one, know that 25% of all purchases will be donated to the Center for Hope and Safety. That means that you’ll still be supporting a great nonprofit organization even after the event has ended!

Are you a raving fan of Ridgewood Moving Services? Then leave us a testimonial or a review! You can do so on our testimonials page, Yelp, Google +, or Angie’s List. Every review helps us out, so please consider choosing one of the links above. Thanks for reading everyone!

Video: Packing Demonstration

Recently, we wrote a post talking about the Clutter Clashers, a local organization that teaches individuals and companies about proper organization and design. One of the highlights of our meeting together was the presentation that our movers gave to the Clutter Clashers. Because both organizations have knowledge that is beneficial to the other, we spent time talking about how our businesses function.

For example, our professional movers know a lot about packing. So, in order to help the Clutter Clashers provide a better organization service, we showed them some handy techniques. Now, you can see some of these very tips for yourself in the video below!

If you need to move and plan on packing yourself, then you should definitely consider watching this video! This will teach you to make the most of the space in a moving box, making your move as efficient as possible. But if that’s something that you don’t want to handle, don’t forget that we offer a packing service that will make your life easier. That’s because our Ridgewood Movers are experts at what they do!

Are you a raving fan of Ridgewood Moving Services? Then leave us a testimonial or a review! You can do so on our testimonials page, Yelp, Google +, or Angie’s List. Every review helps us out, so please consider choosing one of the links above. Thanks for reading everyone!