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Iowa Moving: Prevent Broken or Ruined Furniture in Your Move

Moving furniture in Iowa can be a frustrating, complex process. Beyond finding a company that will execute the task at a reasonable cost, one has to worry about the furniture breaking or being damaged en route. 229 more words

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Helping You Disassemble and Move Your Furniture in Washington DC

In this modern economy, people move often to pursue new jobs and opportunities. Naturally, moving furniture is one of the most difficult steps in the moving process. 262 more words

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The namesake of Swedish businessman Ingvar Kamprad, Elmtaryd was the farm that he grew up in, and Agunnaryd, his hometown in Småland, South Sweden. Hence the initials: I-, K-, E-, A. 208 more words

Who Can Help Make My Move Easier in Connecticut?

While it’s a good bit smaller than New York, Connecticut is actually the fourth most densely populated state in the country.  Like much of the central New England region, the residents here usually call smaller apartments or houses home, and as a result moving in new furniture can be difficult.  370 more words

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New York Moving: The City That Never Sleeps

More than eight million people call New York City home, making it the largest city in the country.  It’s also among the most diverse city and is a melting pot of cultures and people.  424 more words

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Couch Slouch Repair and Restoration

Is your favorite couch old and worn down? Do you have a favorite-spot-on-the-couch-slouch? Did it get damaged during a move? No matter what you need, DrSofa.com can provide a variety of furniture repair and restoration services to suit your needs in the areas surrounding NYC. 389 more words

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Can I Safely Take Apart My Wall Unit?

Many people use wall units to contain books, pictures and other small items. As attractive as these pieces are, they usually consist of several smaller components making them difficult to assemble. 230 more words

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