Schick Moving & Storage Blog

PUMPKIN SURPRISE!

There is a favorite Thanksgiving dessert in the Schick family—one that’s been perfected over the years by our President and secretly gourmet chef, Gordon Schick. It’s called Pumpkin Surprise, and we think it beats regular pumpkin pie by a landslide! The original recipe came from a friend, and we a...

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BACK TO SCHOOL MOVING

It’s time to get back in the swing of running kids to school, homework, and after-school activities. If in the midst of all that, you’re also planning a move , your hands are probably feeling pretty full. Not to worry, we’ve got some tips to make it a stress-free move. 1.  MAINTAIN PERSPECTIV...

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5 QUESTIONS TO ASK FUTURE NEIGHBORS

Some of the most rewarding aspects of moving can include finding a new home. When you’re house hunting, it’s important to know as much as you can about the surrounding area. After all, you’re not just choosing a new home; you’re also becoming part of a new community. Your future neighbors have the...

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10 TIPS FOR MOVING WITH PETS

Our pets are part of the family and it’s important to make sure they’re comfortable throughout the entire moving process. The great news is creating a smooth transition for both you and your companion is relatively simple. Don' t let moving with pets add any unnecessary stress, just follow these 10...

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WE'RE THANKFUL FOR...

Every year we pause and give thanks for the many blessings we’ve been given. We are lucky to live and do business in one of the most beautiful places on earth, to work with amazing people, and to be involved as your Orange County Movers in an incredible community. Our list of gratitude is truly endl...

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WHAT NOT TO PACK

Planning a move means packing up just about everything in the house. But there are some things that should NOT go on a moving van. As a precautionary measure, make sure you don’t pack any of the following items to load on your moving truck: 1. VALUABLES — Bring your valuable and irreplaceable items...

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