How to Disassemble Your Furniture Before You Move

For many Americans, the relocation process is a huge challenge, since they must figure out how to move their largest furniture to their brand new home. Some pieces are gigantic and cannot fit easily through the doorways, hallways, or entrances. To solve this issue, professional movers dismantle furniture to deliver these items to new residences.…

Your Guide to Moving and Storing Recreational Vehicles

There’s a lot to think about when considering a cross-country move. If you’re the kind of person who likes to enjoy the great outdoors on a motorcycle, dirt bike, 4-wheeler, or electric scooter, transporting all your recreational vehicles is important to consider when planning your move. Below is a quick guide to transporting or storing…

How to Decide If Furniture Is Too Large for Your In-Between Apartment

Every year, thousands of Americans must move after receiving generous job offers in a brand-new town. Unfortunately, not every person will be able to move into the home of their dreams immediately. If they move to a competitive housing market, they may have to rent an apartment before they transition into a permanent home. Furniture…

Transfer Your Photo Collections to Your New Home Before You Move

Family photographs and artwork add personal touches that transform houses into homes. Each unique snapshot captures a single, unrepeatable moment in time about a family’s history and their shared roots. Mesa Moving and Storage understands how precious these family memories are to you and your family. If you’re relocating to a new home, we know…

How to Pack Up Your Fine China Before Moving

During a move, you want to make sure that all of your possessions stay safe and secure. This is especially true when it comes to fragile items, like fine china, glassware, and other valuables. How can you pack up your fine china safely before your residential move? Use the Right Supplies If you invest in…

Storing in Your Basement Vs. Storing Off-Site

When making a move, it’s important to plan where you’ll store all your valuables — especially if your new home has limited space, or you don’t know exactly where you want your items to go. In addition, you want to make sure that your valuables will be safe and secure, wherever you decide to store…

How to Organize Your New Home’s Closets

Even for the most collected person, switching from the closet of your old home as you move into a new home will push their euphoria to its peak. Who does not relish the prospect of moving into the home they have always wanted? Just the thought of finally having the perfect closet induces cheeriness.  What’s…

The Best States to Live In 2020

Ready for a change but you are not sure where to go? After all that has happened in 2020, moving to a place that works for you and your family might be the ticket. There are some amazing places all over the United States, and we should know, as we have helped move people there.…

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Employees of the Quarter, Q2 2020

Top Mesa Employees Announced Mesa Moving and Storage and Mesa Logistics Group is pleased to shine the light on the Quarterly Winners as nominated by their peers. Thanks to everyone who submitted ballots for Mesa Employee of the 2nd Quarter 2020! The ballots have been counted…and the winners are in!!! Mesa – Corporate: Amy Stewart “Amy will…

June 2020 – Van Operator of the Month

Mesa Moving and United Van Lines is pleased to announce the Van Operator of the Month – Rodney Desjarlais – Western Region for June 2020. The United Van Operator program recognizes the significant contributions van operators make to the success of the United Agency Families. This program allows top-performing van operators to be recognized in the areas of: operational…