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Mesa’s Response to the Coronavirus pandemic | COVID-19

Mesa is Moving Through the Pandemic The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is not only a health crisis-affecting individuals and communities, but also a challenge to the economy as more American states issue stay-at-home guidance. Mesa and United Van Lines are considered essential services during this pandemic and are open for business as usual with an abundance…

_4 Factors to Consider When Choosing a Long-Term Storage

4 Factors to Consider When Choosing a Long-Term Storage Company

Long-term storage of household goods can be a tedious, time-consuming, and even costly process. Whether you are a parent of a college student that wants to ensure his or her possessions remain safe and secure or an empty nester who is downsizing and needs some extra storage space for several months, it’s important to select…

Protect Our Planet With a Sustainable Move

Protect Our Planet With a Sustainable Move

Many of us adopt green living practices because they add to our quality of life. Today, the eco-friendly lifestyle has gone mainstream. According to Forbes, 77% of Americans actually want to learn how to live more sustainably. That said, has your commercial business considered other organic ways to reduce your carbon footprint, especially during a…

4 Reasons You Should Live in Idaho, America's Top Relocation Destination

4 Important Reasons to Move to Idaho

According to the United Van Lines’ 43rd Annual Movers Study, Idaho is the most popular relocation destination in the United States. This isn’t a big surprise, as both Baby Boomers and millennials leave overcrowded cities and find refuge in the wide open spaces of the Midwest. If you’re considering a change, here are four key…

5 Charities That Pick Up Unwanted Items for Free

5 Charities That Pick Up Unwanted Items for Free

They say the hardest part of moving is letting go. According to a study, the average American owns at least 23 items they have little use for. And, that’s not all: an eye-popping 31% currently own a broken item they can’t bear to toss out. In all, Americans think about decluttering at least six times…