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Moving Internationally

Moving internationally is a completely different experience than moving domestically. The process of relocating is much more complex; cultural change, immigration, international employment, and practical matters like healthcare and banking are all significant factors.

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Moving Out of a Rental Unit

Are you planning to move out of a rental unit in the near future? Paying attention to the laws surrounding rental agreements is a wise idea.  Knowing the facts could help you avoid confrontations with your current landlord, or even legal repercussions. Be sure to bear the following in mind when you are moving out of your rental unit:

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Moving from Canada to the USA

Every year, many Canadians decide to move to the United States. Some move for employment, some to be with their partner, and others to escape the Canadian weather. Whatever the reason, the moving process can be overwhelming, if undertaken by yourself. However, doing some preparation and securing professional help can turn your potentially stressful move into a walk in the park. Here’s our moving from Canada to the USA checklist, to get you started:

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7 Must-Have Packing Supplies to Make Moving Easier

Most people view moving as an arduous process, and it can be. Maybe you’ve got too much to organize? Not enough time? So many things to pack? The list goes on and on and packing is likely to be the one phase of the entire moving process that will take the most time and effort. That said, being properly equipped can significantly alleviate some of the challenges involved. If you’re ready to start packing up, line up these 7 must-have packing supplies to make moving easier:

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Moving Tips for a Stress-Free Move

Moving to a new home can be very exciting. You realize the potential of the new place, envision your future life there, and dream about making it the home that you’ve always wanted for your family. But it can also be extremely stressful – a daunting task that tests your patience and can have you at your wit’s end. Fortunately, there are ways to alleviate much of the stress associated with relocating. Here are 5 moving tips for a stress-free move:

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Storage of Household Goods

Tippet-Richardson has storage facilities at each of its locations.  Our warehouses are equipped with modern security systems, and are therefore guarded against fire and theft.

What we offer

We have access to 750,000 square feet of storage space across Canada. Whether your needs are short or long term, we can provide secure warehousing and related services.

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FIDI-FAIM Accreditation

Our Vancouver office achieved FIDI-FAIM accreditation in November 2013, following a comprehensive on-site audit.  What does this mean to you, our customer?

FIDI-FAIM certification

The FIDI-FAIM certification programme requires that international movers have a periodic independent assessment of their inter-continental moving activities. This is done through an independent audit, which is performed every three years.

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