Birds flying over Baltimore see plenty of Allied Remodeling's handiwork—because they have replaced more than 20,000 roofs in the area. Using cutting edge roofing technology, their certified technicians safeguard homes against ice and rain, while preventing overheating with balanced ventilation. The team can also revamp homes with windows in a variety of styles from casement ones to sliders, and sturdy vinyl siding, which resists peeling in extreme weather. Their custom decks, meanwhile, provide a more pleasant venue for summertime sunbathing than the roof of a moving ice-cream truck.
American Equity Property Management, LLC, located in Baltimore, Maryland, offers an innovative service in managing your properties, including: multifamily dwellings, single family homes, and commercial buildings.
Scattered across nine states, Mini U Storage's secure facilities make frequent cameos on the reality TV show Storage Wars. At each location, rows of storage units in a vast range of sizes house personal goods, business items, and vehicles. Specialty climate-controlled units can help preserve sensitive heirlooms or souvenirs from historic snowball fights. The Mini U Storage staff further assists clients in the moving process by offering complimentary rental trucks, along with boxes, moving supplies, and locks for purchase.
Twins Movers flexes its collective muscles and smooths out the moving process, safely relocating homes, apartments, and commercial stores to new local or international whereabouts. Operating under the same hard-working mentality, the company's professionals are available daily, regardless of the rain, snow, or heavy downpours of parade confetti that often plague the East Coast. A state-of-the-art storage facility provides a go-between for both household and commercial goods and is available to harbor keepsakes for brief or extended periods of time. Twins Movers can also equip customers with high-quality moving supplies, including sturdy boxes that won't break or collapse in fear when asked about their contents.
The movers from Twins Moving and Storage don't just load up trucks and take off—they stick with customers through every step of their move. First, they arrive at the home and take inventory of all moveables. Then, they'll take apart easily disassembled furniture and wrap the parts in padded blankets. Finally, they fill up the truck with those and all other items—adhering strictly to Department of Transportation standards—and begin the trek to the new abode. And that's just for a local move.
When clients are relocating long distance or internationally, Twins Moving and Storage takes even more care to transport items safely. For long distance moves, they'll bring a truck large enough to get all possessions in one load, and then convey it to a climate-controlled space near the new address until move-in day. Meanwhile, for a trans-ocean move, they'll ship belongings via ocean liner or airplane—even automobiles since they probably couldn't swim the whole way. What's more, the movers can also remove junk and store items even if a move isn't in the near future.
For more than 80 years, Western Express has ferried clients' belongings through the air, across bodies of water, and over roads and railroad tracks. They meticulously pack possessions before shipping them, and also take care of details such as insuring items or gaining clearance from international customs. Western Express also gives back to the community through its work with Move for Hunger, a program that stocks local food banks.