VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - September 08, 2016) - As a Vancouver-based moving company, Ferguson Moving & Storage recommends taking advantage of anything that can make the process easier. As the hub of all things DIY on the Internet, the company recently published a blog featuring some cool moving hacks using Pinterest. For more, go to: http://www.fergusonmoving.com/blog/pinterest-moving-hacks-ideas/
Creating a Pinterest account is the first step, the blog advises. This will enable users to "pin" useful ideas to a board for easy reference later on.
It's easy to search Pinterest for moving hacks. For example, entering a search term like "moving pallets" will offer multiple results on how this common material can be transformed into something amazing. With a few adjustments, it's possible to create salvaged stylish plant-holders, rustic end tables, or even bedroom furniture.
Clicking on interesting Pinterest pictures allows you to open the article for more details. Any interesting moving hacks should be pinned to a dedicated board for easy reference during the move.
A few interesting hacks already discovered on Pinterest include placing heavy items in suitcases for convenient portable storage, popping jewellery in ice trays or egg cartons to stop items from tangling, and organizing cords using toilet paper tubes.
Pinterest DIY moving hacks are a great way to make your moving experience easier on a small budget. You'll also cut down on materials and wastes, which means less cash that's ultimately bound for the garbage or recycling bin.
About the Company
Established in 1916, Ferguson Moving & Storage is one of the oldest and most reputable companies in Canada. Since its inception, the company has provided clients with the best in business moving and storage services. With no hidden charges and all-inclusive quotes, Ferguson Moving & Storage takes special pride in the integrity of their business. For additional information regarding the types of services offered, please visit http://www.fergusonmoving.com or call at 604-922-2212.