As with any industry, there are plenty of rogue movers operating in Toronto, Montreal and other Canadian cities. In order to avoid scams and protect your moving boxes and other items, you must do a little homework. That way, you won’t be putting your valuables at risk or wasting your time. Continue reading
Let’s face it: There are some common relocation nightmares that everyone who has changed households has faced sometime in his or her life. These problems cause stress and frustration. So wouldn’t it be great if there were a solution? For Montreal families and individuals on the move, there is: renting plastic Blue Bins moving boxes.
How can plastic make so much of a difference for people on the move? Check out these ways:
- Plastic doesn’t get soggy. Have you ever had the experience of trying to move cardboard boxes when it’s raining, sleeting or snowing? Then you know how exasperating it is when they start to fall apart mid-move! A better answer are boxes made from recycled plastic. They can keep getting wet and never be worse for the wear!
- Plastic doesn’t attract bugs. Insects like dust mites, bed bugs and cockroaches just don’t enjoy munching on plastic. However, they find cardboard to be an irresistible treat! Instead of giving them a snack – as well as a place to crash on the way to your new house – stop them in their tracks by choosing plastic moving boxes.
- Blue Bins don’t require tape, staples or other fasteners. Hallelujah! Finally there are moving boxes that don’t require you to wrap them up like Christmas presents just to secure them. Blue Bins are created so they lock at the top. No duct tape is ever needed, which will save you big bucks, not to mention tons of time.
- Blue Bins are uniform. Have you ever had to stack cardboard boxes of varying shapes and sizes? What happens? Inevitably, they tip over, or you have to accept that you can only pile a few on top of each other before they topple. What a mess! Blue Bins have a uniform shape so they stack and store neatly. This also gives you more room in the moving truck, because you can maximize the space available.
The next time you find yourself relocating in Montreal, make the switch to plastic moving boxes and see why so many of your neighbors wouldn’t go back to cardboard if you paid them!
Guess what? Blue Bins are easy to reserve online or over the phone! We make the process as simple for you as we can. That way, you can spend less time moving and more time enjoying your new home!
Are you a first-time mover to Toronto, the gorgeous capital city of Ontario? First, let us say “Congratulations!” We know you’ll love this picturesque area of the country. Next, we definitely have to ask: “Have you figured out what kind of moving box you’ll use?” We know it sounds like a small concern, but believe us – we’ve seen good moves turn ugly when the wrong moving box was used! Continue reading
For all the Toronto area corporations planning a move, as well as busy moving companies helping customers, Blue Bins Unlimited Corp. has just announced a special that will run from September 1 to December 31, 2014. For the four months, the leading company offering boxes, moving supplies and more, will be slashing prices on a most-requested item, to make moving easier for businesses and movers. Continue reading
Parents: Whether your son or daughter is going to the University of Toronto, York University, Ryerson University, Humber College or any of the other institutes of higher learning in the Toronto and Mississauga area, you have been left with a huge opportunity. We’re talking about the possibility of renovating your university student’s bedroom from bland to brilliant! Of course, you’re going to have to do some planning to get the renovation underway, and that starts with picking the best moving box for the job. Continue reading
Whether you moved to Montreal to attend McGill University, the University of Montreal or any of the other world-class universities, or you decided it was a good idea to relocate for another reason, you no doubt have your hands full. After all, you have to unpack your plastic boxes for moving, sort all your items, and tidy up your dorm room, apartment or house. But don’t forget that once you have those tasks out of the way, you deserve to spend a little time exploring this great city! Below are some of the highlights of living in Montreal that you don’t want to miss! Continue reading
Although Canada’s “Moving Day” is traditionally associated with Montreal, it still provides a good opportunity for a reminder that it’s possible to move without all the mess. Unfortunately, Moving Day (which falls on Canada Day) has become a time when people who are moving from apartment to apartment leave their unwanted items on the street, much to the chagrin of those who are eco-conscious. Although some of the unwanted goods are picked up by others, most of the stuff becomes a permanent part of Canada’s growing landfills. Continue reading
The practice of real estate optimization is an important consideration for many Ontario-based companies. From Ottawa to Toronto, corporate leaders are investigating the best methods available to ensure that every square foot of space is wisely used in their workspaces. This has led many of those businesses to either relocate or renovate. In both cases, they can use recycled plastic moving boxes to make their transitions easier. Continue reading
Each year, April 22nd is set aside as Earth Day. For decades, it’s been a time of year when we reflect on the importance of the planet on which we live, and we encourage others to be good stewards of this “big blue marble” in the universe. At Blue Bins, located in Toronto, environmentalism has always been at the forefront of their company mission and vision; it’s the driving force behind their plastic moving boxes. Continue reading
There are so many ways to celebrate your eco-friendly spirit and desires… First, you can evaluate every product that you use, and find out more about its manufacturer. Secondly, you can discover new ways to be a little more environmentally aware. Finally, you can choose to work with companies like Toronto’s Blue Bins. Continue reading