In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and being deemed “essential business” by the governor of the state of Florida, we want to assure you, our loyal customers, that Pro Movers Miami has, and always will,put the safety of our team and that of our customers first and foremost. We are committed to following all best practices and guidelines for sanitation and for cleanliness, and are taking all of the necessary precautions as we proceed to service your move. To that end, extensive measures are being taken wherever possible to combat the spread of this virus, while still being safe and efficient as we continue to provide you with the first-class, five star moving experience that you have come to expect of us. Here are some of the proactive measures we’ve implemented and will continue to implement:

  • All estimates are being provided over the phone, virtually, on-line or via email until further notice.
  • Pre-move wellness checks for both our customers and our crew members, where all will be asked to advise us if you feel ill or suspect exposure to the virus. For our movers it would be mandatory that they stay home, and for our customers, moving services can be rescheduled, postponed or cancelled to mitigate risk, should that be necessary.
  • Our crews are equipped with gloves, disinfectant sprays/wipes and hand sanitizer for your protection and theirs.
  • We have put into effect social distancing measures, and although we have always valued the professionalism and respect that comes along with a good introductory handshake and a departing thank you, we ask for your understanding that for the safety and well-being of everyone, there’ll be no handshake or touching of any kind.
  • Upon arrival, our crew will still introduce themselves, walk through the home with appropriate social distance, begin to protect the home with all safeguards like floor runners, and door jams (as they always do), but in addition we ask you now (with all due respect), to please give them the appropriate space they need to safely and efficiently service your move and allow them space to do their job.
  • When available and appropriate, open doorways and windows to increase air circulation and ventilation.
  • We are also taking measures to sanitize the cabs and boxes of our trucks, as well as all blankets, pads, tools and equipment after each and every move to reduce any risk of cross-contamination.
  • It is our hope and our expectation that you will take the same precautionary measures that we are taking, and that will also sanitize and wipe down any and all exposed surfaces and furniture prior to our arrival. Anything that you can do to help keep our working conditions safe and sanitary for our men, is equally appreciated.
  • Owners / office staff will be working around the clock from home with complete access for our team and our customers via phone, email and text.

Again, thank you for choosing Pro Movers Miami, it is our sincere pleasure to serve you. Our Promise to you, and no matter what circumstances, is to continue to deliver the 5 stars moving service that our customers depend on. Should you need to reach us directly, please feel free, Text is always the quickest, and we are literally her for you 24/7.

Thank you, be well and stay healthy!

Tips to remodel your child’s room

Children love to have fun colorful rooms that reflect their interests. Parents, on the other hand, love having a practical room for their child, preferably one that is easy to keep safe, clean and neat. So how do you remodel your child’s room in a way that meets everyone’s needs? Is there an easy way to renovate the kids’ room and keep the whole family happy? Let’s look at some advice from expert movers and packers Miami who’ve seen plenty of children’s rooms in their line of business and maybe even used an idea or two for their own family home!

The three things to keep in mind while you remodel your child’s room

So the time has come to remodel your child’s room. Maybe the wallpaper is looking worse for wear or maybe movers Hollywood FL have just helped you into a new home or maybe your kid has decided they’re not into the ducklings painted on the walls. Either way, you now have a chance to create a space that is going to stimulate your child while also being useful and practical. In order to achieve that, you should always keep three important things in mind:

  • how the room is going to be used
  • where the things in the room are going to be stored
  • how you want the room to look

So when picking a design, make sure that suits your vision for the use, storage and aesthetics of the room.

Remodel your child's room into something they like.
Remodel your child’s room in terms of both practicality and aesthetics.

The practical use

The most important thing you need to ask yourself is: how will my child use this room? The answer will inform your choice of furniture, decoration and maybe even the wall color. It will also depend on a variety of factors, including your child’s age, gender, education, and hobbies. For example, if your child is going to be studying in their room, you may want to create a studying nook in one corner with a desk, shelves and lots of light. Or, if you expect them to have friends over a lot, you may want to buy a pull-out armchair or sofa, or even some kind of an extra bed.

The storage space

It’s no secret that children quickly accumulate a lot of stuff. Figuring out where to keep that stuff is going to be important when deciding on how to remodel your child’s bedroom. Sure, you can look into storage options in Miami for some of the old things your child no longer needs. But you’re still going to need plenty of storage space in the room itself too. The obvious solutions are closets for clothes, shelves for books or crates for toys. But if you want to get creative, furniture can become storage too. Desks and tables, ottomans and even beds are sometimes made so they can open and double as storage space.

The aesthetic

Finally, you must consider the appearance of the room overall. While that may not be the highest on your list of priorities, it certainly will be the top one for your child. Which means, it should be important to you too. Sticking with the classics of color-coordination in your child’s favorite (complimentary) shades is a tested and true method. But if you’re feeling ambitious, going with decorations that tie into your child’s interests (like painting in their football team’s colors or decorating the ceiling with glow-in-the-dark constellations true to science) is sure to impress them.

How to remodel your child’s room

Renovation is not the time for improvisation. Long before packing up your child’s furniture and stuff to clear the room for remodeling, you should have a solid picture of what you want the space to look like when you’re done. So how should you remodel your child’s room? Follow these simple steps to success!

Pick a theme

Simultaneously the easiest and the hardest part of remodeling your child’s room is picking the theme. Sticking to a color palette is the simple solution. But if your child has any special interests, you should try including them in the design for the room. Paint cobwebs on the walls for your son who’s really into comics or add some sparkly crown posters to the walls for your daughter who wants to be a princess or set up a shelf with dinosaur figurines for your child who thinks prehistoric animals are just awesome. Little details like that can really make your child’s day!

Nautical themed boy's room.
Stick to a theme when designing your child’s room.

Use bright colors when you remodel your child’s room

There’s a long-running theory that colors affect our mood, so picking the right ones for your child’s bedroom walls is important. Solid color walls tend to appeal to adults. Children, however, find them boring even when they are in a color they like. Instead, consider lighter walls with bright details or an accent wall. The most important thing is sticking to the shades your child likes.

Add easy but interesting details your child will like

Believe it or not, most children are relatively easy to please when it comes to interior design. They’ll go gaga over Bob the Builder sheets or Disney princesses curtain or even just a place for all their stuffed toys. You just need to know what your child likes. Adding little details the tie into their interests will then be an easy, yet incredibly effective way to please them with their new room.

Lamp with elephants.
Think about the little things that will make your child happy.

Most importantly, remodel your child’s room with their needs and wants in mind

You may need to draw the line somewhere (“no, we can’t get a bed covered in glitter” and “no, a basketball hoop on the wall is a terrible idea” are both perfectly valid without further explanation, to be honest), but it’s important to remember that this is still very much your child’s room. They’re the ones spending most of their time there. The room should appeal to them. It should suit their needs. And ultimately, it should be as close to what they want as reasonably possible. So when you remodel your child’s room try to let go of what you want (as well-intentioned as your thinking may be). Give your child a space that’s their own – they’ll appreciate it!