One of the trickier sets of items to move are electronics. If you follow our directions, your electronics will work great in your new home. If not, then no guarantees! Just listen to us – we have moved a lot of electronics over the years.
Boxes? Check. Packing paper? Check. Well, that’s all you need, right? Wrong! There are a few other key items that will make your move a success.
This genius invention serves two purposes: it helps with aggravation and it secures your items more effectively. Here’s how: imagine you have a roll of packing tape. You keep getting pieces off, you put the tape on the box, and then…the tape twists and tangles. Now you have to cut it to free the tape roll from your package, and you just kind of shove the twisted tape end onto the box. Does that seem like a good seal to you? With the tape gun, you simply put the tape roll in the gun, slide the tape end through the opening and voila! You have a sophisticated piece of machinery in your hands. Now you can tape and cut, tape and cut, with the greatest of ease. Your packages will be securely sealed and your sanity will be firmly in place.
Since our company headquarters is located in Tempe, just minutes from Arizona State University, and I personally have a long history with ASU since my dad was a professor there, it is only natural that we would forge a new partnership with ASU.
You may have noticed a new friendly voice on the other end of the phone when you call in to Get Your Move On. That friendly, capable voice is Zengy Urquides. Zengy comes to us from Yuma, Arizona, so she is plenty used to the hot weather. She has been up in Phoenix for two years, which is plenty of time to learn our grid street system and how to drive with all of our crazy drivers. Don’t worry Phoenix – Zengy has NO plans to move back to Yuma!
Check out our team in action! Every year, we at GYMO do a lot with the autism community. The annual Walk for Autism in Tempe put on by the national organization Autism Speaks, is a great way to fundraise and get support and awareness for Autism Spectrum disorders.