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“Less is More” Staging and Storage Program
In 1947, one of the most influential architects of the 20th century, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, is credited with the famous quote; “Less is more”.
Mies was a proponent of minimalizing visual “clutter” in design. He felt that reducing detail and decoration fostered a more harmonious emotional reaction to the space.
Realtors and stagers concur. Most understand that simplifying the home furnishings allows the buyer to more easily imagine themselves living in the home and the vacated areas foster a sense of greater space and luxury. When it comes to home furnishings and selling a home, less is certainly more.
To assist realtors, stagers, and homeowners, Liberty Moving & Storage has created the “Less is more” Staging and Storage Program. With the Less is More program, Liberty Moving is offering to send a crew to your home and:
Remove and store one thousand pounds of excess furniture and boxes in our storage facility for 3 months (90days) at no cost to you. (1 plywood storage vault)
As an alternative, we offer 2 vaults (2,000 lbs.) for 45 days or 3 vaults (3,000 lbs.) for 30 days.
When the home closes, we will move the remainder of the furnishings and the stored items to your new residence. You just pay the standard moving rates for our crews to pick up and deliver the items.
With the LIM Program, customers will also be also be enrolled in Liberty’s White Glove Service which offers a premium electronic inventory that lists each item along with an image of each item as well. They also get our Easy Access Program which gives you access to your things if you need to find and remove specific items.
With the Less is More Program, you can clear out excess items from your home that you’d need to move anyway, store those items for free, and get more cash for the sale of your home.
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