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There comes a time when homes become cluttered, junk stacks on top of junk and you just want to make room to breathe. It’s times like this when you just need to say, “OK! I’m having a garage sale!” Once you’ve resolved yourself to getting rid of excess belongings, you’re ready to take on the next step in clearing up your home. Our team of Denver Movers and Packers at All My Sons Moving & Storage have compiled a systematic guide to show you how to prepare for a garage Sale.

 

  1. Group Together Items You Wish To Sell

 

The first step to prepare for a garage sale is to determine what items are going to be sold. Gather anything and everything you don’t want and group them into categories. Set your desired price for each item and figure out the minimum amount of money you wish to sell it for in case someone wants to haggle.

 

  1. Get Essential Items For Hosting the Sale

 

In order to prepare for a yard sale, it’s important to make sure that everything is organized and presented well. For this you’ll need tables, clothes hangers, chairs, packaging tape, scissors, plastic bags and signs. It also helps to have a cashbox, paper, and pen handy to track purchases.

 

  1. Prep Items That Are Going To Be Sold

 

To ensure that your items sell for maximum value, take some time to give them a facelift. Polish wooden objects, wipe the dust off any glass and make repairs to any broken items. One fatal flaw that our Denver Movers and Packers see is people inviting potential customers to purchase less than desirable looking products.

 

  1. Spread The Word

 

Make sure that the neighborhood is aware of your yard sale. Put up signs about 2 weeks in advance to attract more people. Posting ads online and on social channels also helps. Give potential customers an adequate amount of time to make themselves available for the yard sale.

 

 


Moving from one place to another is a task that can take its toll on an individual both physically and mentally. The entire process is always long and drawn out, regardless of how many items you’re bringing to the new location. When moving from one city to another, the transition becomes even more of a challenge. There’s a certain adjustment to make when trying to determine the best way to navigate the roads and where to go for food and other essential items. However, after the difficult part is over, everyone wants to enjoy themselves and take advantage of the best the city has to offer. This list provides a sample size of Denver Hot Spots and our Denver Movers strongly urge you to try them all:

 

  1. Ophelia’s Electric Soapbox

This hip hop, jazz, blues and funk club exudes style and character. Formerly a brothel, the venue continues with the them is known as one of the hottest places to party in Denver.

 

  1. Bar Standard

Bar Standard is a house, dance, Latin and electronic club with a great rooftop lounge. This 21 and over club offers a chic, yet hipster vibe with its atmosphere and makes for a great place to go dancing.

 

  1. Herman’s Hideaway

Herman’s is a popular hangout for University of Denver students and is Denver’s longest running live music venue. Since 1962, this venue has hosted more than 25,000 bands in the genres of rock, reggae, heavy metal, hip-hop, blues and funk. This is easily one of the more popular and standout locations out of Denver’s hot spots.

 

  1. Beta

Voted the 2013 best dance club in America by Rolling Stones as well as our Denver Movers, Beta is widely considered one of the best dance clubs in the nation. For the best experience in electronic, house and dubstep, Beta dance club is the place to be.


Sometimes we all need to just pick up and start over. For some people, that means throwing away all of their old possessions and purchasing brand new things. Well, for the person turning over a new leaf or the college student who is just settling in, this list offers everyone options of where to shop online after a move. Here’s what the All My Sons Denver movers suggest trying:

 

  • Craigslist

 

Easily one of the most widely used online domains, Craigslist connects buyers with sellers to acquire/unload items easily. Searching craigslist ads is a great way to buy new or used furniture, accessories or anything else someone needs. There’s even a free section where you can find treasures that owners simply want to get rid of. If you find a great item but don’t have a truck or van, just let your local Denver moving company take care of it.

 

  • Ebay

 

One of the original sources of finding deals on merchandise, Ebay gives customers the opportunity to bid on items that other users want to sell. Unlike craigslist however, Ebay offers certain guarantees and protections against damaged items or issues with receiving payment.

 

  • Amazon

 

Like Ebay, Amazon offers safe guards for customers making purchases and/or selling goods. Amazon differs from Ebay by making users sell goods for a fix price at all times as opposed to auctioning things with a fixed priced being optional. Amazon is one of the most well-known brands in the world and continues to grow due to their Amazon Prime feature which allows for quick delivery and certain other privileges.

 

  • Offerup/Letgo

 

Both Offerup and Letgo are similar apps in the sense that they let buyers and sellers connect with each other locally, while promoting speedy transactions. As direct competitors to Craigslist, both these apps remove the hassle of lengthy email and text conversations that may take days or perhaps weeks. These apps are relatively unknown sources that our Denver movers think are super useful resources!


Every move comes with its own set of items to add to the to do list. Some people have to make arrangements for pets to be transported, while others have to make lodging accommodations while they wait to be able to move into their new home. One problem we see arise with our clients from the Denver Movers at All My Sons Moving & Storage is where to sell their unwanted furniture. Oftentimes, our customers simply want to start their new life in their new home with new things.

When searching for the best places to sell unwanted furniture in Denver, we recommend the following:

 

  • Sell Your Furniture to Family Members

While it may be easier to just give away your furniture, we understand that you want to recoup some of the money you’ve spent during your move and suggest selling to family members. Not only are you potentially helping a loved one out with nicer items, but it’s great to visit family and lounge in your old favorite chair. It also adds a certain value to furniture that’s been passed down from generation to generation.

 

  • List Your Furniture in the Classified Ads

This is a classic, but effective method. Our Denver movers have seen results from customers who purchase an ad in the classified section of the newspaper or a local ad magazine and wait for customers to contact them. People are always checking these listings for good local deals, especially when it comes to antiques.

 

  • Contact Used Furniture Stores

Used furniture stores want to offload inventory more than take more on, however they are privy to purchasing items that they feel will resell at a higher value. For example, if you have authentic hand carved wooden tables that you may have been gifted, then it may be a good idea to see if you can get a good price from a furniture seller. This way you won’t have to wait for someone to come take them off your hands while you’re in the process of moving.


If you have just moved to Aurora and are looking to meet people, make friends, and enjoy the beautiful weather and stunning views, head to your local watering holes. The Aurora movers at All My Sons Moving & Storage know the ins and out of Denver. Here, we have scoped out the best outdoor bars in Denver for you to get acquainted with.

ViewHouse – With one location conveniently located downtown, and the other in the southern Denver suburbs, ViewHouse is one of the best outdoor bars in Denver for what else – the views! The Denver location has a clear view of the Colorado mountains. Aurora movers share that there are front, side, rooftop, and downstairs patios to hang out at.

Linger – Although the view from Linger was better prior to 2015, due to new buildings blocking the scenery, Linger is the second on our list of best outdoor bars in Denver. Cocktails are served from an RV that has been turned into a bar, where you can then go relax on the rooftop of the huge restaurant.

Ratio Beerworks – This beautiful patio-bar has delicious craft beer brews and outdoor yard games for days. The Aurora movers say one of the biggest attractions here is the dog-friendly side patio! There are unshaded and shaded areas for those who like to be in the sun, and those who do not.

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot – The Aurora movers love to watch the game at this rooftop bar near both Coors Field and Sports Authority Field at Mile High. They offer more than 90 different types of whiskey to sample from.


The countdown is on! Just a few days until St. Patrick’s Day, so hopefully your plans are set! However, if they aren’t, no worries! The Aurora movers at All My Sons Moving & Storage know of a few things you can choose from to celebrate the luck of the Irish on St. Patrick’s Day in Denver.

St. Patrick’s Day Hooley begins at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, March 17, at Irish Snug. You can celebrate all things St. Patrick’s Day in Denver here. Aurora movers say there will be the best Irish bands, step dancers, pipe bands, and more!

St. Patrick’s Day Celebration at the Irish Rover – The Aurora movers at All My Sons say that everyone is Irish here on March 17. The bar opens bright and early at 11 a.m., firing off corned beef and cabbage all day long. Enjoy traditional Irish dishes and a live DJ.

Keggs & Eggs 2017 – On March 17, from 6 a.m. until noon, 93.3 FM hosts the annual Keggs & Eggs Bash. American authors Bishop Briggs and Bryce Fox will be there for live entertainment. Come as a leprechaun and enjoy the green beer!

St. Patrick’s Day Hangover Brunch – The day after St. Patrick’s Day in Denver may be the hardest, so if you’d rather not talk about it, head down to Mockery Brewing to nurse your hangover. The Aurora movers encourage you to enjoy some food items like Patches O’Houlihan Huevos and Irish Nachos. If you are feeling up for it, have some beermosas or bloody beers to wash them down.


When moving into a new house, there are plenty of things you need to take care of in order to get settled in and comfortable. You may feel overwhelmed from the feeling of having hundreds of things to do, but don’t worry! All My Sons Moving & Storage, a full-service Aurora moving company, has got you covered. Here are a few things on the new home to-do list that you shouldn’t procrastinate on:

Change the locks. When moving into a new house, the first thing on our new home to-do list is to change the locks. This should be prioritized when you move in, considering the fact that you have no idea who may have a key to your house.

Check the plumbing for leaks. Although the home inspection should have this covered, double-checking can only benefit you. The Aurora moving company says to keep an eye out for drippy faucets and running toilets.

Steam clean the carpets. Before moving everything inside, the Aurora moving company suggests hiring a professional cleaning service to thoroughly clean your carpets. This can help prevent allergy flare ups and/or respiratory issues if the prior residents did not have a carpet cleaning performed.

Wipe down every surface. This includes the countertops and inside of cabinets. Use a non-toxic cleaner, especially when cleaning inside of your kitchen cabinets. You don’t want your glassware and other china to have toxic material remnants on them when you consume food or drinks.

Make sure there are no uninvited house guests. Especially if the house has been unoccupied for a while prior to your arrival, the Aurora moving company says to be proactive about getting rid of pests. Enlist the services of a professional pest removal service to inspect and get rid of any critters your new home may be hosting.


If you are moving to Aurora, Colorado, you probably want to find the perfect neighborhood that will fit your lifestyle. Not all neighborhoods in Aurora are the same; All My Sons, a full-service Aurora moving company, has compiled a list of some of the best neighborhoods in Aurora. This way, you can narrow down your search with a bit of professional insight.

Tallyn’s Reach – The houses in this beautiful community are made from wood and stone to fit the natural Colorado landscape. Being a clean and safe place to list, Tallyn’s Reach makes first on our list of best neighborhoods in Aurora because the neighborhood is safe, welcoming, and maintained.

Shenandoah – Near Cherry Creek State Park, Shenandoah has everything you need within just a few miles. The Aurora moving company shares that it is close to college campuses and the downtown area.

Heritage Eagle Bend – This is one of the neighborhoods in Aurora that has an 18-hole public golf course. The Aurora moving company reports that according to Golf Digest, the Heritage Eagle Bend Golf Club is one of the best places to play in Colorado.

Saddle Rock Golf Club – Another one of the best neighborhoods in Aurora with a beautiful golf course. This neighborhood is clean, family friendly, and safe, and located just west of Tallyn’s Reach, and just north of Heritage Eagle Bend. The Aurora moving company and residents alike encourage taking part in the community events that take place in Saddle Rock.

Enlist the assistance of a full-service Aurora moving company when moving to one of these wonderful neighborhoods. Contact us today!


The James Beard Awards are back! Chefs from all around the United States were honored last week with nominations in several different categories. All My Sons Moving & Storage, the top Aurora moving company, is proud to announce that three of those chefs are from Colorado!

These three Coloradan chefs are being recognized in the Best Chef Southwest category. The Aurora moving company announces Alex Seidel or Mercantile Dining & Provision and Fruition, Steven Redzikowski of Acorn, Oak at Fourteenth, and Brinder, and Boulder’s farmer Erik Skokan of Black Car and Bramble & Hare have made their way to the semi-finals.

The Aurora moving company is also happy to say that Boulder’s 12-year-old restaurant, Frasca Food & Wine, has made the Outstanding Restaurant category two years in a row, along with other wonderfully classic restaurants, such as:

Bluestem, Kansas City, MO

Cafe Juanita, Kirkland, WA

Chase’s Daily, Belfast, ME

Five & Ten, Athens, GA

Fore Street, Portland, ME

Frankies 457 Spuntino, Brooklyn, NY

Frasca Food and Wine, Boulder, CO

Highlands Bar and Grill, Birmingham, AL

Jaleo, Washington, D.C.

La Casita Mexicana, Bell, CA

L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, Las Vegas

L’Etoile, Madison, WI

Momofuku Noodle Bar, NYC

Nopa, San Francisco

Pizzeria Bianco, Phoenix

Quince, San Francisco

Rasika, Washington, D.C.

Sagami, Collingswood, NJ

The Spotted Pig, NYC

Topolobampo, Chicago

The Aurora moving company reports that the James Beard Awards Gala will be held at the Lyric Opera of Chicago on Monday, May 1, 2017. The finalists will be announced on March 15, 2017.


Clearing out your house before you begin packing is one of the best things you can do for yourself, as far as being proactive goes. When it comes to decluttering, there are a few questions you should be asking yourself in regards to the items you feel like you are on the fence for. All My Sons Moving & Storage, the top Aurora moving company, is here to help you declutter your home before you move. Ask yourself these questions in order to assess whether you need to keep the item, donate it, or throw it away.

1.What is it? The first question the Aurora moving company suggests asking yourself is to assess the item. Is it clothing or shoes, books, sentimental items, or toiletries?

2. Do I use this thing regularly? Answer yes, no, or maybe – then move on to the next question.

3. What does this item mean to me, where did I even get it? If you cannot remember where you got the item, or if it has no sentimental value, it is safe to discard it.

4. If I saw this item in a store today, would I buy it?

5. Am I willing to pay to move it?

6. Do I have another one like it, or better than this one? If the answer is no, take the item with you! If the answer is maybe, or yes, the Aurora moving company suggests tossing or donating it to help declutter your home.